Friday, February 7, 2020

Just Us Girls~ Using Stamps Multiple Ways with Guest Designer, Sari "Granne"!

Hello Lovely Stampers!
Today we another special post from one of our Guest Designers, join me in welcoming Sari!

Sari made 3 cards using the same stamps and it looks like she had a lot of fun along the way!




I used the "no line" technique, stamped (masking one of the girls) the images with Distress Ink Antique Linen and then colored them with watercolors.

The other set I stamped with black ink. My watercolouring on those was a disaster so I decided to make them even more messy by slapping "loose" color on them using piece of acetate. Then I fussycut the girls and glued them onto design paper.






 Blank Page Muse stamps, Just Us Girls

Meet Sari!

I'm a Finnish mother of 2 teenage girls. I’ve been stamping since 2011, I got started when my neighbour introduced me to the world of stamping and paper crafting in real life and in blog land; that’s how my blog also got it’s name: Granne (=neighbour in Swedish).
Usually I make cards, but I do love making ATC’s too, and and and ... what ever seems to be fun and inspires me. Sometimes things work out nicely sometimes not, but I have fun creating.


You can find more of Sari's projects on her blog:

I can't wait to see what else Sari create for us, can you?
Come on back later on to see more and please do come back to play along in our creative challenge. The theme this month is use any 3 stamps! ( no digi stamps) The link opens on February 10th!

Have an amazing day and we'll see you again soon!

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