Stamp Review Crew - Work of Art Edition

Welcome to another edition of The Stamp Review Crew! This week we are reviewing:




The Work of Art stamp set is a fun combination of images containing 11 sentiments and images best described as 'elements'; not only images in themselves, but things you put together to create other images. If you have just arrived from Betty's site, isn't it awesome how she used that one image to create a camo background? So creative!!  Not sure I can wow you like that but maybe you'll see something you like  :)

If you are starting here and would rather start at the top of the hop, click the banner above and it will take you to the Stamp Review Crew website. All of our creations will also be posted later this week on the group's Pinterest page.

First, I have a little framed object to share with you that is based on a card scene from Suzanne Johnson. Get the sunscreen ready...


Colors: Pool Party, Wild Wasabi, Chocolate Chip, Island Indigo, Daffodil Delight on Whisper White
Tools: Big Shot, Framelits - Chalk Talk
Embellishment: Linen Thread, Vintage Faceted Button

Makes me wanna go on a cruise :)

Now here are two card ideas for you. The first is a really quick one and the second one is almost as quick (and a good one for using up scraps!)


Colors: Smoky Slate, Calypso Coral, Whisper White
Tools: Big Shot, Framelits - Word Bubbles, Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack
Embellishments: Candy Dots - Subtles, Rhinestone Basic Jewels



Colors: Chocolate Chip, Calypso Coral, Wild Wasabi, Whisper White
Tools: Big Shot, Framelits - Circles and Window Frames, Chevron embossing folder, Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack, Banner punch
Embellishments: Candy Dots - Neutrals, Linen Thread

Well, thanks for skimming through my projects today! I hope you like what you saw and were inspired to play with Work of Art.  Next up on the hop, we have the colorful and wonderful styles of Cindy Beach. Lets go see what she has in store for us today...

Next stop: Cindy Beach


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