Stamp Review Crew – Summer Silhouettes

Stamp Review Crew - Summer Silhouettes
Welcome to the first Monday in July and another edition of the Stamp Review Crew. This month we’re featuring Summer Silhouettes. I love this stamp set – it reminds me of the summers I spent as a child, chasing butterflies during the day and fireflies at night. I don’t know what kind of flower the main image is, but I know we had them where I was growing up.


You can use so many color combinations with this set. Today I’m using Crisp Cantaloupe, Calypso Coral and Wild Wasabi. I’m afraid I lost the light when photographing my card, so I will try getting a better picture in the morning.
Stamp Review Crew - Summer Silhouettes

On this next card, I made my own version of Flower Soft by grating up Pink Pirouette paper – cheaper than the real thing and it matches the ink colors!

Stamp Review Crew - Summer Silhouettes


Now on to Jill’s blog to see what she has in store for you.


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5 Responses to Stamp Review Crew – Summer Silhouettes

  1. Dawn Tidd says:

    Very pretty, soft and sweet! Makes a beautiful butterfly garden!

  2. Very pretty I love the butterflies added on looks like there just floating around.

  3. Lisa Young says:

    Fabulous cards! I love the DIY Flower Soft. That is brilliant and I love the look!

  4. Heidi Baks says:

    Fun cards and pretty color combinations. I love the flower soft option.

  5. Jill Coleman says:

    Two beautiful cards Nancy. Wow, grating cardstock – who knew?! I love the effect!

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