Hello Lovelies! I don't remember trying a set like this before from Simon Says Stamp, but I someone who is not always excited about coloring my stamped images, I was pretty excited about the Printmaking Plant Stamp Set!
After stamping the potted plant image outlines, you can bring the image to life by stamping blocks of color that fill the outlines. I am pretty terrible at lining things up, so I feel like if I can get perfect lines here then so can you.
I made this weeks ago and was for some reason inclined to use CZ Design's Here For You diecut with a coordinating supportive sentiment from the stamp set. I went with my gut and I'm glad that I did; with everything going on in the world right now, a little encouragement can never go to waste.
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Let's go block in some color for this card
HERE FOR YOU CARD - Coloring with a Stamp
Card Base: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"
Chevron Layer: 3 1/4" x 4 1/2"
Simon Says Stamp Printmaking Plants Stamp Set
Simon Says Stamp Pawsitively Saturated Ink Pads Trio 1 and Trio 2 OR individually - Celery, Perfection, Surf
Simon Says Stamp Intense Black Ink Pad
Simon Says Stamp Premium Dye Ink Pad - Smoke
Simon Says Stamp Here for You Die
Simon Says Stamp Chevron Pattern Background Stamp
Simon Says Stamp Cardstock - Black Glossy
PREPARE THE BACKGROUND
Stamp outline in Intense Black.
Align the "grouped" stamp on the bottom left of the set over the outline image, ink with Surf and stamp.
Align the "grouped" stamp on the top right of the set over the outline image, ink with Smoke and stamp.
Align the "grouped" stamp on the top left of the set over the outline image, ink with Celery and stamp.
Align the "grouped" stamp on the top "middle" of the set over the outline image, ink with Pearfection and stamp.
Diecut Here for You out of Black Glossy Cardstock, adding 2 additional layers of the "for you" section out of regular black cardstock to build it up to the same level as the stamp panel which will be popped up with foam tape. Use Bearly Craft Glue to adhere.
Stamp kraft cardstock with the Chevron Pattern in Intense Black ink.
Ink blend Celery onto a strip of white cardstock and stamp the "Out of difficulties in Intense Black ink.
EMBELLISH & LAYER
The stamped image is popped up on foam tape before the stack diecut is added.
Had to get uber close so you can get the full effect of that black glossy cardstock!
Lovelies, this is a pretty versatile set that you can use to express a number of different sentiments in a color palette of your own. I hope this gave you some ideas and you liked this somewhat contemporary card.
See you soon!
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