Pretty funny, huh?
Today's card is sort of a technique. I used scraps to stamp an image and added the color with a rubber brayer. Directions follow...
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I used leftover pieces of glossy cardstock. You can see that each strip is a different width, so don't worry about measuring first. If you haven't played with glossy cs, you're missing a real treat. It's very versatile and produces some neat effects.
- take several leftover pieces of glossy cardstock - In this sample I used 3 strips - don't worry about the sizes, we'll trim it down later.
- adhere the back of cardstock to your work area with repositional adhesive to keep it stationary while stamping, leaving a slight gap between each strip of cardstock.
- load a rubber brayer with ink - I used an autumn spectrum pad and brayer over the glossy cardstock
- ink image with black ink and stamp on cs - use a steady hand so the image does not blur.
- remove the stamped pieces of cardstock from your work area and trim as desired to even borders on the sides, top and bottom.
- mount onto a second piece of cardstock - this sample uses black - then mount onto your card. Finis!
What I really like about this method is that I am able to utilize small strips and pieces of cardstock that would never be large enough for an entire stamped image. And the effect is nice.