Happy Friday, everyone! It’s Judy here with my first post using the newest release, Happy Art. If you haven’t ordered your set yet, be sure to stop by the Precious Remembrance Shop store and get your hands on one today!
I decided to use the splatters and scribbles to make a colorful background for a white, dry-embossed die cut butterfly. I first stamped the solid circle in Soft Vanilla shadow ink, then I layered the scribble image on top using Wet Cement dye ink. The splatters were then stamped in various distress inks to add pops of color.
The “hello” sentiment from the Positive Thoughts stamp set was also stamped in Wet Cement ink in the top corner.
This would be an easy card to mass produce using a variety of colors and sentiments.
I hope you enjoyed my card…have a great day!
My blog: Judy’s Card Corner
Get ready to get totally inky! I’m back for my second post as Guest Designer for Precious Remembrance Shop’s new release of the Happy Art Stamp Set…and the gift tag I made using these super artsy stamps…WOWSERS!!
The stamp set, in case you’ve missed it:
My gift tag!
What a way to give a gift! And it really was easy to make… thanks to that magical technique called “resist” 🙂 To make this tag:
- Pick several colors of inks/stains/sprays and cover a tag with them. I used Distress Stains in Mustard Seed, Picked Raspberry, Peacock Feathers, Festive Berries, Peeled Paint, and Ripe Persimmon.
- Make sure your tag is totally dry…no really, TOTALLY dry for this next step.
- Stamp your design using clear Versamark ink and heat emboss with detail/superfine clear embossing powder. You’ll have to tilt the tag in the light to see the shiny areas so you know you like the design.
- Next comes the magic…take an ink blending tool or sponge dauber and cover the entire tag with black ink…seriously lol 🙂 I used Black Soot Distress Ink. The embossed areas will resist the ink leaving these super amazing stamped images!
- Carefully clean off the embossed areas with a baby wipe for super bright colors.
- Stamp and heat emboss “yay!” on vellum with gold embossing powder and fussy cut. Adhere to tag.
Amazeballs right?! Totally worth getting my hands covered in ink!
Hi friends! We hope you’re enjoying all of the inspiration using the new Happy Art Stamp Set. I have a fun idea to share today using the scribbles from the set to mimic gold metallic threads.I began with a white panel, Versa Mark ink, the scribbles stamp and gold embossing powder. Next came the stamped arrows. My sentiment was added to a patterned paper that had been stamped with the dashed rectangle from the Love Coupon Stamp Set. I trimmed it as close as possible! This was popped up with foam tape over the scribbles.
Don’t they look like the loops of gold metallic threads that so many card makers are adding to their cards! This is a quick and easy way to achieve that same look. Some coordinating patterned paper with a bit of bling and you’re good to go!
I had so much FUN creating my card for you today! This PR Happy Arts Stamp set just puts me in the best mood!
I started by stamping one large image in each of the colors down the middle of the card front. Then I stamped the small splats in yellow, pink and orange randomly on the card front. If you look closely, you will also see the scribble stamped in white on the large images.
To finish my card I stamped the yay! in pink and clear embossed it to make it POP!
Tip: Start out with three of the biggest images first and then stamp the small images to fill in the as needed:
I hope you like my card ~ I’m thinking birthday maybe?!!!
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