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!