See how simple layered stamping can create gorgeous images!
Today Jamie is showing off a perfect example of how simple layered stamping with different shades of our Color Fuse ink can create absolutely glorious images so beautiful they can stand on their own. You can swap out the sentiment and use this card for so many other occasions and even change up the Color Fuse color set for endless variations. Don’t you just love a card that lets you change things up for fresh looks?
Let’s get the details of the making so we can add this to our project list!
Jamie started by stamping the flower from our Happy Mother’s Day set using shades from Color Fuse Set #6 for the petals and Color Fuse Set #10 for the stem and leaves. When she was done, she used a die from our Nested Oval Stitch Die set to cut out her image. She went up one size of die and cut some green card stock and then adhered the two ovals together for her focal element.
Using a small brush, Jamie added some blue chalk around the flower to give it some grounding and add a sense of depth.
Using our Lattice Cover Die, Jamie cut a piece of white card stock and adhered it with liquid glue to a purple card base. She added her floral element with some dimensional adhesive to the center.
For her sentiment, Jamie stamped it onto a scrap of white card stock and then cut it out with a die from our Nested Square Stitch die set to add continuity to her design. She layered this over a scrap square of the same green she used on her oval and then added it to her card.
She cut a scrap of decorative paper with our Small Butterflies die and added one tiny creature to her blossom and then added little gems and a silver bow to complete this delightful project.
Here’s what Jamie used today:
This card is proof that using simple layered stamping on a card does NOT mean the card will turn out simple at all! Adding just a few tiny, easy details lets the impact of the layering shine and really impress the person lucky enough to receive this card from you!