Below I am showing 3 different cards using the same stamp in 3 different ways. The first card is a Thanksgiving card using their Pumpkin Vine stamp.
First I printed the sentiment from my computer onto plain white cardstock, then stamped the image with Versafine black onyx ink, then colored it with Aqua Crayons.
I used my 'ribbon hole' punch to punch the holes at the bottom and threaded brown satin ribbon through and once it was layered onto the orange cardstock I attached the ribbon to the back of the cardstock.
Then I layered it onto brown cardstock and it was done.
This second card was done with the same stamp, stamped and colored in the same way, but this time I cut the image out and cut the vine and leaves at the top off completely.
The sentiment this time was put on with rub ons, I attached a ribbon from my stash, layered it onto brown cardstock that had been punched with an EKSuccess border punch. The pumpkin was then attached with foam tape to pop it up a bit and give it a little demension. Finally, I layered it onto white cardstock, rounded the corners of the card was done.
For the third card, I stamped the same as the other two. This time I cut out only the pumpkin. I colored it with Aqua Crayons and used my black Zig pen to draw the face on the pumpkin. I then adhered the pumpkin to brown cardstock.
I have had these leaves in my stash of supplies for ages, they are all in a jar and I have not had the chance to use them before. They were perfect for this card. I put down some ATG tape and started sticking the leaves down randomly around the pumpkin, when they needed to be a little more layered, I used mini glue dots to adhere them.
The BOOO! was put the orange cardstock on with TLC rub ons, then I adhered it to the brown cardstock and layered the entire thing onto some Gem Opal Co'ordinations cardstock. I think he turned out very cute.
I hope Meribeth, at QKR likes what I have done. I think it shows that the stamps can be used in more than one way.
I have several more that I will be showing soon, so stay tuned! I also have some more to make in the next couple weeks.
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