February 24, 2017

Thinking About You Card with A Background Stamp

Hey, everyone! Today I am sharing how I used the Brutus Monroe Rose Garden background stamp on a card. Sometimes background stamps can be intimidating, especially when trying to figure out how to use them on cards. So I thought I would share one of my favorite ways to use background stamps.

I first cut a piece of Alabaster Cardstock a little bigger than 4" x 6" so I knew the stamp would fit the cardstock piece. Then using a dauber I randomly started blending some Brutus Monroe Heather Surface Ink into the cardstock but leaving some areas white. In the white areas, I then blended in some Brutus Monroe Sea Surface Ink until I covered the entire piece of cardstock.

Then I stamped the Brutus Monroe Rose Garden stamp with some Brutus Monroe Embossing Ink and embossed it with Alabaster Ultra Fine Embossing Powder. Cut down my cardstock piece to the size of the background stamp and cut it into equal sized strips and adhered to a card base with dimensional foam tape.

I then stamped the "you" stamp from the Brutus Monroe Butterfly Sentiment Stamp Set with the Embossing Ink and embossed it with Gilded Ultra Fine Embossing Powder and die cut it out. Then stamped the "Thinking About" sentiment with the Sea Surface Ink. Adhered the sentiments to the front of my card with dimensional foam tape and added a few sequins.

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Interested in the products I used? To make them easy for you to find, I have listed them below. Some of the links used are affiliated links, which means I receive a small commission (at no additional cost to you, what so ever!!) when you click on my links and make a purchase from their store. Affiliate and product disclosure can be found here. This project was created for and sponsored by Brutus Monroe.

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