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Amazing Otters & Diorama Dies

Monochromatic? Yes, Please!

Good morning!  As promised, here is another card (actually two!) for the Monochromatic Challenge at Try Stampin' on Tuesday!  I didn't use the sketch for these!

For this first one, I stamped the tree from the Amazing Silhouettes Set three times, then cut them out using the skinny rectangle from the Ornate Layers Dies.  Funny--this set of dies has so many pretty frames, and I tend to use the plain one most often!   I popped these up using Stampin' Dimensionals.  I used the Timeworn Type embossing folder to add a little texture behind the trees.  I really love the way this card came out! oh--and this is Misty Moonlight!


This one is all about the Garden Green!  Very simple to make--just stamped the image several times, sometimes without reinking in between.  The "Thanks" was cut from the Amazing Thanks Dies -- love the layered words, don't you?!!  The ribbon is the Frayed Ribbon, and I did just that--frayed it!!

Hope you like the cards!  


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Donna Scholz

Tammy, even more of your lovely cards for our Try Stampin' on Tuesday challenge! Love how you used the blues and greens in your cards! The blue one especially has so much texture and layering going on that it's hard to resist loving it!!! Thank you so much for sharing your creativity with us at TSOT!!! -Donna

Heather Heroldt

Oo, I like these, too, Tammy! I especially love your triptych layout, what a brilliant use of the stamp! These are gorgeous monochromes! Thanks so much for playing at Try Stampin' on Tuesday!

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