Welcome to day three of the May Release. Today the design team is using our newest cling background stamp – Botanical Postcard Background Stamp.
Eva Dobilas created a striking card by stamping on a Creative Imaginations canvas sheet and coloring the stamped image from Botanical Postcard Background Stamp with Faber Castell Gelatos. To create a larger card Eva used the Chevron Stripe from Samantha Walker's Pattern Basics we will be showcasing this set on Thursday. For all the details visit Eva's blog post.
Heidi Blankenship has two stunning cards using CL-04535 Botanical Postcards Background Stamp, Faber-Castell Gelatos (Snow Cone, Cotton Candy, Metallic Blueberry, Aqua Dolce, Metallic Melon, Watermelon, Mango, Tangerine, Blood Orange, Green Tea, Pistachio, Squid Ink, Black, White, Silver, Gold). Heidi used Spellbinders S5-131 A2 matting Basics A to layer her card.
You will want to click through to Heidi Blankenship blog post to see a full tutorail how she created both of her cards using gelatos. I love the effects she got on both cards.
Michele Kovack used the direct to rubber technique with Tim Holtz Distress Markers to color our Botanical Postcard Background Stamp to create her gorgeous card. Michele used Spellbinders A2 Bracket Borders to create the base for her card. For more details visit Michele's blog.
Marisa Job designed a beautiful card using Botanical Postcard Background Stamp, with an Elegance M-Bossabilities mat layer. To adorn her card with flowers Marisa used the following Spellbinders Dies –Rose Creations, Carnation Creations and Foliage Two.
Angela Barkhouse created this wonderful card by stamping multiply images of Botanical Postcard Background Stamp and layering them. Angela used a sentiment from Vintage Banners, die cut with JustRite Vintage Label & Banners. She created her flowers using Spellbinders Bitty Blossoms.
Thanks for stopping by today! Join us tomorrow to see what the design team creates with Amy's newest vintage masuline sets.