Sending You Good Vibes with Dare 2B Artzy!

Happy Friday!
I’m sending you all a hello and a wish for a great weekend ahead with the newly released Good Vibes Stamp Set from Dare 2B Artzy!

This stamp set reminds me a little of my high school and college days, but we won’t go there!!! 😉
You will have to check out the sentiments on this Good Vibes Set as it covers a large variety of encouraging messages from “Perfect is Boring” to “You can change the world!”
I began by stamping the images with Dare 2B Artzy’s Totally Black Ink. The images were colored with the following Copic Marker combinations: (Y11, Y17, YR16), (YG11, G14, G17), (B02, B04, B06), (E30, YR01, BV00), (E43, E44, E47), (RV11, R83), (E35, E37), V12, and R08. Accents were added with the following Sakura Glaze Pens: 824, 800, 836, 819, and 805.

The images were die cut with the Good Vibes Die. The hello sentiment was stamped from the A Single Greeting Stamp Set after die cutting the shape with the A Single Greeting Die Set. The background was die cut from A Rockin’ Christmas Paper using a die from the Rectangle Framelits. I love that the other side of the paper features a Christmas theme so this paper is extremely versatile and can be used all year long!
Other dies used to create the card include Circle Framelits and Rectangle Slimline Framelit Dies. Although my card is not a slimline size, there is a fun die in the Rectangle Slimline Framelit Die Set that can be used to cut a straight edge with a dotted accent! Who knew I would be reaching for that little extra die from that slimline set so frequently? I used it to create the straight line on my blue circle as well as the straight edges on my accent strips!

Thanks for stopping by today, and I hope you have a great weekend! Don’t forget to enter this month’s challenge on the Dare 2B Artzy Blog for a chance to win a $15 gift card to the D2BA Store!
Happy stamping!

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