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Jessica Lynn Original-Jasmine Becket-Griffith Copic Coloring

Hey there!

I'm super duper excited about the cards I'm sharing with you today! I'm all over cute, funny, pretty stamp sets like a crafter and a flash sale, but this stamp makes me beyond happy. I have three cards to share, but they were a easy peasy to make!

The JessicaLynnOriginal Halloween Twilight Clear Rubber Stamp Featuring the art of Jasmine Becket-Griffith has everything it needs to speak loud and clear to my inner 80's rocker. It's beautiful, but edgy and it has just enough of a Gothic feel to it. Love. It. Plus, I love Halloween so that's a bonus.

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

For each card I used a background stamp that was given to me by a fellow blogger. Her name is Ruby and her blog is A Rare Ruby Crafts (Go check her out, she's a rockstar!). Neither one of use know who the background stamp was made by, but I dig it, I thought it was perfect for these and I wanted Ruby to see it. 


All three of my cards were stamped on Neenah White Cardstock with Momento Tuxedo Black Ink and I mounted all 3 three Card Panels on Simon Says Stamp Black Cardstock.

I wanted to concentrate on more traditional Halloween colors for my first card, so I went with Purple and Orange Copic's. I stamped the background stamp on a piece of Simon Says Stamp Smoke Cardstock with Versafine Black Onyx Ink and added a thin strip of DCWV Orange Foiled Cardstock. I kept the embellishment simple. I add Clear Wink of Stella to areas of the Fairy and Pumpkin and a few Hero Arts Gemstones


I have to thank my friend Megan for giving me the idea to do this image in Greyscale. I really wish I had a more broad selection of grey Copic's, but this was a blast and worked out well nonetheless.

For this one I stamped the background stamp on Neenah White Cardstock with Versafine Black Onyx Ink. I also added a few strings of DMC Silver Embroidery Floss. Clear Wink of Stella and Hero Arts Black Gemstones, finished it off. 


The jury is still out for me on this one, but I wanted to share it anyway. 

Again, I used Versafine Black Onyx Ink with the background stamp, but this time I chose Simon Says Stamp Orange Peel Cardstock. Clear Wink of Stella, Hero Arts Black Gemstones and a strip of DCWC Red Foiled Cardstock and I called it a day.

That's it peeps! What a great stamp. I cannot wait to get my hands on more! Next up will be another card featuring Newton's Nook Newton's Perfect Pumpkin. So cute. In the meantime, I hope you've enjoyed my cards today!

Until next time!


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