Tuesday, July 26, 2016

How to Create Cards with Stamps and Stencils


Extra Extra - read all about it -- I have TWO NEW SETS of stamps just released from Rubbermoon.  They are Build a Cosmos, and Build a Neighborhood.  I created both sets based on doodles and watercolors in my sketchbook, which I then played with in Photoshop.  Here's how they looked.


Kristen Powers at Rubbermoon turned them into the most delightful stamps!  Here are pics of the two sets:



You can also select some of the stamps individually, and they mix and match well.  Check out these cards I created with archival ink and Tombow markers:







Using ink techniques I learned from Marjie Kemper in her wonderful class on Craftsy, I created this card, and filmed my process.


You can also watch "Create a Card Using Inks, Stamps and Stencils" on YouTube here!



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9 comments:

  1. I love how you created that card. You always inspire me love your art ❤️❤️❤️

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  2. Thanks for sharing. I always love to learn.

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  3. I adore the sets and your finished products!!!

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  4. Love your new stamps so much I already hopped over and bought them! I badly needed new stamps for art journaling and couldn't resist the celestial and whimsical designs. Congrats on the new sets!

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  5. These are delightful! I recognized them as yours right away!

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  6. Such happy and beautiful cards. You know I'm a fan of yours. I love all you do.

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  7. Jessica!! I simply adore your images, and this video was great for helping me to decide which stamps to use - pretty much any! lol You're a dream!

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  8. How gorgeous they are and how unusual. Great card too.

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  9. Congratulations on your new stamp designs! How exciting. I love the variety of colors on the houses and faces. Thank you for the shout-out for my Craftsy class, my friend.

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