Use Your Background Stamps to Add Texture to Your Flowers

Hello Everyone ~ my video will show you how to Use Your Background Stamps to Add Texture to Your Flowers.

I am always looking for ways to use my products in different ways.  One of those products is background stamps.  I love being able to use them for more than just backgrounds.  I was inspired by a card I saw online to pull out my background stamps and see if I could use the same idea.

Using your background stamps to create a background is the most used way.  When I saw the idea online I decided to see what I could do with the background stamps I have.  The first one I decided to play with was the All Wired Up.

After I decided on the background stamp to use I looked at my stamp set dies to see which ones might work.  I knew I would need to use a large die and wanted to use a flower one.  I thought it might be fun to play with the Celebrate Sunflowers bundle.  The larger flowers allow the background stamp to show up better so keep that in mind when you check out your flower dies.

Once you have your stamps and dies chosen all you need to do is make your card.  Check out the video showing how I created my card and then Use Your Background Stamps to Add Texture to Your Flowers.

 

Features of the Card

  • Celebrate Sunflowers
  • All Wired Up
  • card base ~ Whisper White – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ scored at 4 1/4″
  • Bumblebee card stock ~ scrap
  • Cinnamon Cider card stock ~ 3 3/4″ x 5″   and   scrap
  • Brushed Metallic card stock ~ scrap for die cutting
  • Flowers For Every Season dsp ~ 3 5/8″ x 4 7/8″
  • Cinnamon Cider ribbon

Want to see a fun way to Use Your Background Stamps to Add Texture to Your Flowers? Check out the video that shows you how.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Don't miss seeing how to Use Your Background Stamps to Add Texture to Your Flowers that uses this fun bundle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I have used the Celebrate Sunflowers bundle quite a bit.  Check out these ideas.

Here are the supplies I used to create my card

 

2 Comments

  1. What a great idea. It definitely gives depth and interest to the flower.

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