Feathers of Gold — Monday Montage #28

Monday Montage Banner -- OctoberI hope you’ve had a good weekend, and that you’ve been able to spend some time stamping.  We have another Monday Montage blog hop ready for you, so we’d love to share with you what we have been working on lately.  Just click on the links at the end of each post to navigate your way through all ten blogs involved in the hop.

neutral feathersI recently attended a Unite & Excite event, which is a get together for Stampin’ Up! demonstrators to network and share ideas.  And as with any Stampin’ Up! event, there was lots of swapping going on.

This is the swap I created for the event.  It isn’t my normal style in that there isn’t much color.  I decided to let all of the gold accents shine against a base of neutral colors.  It’s nice to mix it up every once in a while.

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I embossed the feathers from Four Feathers with Gold Stampin’ Emboss Powder and then cut them out with the coordinating framelits.  I added a little touch of Gold Glimmer Paper, Gold Metallic Baker’s Twine, and Gold Basic Metal Buttons as well.

The background was stamped with Whisper White Craft ink using a stamp from the Dotty Angles stamp set.  The dsp is from the Typeset dsp package (I seriously love this paper). The sentiment is from the set And Many More.

You are ready to venture on to Breelin Renwick’s blog to be amazed by her creative talent.  If you prefer to work your way backwards, you can click on the “back” button to visit the inspiring Wendy Weixler.  Either way, be sure to work your way through all ten blogs.

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Enjoy your Monday!  Thanks for stopping by!


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