Two Step Stamping on Coloured Cardstock

In a recent class, I showed participants how to get more from their stamp sets by stamping on coloured cardstock instead of a neutral colour. For the class we used the Inspiring Iris stamp set which has a great set of flowers. These cards are clean and simple as well as quick and easy to create.

Card 1:

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Tips:

  • The irises were stamped with Gorgeous Grape and Call Me Clover inks on Seaside Spray cardstock.
  • Some texture was added with an image from Artisan Textures stamp set.
  • The sentiment is from Love What You Do stamp set.

Card 2:

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Tips:

  • The roses were stamped with Purple Posy, Highland Heather, Pineapple Punch and Pretty Peacock inks on Purple Posy cardstock.
  • The sentiment is from Rooted in Nature stamp set.

Card 3:

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Tips:

  • The carnations were stamped with Gorgeous Grape and Granny Apple Green inks on Soft Sea Foam cardstock.
  • Some texture was added with an image from Artisan Textures stamp set.

Card 4:

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Tips:

  • This card includes all three of the flowers stamped on Sahara Sand cardstock. Irises stamped with Pineapple Punch, Carnations with Rococo Rose and Rose with Mango Melody, Terracotta Tile and Pineapple Punch. All the leaves were stamped with Shaded Spruce ink.
  • Some texture was added with an image from Artisan Textures stamp set.


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