I love working with these little stamps, there are so many things you can do with them and they are very forgiving it’s usually quite easy to cover up small mistakes 🙂 Once you have
I love working with these little stamps, there are so many things you can do with them and they are very forgiving it’s usually quite easy to cover up small mistakes 🙂 Once you have the right mix of colors you can just stamp away and create whatever shape you want.
I cut and scored white linen card to make the base, I like the way the linen finish makes the stamping look slightly distressed.
The Dragonfly Garden stamp set contains two hydrangea flowers, one daisy flower, two leaf stamps and a dragonfly. I used a dark orange and a yellow for the hydrangea flowers a dark red for the daisies and a light green for the leaves, and clustered these in a band around the top two thirds of the card.
The happy birthday greeting is stamped with a watermark ink pad and heat embossed with gold onto a vellum strip. I stamped some of the flowers and foliage onto the ends of the vellum strip to give them a stronger color. I used adhesive foam pads to adhere the vellum strip across the stamped area as shown to lift it slightly from the stamping underneath.
The finishing touch is a dragonfly stamped in gold in the bottom right corner of the card.
I really like this card and it would be easy to change it up with different ink colors. Hope you like it too, I’m looking forward to your comments.