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Hi there,

Hope you are all well & if you are in the U.K. Enjoying this glorious weather we are having. 
I'm taking part in the International blog hop ran by Kylie Bertucci. Head on over there once you finish taking a look at my project & if you like it vote & I could take part in another hop
With the top ten from this hop. 


So the theme this month is masculine & what with Father's Day just around the corner I thought I would ink the Nailed It stamp set. Do you ever get a stamp set & take forever to ink it? Well this was the case for me & I can't believer why I left it so long!!! I love it & so this is what I created:


I love how the set has co-ordinating dies & so had to use them!! I clustered the nails, screws & bolts onto a block & then inked in basic grey. I used the paper from playful palette & chopped it! #loveitchopit then just inked the sentiment & with a sponge inked the square with the sentiment on in delightful Dijon using circluar motions from the outside in. The ruler is an amazing die that makes the dents/marks of the ruler & then used that as a layer behind the sentiment. Here is a close up, hopefully you can see the indents in the ruler:


Thanks for stopping by & happy stamping,

Don't forget to head over to Kylie's blog to vote,

X Jessie B X

Supplies used:
Stamps: Nailed It
Inks: Basic Grey
Paper: Basic Black cardstock, Delightful Dijon cardstock, Playful Palette dap, Very Vanilla cardstock
Accessories: Build It Franelits, Watercolour Pencils, Blender Pen

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