Stencils are great — they cover an entire background and it’s so easy. The best thing about them is that they are versatile and you don’t have to use them as intended. For this card, I decided to do partial blending to really let you focus on my image in the middle.
Hi crafty friends! Today, I’m sharing a card featuring Waffle Flower’s stamp set named, Tumble On. I created this card for their Facebook group’s monthly challenge featuring rainbows!
All my supplies for creating this card will be listed down below (with multiple sources when available) for your curiosity and convenience. Affiliate links used when possible.
I stamped images from the Tumble On stamp set using Gina K Obsidian Amalgam ink. Then I colored them up using Copic markers (colors listed below). For the background, I used a rainbow array of Ink on 3’s Atelier Inks (Marilyn Red, Marigold Orange, Bee Sting Yellow, Goddess Green, and Peacock Blue). I added the sentiment by stamping on one line using masking.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you got some inspiration to create! Happy Crafting!
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Hi everyone! This year I’ve been trying to do a few more card challenges to pull my ideas outside the box or out of my comfort zone. I entered a couple cards into Simon Says Stamp IG Challenge and while I had some die cuts out, I pulled out Simon Says Stamp’s Stacked Hearts along with Hey Love.
These die cuts were enough to be the focal point of a card so I just needed a fun background to pair with it.
I did add in some of the hearts from the Stacked Heart die cuts which really made it really pretty and didn’t look so empty.
I hope you get inspired to create! Thanks for stopping by! Come back soon!
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Hi everyone! Today is one of the two days of LDRS Creative features over on the LDRS Blog. We’re doing something new and showcasing a ton of projects featuring the new release by the design team compressed into two blog posts each month!
I wanted to share this blog post of this fun card surrounding the new die, Sentiment Stack. I tend to love sentiment sets such as the Anytime Stack or the Love Stack but I forget about them because they don’t have images.
For today’s card, I wanted to use as many of the sentiments as I could. I stamped them out using Raven hybrid ink and die cut them. It works so well since the stamp is just one large stamp and the Sentiment Stack die lines up perfectly!