I am popping in with a fun post with color-layering.
Not sure if you have tried slapstick/cling stamps, but they are one of the east type to work with.here.
The reason that I love using cling stamps is that they are often detailed and easy to ink up.
The Rise And Shine Stamp is fairly large and can stick nicely with the stamp positioned such as MISTI. When using cling stamps, be sure to remove the foam to ensure the proper stamping.
When stamping a large image, it is best to plan out the position of your focal point. I started out with the sunflower and then leaves. I add one color at a time and gradually built up the colors.
I then clear-emboss the sunflower and stamped some more with leaves and finally colored the background.
Lastly, about the sentiment, I stamped "Hello" from "Falling Leaves" because the space looks just right for my stamped image.
It only makes sense to dry-emboss with the Dainty Dasher Die ( available at Scrapbook.com) with the entire image. I highly recommend this shape die as you have probably seen that I used a dozen time this spring and summer. You can find them over Scrapbook.com HERE
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Love the technique on this card...so very artsy.
Such a beautiful flower, Virginia - you really know how to get the most from those cling flowers!!
This is beautiful! I LOVE the fall colors!
Just super for the Fall!
Virginia you've just created the most beautiful patterned paper for your sunflower!
I love this one, my friend...
Wonderful look to the flower and the background. Nice combination.
So pretty--love the colors.
I LOVE how you used this stamp, Virginia - the soft colors are FABULOUS!!!!
This is gorgeous, Virginia! Did you use ink pads or markers?
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