Hello, Gaylynn here. For Technique Time, I am sharing watermark and repeat stamping. Also, there is no coloring needed, for this card.
This is a simple way to add stamping to a card. Using watermark and repeat stamping looks great together with no coloring needed.
You matter, you are enough, you are loved.
Here are tips for creating this card, incorporating watermark and repeat stamping. First, trim or die-cut cardstock panels to fit your card base layers. Next, stamp the flowers onto colored cardstock with watermark ink, all over the panel. Then, stamp the sentiment and more flowers onto the ivory top panel. Next, add an accent layer on the top and the bottom of the card. As an option, I decided to add a gold trim and an ivory trim. Finally, layer all of the panels and cording onto the card base, to finish.
Here is my video tutorial for this project. It will detail the full process.
Supplies include Unity Stamp Co. Sending Hugs.
Also, Ranger archival cobalt ink, original Misti, cardstock in white, ivory and blue; gold cording, flat and foam double-sided clear tape, My Creative Time Rectangle Frame Die Layers and More Stitched Edges; Fiskars paper trimmer, Silhouette printable gold foil paper.
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Please, tune in next Wednesday with a new project for Technique Time.
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