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Repeated stamping technique

by Sindhu Manokaran

Hello Everyone,

Happy Friday ! This is Sindhu from colorsofcraft on Mudra blog today with cards using repeated stamping technique.

 

Card 1

-For this card, I  started with stamping Mudra Doodle Spring florals stamp set on a watercolor  paper and colored using zig brush markers.I fussy cut them separately  and kept aside.

– On a cardstock, I repeatedly stamped the sentiment  from Mudra  Hello sunshine stamp set.

-I stamped the same sentiment once on a vellum paper by keeping the stamped cardstock under, so that I get perfect alignment  of the focal  sentiment.

– After that I adhered the vellum on the cardstock.

-Arranged few colored  doodle  flowers and mounted this panel on to a top folding card base.I used  Paperum Grey stone cardstock for the base.

-Finally I added a thin strip of gold cardstock and few Mudra Couture  Yellow sequins.

Card 2

– For this card , I started with stamping Mannequin image from Mudra Sew good stamp set on a watercolor paper and colored it with zig watercolor markers.

– I took 5.5″ * 4.25″ Paperum wood brown cardstock and stamped the Mudra Old script stamp randomly covering panel with Mudra Coco brown InkUsing the same ink I distressed the cardstock.

– Then using the border punch, I created designs on the sides and did sticthing on holes created with border punch.

– Once the panel is ready, I stamped the sentiment on a piece of  Mudra Paperum wood brown cardstock and distressed the edges and added it to front panel.

– After adding the colored image, the panel is added to the kraft cardbase.
-Finished it off with few sequins.
Card 3
– I begin with stamping chick image from Mudra Cute critter chick stamp set on a watercolor paper and colored with watercolor brush markers.
– On a diecut circle ,I stamped the sentiment repeatedly with pumice stone distress oxide.
– The colored chick image is then adhered to the circle .
– For the front panel, I created a stenciled background with Mudra Chervon stencil and Mudra Mai  Lemon Yellow dye ink.
– Next I added the circle to the front panel in such a way that it hangs little out.I added a diecut ring for additional interest and trimmed the excess.
– The sentiment is stamped with Mudra Mai Black ink.
– This is then mounted on a cardbase for which I used Mudra Paperum Yellow Mellow cardstock.
To finish the card , I added few black pearl drops
Card-4
– For this card, I started with creating cosmos flowers on a cardstock using Mudra Cosmos Layering stencil , Mudra Mai Flamingo  Pink and Lilac  dye inks.
– Masking the cosmos flowers using Mudra stamping Mask sheet ,I repeatedly stamped Mudra Indian old script on the right side of the panel.
– Then I added the leaves using the same stencil and Mudra Grass Green Ink.

–  Finally added the sentiment from Mudra Hello sunshine stamp set and it is then mounted on card base created with Mudra Paperum Peppa pink cardstock.

Hope you all like my cards. Grab your supplies  and  do participate in this month MUDRA CRAFT CHALLENGE #37 – SAY IT WITH AN EXPRESSION   .

 

Products used:

Stamps

 

Stencil

 

Mai Dye inks

Cardstock

Masking sheet

Sequins

 

Mudra Stamps are now available at the following retailers :

India

 

 

 

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