Learn how to create a beautiful background with stamping techniques only
Hi and welcome to today’s simple stamping tutorial which teaches you how to make your own Designer Series Paper, by stamping a full sheet of A4 cardstock, cutting and layering on to card, also know as One Sheet Wonder.
I used not one, but three stamp sets that are due to retire on January 2nd 2020, all of these are available at present in our year-end clearout page, however, once stock levels deplete, you won’t be able to purchase. The three stamp sets used were Holly Jolly Christmas, Frosted Foliage and From our House to Yours. I’m really going to miss demonstrating these stamps.
I decided to use the colours Blackberry Bliss and Cherry Cobbler. I managed to achieve some different shades of both colours by using first, and second generation stamping. This is when you stamp off first to remove most of the ink, then apply your stamp to paper – to get a light colour result.
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Instructions and Measurements:
Card Bases – 4 1/8″ x 5 7/8″
Stamping Layer 4″ x 5 3/4″
I got four stamping layers out of this one sheet. I really like how they turned out.
I used my clear blocks to stamp my little heart out, stamping various images, at different angles, all over my card.
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YouTube Tutorial – Simple Stamping #40 – Stamp your own Background (one sheet wonder)
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