Donut Worry, but hurry! The Donut Worry stamp set is retiring from the FSJ collection. And right now it is on sale! So, this is a great time to add it to your collection. Let me show you one more project with this cute stamp and die set.
I've created a recipe page with my favorite baked donut recipe! I found this recipe on line and need a good place to store it, as it has become a recipe I have made several times. So why not make it cute, right!
For the background of my page I stamped the donut image in Oatmeal Cookie ink on to the 6" x 8" piece of Bubble Gum card stock. Then I splattered the page with Bubble Gum silk. Silk is like bottled shimmer and it feels like you are adding magic to your project when you splatter it on your projects! Adding the splatter on this page reminds me of the mess made in the kitchen when I bake something. That little bit of flour dust that gives away the fact that there will soon be something sweet to eat.
To accent the page I stamped the same donut in Oatmeal Cookie ink on Oatmeal Cookie card stock and die cut it. For the chocolate glaze I stamped the same donut with Dark Roast ink onto Hazelnut Blend card stock (dark brown ink on a medium brown card stock). I fussy cut the glaze out and glue it on top of my donut, voilà, good enough to eat!
The strawberry milk might be my fave. I stamped the glass image onto Whip Cream card stock with Dark Roast ink and die cut it with its matching die. Then I colored in the milk with Bubble Gum PanPastel (from the Confectionary Days collection).
The sentiment was die cut from Sweet Berry card stock using the Sweet Text Bubbles die set.
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