Timeless Tropical Aloha

For my final Timeless Tropical card this week I’ve got a cute aloha or Hello card to share.  I also have some fun tips on how to use the dies included in the suite.  Let’s get started.


I wanted to try out the pineapple dies and cut them first out of Pineapple Punch (of course)  and Garden Green cardstock.  I realized there were some embossed areas with the die and that gave me an idea.


I pressed the die into a Soft Suede ink pad and then used it to cut out another piece of pineapple punch cardstock.  Look how great it turned out.

I did the same thing with the top of the pineapple, except I pressed the die into Garden Green and used Old Olive cardstock.  I didn’t discard those first pieces,  I used them behind the inked ones to add depth.

I stamped the flower on So Saffron cardstock with Calypso Coral ink then used a Blender Pen to pull the ink out over the petals.

Thank you for visiting today.  I always appreciate your comments and answer all questions as soon as possible.  Until then…

Happy Stamping

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Mark Your Calendar for Feb 8 and 11 if you are interested in attending my Feb Technique Class.  Both classes are the same so choose one or the other.  The cost is $15 for three projects and lots of fun.

Feb 9 is my stamp club meeting.  Seating is limited so drop me a comment or email (Lynn@averysowlery.com) if you are interested in joining.

February 25 is Kit Together, a new type of offering using the Painted Poppies stamp set.   This is a pre-pay event that gives you stamp sets and designer series paper plus more to take home and all the supplies to make 4 projects, precut and ready to go.

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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.

One Comment

  1. Such beautiful result from pressing the dies in the ink. LOVE it!

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