The saying and hat lady stamps are inked in 2 different colors, although it looks like the same color... hmmmm.... The front/back are glued together with Stamin' Up's 2-way glue pen, it works really well for this step. I rounded the corners to discourage them from peeling apart, distressed the edges and inked them with Rangers Spiced Marmalade. To add the ribbon at the bottom, I used the Xyron mini sticker machine. I have not yet found a glue that does not show through on ribbons.
This is a close up of the back where I used VersaMark ink to stamp my hat wearing lady in an all-over pattern. The ink shows up just slightlty darker than the paper, if you look closely, you can see her. I then ran the paper through an embossing folder, and applied ink directly from the stamp to the raised areas before adhering it to the front. Lastly, blinging it up a bit with Stickles glitter glue. I just had to add some sparkle to this spunky gal!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Isn't she cute and sassy?
Front cardstock: Berry Sorbet, Papertrey Inc.
Saying inked with Momento: Desert Sand
Hat Lady and raised embossing inked with Fresh Ink: Fig
Back cardstock: Scarlet Jewel, Papertrey Inc.
Stamp Saying: River City Rubber Works
Hat Lady Stamp: Etsy.com; TerBearCo
Embossing folder: Cuttlebug's Victorian pattern
Stickles Glitter Glue: Yellow
Ribbon: Random selection from Michael's Crafts
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