Video: Vintage Roses Stamped Pattern

by yana.smakula

Hello friends! This is Yana and I have a new video tutorial to share.

I love to create my own unique stamped patterns and I find Altenew stamps to be perfect for this. Today I'm using Vintage Roses (with a bit of Vintage Flowers) to stamp one of a kind vintage fabric-like pattern for my cards. Don't worry, I'm sharing lots of tips and showing you in detail how you can re-stamp identical pattern yourself.

Altenew Video: Vintage Roses Stamped Pattern

To learn how to create today's cards, please watch my video tutorial below. You can also watch it on Youtube:

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To save time while stamping my pattern instead of stamping each flower from start to finish one by one I batch-stamped everything.

First, I stamped the base layer of 3 roses making sure to leave enough room for the leaves. Next I stamped the base layer of the leaves and added leaf details. I only did 2 layers as I didn't want the 3rd layer to be too dark and distracting on my project.

Altenew Video: Vintage Roses Stamped Pattern

Next I added 2nd and 3rd layers to my flowers. Overall, it took me about 15 minutes to stamp one pattern. I also die cut a basic shape in the pattern to be a spotlight for the sentiment. I went with simple Hello from the Super Script stamp set (I also used a matching die) and also a few sentiments from Painted Butterflies set to complete these cards.

Altenew Video: Vintage Roses Stamped Pattern

In case you are wondering what colors of ink I used, here is the list: Blush, Frosty Pink, Cotton Candy for one of the flowers and also Perfect Peach, Rouge and Blush once again for another flower. For the leaves instead of traditional greens I used lighter blues – Sea Glass and Ocean Waves.

Yana Smakula

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Susi June 7, 2016 - 09:07

Yana, this is so soft & beautiful!

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Anne Sturgeon June 7, 2016 - 09:39

Definitely worth the time. Lovely and I do enjoy your video’s

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Kathy Britain June 7, 2016 - 12:43

I love this card Yana! Thank you for sharing this technique!

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Clara June 7, 2016 - 13:06

Beautiful card and great technique!

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Deborah Moss June 7, 2016 - 13:34

Hello Yana! Although quite a bit of work, it is fun and beautiful. Thank you for sharing your creativity and being an inspiration to many of us.

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maria f. June 7, 2016 - 14:55

Delightful.

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Dottie June 7, 2016 - 18:03

I have been watching oodles of your tutorials and have been learning and delighted in all of them. Lately the new Altenew layering stamp sets have intrigued me as they are gorgeous and a lot of bang for the buck! Thanks for your work in the joy of Cardmaking we all share!

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Jill H. June 8, 2016 - 09:55

So pretty!

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Taunya Butler June 9, 2016 - 10:55

Yana – this is breathtaking and so beautiful!! I must say definitely – YOU INSPIRE ME – to be a better card maker and to be more creative!!

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Celeste Goff June 9, 2016 - 12:53

Gorgeous and feminine card Yana!

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Chark June 13, 2016 - 17:10

thanks for the video–I find multi-stamping like this to be difficult, I can’t make it look good together, but thanks to the video, I’m going to give it another shot!

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