Here is another twist on using a coloring book theme stamp, stamp it in one color and add the sentiment in another color. All coloring book style stamps do not have to be colored in. They hold their own very well with just one ink color. I love this new stamp set and banner tag from Hampton Art, aren’t those birds so cute- they make me smile.
The card started with a kraft card base to add some contrast. Then I stamped the image in Limeade ink onto white cardstock and Next I searched for a small to mid-size floral print that would match my limeade ink color. These papers from Jillibean Soup Healthy Hello were just what I needed. I cut the floral print as a mat base and then layered another mat using the navy gingham paper. The image piece was cut out and added as shown to the center of the card using 3D foam dots.
Next I cut one of the new banner tags in half and added to the top and bottom center of the card as shown. It needed something more so I grabbed a new wood veneer clothespin from Jillibean Soup and painted the rose yellow using the
Happy Hues paint- Yummy Yellow. Once it was dry I put one adhesive sequin on in a navy color as well.
Just like that you are done, a quick card to share with a friend. There are so many possibilities to using two ink colors overlapped on a card, give it a try and see what you come up.
Enjoy Your Day,
Clear Stamps: NEW-Hampton Art/Art Impressions: SCO722
Ink: Archival/Watering Can
Hampton Art/Banner Tag
Paper: Healthy Hello/Jar of Jambo & Bite Size Bits
Wood Veneer Clothespin: You & Me
Happy Hues Paint: Yummy Yellow
Adhesive Sequin: Navy Blueberry
White Cardstock; Kraft Card Base; Scrapbook Adhesives/3D foam dots; Tombow/Tape Runner Adhesive; paintbrush