Trust Your Crazy Ideas .... In Every Single Way! By Amanda Pink


Hi Everyone

Welcome to my Thursday weekly DT post.

I have a few more cards to share with you today that I have created using some of AALL and Creates newly released stamps designed by Bipasha. If you are a fan of this brands products be sure to pop by the shop (here) to see the range on offer.  You'll find there's bargains to be had too as some of the stamps have been marked down, in some cases as much as 50%!!

Here are the cards I have created

Trust your crazy ideas... every single way

The backgrounds were actually taken from my ever growing 'saved background' stash. They were mono prints that I created at the same time I created my 'Lace Love' card which can be seen here.

I stamped each of the stamp designs in the centre of the two monoprint panels I chose to work with and then stamped some of the design around the sides of each of the panels.

 I made a focal feature of the centrally stamped image by stamping the image onto a panel of white card and inking around the edges of the card with Distress ink.
I used one of the leftover monoprints to highlight some of the features of the stamp design.

To  finished off each of the cards I added a small talk sticker .

Products used:

Mixed Media Paper
White Card
Black Card
White Acrylic Paint
Dina Wakley Heavy Body Acrylic Paints: Lime, Lemon, Ocean
Tim Holtz Distress Inks: Twisted Citron
Tsukineko Versafine Ink: Black Onyx
That's Crafty! Multi- Surface Adhesive
AALL and Create Stamps: (A7): #292 Scripts, #293 Squared Digits designed by Bipasha
That's Crafty! 6x6 Stencil: Lace (TC600023)
Tim Holtz Small Talk Stickers
Stamping Platform
Paper Trimmer
Distress Spray Bottle

Thanks for stopping by today. Wishing you a creative week ahead
Take care

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  1. These are both absolutely gorgeous Amanda. Love how you used the printing leftovers as that's a favourite with me too and the simple black stamping looks great on them. The focal panels look perfect too.
    Fliss xx

  2. These are brilliant Amanda, love the colours and your gorgeous backgrounds! xxx

  3. Sometimes, backgrounds seem to create themselves--like "mop-up" pages when using a gel plate. It's a big plus for me to use them later (at times, MUCH later) in cardmaking. Love your cards here, Amanda, as well as the Lace Love card, which I missed first time around. Bravo, my friend!

  4. Really great colours here, and I'm enjoying those scribbly stamps a lot, especially the one with the book text on - very cool.
    Alison x


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