Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Studio Calico: Poet Society + Stamp Add-Ons

Hi! I'm back with a couple more projects using Studio Calico's September Kit Poet Society and a few of the Stamp Add-On kits.  My first card uses the Circles Add-On.

HeyCircles

I stamped using various colors of ink then cut them out and arranged them on the grey background. I really love how to the colors pop! I wanted each circle to be different so I added different embellishments to each one.

HeyCircles_detail

For my second card I used the sentiment from the Jar Stamp Set and created a quilt card.  I pulled out the flower papers from the Card Kit because I thought they would look like a quilt my grandmother might have.  It was very easy to create the quilt pattern and I will share a tutorial on how I did this in a couple days.

GratitudeQuilt

I heat embossed the sentiment in copper embossing powder and added hand stitching around the edge to finish off the quilt look.

GratitudeQuilt_detail

This next card uses the Cactus Stamp Add-On set.  I masked off a circle in the bottom right corner and used some Mister Huey's to spray my background, leaving a white circle to highlight my image.

MiCasaCacti

I stamped and colored my cacti and cut them out layering them together with different thicknesses of foam squares to create a dimensional image.

MiCasaCacti_detail

The last card I have to share today uses the Main Card Kit.  I stamped the diamond in versamark ink and embossed them in silver embossing powder then I applied a coat of stickles glitter overtop.

YoureAGem

The sentiment is stamped and cut out of a darker card stock so that it will stand out against the lighter background.

YoureAGem_detail

Thanks for stopping by today.  You can find the September kits HERE.  


1 comment:

  1. Love the quilt card! Looks like my grandmother's quilt! Can't wait to see how you did this one!

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