Hi there! I am pleased as punch to be guest designing with The Foiled Fox again. Be sure to check out their store and their blog for loads of inspiration. Have you seen the Triangle Turnaround stamp from Concord & 9th? Holy smokes. Amazing…… You can stamp it four times to create the same pattern I did on today’s card, or you can stamp it just one, two or three times to get a different look! I love the 4 stamped result so that’s what I am sharing with you today, along with a video! The key to this is to make sure you turn the stamp the same direction each time. Also using the MISTI stamping tool sure made it easy! I also have several pictures below showing different color combinations and what it would look like stamping it one, two, three and finally four times… 🙂 But first….. The video.
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As you can see, I did some stamping with Distress Oxides today. I just love them! You can pile color on top of color without getting mud as long as your DRY the ink in between. I show that in the video! And of course, you know me, water droplets just were calling my name! So onto the butterfly they went! 🙂
How fun would it be to create different colored background panels… Make a whole bunch to have on hand when you need to pull a quick card together! Or make a card set with different color schemes on each card… Heat emboss some of the triangles even! Lots of possibilities! I hope they make more background turnarounds because I think this stamp set is amazing! Here are few backgrounds with different combinations:
And a quick look of what the stamp looks like stamped out in stages…
In case you can’t view the GIF file, or it bugs you in some way because it moves, a still shot.
Thanks so much to the folks at Foiled Fox for letting me crash their blog again! I heart them!
Goodies used (all can be found at the Foiled Fox, no affiliate links used):