Hey there! Today I am here today to bring you a trio of cards created with this GORGEOUS background stamp from the Ton. The guys are so SIMPLE to make! Like seriously…
The stamp makes these cards! This new rose background stamp from The Ton is fantastic! It ranks up there with the Peony Garden background stamp I just love so much. To create these cards, I inked up the stamp with a few different color distress inks. Using the mini pads were helpful because I could get into all detailed areas of this stamp with the different colors (exact colors I used are linked at the end of this post). After I inked of the stamp, I sprayed it with some water and pressed my watercolored card panel (I used distress watercolored cardstock) onto the stamp. Then WITHOUT reinking the stamp, I pressed my cardstock onto the stamp two more times! I LOVE the look this leaves…… The intense color of the first one and then as the color fades a bit with each other stamped after….
To finish off the card sets, I stamped some sentiments from the Get it Girl stamp set with some Onyx Black pigment ink and then heat set it with some clear embossing powder to really make the sentiment pop against the background.
Thanks so much for stopping in today! I really appreciate it!
OH OH, speaking of The Ton, I have a card using the Ton’s new Grand Bows stamp set made exclusively for the StampNation Wednesday Challenge. If you aren’t part of StampNation, I encourage you to check it out! It’s a wonderful friendly community filled with tons of inspiration, challenges, videos, forums, galleries and more!
6 thoughts on “Rose Watercolored Card Set”
Beautiful card and stamp set. Love the sentiments too. Thank you for sharing.
Hi Laurel ~ These cards are gorgeous!! I’ve been addicted to Distress Inks (among other things) and love the effect they have when water is added. Thanks for sharing!!
just gorgeous Laurel. I can’t wait until I get mine.
This card is gorgeous and we are so happy that you are with us at SN! Such a happy, inspirational place!
Beautiful cards and the sentiments are really nice.
Oh wow! Can’t tell you how much I heart these bows and the snow fall effect on you blog photos! So awesome!! 🙂