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Thursday, May 09, 2019

{Spotlight Project} Deepti Uses Stamps To Accent The Die Cuts


Hello friends! Deepti here and welcome to a spotlight feature. Today again, I am playing with the newest stamp club set "Bloomdala Bliss" This time I decided to create clean and simple card set and used the stamps in this set to accent my die cuts :) Let me show you...




Step 1 - So for this one I took a white card stock panel and heat embossed the mandala stamp all over to build my background. I embossed it in white



Step 2 - I then inked up the panel with Distress inks. with darker shade making the center of the mandala and lighter outside.



Step 3 - I then die cut birds and butterflies from this panel.



Step 4 - I took three white panels and ink the hearts through the stencil. using distress inks again.



To finish I adhered the die cut pieces on each inked heart and stamped the sentiments.

Here is a closeup into each card...





 

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

Happy paper crafting!

12 comments:

  1. Well done and the cards turned out fantastic...thanks for sharing.

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  2. Stunning _going to look through my stash and try to make something similar.thanks for such lovely creations.

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  3. Deepti, I like the way you've created a patterned paper to use for your die cuts. These produce amazing results. tfs

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  4. That heart stencil is going on my wish list - this is soooo lovely Deepti - beautiful work!

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  5. This is super genius, totally love these cards!!

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  6. What a wonderful technique, and a great way to add visual interest to die cuts
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  7. WOW! I love your cards! Thanks for the inspiration. :D

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