Thursday, May 15, 2014

Fill'er Up-Thanks

is the first of the Fill'er Up series of stamps from Quietfire Design.
If you love finely crafted hand lettering, doodling, coloring and addictive crafting, read on!
New stamps now have the option of cling mounting!
Suzanne, Queen of Quietfire challenged us to create a Fill R up for todays blogpost
 at Quietfire Creations, and no one could stop at one!
I plan to use these as gift tags.

The tag is the Elegant Flourish Frame a digital file.
Thanks is stamped in VersaFine Crimson and thermal embossed.
Stamp on mirrored paper and cut out to make your fill and adhere with a glue marker.

This background is made by coating an acrylic block with VersaMark and adding watercolor around the edges and pressing into good quality watercolor paper.
Stamp in Versafine Blue Lagoon and thermal emboss.
The little hearts are stamped and doodled in VersaFine Crimson and Stardust pens.
A bit of  blush was added with ink from a blending foam sitting on my desk!
The next two need a mask.
I cut masks out of heavy paper, stencil plastic and post-it's and liked the post-it's best.

The tag is Spellbinders Decorative Labels 28.

Thanks is stamped in VersaFine Onyx and thermal embossed.
Put the mask inplace and stamp a dotted design in VersaMark and thermal emboss.
Color with Watercolors and splatter if you wish with some gold paint.

 Last(for now) and not least

This is dedicated all all of my friends who Have showered me with Love these past few weeks and all of my life.
I love you all!

Comments and Questions always welcomed.


  1. Yep...these all rock. I keep scrolling up to comment on which I like best but I can't decide! They are all great!

    Have a good one! Hugs

  2. Great techniques with beautiful results Robyn!

  3. Love the whole lot of them! Thanks for all the great techniques!

  4. those all look wonderful Robyn. Great take on our challenge. Have a great day

  5. Gorgeous calligraphy stamp. I love the different techniques you used to highlight it~


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