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Wednesday, October 24, 2018

{Spotlight Project} Deepti Brings Three Techniques in One Design!


Hello friends! Deepti here and welcome to a spotlight feature. Today, again I am playing with the newest stamp club set, Bloom Doodles. This is first time ever that it took me ages to create this tutorial. My mojo was on a holiday, I had missed two of my scheduled spotlight dates, and I was feeling terrible but our boss Shery is super amazing! She gave me all the time I needed and asked to relax, she even said, "If you miss this post, its not the end of the world." :) She is soooooooooo awesome. You would want to work with a person like her :)

Anyways going back on track, after multiple failed attempts I finally got this perfect idea to bring three techniques together :) I did paper piecing, stamping the sentiment to build a background and using negative die cut :) Let me show you:


Step 1
So for this one I took three back card stock panels. I started by stamping the sentiment in white ink to build three different background. I did a zig zag stamping, a diagonal stamping and a grid sentiment stamping (just like crossword puzzle)







Step 2
Next I stamped one of the floral images on patterned paper and fussy cut those. These will be my focal images :)




Step 3
I then picked three different dies to make use of negative die cut space: an edge die, an image die, and a sentiment die. I die cut the black panels using these dies.



Step 4
I then layered a patterned paper under each space and adhered them on card base.



Finally, I arranged the floral images around the negative die cut spaces and added a sentiment strip to finish each card.

Here is a look at each card one more time.





I have used Bloom Doodles, Born to Roam, Feathery, For the Birds Dies,Smile word die and Lacy Edges and Border dies




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

6 comments:

  1. I love those awesome background you created with your text stamps. Love that they are white on black too -- so cool!

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  2. This is one amazing technique - I love white and black - lovely work! TFS Deepti!

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  3. All these are wonderful! Love all the techniques, thank you! xxx

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  4. love the different looks you created with similar products - very inspiring:)

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  5. I absolutely love your work! Thank you for the inspiration!

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