Video : Using Small Stamps!

Today I have a video to share showing just one idea on how to use those smaller stamps that come in stamp sets.  And this one is a really pretty stamp set from Penny Black that has some wonderful sketchy flowers, so I thought a watercolour effect might be a good combo.

You can see my video here or Watch it in HD at Youtube.

Happy Birthday - Detail
Happy Birthday – Detail
Happy Birthday
Happy Birthday

Hope you are having a fabulous day!

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Other Supplies:  Kuretake Gansai Tambi – May Green, Ocean Green, Pale Aqua, Turquoise Green, Deep Blue.  Cardstock – scrap of Navy Blue.

22 thoughts on “Video : Using Small Stamps!

  1. Ohh Therese this is so pretty, love how you have done the background and that wonderful finishing touch with the embossed sentiment on the blue card. Looks brilliant.

  2. I think I’ve mentioned this before, but your videos are so well done, and I really enjoy watching them. I will definitely try this technique soon. I love the soft blue hues, and the neutral wash you’ve given this card. And the gold splatters and dots are the perfect finishing touch. Beautiful card! : ) Happy Valentine’s day!

  3. Beautiful – just love it, and your video was great (I don’t understand why there are thumbs down on YT – people must hit the wrong thumb!
    I have never been a fan of the ATG guns, with or without time – LOL

  4. Beautiful, Therese … so elegant … it’d make gorgeous wallpaper for an accent wall!! Yay for the ATG … I find the adhesive is affected by heat … the warmer it is, the better it sticks (within reason!!) … if you have AC, it may be a bit cool! Hugs, Anita 🙂

  5. Such a great idea!
    sorry I am a bit late with my comments we had some really hectic days..started to go through all my blog posts I still had to see…

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