Friday, February 11, 2011

Damask Backgrounder

I had a lot of fun creating with the Damask Backgrounder stamp set! On my first card, I layered ivory cardstock on top of kraft cardstock. I used Burnt Umber Palette Ink to stamp all images.

I stamped my Script Background image on scratch paper so that the image on my card would be lighter. I stamped my card using the second generation of ink. The saying is from Vintage Greetings.

My card looked "too simple", but then I added ribbon, tan scrapper's floss, and a button...and I was happy!


I used Brilliance Moonlight White ink to stamp my Damask Backgrounder images on this card.

The saying is from Love You. I used a corner rounder punch on two sides of the saying and some bling for dotting the "i".


I did some masking on this card. I used a post-it-note to "cut off" the bottom half of my Damask Backgrounder image. I then rotated my paper and did the same thing.

Flowers and a button were added on top of the Damask Backgrounder image. The saying is from Inspirational Sayings.



I love altering items! I found this cute little thing at Hobby Lobby for $1.50. I thought it was kinda cute, but I thought I could create something "more" with it.  I love picking up little things like this on sale and creating something "new" out of it! I took the wire off of the wood.  Don't worry!  I will put it back on later! ;)


The first thing I did was cover the wood using a scrap that I had from Rockin' Roxie Matchbook Kit. I attached the paper and used a sanding block on the sides. Next, I used a stamp from Vintage Backgrounds. It is hard to see in the picture, but what I did was stamp off several times so that the Vintage Background image would be light. I then added my Damask Backgrounder image with noir black ink.
Here is the finished product! I punched an oval out of black cardstock and ran it through my crimper corrugator. The "love" is from Vintage Greetings.


The small flower is from Neutral Mini Blossoms~ so cute!
Here is a close up from the side. I put the black oval and "love" on pop dots. I think the dimension is nice~ much better than the flat piece that I started with. The sides were already black so I didn't do anything to the sides. ;)

I hope you are inspired to stamp and create!
  

7 comments:

Chelsea said...

Wow Holly .... There are AWESOME!

Carol said...

Awesome, beautiful. Love them all.

Christine said...

Looks like another Dream Team app! You did awesome!

Teresa Jenkins said...

Wonderful! They are all so pretty, love the redo on the wood hanging "thing"!

Heather said...

They all look fantabulous! Congrats on making the Dream Team!

Angela K said...

Beautiful cards! Just wanted to say congratulations on the Design Team Spot!!

Michelle said...

wow these are awesome Holly! I love the last card - so cool how you masked the image to use it...