I have tons of wonderful Imagine Crafts products & you will see quite a few of them in my projects. We're also featuring 2 of the great PRS stamp sets: School Days & Totally. Today I'm showing you how the same stamp can be used for very different looks. A stamp positioner makes it super easy, but acrylic blocks would work, too. Here are my 3 cards using the big thanks word from the School Days set.
First is the red & black card using school colors to thank a male coach or teacher. The inks are Memento Tuxedo Black & Rhubarb Stalk.I purposely left the black words a little light & stamped multiple times for a heavy inking of the red. Then I used a small paintbrush dipped in GooseBumps Shimmer Texture spray to cover the red word. The result is fun shine & texture when the light hits it.
Next I went feminine using beautiful VersaMagic Spring Pansy & Purple Hydrangea matted with gray cardstock.
The panel was spritzed with Frost Sheer Shimmer Craft Spray which is gorgeous! I rounded the corners & added HA ombre sequins.
My third card uses Brilliance inks which are some of my oldest & best loved. This time I had a rainbow theme using these Pearlescent inks: Poppy, Rust, Yellow, Thyme & Sky Blue.
I trimmed down the panel, attached a strip of patterned paper & tied on twine. There you have it--one stamp & 3 very different cards.
The hop begins at the Precious Remembrance Shop Blog & you'll find all the details there, including how to be in the running for one of the stamp sets or a $30 Imagine Crafts gift certificate. Enjoy the hop and I'll see you tomorrow for day 2.