I am popping in to share a card with lots of stamping (Lovely Lilac) and die-cutting (Layered Leaves).
If you are new to stamping, you must learn how to do Generation Stamping.
It is much like repeated stamping... except "funner"!
I always try to do the faint stamping part first if I can. Namely, you stamping first on the scrap paper first, then you stamped the slight faint 2nd/3rd generation stamping onto the desired spot on your card stock.
I stamped the images in Distress Oxide Ink: Tattered Rose, Worn Lipstick, Picked Raspberry and Seedless Preserves). Once I was happy with the stamping, I took out a piece of alcohol-inked paper and die cut it.
Here I used the "Inlaid Die-cutting" technique and cut off the border on the card stock. I then pieced them all back together. The use of kraft card stock is to show the contrast and interest.
Hope you like the idea and design. Thanks so much for stopping by!
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