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Fun with New Ribbons and Stamps

by mudra craftstamps
Hi! Nandini here, with some more inspiration from the July release. If you haven’t checked it out, you head here to see all the amazing new products.



Card 1:
One of the most exciting products in the July release is the
dyeable ribbon. It is an amazing and unique product. I had to try it out and
here is my card.


I decided to colour my ribbon with alcohol markers. I pulled
out a bunch of them and cut my ribbon into small pieces – around 2½ inches
long. Just a few swipes with the marker and I had a beautiful, evenly coloured ribbon!
You can also use other mediums like distress inks, dye inks, sprays etc for colouring
these ribbons. Now you can have matching ribbons for any project without having
to keep loads of stock. Here is a closer look at them.
To assemble, I took a piece of cardstock trimmed to 2 x 5½
inches and adhered the ribbons to it. I trimmed off the excess and glued the
panel to an ivory card base. The flowers are from the new Bloomy Days stamp set
which is the latest layered set from Mudra. I love this set. It is beautiful
and also very easy to line up. I stamped the flowers in shades of yellow and
red and fussy cut them. I popped them up on some foam tape and adhered them to
the card base. The sentiment is from the Carnations stamp set. I added a few clear couture sequins as the final touch.


Here is the completed card again.



Card 2:
I love layered floral stamp sets. And Mudra has some of the
best! They are beautifully designed, easy to line up and easy on the pocket
too! I decided to create a monochromatic card.
I took a piece of white cardstock and randomly stamped the
images in shades of purple. I used the flower and leaf stamps. The small
bud is from the Sweet Rose stamp set. 
The sentiment is from the Carnations stamp set. I stamped it
and then heat embossed it with white embossing powder.
To finish, I trimmed the panel and adhered it to a purple
card base. The sentiment panel is popped up foam tape for extra dimension.
Here is the completed card.


Card 3:
Cherry Blossom is another new addition to the Mudra family.
I love the delicate blooms on this stamp set. They would look beautiful
coloured with watercolours or markers. I decided to make a more festive card.

I started with a panel of red cardstock and stamped the
image a few times with embossing ink. I then added metallic silver, gold, and
copper embossing powders. This is a very easy technique and always looks
striking. Just add the powders one at a time to sections with a small spoon and
pour off on a piece of scrap paper.
The sentiment is from the Christmas Decor stamp set. I
stamped it with black pigment ink and then heat embossed with clear embossing
powder.


Here is another look at the card.



Products Used:

 




India
Crafters Corner, India
Hndmd
The Craft Shop
Anandha Stationary
Hindustan Trading Company
Starbox, Chennai
Nagashri Arts, Bangalore
Connect4sale, Chennai

International

Kat Scrappiness
The Craft Store, Srilanka
Papercurves, UAE
Vivian Crafts, UAE
Scrapbook Boutique, Australia
Wild Warehouse, UK

www.mudrastamps.in (Exclusively for International Customers)

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