Well Hello There,
I'm back today with more fun playing with the turnabout stamps. These seem daunting at first, but trust me now we have the jig its a doddle.
I fell in love with the Positive print that concord and 9th brought out. I had to have a go at some awesome backgrounds. But I have struggled in the past. Using the jig, made it so much easier. No mistakes!!!!
I feel this design is very trendy at the moment.
Concord & 9th Positive Print Turnabout Stamp
Concord & 9th "Hey Friend" Stamp Set
Card 1 Fresh Cut Florals Dies ( To make up the blooms, cut two of each size off set them and repeat for the next set of petals)
Card 2 Honey Bee's Polygon Thin Frames
Neenah 80lb Cardstock cut to 6 x 6 inches.(Card 2)
(Card 1) 5 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches
Card 1 Inks, Altenew Silver Lake, Grey Denim, Cloudy Night, and Charcoal Suit.
(Card 2) Inks Gina K Apple Mint, Sea Glass, Lovely Lavender, and Innocent Pink.
Card 1 cardstock in Passionate Pink (Gina K)
Black Licorice (Lawn Fawn Cut to 5 7/8 inches Square. to frame the 5 3/4 squared inches neenah layer)
Silver Matt or Pearl Cardstock
Wow White Embossing Powder Fine
White 6 x 6 inch card blank
Various gems and sequins from my stash
Firstly cut your neenah card stock down to size then depending on the card design pick your inks.
After following the steps you should be left with a beautiful background.
Next depending on which card you can stamp your sentiment on to a separate piece of cardstock, and either emboss it or die cut a frame.
With this example I used the same dies as i did last week to create the succulents. This time I cut them from passion pink card stock.
and added some dazzles.
On the other card I added a silver frame die cut from pearl silver card stock. Then added some sequins.
I not sure which I prefer as one is more delicate in colour choice, but just as beautiful.