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Baby cards by Neha Bhatt [Guest Post]

This is a guest blog post by Neha Bhatt from Periwinkle Creations who was kind enough to review our range of photopolymer stamps. Over to you Neha…

Hello Friends,
I feel excited to be on the CraftAdda blog reviewing their
new line of clear stamps.  They are
clear, photopolymer stamps. They are deeply etched designs giving best stamped
Today, I am showcasing few examples using their Little
stamp set. It has fun images which are suitable for creating new born
invites, greeting cards and baby albums.
For the first card, I have used clothesline stamp from the
set. I like the size of it. It is big enough for fussy cutting. I stamped
different pattern paper and fussy cut them.
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I diecut edges of two white cardstock with stitched cloud
die. I inked the edges of smaller front panel and sprinkled it with water to
create some interest. I stamped clothes line with black archival ink and drew
poles with black marker. Fussy cut elements were glued  on top of stamped ones. Simple, isn’t it?
Second one is even simpler…:)

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Here , I embossed all the images in white  on a white panel and gave a water color wash
using different colors. The stamp out lines are sharp and clean so perfect for
heat embossing too. I have used baby ones ie from
clothesline stamp to create an embellishment which is added on a tag along with
the sentiment.
For the next one, I did something
different. I created a gift bag with a matching card. Took some a4 size paper
and stamped with all the images with black ink and partially colour them to
create pattern paper., made a gift bag out of it.

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For the card, I stamp, colour and fussy cut bear and balloons on
some diecut star background. Sentiment is from my stash.
I Hope you enjoyed all the cards. I am sure you will love the
stamps, so give it a try and share what you create with them. We would love to
hear your feedback.

Thanks and love.
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Gaurav Singh

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