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Archives for June 2013
Hello crafters, hope you are doing fine!
My post today is dedicated to a tiny stamp called Love Script that offers so many possibilities, especially with the CAS design.
My first card shows the entire image stamped twice – with red ink on white paper and white embossed on green paper. Then I cut the stripe of the green paper and covered the `love` part of the image on white paper.
On the second card I only used the lovely scrolls to frame the die cut opening. I used Stamp-a-ma-jig to stamp and emboss the scrolls right where I wanted them to be.
Thanks for stopping by!
Suppllies used to make the first card:
Suppllies used to make the second card:
It’s Christine and I’d like to show you some ideas on random stamping. The new HA catalogue has lots of stamps that are perfect for random stamping, but in fact you can use every type of stamp.
Here’s what I’ve got for you:
1) Cut it out!
I never tried this before, but I love it: Stamp some different images and cut the whole stamped area out. Adhere it with dimensional adhesive and fall in love 😉
Don’t forget there is still a week left in our current challenge. With your submission you will be entered to win this from the FABULOUS Simon Says Stamp:
Hi everyone! It’s Michelle here today and I wanted to share a new technique I figured out the other day while playing with my stamps. I call it “Mirror Stamping” and it’s really very simple.
Here is the card I created using this technique (note: I incorporated a tag into my card for the current challenge by making the card in the shape of a tag) 😉 :
The anchor is a Hero Arts Silhouette Shape in the Silhouette store. (linked below). I cut it about 12 times out of kraft cardstock and then glued them altogether to give the look of chipboard.
That’s all for me today but don’t forget there is still a week left in our current challenge. With your submission you will be entered to win this from the FABULOUS Simon Says Stamp:
Have a wonderful day!