Today we are sharing lots of fabulous card ideas using the Tulips Photo Stamp!
Michelle Morrison from Michelle's Cards & Stamps has created this beautiful card by colouring the Tulips Photo Stamp with copic markers. The background has been shaded with Distress Inks.
For this card, Michelle used Distress Markers to colour the tulips. The background was shaded with Distress Inks in this card too.
I love how this card looks - you wouldn't even know it started from a stamp! Michelle stamped the Tulips Photo Stamp onto cardstock, then covered the tulips with texture paint to create the texture. After it had dried, the image was then coloured with Copic Markers. Here's a close up of the textured details:
Isn't it beautiful!
Godelieve Tijskens has also created a few cards to share using the Tulips Photo Stamp. This first one was created by using Distress Markers directly onto the stamp, then spritzing it with water before stamping onto watercolour cardstock. It's a fabulous technique and looks amazing with this stamp!
If you love using coloured pencils, take a look at this next card where Godelieve has used coloured pencils to shade and colour the stamped image:
Lastly, here's a different take on the stamp, by cutting out the background of the stamp (around the tulips) and then adhering it to black cardstock, it makes the tulips really stand out!
As you can see, the Tulips Photo Stamp is very versatile and creates beautiful cards!
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Tulips Photo Stamp Card Ideas