Hello! Have you seen this gorgeous new stamp from Craftangles?
I had so much fun creating these 3 quick cards using one new stamp, in three different ways.
This months challenge over on the HNDMD blog is “Feminine” and these floral cards are very feminine!!!
For my first card, I had some Craftangles black glitter card stock, left over from another project. This cardstock is so beautiful…its really hard to capture in a photo.I felt it needed no other embellishment. I simply stamped the Craftangles new stamp ‘You’re in my thoughts’ in black on Craftangles dual textured white cardstock and heat embossed it with clear embossing powder. I did the same with the sentiment from the same stamp set.
You can see how it shines, here.
For the second card, I stamped the image on Craftangles cold pressed watercolour paper and watercoloured the image using Craftangles liquid watercolour lemon tart. I then fussy cut the image and adhered it to the white card base with 3D foam tape.
For the border, I used another scrap of black glitter cardstock. I used the Craftangles stitched scallops edge die to die cut the edge and create some interest.
I placed this along the base of the flowers and stamped a sentiment from the the new stamp set from Craftangles “You’re in my thoughts” to finish the card.
For the third card, I used a left over balck glitter card frame to start with. Once I placed the frame on a white card base, I splattered some balck paint on the background to create some interest.
I stamped the floral image from ‘You’re in my thoughts’ stamp set by Craftangles on Craftangles cold pressed watercolour paper. I coloured it with Craftangles ‘soulmate’ liquid watercolour and then fussy cut the image. I then adhered the image using 3D foam tape to the black splattered background.
I stamped a sentiment from the same set on piece of smooth white cardstock and punched it out. I adhered this with some double sided tape and added some jute string for interest.
I love how these three cards came together nicely with just one image.
I hope you enjoyed them as much as I enjoyed making them.
Thanks so much for stopping by..
Have a nice day!