Hi, it’s Therese here and it’s time for another Stamp Focus! I have the most beautiful new floral layering stamp set from Altenew called Extra Special Stamp Set with three projects to share. So lets get straight to it.
My first project started with an Ink Spray background, then I was able to repeatedly stamp the flower sprig over the whole panel. I used the Bold Alphabet Die to die cut the word ‘hugs’ from Deep Iris Cardstock and popped this up. I added some gold foil details and embossed the remainder of the sentiment.
For the background on my second card I used the Halftone Stencil with both Limestone and Silver Stone ink blending. I stamped the flower sprig on top of the background and again on a piece of white cardstock. I coloured the leaves and flowers with the Artist Markers, then fussy cut them out and popped them up on the flower sprig.
For the sentiment I silver heat embossed this and added a strip of pewter foil along the bottom.
For my final card I stamped the flower layers with Silver Stone and Limestone ink, then I added splatters using the Jet Black and Parrot inks. I die cut the Thank You die from Jet Black Cardstock and popped this up.
To add some sparkle I used an Onyx Black glitter pen on the die cut word.
I have linked a video below. So you can watch the process to see how it all came together.
You can see my video here or Watch it in HD at Youtube.
Isn’t the Extra Special stamp set gorgeous! I hope you have enjoyed seeing my projects today and were inspired.
Thanks so much for your visit!
Hello and welcome back to another blog post filled with inspiration. Today I’ll be sharing a layout which is once again really simple to create but at the same time has lots of lovely little details. What I really love about the Altenew scrapbook collection is that it is so versatile but there is also a travel theme to it. This means it is a great collection to use for documenting trips and journeys.
How to create the layout:
- Cut out a world map using a die cut machine but you could use any shape and make it on a smaller scale.
- Place a patterned paper of your choice beneath the die cut.
- Add some splatters with our Ink Sprays.
- Create a diagonal design by placing your photo in one corner and working your way up to the title.
- Use embellishments to create a “path” or “flow” from the photo to the title.
To create the title I cut out words using the following set:
For detail and contrast I colored the world die cut with some spray ink just using a paint brush. I tried to create a watercolor effect.
You can watch the process video below or on in HD on YouTube.
Thank you so much for stopping by and happy scrapping.