Hello Crafty Friends,
How have you been? It's been a while since i tried my hands on any new brand of stamps.
Today, I am sharing few cards with Waffle Flower stamp set - Riverside. The quality of the stamps is really good and they take inks very well. Plus the set has many small images which helps in creating a scene.
Most of them are outline stamps so stamping with waterproof ink and colouring with water colours was an obvious choice. But I went a little off and stamped them on pattern paper, fussy cut all and assembled them on a water coloured background.
I stamped some trees and fussy cut few to give variation. Sentiment is by MamaElephant.
For the next card I used that little bunny. It is looking at the sky...kinda sad and lost ! Set has sentiment too which says " wish you were here" .
So I decided to paint the night sky with various distress inks and stamped few stars & added splatter with Perfect Pearl. I painted the hill, stamped bunny and coloured it with copic. I used cloud stamp as thought bubble to frame my sentiment and hand drew those tiny dots.
Those pine trees were calling for a Christmas card. So for next one, I stamped two trees with Altenew inks, hand drew lights. I used embossing pen (RANGER-Perfect Pen) on bulbs and clear embossed them.
I used SSS stencil and Mod Podge Clay to mimic snow in the background. Sentiment is from my stash.
For the next card
I used river stamp (solid image) for building my back ground. I stamped it multiple times with very light inks. Sentiment is a wood veneer by Studio Calico. Simple right?
For next one, I decided to use that tiny jar and fire flies. It is really tiny so I stamped multiple of then in a line, added a strip of gold CS as a shelf & coloured inside of jar with yellow distress ink.
The sentiment ( by reverse confetti) ties the whole card together.
Lastly, 2 tiny fish, 3 little hearts and a simple sentiment...
...makes this adorable tag.
I have tried to use all those tiny stamps and make distinctively different cards. Hope you will enjoy them. That is all for today...keep crafting!