One of my favourite things about stamping is the amazing range of different designs and looks you can achieve using your stamps and inks, not to mention cardstock and designer paper. It is my current intention to really try and maximise my use of each stamp set I own and this is why you will see so many “similar but different” cards from me. I don’t want to use a stamp set once and put it away for it never to see the light of day again. Another reason you will see so many “similar but different” card designs is that I am fascinated with how the same card design can look so different depending on such things as our colour choice, the colouring medium used, as well as embellishments used.
After my post regarding using one inkpad and the Birthday Blooms stamp set, I was thinking about all the different ink colours in the Stampin’ Up! range and how I could have used any of them to have coloured my card. Of course…I then had to try some more. A couple of hours later, I had another four cards in this set. How fun would it be to make a set of cards in this style to give as a gift? Anyway, I really could have created many more cards but stopped after the four you will see below.
Thank you so much for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed seeing some more cards in this series.
Listed below are the supplies used to create the above project. If the stamp set comes in different types (such as clear mount or wood mount), I link to them both. At the end, I have also linked to other ‘staple’ items you might need to finish the project (such as adhesive and a paper trimmer).