Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Triangle Medallion

It's my day on the PRS Blog & we're showcasing the newly released stamp set called Little Things.  It has fun images & wonderful sentiments.  I thought it'd be fun to make a medallion using one of the little images with 3 triangles. 
Using a stamp positioner made it really easy.  I left the stamp in place & simply turned my cardstock.  The stamp was repositioned for each color change.  Speaking of colors, I used some of my favorite inks--pearlescent Brilliance in Lavender, Sky Blue & Jade.  The circle sentiment from School Days was stamped in Brilliance Starlite Black, clear embossed & punched out.  I matted it with 2 more circles to give a little dimension & then glued it over a nest of silver thread. 
Decided not to add any embellishments, so it's pretty flat for mailing.  Lots of variations are possible by simply changing the position of the stamp, the colors & the sentiment.  
Can't believe it's almost June, although it has been feeling a lot like summer around here.  Actually, we need some of the rain Oregon is famous for.  Thanks so much for taking time to stop by.
I'm entering SSS Wednesday.  

16 comments:

  1. so pretty in all those blues and just the little silver sentiment in the middle - you are so good at doing that circle/wreath stuff!!

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  2. Thanks for leaving a comment.

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  3. This is brilliant inking (pun intended) and hooray for creating your own turnabout stamp! Great colors too.

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  4. Wow - fabulous medallion, Greta! Just love the color combo and the circle sentiment at center!

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  5. This is so creative and absolutely beautiful x

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  6. Pretty design, Greta, and I love your colors! Thanks for playing with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

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  7. Pretty design Greta, that wreath looks fabulous.

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  8. Lovely!!! You are inspiring me ..😊

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  9. Oh, how pretty, Greta! Very creative with the design! And, the colors are so beautiful!

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  10. Simply beautiful and so perfect for a grad card!

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  11. Very pretty Greta. Love the soft look you achieved.

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  12. Lovely card and great idea!!!!!!!!!!

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  13. You have such a way with PRS stamps, Greta! I always love how you use them and the inventive designs you create! This card is sooo lovely and the colors are just beautiful!

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  14. What a creative way to use those little triangles and the result looks fabulous!

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