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Friday, 2 February 2018
Pattern Stamping | ft. Lawn Fawn "Blissful Botanicals"
Hi everyone, thank you for stopping by. I hope you are have a great day.
Ever wish you had more than one of the same stamp set so you can use them at the same time? It was never really a problem for me until I got the MISTI (or any other stamping tool you may be using) it opened up a whole new world of stamping multiple images at the same time.
I wanted to create a pattern that radiated out from a central point, but I wanted it to be exactly the same all the way around. Sadly, I don't have more than one set of stamps (or the money to buy multiple sets); so what to do?
To create this card, I started by cutting down a piece of heavyweight cardstock to 6x6 and drew very light lines from corner to corner, creating an X. I placed the paper in my MISTI and prepped it with my powder tool.
I then arranged my stamps from Lawn Fawn's "Blissful Botanicals" in an array along one of those lines, filling a corner or 90 degrees of the paper.
I then used VersaMark Ink to stamp the images, turned the paper 90 degrees and stamped again, until the whole sheet was covered. I heat embossed with silver detail embossing powder. I coloured all the images with Copic markers, making sure that each image was coloured the same for each section of the paper.
Once that was completed, I trimmed the panel down and adhered it to the front of a black standard A2 sized card base. I used the scripty "Thanks" die from Lawn Fawn to cut a piece from white paper and another from black cardstock and adhered them, offset, to the front of the panel.
I hope you like today's card and are inspired to create something of your own. If you haven't already, please follow me on the right side bar or over on Facebook, so you don't miss any future posts. Drop me a line in the comments section below and let me know what you think.
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Very nice! Unique and colourful.ReplyDelete
Great idea...wish you took pictures of the stamps on your misti...I'm a visual person...lol. Going to have to try this!ReplyDelete
Hi Cassie! I have very recently started adding videos, so I will create a video for a card similar to this one in the future. Keep an eye out, and thank you for stopping by!Delete
This is really pretty! Great way to use this stamp set too!ReplyDelete