Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Touches of Texture and Designer Tin of Cards Stamp Set - a GREAT pair!

I've been having lots of fun playing with the Serene Scenery paper stack. The patterns and texture in this paper pack is awesome. In addition to the ones I shared here the other day, I have a few more to share with you today.

This first one combines the pattern that has kind of a linen look to it with the flower from the Touches of Texture stamp set and a greeting from the Designer Tin of Cards stamp set. I added a flagged piece of the cucumber crush mini striped ribbon and stapled on a bow tied from linen thread. I don't stamp on patterned paper very often but this paper pack is perfect for it.

This woodgrain paper is one of my favorites from the paper stack. I love it! I would love to see this sheet available in a 12x12 sheet. This card also uses the same two stamp sets.

Here's a little tip when using markers with your photopolymer stamp sets, as I did for the greeting on this card.
  • Ink the entire greeting with the lightest color - in this case pool party.
  • Use a clean blender pen to remove the ink wherever you'd like a different color.
  • Use a marker to reink that word - here I used the delightful dijon marker to ink the word fantastic.
  • Give the stamp a huff and stamp it onto your paper.
I find that markers don't seem to adhere to the photopolymer stamps like they do the rubber stamps so this tip helps.

I will leave you with one last card created using this same grouping of products.

Such a simple card but I love the combination of the realistic and spotted patterns!

Have a creative day!


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Supply List for Celebrate Your Day Card:
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Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

Supply List for the Happy Birthday Card
In addition to many of the supplies above, you will also need the following to create this card.

Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

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