Floral Stamped Cards With And Without Colouring

Happy Thursday!

It's Shabneez here showcasing the beautiful CrafTangles floral stamp sets in different ways - whether you like colouring or not!


For my first card I used the CrafTangles Just A Note stamp set.  I stamped the image onto water colour card and used my Zig Clean Colour Pens.


I used a water brush pen to shade the petals and leaves after putting on the colour with the Zig Pens.  I die cut part of the card away at the top with a border die and stamped a sentiment from the same stamp set.  I added a black strip of card and used a paper from the CrafTangles Vintage Rosette paper pad.

Next up is a card that requires no colouring at all!  I found the floral stamp sets to be very detailed thus producing a very crisp image that really doesn't require colouring.


I used the same stamp set as my previous card but didn't colour it.  I masked the image and used distress inks to make the blended background, spritzing with some water.  I added a die cut with a stamped sentiment from the same set to finish and backed it onto a black card blank.

For my final card I opted to use kraft card.  I find it lends itself so well to coloured pencils and so I used my Chameleon pencils.


I find Chameleon pencils very easy to use as they have colours that go together on one pencil so  you just flip your pencil to shade.  They have a creamy texture that makes colouring such joy!  For this card I used the CrafTangles Celebrate You stamp set.

Once I finished colouring I die cut the image, added a sentiment from the same set and created a border using a stitched die.

So there we have it, three different ways in which you can use your floral stamps.  I do hope you'll give them a go!

See you again next week!


Products Used:
CrafTangles Photopolymer Stamps - Just a NoteCrafTangles Scrapbook Paper Pack - Vintage Rosette (6"x6")CrafTangles Photopolymer Stamps - Celebrate You

MFT Stitched Basic Edges
Chameleon Pencils
Kuretake Zig Clean Color Pens
Everything else from my stash

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