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Thursday, March 09, 2017

{Spotlight Project} One Stamp Three Ways with Deepti!

Hello, friends! Deepti here and welcome to another spotlight feature. Today I am back with a card set which showcases the use of one stamp in three ways to create three different backgrounds. I like how each of these look :)

I cut out three rectangular panels from white card stock, On one of the panel I stamped with Versamark ink to white emboss the background.

Then I inked each of the panels with Distress inks.

This step involves using the same stamp to add some interest on simply inked panel. For one panel I did water stamping and for another I did a tone-on-tone stamping :)

Next I colored the floral images that will make the focal point of my card with Prisma color pencils :) and finally I assembled it all together :)

To finish, I adhered the pieces on a patterned paper. Here is look into each card once more...

I have used Scribbly Splattery Grunge, Bloom SketchesArt Deco Border Builder, and Crazy Double Running Stitch Rectangle Nesting Dies


That finishes my spotlight feature :) I hope you enjoyed it and will give this a try.

Happy paper crafting! 


  1. Wow ...really spectacular, very creative and gorgeous...Thank you so much for the inspiration x

  2. beautiful cards :) love the slight variations among them, thanks for the inspiration!

  3. I love how subtly different each card is, yet so perfect:)

  4. These are all wonderful! I love how they are all slightly different. xxx

  5. I love all the different variations! Sometimes it is a good idea to create several cards while you have the materials gathered... I love the idea of changing them up a bit!

  6. These are beautiful!! I LOVE the different backgrounds and the lovely blue you used!!

  7. Stunning cards - and great backgrounds.

  8. Beautiful set of cards Deepti ! Thanks for sharing :)

  9. Your trio of cards is simply amazing, Deepti! Need to think about using some of my stamps in similar ways!

  10. So pretty. Love how the little changes make such a big difference to the look. Hugz


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