Saturday, October 15, 2011

More Card Class Examples

Good Morning. 
While I'm away having a fun weekend with my daughter, I thought I'd share a few more examples from the card classes I took from the owner/designer of Savvy Stamps. 
Here's a new idea I learned.  Instead of adhering the stamped frame, we punched the frame and the card base and then tied it on with Baker's Twine.  I think this is a fun, interesting twist.

Both cards are stamped with a striped background stamp.  As you can see, I haven't masters the inking or the positioning of this large stamp.  Hmmmmm, must be why I love patterned paper so much!  I learned another technique with the banner on this second card.  It's called "kissing."  We inked up the banner stamp (yes, it is a stamp, not just cut paper) and then pressed the tree stamp onto the inked banner stamp thus removing some of the ink and leaving the tree image.  Then the banner stamp, with the kissed image, was stamped on the cardstock.  I love the way this looks.

I hope you're having a wonderful weekend.  You can bet I'm enjoying my time with my daughter.
Hugs and Happy Crafting,


Tanya said...

Beautiful cards! I also have trouble with the larger stamps and getting them lined up just right. I guess it's just a matter of practice, but I'm thinking I'll keep buying my patterned! I do love the stripes on your stamp!

Anonymous said...

Yes I agree the value of Banner printing. Nice to ready the posting keep it up. I share to this website to my friend Regards Banner Printing

NanaConnie said...

That's not a lack of mastering of the large stamp -- that's a happy accident! :-D Honestly, I didn't notice until you mentioned it. The slanted stripes look great, I think. I love the simplicity of these cards, and the punched shape and twine are wonderful! Must try some of these since I have so many dies that would work for a sentiment.

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