Layer Technique For Hand Stamped Cards Posted by Christine Miller on Sep 28, 2013 | first stamp the center of the Sunflower Stamp, then stamp the flower in the background. Turn the center of the flower so it is actually in the opposite direction of the background flower. The background flower looks great even though it is not lined up perfectly.
This is the first time I've used this beautiful background stamp but it sure won't be the last! We made this card at my Card Clubs this month. Isn't it lovely? We see lots of these on the side of the highways around our area. I love how they follow the sun; each and every day! We inked the Sunflower image first in Crushed Curry ink. Then we used a sponge dauber to add some Tangerine Tango to the inked...
SUO79 The SUO challenge this time is to use your favorite technique. I would have to say my all time favorite on would have to be emboss resist and doing it on dsp just gives it a whole different look.
Faux Tile is such a simple technique – score your cardstock into squares with the Simply Scored Scoring Tool (122334) or use a ruler and stylus to make similar score lines. The squares on this card are each 1". Then stamp directly onto the scored cardstock.