Hi friends! Svitlana is here. Today I want to share a simple card made using Floral Shadow Stamp Set. I’ll be showing you how you can change the look of this set by modifying stamped images using markers.

To start off I stamped a floral design onto a Solar White Cardstock panel using Ocean Waves Dye Ink. All stamps in this set are solid, which make them perfect to stamp shadows. But first I wanted to create flowers, that would make these shadows.

Altenew Floral Shadow Stamp Set. Stamped solid images are colored with markers. Card by @craftwalks

So I added some layers to stamped flowers and leaves using blue markers from Artist Markers Set A. I did very simple coloring. Just was adding flicks from the center of the flowers towards the petal tips. For leaves I was flicking from the bottom or base part of a leaf towards its tip. And I was going from darkest to lightest, to blend flicks together. And then added some darker flicks on top, to intensify them a bit.

Altenew Floral Shadow Stamp Set. Stamped solid images are colored with markers. Card by @craftwalks

I applied masking liquid onto all stamped elements and after it dried stamped shadows using Limestone and Silver Stone Die Inks. After that I stamped a sentiment using Pure Graphite Dye Ink.

Altenew Floral Shadow Stamp Set. Stamped solid images are colored with markers. Card by @craftwalks

I cut and scored a side folding A2 card base out of Navy Cardstock and adhered the panel onto it. To add so more interest to blue flowers I covered them with glitter brush pen.

Altenew Floral Shadow Stamp Set. Stamped solid images are colored with markers. Card by @craftwalks

Several clear droplets finished off the card.

I hope you like the idea of how you can stretch your stamps by modifying stamped images using markers. You can completely change the look of stamped images by coloring them.

Have a wonderful week!