Outline stamps have to be colored in, right? Not so! Watch to learn how to make my simply pretty clean and simple Sweetbriar Rose card!
Watch my clean and simple Sweetbriar Rose card tutorial here if the video is not displaying properly on your device.
The beauty of a detailed outline stamp like Sweetbriar Rose is it looks pretty on your handstamped cards colored in or stamped in one solid color. Look how pretty it is stamped in Mint Macaron.
Sweetbriar Rose is retiring at the end of the month. So, too, is the Trust God Stamp Set. The “Each one of us is God’s special work of art” is one of the stamps in the set. Retiring stamp sets are guaranteed available to order only through May 22. After that they will be available to order only while supplies last!
The 1″ Dotted Lace Trim in all five of the 2015-2017 In Colors is one of the prettiest ribbons Stampin’ Up! has ever carried. The 15-17 In Colors will be with us one more year, but sadly the gorgeous 1″ Dotted Lace Trim is retiring and now available only while supplies last. The good news is as of recording my card tutorial video and this post, the 1″ Dotted Lace Trim is still available in ALL five colors! Two are even on sale for 30% off!
Let’s look at my clean and simple Sweetbriar Rose card in the other four 15-17 In Colors.
Tip Top Taupe
Want to add Sweetbriar Rose and Trust God to your stamp collection? Order them before it’s too late in my online store www.shopwithshelly.com!
All the supplies to make my simply pretty Sweetbriar Rose card are pictured below. All the retiring products are noted so you don’t miss out!
Clean and Simple Sweetbriar Rose Card Supplies
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Stamp with one of the 2015-2017 In Colors to make a clean and simple Sweetbriar Rose card!