Hi Honey Bees! It’s Lisa here from Happy Paper & Ink to share my newest cards created by stamping with Gelatos and Distress Inks. I received the new release stamps and was so excited to play around with them, I created a couple of cards for this blog post.
The first card I grabbed the Special Delivery Stamp set, Gelatos and my Distress sprayer.
I used the gelatos to create the background. Rubbing the gelato all over the cardstock & then wiping a baby wipe over the top so that it blended the color in.
Once the background was completed, I used the lips stamp to stamp on the background. I first used Memento Rose Bud ink, then I used the hot pink Gelato on the stamp as “ink”. This gave the background a multi-colored look.
Finally, I stamped the Sending Kisses sentiment and framed out the card in black Bazzill cardstock.
Here is the finished card that I added a Baker’s twine bow to finish it off.
Now, really quick I wanted to mention Honey Bee Stamps newest addition to their line. The 2×2 stamps. These are so awesome! They can be used for so many different types of cards or layouts. Here is a quick 5 minute Project Life card that I put together to show how cute this stamp is!!
For this card, I used the Lotus Blossom stamp, Memento Tangelo Ink and Distress Inks in Dried Marigold and Wild Honey.
Once that was finished, I stamped out the image to decide which color I liked, ultimately going with the Tangelo & Dandelion Inks from Memento. I used the Distress Ink in Wild Honey to create the background color. Once the background was finished, I stamped the image several times with both colors across the card randomly. I also used the two Tangelo stamped images from my tester sheet to paint with Distress Ink & Fussy Cut.
I stamped the sentiment “Love This Moment” from the Cherish Stamp set. I used pop dots to attach the sentiment and the fussy cut flowers. This was a quick card that turned out cute. Scrapbooking made simple for sure!!!
Thank you for stopping by & I hope you take a look at all the new stamps that are available now http://www.HoneyBeeStamps.com