Happy Monday! Welcome to November’s Stamping Sensation with the Sprinkles stamps! I am so excited to be your host today alongside with Suz, Kelly, Lisa and Suzanna. We are going to show you the many ways you can work the fabulous stamps in your Sprinkles kits this month. Hope you’re ready for some awesome blog candy!
For my card, I used the DITL stamp set to make a fun patterned background. Using the cupcakes and sprinkles for the top half, and then alternating and rotating the doodled line stamp on the bottom half of my card for a unique pattern. I stamped the cupcake glass in a neutral gray ink, fussy cut the image, then filled the color with some Copic Makers.
Here is Suz’s card where she used several elements from the Coffee & Doughnuts Add-On Stamp to create her adorable card. She created her background pattern on one layer, then added another layer stamping the wreath and sentiment. The perfect finishing touch? That awesome wood veneer mug!
Kelly used the same stamp set on her stunning card. Here is a great example of stamping and cutting your images, and sentiments too! It adds stunning detail, great for cards and embellishing your pocket cards! Fabulous.
Let’s see how to use it on our layouts! On Suzanna’s layout, she used the DITL Sprinkles stamp set for her full page layout. So many fun and clever details! I love how she incorporated the wreath alongside her circular grid design. I spy with my little eye the bracket, the sprinkles, the doodled lines……. Love this!
and Lisa, with her bright and fun layout! On her page, using the sweet cupcake and donut stamp set from the Scrapbook Kit, where she stamped the images across a strip of regular white card and then painted them with water colours. When it was dry, went over the stamped lines roughly with a black journal pen. So very fun!!!
As soon as you get your stamps, challenge yourself to use them on your projects! Then add them to the Sprinkles Gallery, we would love to see!
Have a fantabulous week. Ciao bellas! xx
Tags: Cards, layouts, November 2016, Sprinkles, stamping, stamping sensation