Thanks from the bottom of my heart for all the wonderful comments about my stamps. I am totally thrilled with how they turned out.
Special THANKS to Ted & Michelle for this wonderful opportunity~!
Ok...let's finish yesterday first... I forgot to say that the base of the project is a 8 x 8 canvas....so larger than a card.
the 5 studio 490 stamps I used are...
The ticket... a dusty flea market find...
The leaves...a favorite of mine too...it's a great size for cards, but stamp 2 and make it larger for layouts like I did in yesterdays canvas. Here's what the stamp looks like.
The screen...can be used as a background...it's huge...or stamped over something that's been cut out.
The fly speck dots in the background...this too can be stamped over anything. I've been using the background stamps with Ranger's Jet Black Archival ink, then using Coffee Archival ink for the dots. The change in color adds another layer and more interest to the background. And...the best part...quick & easy.
Now...on to Christmas... studio 490 style...
There are 8 stamps total on this card...
The tree is designed the same way as the leaves...It's used 3 times on the card, twice on cardstock and once on grungeboard. After cutting them out, each was stamped with a different background stamp. Once again...easy to cut, as are the other designs. Another option is to stamp it over patterned paper.
It's easy to make the tree the focal point, by curling the edges of the grungeboard and layering it.
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Did you find the 8 studio 490 stamps??
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