Hello! This is Jennie! This week we are having fun with Sweet Stamp Shop! They sent us a bunch of cool goodies to stamp and play! Stay tuned to learn about multi-color stamping. Get your clear blocks ready!
I wanted to do a background with the stamps. To create this multi-color stamping effect I scribbled on them with the Tombow Dual Brush Pens. Then I exhaled on them and stamp. I like to use the die first so I don’t have to use my time stamping extra paper. This stamp is from the Coffee Town Stamp Set. I used brown tones to mimic the color of coffee. You can see how this technique looks in bright colors in THIS Post.
To glue the papers, I used the Tombow MONO Adhesive + Permanent. On the coffee pot and the circle I used the Tombow Foam Tape. Dimension makes every card better! I wanted the multi-color stamping technique to be the star of this card but I felt like it need a little bit more so I added a doily.
I also did the coloring with the Tombow Dual Brush Pens. This cute coffee pot is from the Coffee Boss Stamp Set and I added a silly nose. To glue the the cork hearts I used the Tombow Xtreme Adhesive.
One thing I like to do with stamps is stamp in pattern paper. For this shaped card I used the Muggin’ Stamp Set.
To make these cards I reached into my older supplies and grabbed a 6×6 Paper Pad from 2011! These 6×6 Paper Pads are perfect for cards. What is the oldest thing in your stash?
I had so much fun playing with Sweet Stamp Shop!
I hope you enjoyed this post! Make sure you say hello to our Sweet Friends! If you try it out make sure you tag me @jenniegarcian. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #tombowusa!
All these creations are so adorable and cheerful !!
This is awesome. Please post more ways to color stamps and blending tips for them too!! Thanks Jennie!
So much fun, Jennie! Ah yes, the good ol’ “huff technique!” The addition of the doily is perfect.
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