What do you do with a huge pineapple stamp? Well, just about anything you want I guess. I loved it, but probably had more questions than answers. This is definitely one of those answers. I asked my daughter to pick out a stamp from my stash of new product and give me a color. She chose light green and this stamp. Sometimes you just need a nudge in the right direction to get moving.
Yesterday, and well into the evening, I spent my time helping a good friend with a wedding photo shoot. You never know how much you are needed, but judging how tired I am today, it would have been so hard for her without me. And of course we had an absolute blast. We work nearly seamlessly together, another plus. I thought this would suit us nicely.
I went with light water color washing using only two colors. I wasn’t sure how they would blend in the middle, hoping it wouldn’t make some kind of brown. It turned out great. I opted for minimal distressing and one single stamping. The leaves needed a bit, so I used my aqua painter to blend them a bit, but left the pineapple pattern alone. I stamped it again on the inside, but more in the corner for more interest. Good stuff there!
The tags & labels framelit set fit perfectly around the sentiment and provided the perfect place for my favorite ribbon. A few of the new enamel dots found there way as well. The card front and inside panels were both layered with an additional piece of pear pizzazz card stock and the front was popped up with dimensionals. There you go!
Have a creative day!