How to Use the Same Rubber Stamps Two Ways on One Card!

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This is such a gorgeous way to use the same rubber stamps two ways on one card!

There certainly are lots of ways to use the same rubber stamps two ways on one card but today’s Stamp Along With Rubbernecker video shares one way that we think takes the cake!

Preeti has created two cards for us today where she uses the floral stamped images to create two different but equally stunning backgrounds and then uses those same stamps again to create her main focal images for these cards.

First is the lighter card – just look at how those stamped images on the background seem to float! And when you watch the video below you will see the magical extra effect that they have that aren’t visible in the photo. Let’s just say stunning doesn’t begin to describe it! Then Preeti used those same images and some soft, vintage-y colors to add those gorgeous peonies to the card.

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Next up, Preeti used a rich dark background using the same basic idea to add that same sense of depth and texture. She used slightly bolder, brighter colors on her flowers to compensate for the contrast of the background.

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We know, you can’t wait! OK – here it is – today’s Stamp Along With Rubbernecker installment!

Are those not SUCH exquisite cards? Are you not ITCHING to stamp now? Here’s what you will want to have in your stash to make these stunning cards:
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We love this way to use the same rubber stamps two ways on one card and hope you’ve been inspired to try out this spectacular technique! Please do let us know how your stamping session goes and if you love these Stamp Along With Rubbernecker videos, please share with your crafty friends so they can get the inside scoop, too!

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