Welcome to this month’s Creation Station Blog Hop where we are sharing a whole variety of stamp sets. Our theme is Artistic Expressions and I couldn’t think of a nicer set to share than Abstract Impressions.
If you’ve joined the hop here then welcome and if you’ve hopped on over from the lovely Sara Nell Langland then I’m sure you’ve already been spoilt so some great inspiration already.
I am about to share some inspiration using Abstract Impressions and two cards from a recent class of mine using this set. It’s a gorgeous set that anyone can use. From the new comer to the avid crafter and you’ll equally create some beautiful work.
Don’t you just love this sentiment? I can think of so many who I’d sent this card to to cheer up right now. I adore these randomly stamped flowers. Petal Pink and Calypso Coral, either stamped with first generation ink, or second, having stamped off first to lighted the colour.
This set offers 3 Step stamping. I love how you can rather randomly stamp the layers and still create a beautiful looking flower. You really don’t need to be an artist or even the best stamper for this set.
See how the sentiment is two tone in colour? This is so easy to achieve.
I inked up the sentiment in Garden Green, before stamping off once and re-inking just the bottom line. This gave a two tone effect, using the same colour. Such a simple little touch, but one that I think adds a real sense of flair.
The opening for this box is really quite interesting and offers something a little differently. A great little box for those trinket gifts that come wrapped in tissue paper.
Add some DSP to the outside of the box and a ribbon and you’re well on the way to a beautifully embellished gift box.
Well I hope I’ve inspired you to get two and three step stamping and creating some beautiful flowers with this effective stamping technique. Before you head off to put the kettle on, hop on forwards to see what the lovely Kerstin Kreuzer has to share with us today.
Happy hopping and thanks for hopping by today. Do leave us a comment if you like what you’ve seen. It always helps.