It’s colour challenge Monday…. This one had me thinking!
I decided to use the Waterfront stamp set. This set is one of my older sets, and it’s a real possibility that this will retire when the new annual catalogue launches in May! Watch this space for more info!
This layout uses first, second and third generation stamping to create depth with a single colour ink pad.
See how I made my card in my video tutorial…
I hope you liked my tip on using the ink pad to make the edge of the panel more defined.
I hope you enjoyed this project.
The supplies used are listed and linked to the online store below.
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The last few weeks have been a bit full on meaning I have had less time to craft. I’ve also been having some crafters block. So I have taken inspiration from one of my friends!
The original design was created by my friend Helzie. You can read her blog post here.
I was lucky enough to receive one of these lovely cards when I spent a crafty afternoon with her and other members of the team.
My spin on this card was to use the new metallic pigment inks from the Autumn Winter catalogue. These were applied with sponge daubers on to some Very Vanilla card stock which was then adhered behind the laser cut panel.
My sentiment was from the Waterfront stamp set and cut twice with the Tailored Tag Punch.
To embellish, I opted for Polka Dot Tulle ribbon and some butterflies from the Butterfly Gala stamp set.
I hope you enjoyed this project. The supplies used are listed and linked to the online store below.