Using the vintage photo distress ink stamp the largest double coffee stain on the background three times, then the small double one five times.
Thank you for taking a look. I hope I've inspired you to have a go at using the Ephemera stickers.
Hi There! I am sure many of you know how much I love a good tree stamp and this set is in the End of line section on the Bee Crafty website at the moment. I thought I would create a journal spread with it in my Dina Wakely Kraft journal, so here is a step by step on how it came together.
Do you have trouble finding something different for masculine cards? Well the Bee Crafty Art Stamps See Me bundle is ideal. I've used one of the main images and some smaller stamps along with one of the sentiments to make this card. It's a quick card to make because I've used some leftover Gel Press prints that I had to make the background.
First off I picked a print that had a masculine look to it. I applied some crackle texture paste through the Alternate Circles stencil. I let it dry naturally to allow the crackle to come forward.
Once the crackle paste was dry I drew around the circles with a fineliner black pen. I used some of the circles from the See Me set to stamp randomly over the background.
I hope you are all still enjoying using the latest faces stamps and are having fun with them. They are such an amazing set of stamps with lots of potential for so many different styles. This week I have gone for a clean and simple card for those times when we need something in a hurry. I first saw a similar effect with the stencil on one of Ali’s cards and loved it.
Products I Have Used This Week
Bee Crafty Stamps
Inkable Big Ones
7x5 inch card
started by fixing my stencil to the edge of a larger piece of white card to
keep it secure. I used the 2 yellow tones to colour the circles and the 2 blue
tones to colour the rest of the shapes in the Inkable Big One.
I then outlined all the shapes using the fine black Micron pen and removed the stencil to add the details around the edges of the shapes.
I stamped the Faces Seen stamp onto some spare white card and coloured him using Vintage Photo slightly watered down for the hair and then very watered down with a hint of Saltwater Taffy for the skin tone. I also used Peacock feathers for his top. I cut him out leaving a narrow border around the edge.
Thank you for looking at the blog today. I hope you are having fun crafting this week.
By DT Ann
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