Happy Thursday, Trinity Stamps friends!! It’s Brenda, here with you on this Thursday morning!! I love to take the small images from my stamp sets and use them to make my own patterned paper. The roses in the Create-A-Cake stamp set are perfect for this technique!! Plus, if you know me, you know that I’m all about the flowers…lol. Give me ALL THE FLOWERS!!
To begin, I stamped the three roses from the Create-A-Cake stamp set randomly onto a panel of white cardstock with Momento Tuxedo Black Ink. I colored them with Copic markers and added additional dimension with colored pencils. A white gel pen added some highlights along the top petal of each flower. The Copic-colored panel was adhered to a black cardstock panel that was cut slightly larger, then onto a pale gray cardstock panel that was die-cut with a scalloped edge die. The sentiment, also from Create-A-Cake, was stamped onto a die-cut white panel using Momento Tuxedo Black Ink. It was also mounted to black cardstock and a gray scalloped rectangle, before adhering it to the background panel with foam adhesive. Three of the roses were cut using the coordinating Create-A-Cake Dies and popped up with dimensional adhesive onto the sentiment panel. Finally, a sprinkling of Candy Confetti Sprinkle Embellishment Mix finished off the card.
I hope I have encouraged you to look at the small images in your stamp sets and use them to make your own pattered paper!!
Until next Thursday…happy stamping!!!
2 thoughts on “Happy Birthday”
Delightful use of those flowers!
Love the patterned paper you created! This came out great!