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Winnie & Walter STAMPtemeber Exclusive and Copic Coloring

 Hey folks!

I just love a stamp that has lots of white space to color in. I could just stamp a whole bunch, kick back, put my feet up and color them all in. That would be my little piece of heaven right there. However, I'm a busy girl and kicking back and putting my feet up is as about as likely as my family rinsing their dinner dishes without being reminded. Yeah....not gonna happen.

If you're interested in any of the products I've used, I have links (some affiliate links) throughout and at the end of the post. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.

So the Big Bloom Stamp Set, I'm sharing today, is a STAMPtember Exclusive for Simon Says Stamp by Winnie & Walter. It's great. Not only does it have lots of different options in terms of coloring (or not, if that floats your boat), but it's big enough that it makes an outstanding focal point.

Since I was going to use Copic's (see links below for my color choices), using my MISTI Stamping Tool, I stamped the images on Neenah White Cardstock with Momento Tuxedo Black Ink. I also made a mask using Inkadinkado Stamp Masking Paper, because I planned on heat embossing the images with Simon Says Stamp Clear Embossing Powder after I colored them in.


For my first card, I really wanted to show some of my yellow Copic's some love. Sometimes, you just have to take a chance and use the things you don't normally use. I added a little bit of Clear Wink of Stella to the highlighted areas on the Flower and used the Simon Says Stamp Stiched Rectangle Die to die cut the Panel. 

My Sentiments on both cards are from The Big, The Bold and The Happy Stamp Set also by Winnie & Walter. I tell ya Peeps, this is hands down one of the BEST stamps sets EVER and should be a staple in everyones arsenal o' fun. I stamped that in Versamark Onyx Black Ink and heat embossed those in Simon Says Stamp Clear embossing Powder.

Fo the Green Panel, I used a G05 Copic Marker and colored around the edges of a piece of Neenah White Cardstock. Then I used some Ranger Perfect Pear in Perfect Pearl and added a light layer to give the green a lil bit of pearly sheen. 


Everything on this one is the same as above, but I wanted a lighter feminine pink. Both cards have Pretty Pink Posh Marshmallow Sequins. The Solid Pink Panel is a Copic R20


That's it Peeps! Up next will either be a card using the new Simon Says Stamp October Card Kit or a card using Booyah by Lawn Fawn. I'm a maniac. I almost always have more than one card in the works and it's always soo hard for me to decide what to post next. Oh and also, this week, I will be starting on Boo Boxes! I'm so stoked! My kids and I did this last year and it was a blast! You can read about that here or the click link below. In the meantime, I hope you've enjoyed my cards today!

Until next time!


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  1. I love your cards. They are both really beautiful. Great job!

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  2. Gorgeous blooms and cards! Love them and thank you so much for sharing them with us on Facebook. :-)

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