Good morning everyone,
it's time again for our monthly «Same but different» challenge. Do you want to know more about this challenge? Please click HERE.
And here is the card I created with this versatile floral set:
For a really long time I wanted to try out the technique inspired by Jennifer McGuire which is called «Ghost Stamping». This means you stamp with white pigment ink first (I used Hero Arts Unicorn White pigment ink) and then you stamp another layer with pigment or dye ink on top, just slightly offset. Both types of inks (Avery Elle pigment inks and Memento dye inks) worked really well for the colored stamping. I love how the white and the colors pop against the Kraft cardstock.
Another fun technique is «Camouflaging Die Cuts» which I first discovered on one of the gorgeous cards from another talented lady: Laura Bassen. Therefore I used the «hello» word die from the Paper Smooches' «Quote Tag» set which I cut directly from my stamped panel. To achieve this great dimensional look I die-cut the hello three more times from the Kraft cardstock and stacked all pieces together with the stamped one on top.
If you have the same stamp set and get inspired by our challenge, feel free to play it with us! Leave a
direct link to your project in the comment field below (No back links, please! It will be funnier to see new creations!). You can also upload your cards to our Same but different challenge Flickr gallery!
Now hop over to Francine to see her awesome creation.
Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful Sunday!