Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Tuesday Stamp Projects

Tanya’s project showcases Two-Step Stamping. This involves using stamps that are made to layer one another. She chose the background flower and inked it up, and stamped it on a spare sheet of paper to lighten the ink. Then she took the outline stamp and inked it up, only to stamp over the previous image. The nice thing about this is that you don't have to be precise. Each image will be different, unless you use a stamp-a-ma-jig, which allows you to position the two stamps directly over one another.

The little Japanese dolls on Dianne’s layout were stamped in black and then colored in with a blender pen and chalk pastels. She then cut them out and added them to the tag.

Dianne’s card features a stamped title colored in with a blender pen and markers. She also stamped a flower on the card base in Versamark ink. The delicate flowers are made from tissue paper that she ran through her die-cutter and glued together bit by bit.

Marjorie stamped her images and texts on pattern paper to liven up the circle elements on the page. She also used a coordinating green to stamp out her journaling lines instead of plain black, to keep the journaling block from looking too heavy.

Wanda used a large flower stamp colored with pencils and added a button. Her title ‘Celebrate Spring’ is also stamped.

Corinna used a Unity Stamp Co. circle stamp but instead of putting the circle "around" something, she decided to use it with all the colors of the Easter eggs in the photo to make a colorful background for her page.


AmandaB said...

Great stamping projects ladies... I just love all the creativity you all used..

Amanda :0)

magicwanda said...

What inspiration Ladies.....
I am lovin them!

Tanya Rudd said...

Each one of us had different takes on this weeks challenge! I am in awe at all the wonderful creations. Great job ladies!

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

Ladies! You always amaze me every week!!

Deanne :)