A dual mash up, FMS141 and FM165

I purchased the What’s Your Type Photopolymer stamp set on my first order in the new catalog. You can see it on page 160.  The set is designed to be an alphabet set in a cool funky kind of way. The Freshly Made sketch this week provided the perfect opportunity to use it.  I also applied the challenge from The Friday Mashup and made a card in Black/White+one color with a word bubble. Here’s my card


Here are the challenge banners:

I love Black with a single other color.  The stamp set made it so easy for me to use Black and Crisp Cantaloupe together.  The patterned paper comes from Back to Black Designer Series paper.

The card measures 6×6,  I started with the letters in the corners first and added layers from there to get to the final size.  Had I started with a size first I likely wouldn’t have gone that big and it would not have looked balanced.

I hope you like my mash up today. Thanks for stopping by.


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Thanks for visiting my Site. My name is Lynn Kolcun and I'm a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I love being creative with paper and ink, learning new techniques and sharing my craft with you.


  1. I love this, Lynn! What a great combination of both challenges (or, really all three, since FM is two challenges). What a great way to showcase this stamp set!

  2. Wow Lynn! This is so creative! I love it.

  3. I love how you combined the two challenges! This is such a fantastic card and a very clever design. The cantaloupe and black/white look awesome together. Wonderfully fresh and contemporary. Thanks for sharing with us at Freshly Made Sketches!

  4. GORGEOUS!!!

  5. What a beautiful card! I’m not a big fan of Crisp Cantaloupe but this card is certainly swaying me in the other direction! Lovely job combining the challenges!

    Thanks for playing along with us at The Friday Mashup!

  6. Really cool card, Lynn!

  7. Perfect card!! Awesome colors and i love the alpha!!
    Thank you for joining us at FMS!!

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