Sometimes I like to leave stamped images uncolored. The black and white can create a striking look and highlight a stamp in ways that coloring it cannot; especially when the stamp is one as highly detailed as those from Blank Page Muse.
Today's card features a background created with single stamp. Left uncolored it is a bold and yet soft look as the flowers peek through an ethereal layer of vellum.
For this card you will need the following:
Sunflower Blossom Rubber Stamp by Pam Bray Designs
A piece of white cardstock cut to 5.5" x 4"
A piece of vellum cut to 6.5" x 3.5"
A black, A2 sized card base
A simple word die
Gems or sequins
To begin you will stamp the Sunflower to your white cardstock three times, leaving it uncolored.
Score your vellum at .5" and 6" along the 6.5" side. Fold and adhere one .5" fold against one end of your card panel. Leave the other end unattached.
Glue your die cut to the front of the vellum as well as your gems or sequins.
Lift the vellum, apply adhesive behind the die cut and embellishments, and attach the other .5" fold to the other end of the panel.
Adhere the card front to your card base.
Thanks so much for stopping by to check out my card. I hope you have the best day and I am very excited to see what you will be inspired to create.
Until next time,