Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Scrapbooker to Cardmaker: Working with Flourish Stamps


Today continues the Scrapbooker to Cardmaker series. Last time the videos talked about stamps and inks you might start with if you are new to stamping.  If you are new to stamping or just want to make a card, there is a video link below.

Few things are as versatile as a good flourish stamp.  This card works with the large flourish stamp in the Baroque Motifs stamp set from Stampin' Up!  The video below goes through this card step by step.

I've used this stamp many times for cards here on my blog.  Here are links to a couple more:

This card uses the same stamps as above with some pastels thrown in.  You could use a soft distress ink if you didn't have pastels.











This one uses the same technique as the sample above except it is embossed with clear rather than gold powder.  It creates a tone-on-tone look in an usual color combo: 









Watch at YouTube


Here are some of the products used today:




     
         
                                                               
         
       
     
         
                                                               
         
       
     
         
                                                               
         
       






Add a little flourish to your next card.  Thanks for watching!

Ingredients: Stamps:  Baroque Motifs; All Holidays (greeting) by Stampin' Up!
Cardstock: Perfect Plum by Stampin' Up!; Lilac by Papertrey Ink
Embossing Powder: Gold by Stampin' Up!
Ink:  Versamark
Brad:  Vintage by Stampin' Up!
Rhinestones:  Hobby Lobby jewelry department

1 comment:

  1. I really love flourishes.
    I am loving your pink card. They are all beautiful, but I seem to be on a pinky kick lately :)

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