Warning: photo-heavy post
It is my turn to share multiple projects with one stamp set over Altenew Card Blog. I am delighted to share three projects with "A Little Bit of Love".
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This thoughtful and trendy stamp set set conveys the perfect images and sentiment reflecting a time like now. I hope this handy guide on this stamp set prompts you to get creative!
A brief intro about this stamp set: "The set features two female hands and two male hands shaped to form a heart. Both sets of hands can be mixed and matched to create varieties of adorable hand hearts. Color them in with your favorite markers or paint, or use our convenient Simple Coloring Stencils to easily blend ink over the images. This set is finished off with lots of sweet sentiments just perfect for Valentine's Day, anniversaries, birthdays, and more!".
The more I play with the stamp set, the more ideas that I came up with. Let's get started!
My first card really shows that you can change up the stamp and make it your own. I decided to use just one of the hands holding flowers.
For the hand, I applied Vanilla Cream and Sunray with the A little Bit of Love Simple Coloring Stencil. I stamped the outlines with Caramel Toffee. I can't say enough about this stencil because it truly makes coloring a super simple task! The details are amazing, down to those tiniest fingernail colors!
The size and length of Craft-a-Flowers Snowdrops fit into the hand so nicely. The colors of the tiny hearts are Parrot, R 603 Puffy Heart, R217 Velvet (Artist Markers).
You must now check out your stash and find out which flower sets are suitable for the lovely hand! You can also use both hands as either way work beautifully!
For my next card, I paired it up with Illusion Heart Die Set.
This card is great for celebrating love and friendship. It is ideal to send to someone special that lives far away.
I then popped up the entire piece up with foam paper. Underneath it, I added Silky Lilac Metallic Thread and Pure White Sequins.
For skin colors, I used Pink Pearl, Caramel Toffee and Espresso. Aren't those colors yummy together?
What do you think? Do you have a favorite? Which card sparks your creativity? Please feel free to comment and let me know. Visit Altenew Card Blog HERE. Thank you for stopping by!