Farewell Dahlia — Monday Montage #42

Monday Montage Banner -- OctoberHere we are with another Monday Montage Blog Hop for you.  There are ten of us who participate, and all you have to do to see all of the crafty creations is to click on the links at the bottom of each post.

I am still going through the mourning process with my retiring stamp sets.  Don’t worry — it won’t be a long mourning period because as soon as I get some of the new ones that will be released next month, I will be a happy stamper again.  One of those I will miss most is Regarding Dahlias.  I love this set!

Vellum Dahlia

I started by stamping the dahlia with Versamark ink on vellum card stock and then embossing it with Crushed Curry embossing powder.  I added some washi tape along the side of the card base, and added some Black Baker’s Twine.

The sentiment comes from a Paper Pumpkin stamp set.  I love the font on the sentiments in this set.  I added a little piece of a doily behind it.

Vellum Dahlia Close Up

You’re ready to move on over to Breelin Renwick’s blog.  She is such a creative and talented stamper, and I’m always inspired by what she makes.  If you prefer to work your way backwards, you can hop on over to Wendy Weixler’s blog to check out her beautiful creations.  Either way, be sure to work your way through all nine of the other blogs.

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Enjoy your Monday!  Thanks for stopping by!


4 thoughts on “Farewell Dahlia — Monday Montage #42

  1. this is gorge Amy! I am so sad too about some of the things that are going away, of course, in a few weeks we will be so busy with our new goodies we won’t miss the old so much! the crushed curry on the vellum is luscious! I am definitely trying this 🙂

  2. I am so sad to see this set go…I love that dahlia and I love this card!! Yellow and black together is my favorite combo!

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