Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Duplicate background stamping



For this project I used Gina K inks in Red Hot, Turquoise Sea and Moonlit Fog to repeatedly stamp a square spellbinders stamp in alternate colours.

I used a diagonal strip MFT rubber background stamp to stamp one way in Turquoise Sea ink and then I turned the cardstock 90 degrees and stamped again in Ocean Mist ink.  This created a diagonal gingham pattern.

I die cut the word Celebrate from part of the gingham pattern and also cut it again three times from black cardstock.  These were layered together and adhered to a strip of some of the same gingham pattern.   

Underneath is stamped Happy Christmas white heat embossed and foam mounted.

Some silver drops have been added to the centre of the grey stamped images.

I will be entering this into the typography card challenge at Cards in Envy  http://cardsinenvy.blogspot.com/

5 comments:

  1. I love how you layered that sentiment like that. I need to try it! Thanks for joining us at Cards in Envy. That's a great card!

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  2. Love this technique of popping up the letters and making words the star of your card. I really like your color combo and stamping too, really nice card. Thanks for your entry over at the Cards in Envy for our "Typography" challenge. Appreciate your entry. Take care.

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  3. Perfectly stamped and such a great combinations of colours, I love it!

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  4. Fabulous! Love how the "celebrate" is layered! Thanks for sharing with us at Cards in Envy.

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  5. super cute and love how the celebrate pops!!! thanks for playing with Cards In Envy!!!

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