Stamp Focus: Wishing You

by Aga

Hello, everyone! It’s Aga here and today I'd like to share with you a few quick and simple cards I made using a beautiful set called Wishing You Stamp Set.

4x6 Wishing You

It’s is a 4″x6″ clear stamp set containing 19 stamps, an artistically sketched daffodil and hummingbird along with unique sentiments. You can colour them with various colouring mediums and techniques. Here are some examples of what I created with this set.

For my first card, I decided to go for a simple one layer card. I stamped the daffodil flower with Forest Glade ink to create a floral background. Then I used markers to colour the images in.


To finish my card I stamped a sentiment in black and added some green splatters for additional detail.


For my next card, I stamped the whole daffodil flower with light grey (Silver Stone Crisp Dye Ink) and then I stamped it again (partially inked) to add another flower and leaves to my design.


After I coloured in the images I added some ink splatters and my sentiment.


For my last card I used the hummingbird stamp to create a background. I stamped it with black ink and I once again used markers to do the simple colouring.


To finish my card I added ink splatters and used the Bold Alphabet Die Set to create a ‘HI’ sentiment in the centre.


I hope you enjoyed these examples and you feel inspired to ink up this beautiful set! I can't wait to see what you create with it!

Thank you for stopping by today!
Have a great Monday and the rest of the week!

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Virginia Lu February 6, 2017 - 12:39 PM

Gorgeous samples with ” Wishing You”, Aga! What a feast for our eyes!

Bev February 6, 2017 - 12:53 PM

Lots of great techniques used on these cards. They definitely give a feeling of bright, warm and sunny springtime days just ahead. Thank you for sharing.

Therese February 6, 2017 - 5:01 PM

Gorgeous Aga!

Liz O February 7, 2017 - 1:08 AM

Gorgeous cards Aga! Thanks for the inspiration!


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