Create a bunch of colorful floral cards and a tag with the What's Up, Buttercup? Stamps.
What's Up, Buttercup? Stamps
The color palette and imagery in this collection makes me smile. I had so much fun playing with the stamps and a variety of inking techniques to make some unique backgrounds.
Squeeze out several colors of Hybrid reinkers on a nonstick craft sheet.
Lay a piece of plastic wrap into the wet inks.
Carefully lift the wrap and place onto a white panel.
Repeat the steps with the remaining ink to create a second background panel (used on Card 3).
Stamp the splatter noise image onto the background panel using Watermark Ink.
Sprinkle with clear embossing powder and heat set to melt. I love how this mimics the appearance of small water droplets on the panel!
Stamp a flower and leaf onto scrap paper. Fussy cut and adhere using Foam Adhesive Circles for added dimension.
Create your own rainbow ink pad! Squeeze a generous amount of Red, Tangerine, Yellow, Moss, Sapphire, and Amethyst ink stripes across the surface of a blank ink pad. Allow the inks to settle into the pad.
Stamp the text image repeatedly to cover the white panel.
Use the Pack of Panels to mat the stamped strip. Embellish with punched flowers with clear sequin centers.
Stamp the flower outline images over the second plastic wrap background (created above) using India Ink. Adhere a circle punched sentiment to the panel with a Foam Adhesive Circle.
Punch tiny confetti flowers from the pack of panels. Fill the Edge to Edge Shaker panel with sequins, Surprise Glitter Flakes, and the tiny punched flowers.
Cover a Yellow panel with the solid floral image in Yellow Ink.
Stamp over each of the flowers with the outline image in Tangerine Ink.
Repeat this process with the leaf image using Moss and Spruce Inks.
Add the sentiment stamped with India Ink.
Stamp the large flower outline image in Festive Berries, Spiced Marmalade, Mustard Seed, Mowed Lawn, Salty Ocean and Dusty Concord Distress Inks. Be sure to wipe the stamp clean after each color application.
Hold at an angle, spritz generously with water to activate the inks, and allow them to run down the side of the panel.
Complete the card with a sentiment stamped in Spruce Ink.
Add the flowers and leaves in Distress Inks to a white card panel.
Spritz generously with water to activate the inks. Allow the panel to dry before moving on to the next step.
Stamp over the mottled flowers and leaves with the outline images in coordinating colors. Stamp the centers in India Ink. Complete the card with a stamped sentiment.
Stamp the white mixed media tag with flower and leaf outline images using Watermark Ink.
Cover the wet ink with white embossing powder and heat set to melt.
Apply Mustard Seed, Picked Raspberry, Dusty Concord and Mowed Lawn Distress Inks over the embossed areas of the panel using Club Scrap's Ink Applicator Brushes.
Wipe off any excess ink from the embossed areas using a damp cloth.
Stamp the flower images on coordinating colored panels.
Tear around the images creating varying sizes of each color of flower.
Repeat the process for the leaves without the layering step.
Adhere to the tag. Finish with a rainbow stamped sentiment.
I hope these techniques continue to inspire you. Happy Stamping!
What's Up, Buttercup? Stamps
Our premium clear photopolymer stamps are ready to use; no prep required. Stamp sheet measures 6x8" and includes 16 individual images and phrases. Features: Deeply-etched for high quality impressions Clear substrate for easy positioning and accurate stamping Non-yellowing and durable… Read More
CS Hybrid Re-Inkers
Rejuvenate your ink pads with our re-inkers! Exclusively Club Scrap®, this hybrid craft ink combines the most exceptional ingredients of both pigments and dyes for a fine, crisp, fast-drying images. .5 US fl. oz. Use alone or with our ink… Read More
CS Hybrid Ink Pads
Exclusively Club Scrap®, this hybrid craft ink combines the most exceptional ingredients of both pigments and dyes for a fine, crisp, fast-drying image! Don't forget to stock up on re-inkers!… Read More