I stamped the bear image first in center. Using masking paper I stamped the bear again and covered so I could create this fun feather wreath around the bear. Stamp the feather image twice on masking paper and trim. Stamp cover..stamp cover. You can use the same masking paper several times.
Using: Tribal Bear Stamp Set; Tribal Thank You Stamp Set; Tribal Bear DieShelly Kurth
I started by stamping on my leaves on multiple post it notes and cutting them out for the masks. After, I stamped my first leaf on my card where I wanted it. Then used a mask and stamped on my next leaf. I continued this process until I was happy with the amount of leaves I had and being sure to leave some space to add my monkeys in.
Using: Willy Stamp Set; Faye Stamp Set; Willy & Friends Stamp Set; Leafy Stamp SetLaura Jane
Die cuts from A Bunch made the perfect masks for the floral background.
Using: A Bunch Stamp Set; A Bunch Die; Pattern Play Stamp Set; Willy and Friends Stamp Set; Willy and Friends Die; Holiday Label 1 Die; Doily Circle Stamp Set--- Thank you for sharing with us, ladies! We love the variety in how you have applied the masking technique! Such inspiration! Join us by linking your projects here! Find time to create and make something today!
- Repetition is not some fancy concept graphic designers invented. It’s been on beautiful nature for thousands of years. Think about the rings on a tree trunk, flower petals, honeycomb
- It can give some stunning results when wisely applicated to architecture
- One thing that can make repetition visually powerful is introducing an element of rupture. Think about a “one of a kind” inspired card…
- Who knew that a bunch of trashed green bottles could be so pleasing to the eye? Once again, repetition in concept and color is the key factor here.
- One last example, this time to repetition applied to graphic design. Here, the designer played with color and placement. Isn’t it amazing how a simple bird shape can convey such a great and clear message?
[Video] Stamped Flowers with Hand-drawn Detail - Mayline JungWatch it below or in HD on our Youtube Channel http://youtu.be/FD3sdBtQprM Here are some more cards using the same technique. I hope you like my card and are inspired to add hand-drawn details to your stamped images! - Mayline Thank you for sharing these beautiful cards with us today, Mayline! You are so talented! Find time to create and make something today!
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Winner for Tombow + Waffle Flower Blog HopThank you to everyone who joined us in this fun hop! The random winner drawn from comments left on all of our blogs is: Congrats Brithzi! Please contact us via the following email to claim your prize:
Card 1: CelebrateYana stamped the solid banner on the lower right of the white panel in yellow and the "Celebrate" sentiment in black on top. This pop of color ties the sentiment back to the flower bouquet (from A Bunch Stamp Set), which is also colored in pink/yellow. Yana also heat embossed the flowers in silver to add more pizazz to her card. Did you notice that Yana left the top portion of her card blank? This "white space" leaves room for your eyes to rest and makes the focal stand out even more.
Card 2 CongratsOn her second card, Yana paired the sentiment with our Rosette Hearts Templates Die. This "front and center" design is a great way to showcase a handmade embellishment. Did you notice the solid banner peeking behind the rosettes? Adorable little details can add a lot to a clean and simple card!
Card 3 YippeeYana took the solid banner stamp from Congrats Stamp Set further by stamping a background on her third card! We love that she bent the sides of the heart shaped balloons for some extra dimension! Thank Yana for sharing these three cheerful cards with us today! Check out Yana's awesome video showing you step-by-step how she created theses cards! Find time to create and make something today!
[Video] Faux Painting Technique with Tombow MarkersWatch it below or in HD on our Youtube Channel. After diecutting the flowers I "painted" with the brush tips of the Dual Brush Pens (from Soda Shop Set), I stamped the flowers with stems (from A Bunch Stamp Set) on a A2 card base and adhered the flowers in place. I used the bullet brush tips to draw the three lines at top for perfect color matching! On the second card, I also used the bullet tip of the pink pen to draw the lines on a card base. I then adhered a piece of blue cardstock to the bottom of the card and die cut a circle layer from Flower Circles Die to mat the flower and sentiment (from A Bunch Stamp Set). Fun and easy, right? :)
Hop ListStop by all participating blogs for more inspiration on using Waffle Flower stamps and dies with Tombow pens and adhesives!
GiveawaysWe are giving away a set of Doily Square Die and Doily Square Stamp Set. Leave a comment on all participating blogs for your chances to win! Enter by June 2! Tombow is giving away a set of Bright Dual Brush Pens, the Tombow Mono Aqua Liquid Glue, Tombow Adhesive Dots and Tombow Foam Tape. Check out the giveaway details on Tombow Blog! Thank you for stopping by! Happy crafting!
Guest Spot Winner
There are so many beautiful details on Beth's card! We love the copic shading, the tinny tiny white dots on the petals and the randomly stamped background! To see how Beth created this card, check out her VIDEO!
More Fun Challenge
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