Hello Stamping Friends!!
I'm on the Dare 2B Artzy Blog today!!
My card today goes along with our monthly challenge "All You Need Is Love"! Originally we were going to just have a "Heart" challenge, but there aren't too many D2BA heart stamps, so we wanted to open up the challenge a little more for the designers and followers, so everyone could be as creative as possible and not feel limited to just hearts.
But I am here today to share a little fun idea with you in cases where you would want a heart stamp but don't have one!
Why not create your own looking heart stamp!
So I started by collecting some supplies!
I cut my card base, along with a few layers.I then took a piece of thin printer paper and ran it through my Big Shot, along with a heart die! I decided to create a heart template! The start to creating my own heart stamp!!
I then placed my template I just created on my white cardstock layer and added painters tape around the edges to hold the two pieces of paper in place!
Now it's time to have some fun! Be as creative as you wish!!
For my card today I decided to feature the Love Stackable stamp set! I decided I wanted the "LOVE" from the "All you need is Love" sentiment to by my main focus! So I used a piece of post-it note to mask part of the sentiment! Then stamped the "Love" in Pomegranate Ink to my heart!
I decided to keep the sentiment straight, but it would look great at an angle as well! Continue with any other sentiments you would like! The remaining sentiments I stamped, I decided to just stamp with TotallyBlack Ink!
Before I took of my template, I decided to use a light pink distress ink around the heart edges, to make it pop off my card layer more!
I think it looks so cool!! The possibilities are endless!
Here is my finished card:
I left it nice and simple!
I decided to quickly have a little fun with another heart template, but this time using the Happiness Blooms stamp set! Check it out:
How cool is that heart?! I love it!!
So much fun!!
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