Wednesday, May 5, 2021

4 Cards ~ Monochromatic stamping ~ flowers & vellum

Monochromatic stamping makes for easy card making.  Today, on the Unity blog, I am sharing four coordinating Mother's Day cards using stamping, ink, vellum and cardstock.  But, almost any stamp themes will work.

Sentiment:  Happy Mother's Day

Making a set of simple cards is easy using monochromatic stamping and changing out the background colors for the same card layout.

Helpful tips:

Here are helpful tips for making these coordinating cards using monochromatic stamping.  To begin, pre-cut and stamp 4 sentiment panels onto vellum or cardstock.  If preferred, add a white cardstock piece behind the vellum cuts.  Next, using a stamp positioning tool, stamp the background onto 4 different color cardstock panels using the coordinating ink color for each.  A similar look can be achieved by using watermark ink onto color cardstock.  Then, trim or die-cut the background panels to fit over the card base.  Finally, layer and assemble each card with the same lace trim and embellishments.

This is another look at the set.

I made a quick video tutorial showing the process for this project.
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Also, flat and foam double-sided tape, My Creative Time rectangle frame die layers, My Favorite Things premium dye ink pads in caribbean sea, grape jelly, poppin' pink & lemon drop and cardstock in grapesicle, cotton candy, summer splash & lemon chiffon; Papertrey Ink vellum cardstock, StazOn black ink pad, gold glitter paper, Gina K. Designs connect glue, lace, original Misti, Fiskars paper trimmer.

Be sure to visit the Unity blog for the entire article and tutorial.
Also, you can find my other features at Unity's
Technique Time and
Watercolor Wednesday.

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