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Repetitive Stamping, To Create A Modern Feel To Your Christmas Cards. (Card 4,5,6) In My Mini Series.

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Good Morning All,

Well its back to term time again, it was nice to have a little break. Today is the last in my mini Christmas series. I hope I have inspired you to start yours. 

Also If you haven't seen it go over to the bumbleberrys Papercrafts Craftroom  Facebook page and watch my live, showing ideas for using pattered paper for your Christmas Cards.

Today's Cards


Products

Merry Shapes Stamp Set Concord and 9th

https://www.bumbleberrys.co.uk/collections/concord-9th/products/merry-shapes

Full Of Joy Stamp Set Concord and 9th

https://www.bumbleberrys.co.uk/collections/concord-9th/products/full-of-joy-stamp-set-2x6

Various Concord and 9th Ink Pads in Sprout, Parsley, Honeysuckle and Oceanside.

Memento in London Fog

Various Card Blanks

Method

By simply stamping an image more than once, you can create a repetitive pattern that gives a modern feel to your cards.

 

 

Here I've taken the tree image, stamped it in Parsley and also the image of the tree with decorations and stamped them side by side.

 

 

Then using other inks in their new range, I have dress the tree. By using the dot to fill in the holes and add a snow pattern.

Finally I added a sentiment in the lower right hand corner.

 

Second idea using the bauble stamps.

 

 

Here I've Stamped them  in Sprout, Honeysuckle and Oceanside. I am in love with Concord and 9th inks. I used Memento in London Fog for the string. 

 

After this I took the top bauble and stamped in black. This lets the colour underneath, come though.

I added some glossy accents.

 

Lastly using the same colour combi I added some candy sweet stamps.


My favorite card is the lights, as I enjoyed stamping these in a more modern combi and joining them up freehand. I used a Micron pen 0.2.

Such simple designs great for mass production.

Happy Stamping and Stay Safe

Jo

xxx

 



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