It is a busy week on the blog :) I am back with our next introducing post which today is a very on trend halftone background. This stamp can be used to create a variety of looks. I have a couple of cards to share with you:
I used the stamp around the edges of the card base in light grey and die cut a heart out of the background in red/pink. The sentiment is from a stamp set that we are going to be sharing with you tomorrow :) I also inked around the edge of the square panel to provide a bit more definition.
I stamped the halftone background in dark grey and blue and die cut stars from them. I white embossed a Uniko sentiment from All Occasions Sentiments #2 which goes perfectly with the stars.
This stamp will go with lots of images - I particularly like the dimension you get from die cutting it!
I have another introducing post for you tomorrow. In the meantime, there is lots more inspiration for you over at the Uniko blog.
Thanks for stopping by,
Both cards are totally awesome. Love the DT's inspiration for using it.ReplyDelete
Hugs, Sarn xxx
Ooh like the framed idea in the first card! And love the awesome second card too! XReplyDelete
Super! I really like that you show how versatile the stamp is with both cards! Great work. xxReplyDelete
two really brilliant cards!!...love them, really clever use of that stamp.ReplyDelete
Awesome! Such a brilliant showcase of this stamp. Loving it on both the heart and stars.ReplyDelete
You've WOWed again with your awesome designs Sarah, super delicate and clever colour combo on the first and love the framed look there plus your 'AWESOME' star-studded card is just perfect for showcasing this stamp set. Hope your week's going ok. xReplyDelete
Yes indeed, this Background Blocks Halftone is laden with possibilities, as you've clearly shown here with your frame, heart and stars! Awesome...totally!ReplyDelete
Your first card looks like a framed work to me, it is lovely. The stars on the second one came out stunning with the halftones.ReplyDelete
Love the feminine masculine showcase of this set and the background you have created on your first - genius. An awesome showcase of this set. Thank you Hugs Bev xReplyDelete