A Challenge Issued

May 09, 2018 0 Comments

Hi all, Vicki here from All I Do Is Stamp.   I was issued a challenge from Cindy [owner], who sent me the fun stamp set, Totally Tracy, Dotted Swirls, and asked me to create with it. I love this type of challenge!

Let’s start with the stamp set;

Here are a couple of cards I created with this awesome set;

For this card, I stamped the background [using the swirls], and using my MISTI, I stamped the white panel for a continuation of the swirl design.  Once I adhered the panels on to the card base, I used the Congrats Layer die for the sentiment.


For this 2nd card, I sprayed an inked background, and added some metallic paint through a stencil, and then, I stamped the swirls.  Once all that was done, I cut out a circle, added a framework, and stamped a sentiment from Bright Birthday. A basic mixed media type of card.



That’s it for today.  I’ll be back in a couple of weeks with the last card I made from the Totally Tracy, Dotted Swirls set.


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