Lavender Fields stamps - Making cards with Kay

Lavender Fields stamps - Making cards with Kay

Kay Williamson

Bring spring to your craft table with the Lavender Fields stamps. Greeting Card Created With Club Scrap's Lavender Fields stamps #clubscrap #lavenderfields #stamping The Lavender Fields stamps are ideal for creating light and breezy greetings with a spring-like feel. This might be my new favorite stamp set! Here's a quick video tour of the cards I made:
LAVENDER FIELDS STAMPS

Lavender Fields Stamping Tips & Techniques

CARD #1
Greeting Card Created With Club Scrap's Lavender Fields Stamps #clubscrap #lavenderfields #stamping Dab the top of the lavender bundle stamp with Amethyst Ink and the stem with Moss Ink and stamp onto a white card panel. Add three little bows around each stem cluster with waxed linen thread and adhere with a dab of glue. Stamp the sentiment onto a kraft tag and layer onto the card with Foam Adhesive Circles. Greeting Card Created With Club Scrap's Lavender Fields Stamps #clubscrap #lavenderfields #stamping
CARD #2
Greeting Card Created With Club Scrap's Lavender Fields Stamps #clubscrap #lavenderfields #stamping Stamp the collage image onto two white panels. Fussy cut the rectangle and bucket base from the second image. Add color with watercolor pencils and a water brush. Layer onto the first stamped image with Foam Adhesive Circles and Book Binding Glue to add dimension to the greeting. (Several of the quotes were designed to fit within the rectangle.) Greeting Card Created With Club Scrap's Lavender Fields Stamps #clubscrap #lavenderfields #stamping
CARD #3
Greeting Card Created With Club Scrap's Lavender Fields Stamps #clubscrap #lavenderfields #stamping
  1. Create a watercolor background with Club Scrap Inks. Visit these posts for detailed tutorials: Vintage Botany Dandelion Stencil and the One Layer Layout Technique.
  2. Apply Spruce ink to the perfume bottle image, mist with water, and stamp to create a watercolor effect.
  3. Add Amethyst and Spruce inks to the lavender sprig image, mist with water, and stamp over the bottle. Repeat to create a bouquet.
  4. Trim the buds from one side of the Lavender Fields Flower Sprig embellishment and glue the tiny orbs onto the stamped lavender. (Tricia uses this same technique in the Lavender Fields Card Kit.)
  5. Add glitter glue and splatters from a water brush and watercolor pencils to complete the art panel.
Greeting Card Created With Club Scrap's Lavender Fields Stamps #clubscrap #lavenderfields #stamping
CARD #4
Cards Created With Club Scrap's Lavender Fields Stamps Layer a torn dictionary page with a Lavender Fields stamped Stone panel. Add a Mini Doilie, Flower Sprigs, and tie it all up with white twisted string. Stamp the greeting onto nested flags cut from Stone and Dk. Purple papers and adhere with foam circles. Greeting Card Created With Club Scrap's Lavender Fields Stamps #clubscrap #lavenderfields #stamping
CARD #5
Greeting Card Created With Club Scrap's Lavender Fields Stamps #clubscrap #lavenderfields #stamping Create the same watercolor background as in Card #3 and fray the edges with a paper distressing tool. Greeting Card Created With Club Scrap's Lavender Fields Stamps #clubscrap #lavenderfields #stamping
CARDS #6 & 7
Greeting Card Created With Club Scrap's Lavender Fields Stamps #clubscrap #lavenderfields #stamping Stamp "This isn't a thank you note" onto the outside panel of a slider card. Stamp "It's a hug with a fold in it" on the inside. For details, check out Tricia's step-outs and video from her Slider Card Tutorial. Greeting Card Created With Club Scrap's Lavender Fields Stamps #clubscrap #lavenderfields #stamping Greeting Card Created With Club Scrap's Lavender Fields Stamps #clubscrap #lavenderfields #stamping Greeting Card Created With Club Scrap's Lavender Fields Stamps #clubscrap #lavenderfields #stamping Greeting Card Created With Club Scrap's Lavender Fields Stamps #clubscrap #lavenderfields #stamping Thanks for taking a walk through my Lavender Fields stamped cards. Happy spring! Kay Kay Ferg SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave

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