Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Stamp an Abstract Image with a Feminine Twist

Hello friends!

Hope you are having a great day so far....
I am sharing a quick post with "One Day At A Time" Stamp set. 
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With the release blog hop, some of you show interest in this stamp set...
some of you were intrigued. 
My previous card is gender-neutral.
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I thought it would be a good idea to see a different take with a feminine twist. 
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There are three things you can easily do in turning a graphic image into a feminine design.

1. focal point: always use the colors to your advantage! I used fuchsia, yellow, orange and purple. It's easy and effective. 

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2. the background: in this card, I partially stamped Book Club stamp image in the background. You can use any color with a floral stamp. I decided to match the colors with the focal Point.

3. embellishments: this is the easy part. Use sequins, glitter, bling...and enamel dots! For masculine cards, I tend to use almost minimal embellishments.

More about this card: the image was clear-embossed. I stamped the edges of the Focal Point with small stamp like "Shades of Love". I hand-stamped each line and glad that it turned out fine.

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Hope you like my little "analysis" of this card!
Altenew offers a FREE brand new Floral Spray Stamp Set (value $4.99) with every order

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Lastly, I want to point out that there is an exclusive Altenew/Scrapbook.com Stamp Set
called "Rose Bloom". 

 It comes as a stamp set (no coordinating die). I hope to receive this stamp set soon.

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Currently, Scrapbook.com is offering the following:
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Thanks so much for stopping by!

14 comments:

Dana M said...

Beautiful card Virginia! So fun to see this cool stamp in both a feminine and masculine version.

Greta said...

What interesting cards with the marble stamp! I really love the blue/purple version!

Denise Bryant said...

Love this marble design! Fun stamp!

Dawn Turley said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE the great feminine colours on the marble stamp. The inked outline flowers look perfect in the corners.

MadeByMeghanK said...

Gorgeous! I love the warm colored one the most!

Sue D said...

Very pretty and thanks for the tips on making this feminine.

conil said...

Nicely done. Loved the gender neutral care but, especially, what you've done with it with the feminine twist. Terrific "analysis" of your card and the versatility of this set.

mindy1414 said...

I love your "analysis" of this card, it's so very helpful, I always seem to learn something new with all your posts but this is wonderful! Thank you also for the heads up on the exclusive Altenew/Scrapbook.com Rose Bloom stamp set, it looks like it will be beautiful to work with. Keep "teaching" I love it!! (mardy14@bellsouth.net)

ionabunny said...

Beautiful cards and idea. Hugz

Cindy C. said...

Wow how interesting, never would thought to combine these two stamps together.

Linda BL said...

Both cards are so pretty! As you have shown, the marble stamp can be used for male and female cards with some simple changes. It helps so much when you beak down the steps in a card. I really appreciate it ( as do others)!

Shelly said...

These are beautiful, Virginia!

jordanbev5@yahoo.com said...

I always love how you combine your colors and these are so gorgeous! Love the one with the flower accent especially!

Rozy said...

Just beautiful. I love your color choices and how perfectly you matched the colors on the background stamp with the focal point.