I love background stamps. I have used them as a background, stamped them with one ink, have even embossed them with embossing powder and even spot light an image on it. Any way you use them they are easy to make a background. The card today was stamped and the images was bleached. Another fun technique
- Stamp Sets: Daisy Garden
- Card Stock: Basic Black #121045, Basic White #159276, Old Olive #100702
- Stamp Pad(s) and Ink(s): Memento Black #132708
- Embellishments: White Bakers Twine #155475
- Tools: empty blender pen #102845 or water painter #151298, bleach, glass dish for bleach, papertowel
- Adhesives: Tombow #110755, dimensionals #104430, mini glue dots #103683
- Basic Black: 8 ½ x 5 ½ score @ 4 ¼ (card base)
- Basic White: 4 x 5 ¼ (card liner) 4 x 5 ¼ (mat layer) scrap for greeting
- Old Olive 3 ¾ x 5 (art panel)
- Fold card base on score line and burnish flat with bone folder
- Add white card liner to inside with Tombow
- Add white mat layer to outside with Tombow
- Stamp image with Memento Black ink on Old Olive art panel – Use Stamparatus so you can get a good image.
- Now here is where you need to be careful. Pour a little bit of household bleach in a small container. Pick up the bleach with the blender pen (I have one that is dedicated specifically for bleach only) Be careful not to drip on your work. Now color the flower petals with the bleach. You will see the color begin to change immediately.
- Tie bakers twine and bow to card front.
- Stamp greeting with Memento Black ink on Basic White and trim to size
- Add dimensional to the back of the art panel as well as the back of the greeting and complete your card.
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