Thursday, April 22, 2021

{Throwback Thursday} Inspired by Random Stamping Technique


Hey, STAMPlorations friends! It's Thursday, which means it's time for Throwback Thursday! We have the very talented Gloria Hayoung Lee with her final 3 cards. She will be back again in a few months, though. Make sure you comment on this post for a chance at a $15 prize code. Every month, we draw 7 winners, with the winners randomly drawn from all posts published during the month. The more posts you comment on, the more chances you have.


Here's Gloria with her projects:

Hello everyone, happy Thursday!!!

This is mylast post as a guest designer for Throwback Thursday. I have three cards for share with you: random stamping background cards. 

I was inspired by the talented and creative card designer Maria Fischer. I was inspired by her creative cards, and decided to use random stamping technique on my cards.

Here is the inspired card. Details are here.

The Throwback card

Here are my three projects :

Project 1

I stamped the sentiment on the center of the card stock with Beautiful you clear stamp and I stamped randomly with Bloom doodles clear stamp. I stamped hearts from Big Dreamer clear stamp for the empty spaces and colored the flowers and hearts with Copic markers. Lastly, I blended the edges with speckled egg Distress Oxide ink using a mini blending tool.

speckled egg Distress Oxide ink


Project 2

I stamped the sentiment and randomly the coffee, donuts and hearts on white card stock.
I colored with Copic markers and added some white dots using a white Gel pen. The bag containing the coffee bean was stamped and pasted on kraft paper for the paper piercing technique. I blended the edges with milled lavender Distress Oxide ink using a mini blending tool.

milled lavender Distress Oxide ink


Project 3

I stamped the sentiment on the center of the white card stock and stamped flowers and hearts as shown. I colored with Copic markers and added some white dots using a gel pen. I blended the edges with spun sugar Distress Oxide ink.

spun sugar Distress Oxide ink

Random stamping technique is one of my favorite techniques. I love filling paper with stamping and the process of stamping is very fun. Thanks to Maria Fischer for inspiring me. Thank you so much for stopping by and have a wonderful day!!!

Leave a comment on this post, as well as on my post here for a chance at a $15 prize code.


  1. Oh my gosh, I just love these. The coffee and donut one caught my eye right away..yum!

  2. Love this idea, a great way to use those smaller stamps

  3. Fun cards with these small designs! The Coffee Petites is one of my favorite sets!

  4. Great cards Gloria, I liked seeing the same technique with different stamps. Thanks for sharing!

  5. I love the stamped backgrounds and gorgeous coloring!

  6. I‘m thrilled I inspired you and even more so that you had fun random stamping. I just love the technique. Great choices of images and beautiful bright coloring.

  7. Squeal!! Cutest cards ever. I love every one of them.

  8. cute card designs. I actually find it hard to randomly stamp.

  9. Love the coffee and donuts design. It really is such fun to create backgrounds like this!

  10. Wonderful stamping with awesome results - a great technique
    Stay safe

  11. Fabulous collection of cards - so fun!!!!

  12. These are all just wonderful! I love a stamped
    all over design like these.

  13. Beautiful cards and a great way to use those little stamps we all have!

  14. I like how these are created from the throwback card. Great image use.

  15. Your random stamping technique turned out beautifully!!

  16. Wow-these look so fun! I’ve only done random stamping once or twice. I’ll have to try it again!

  17. Love, love, love these, especially the coffee one.


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