I was given this one stamp from Creative Expressions and asked to demonstrate it. My task with recession was to show how one stamp can be used to achieve many different results. In this hard time, I was going to show one stamp could be enough to create many cards. Over the next few days I will show you my samples I did for the shop. Although I did this in one colour, gold or silver, the colour combinations are endless depending if you wanted a vintage, classic,monochrome or contemporary christmas card.
For this card, I used Clare's gorgeous layout from Creativity Issue 18. I used the stamp as a background. To show you, it can make a quick card without colouring. The last card, I have used twinkling H20's - didnt have time in the demo to finish the card off, with the circles and greetings, but i am sure people got the point. I wanted to show resist embossing.
Gold Mirror Card,
Versafine Watermark Ink Pad,
Gold Embossing Powder
D&D Santa's Little Helpers Stamp Set - for the greeting - they are so versatile they can be combined with any other stamp set.
Hole punch - for the smaller circles
Same products as for the first card but I have used Silver Mirror card and Silver Embossing Powder instead.
Same products as above - but have used Twinkling h20's. The background has been heat embossed with white embossing powder.