The Hearts Stamp Set consists of lots of different styled hearts in various sizes, from simple stitched hearts through to collage flourish hearts! There are lots of different ways you can use these stamps for card making, art journaling, scrapbooking, Valentine's Day, wedding and engagement projects, Mother's Day or any other project!
Here’s a few different ways this stamp can be used.
For this first project, Rachel stamped some of the hearts onto white cardstock using Archival Vermillion ink, then trimmed around each heart and layered them across the red card base. The smaller hearts were adhered with double sided adhesive and the larger hearts were adhered with foam adhesive. Stamped the 'love' sentiment at the bottom right with Archival Jet Black ink to complete the card.
Godelieve has created an amazing card which turns into a lantern... it's so beautiful!
Details from Godelieve:
- I stamped a large heart with Archival Ink Vermilion on the front and the back of a regular card . I scored a line above and below the heart, so I could fold each side in two after cutting around the right side of the heart.
- "Love" is stamped with Archival Ink Plum.
- I sponged with Distress Ink Barn Door, taped the card together and decorated with ribbon and a metal tag.
- This can be sent in a regular envelope, but when you unfold it you can put it over a (battery operated) tea light.
Isn't this amazing!! Here is the back of the card too showing another heart.
Here is another card by Godelieve where she has stamped and embossed the heart in white embossing powder and watercoloured over the top with Distress Inks to create an embossing resist. The background was created the same way with the Friendship Word Block Stamp and the little round sentiment at the front is from the Simply Circles Stamp Set.
1. Cut a piece of lime green cardstock 14cm x 20cm. Fold in half to form the card base.
2. Cut a piece of smooth white cardstock 9.5cm x 13.5cm. Apply Fossilized Amber ink to the Crackle Texture Stamp and stamp on this piece. Heat set with clear embossing powder. Spritz the background with water. Press the Twisted Citron ink pad onto a stamping block. Lift the colour from the block with a soft wet paintbrush and wash the colour over the background. Add some flicks of colour and then dry with a heat gun. Ink the edges of this piece with the Twisted Citron ink.
3. Choose a cactus from the Cacti Stamp Set. Apply Fossilized Amber ink to the stamp and stamp on a separate piece of smooth white cardstock. Heat set with clear embossing powder. Paint the cactus with various Distress Ink colours. Dry with a heat gun and then fussy cut.
4. Stamp a heart from the Hearts Stamp Set onto the white cardstock using embossing ink and Peacock Feathers Ink. Heat set with clear embossing powder. Fussy cut the heart. Add some messy embroidery thread to the card front and then staple the heart over the top. Stick down the cactus using 3D foam.
5. Stamp the tiniest heart from the Hearts stamp set onto white cardstock using the Peacock feathers ink. Fussy cut and add them to the card front along with some sequins.
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