The first one uses painters tape to get the background, just place your strip of painters tape on the stamp pad, rub lightly and then place on your card stock. Easy but effective
The next one was OK, I tried to weave the washi tape for a different effect, which is good, although I will need to ensure the lines are straight in future. More ink was needed on the stamp to ensure a good crisp image.
This one, I used a VersaMagic ink in Eggplant and then brushed Pewter Perfect Pearls over, it does not really show up in the photo, but it gave the leaves a lovely shimmery shine
Using just the stamps I had on hand, I tried the technique of stamping on acetate to create a water reflection. I like how this turned out, and I would like to try it again with a better stamp.
After embossing the card, I lightly sanded the raised surface. This gives the card a totally different look, nice and weathered!
The last card does not come under the stamping technique umbrella, however it is just another quick and simple card I have made.
Using just a round heart die, with a stamped image, crisp and clean
I have one more card to show you, but will have to post it later tonight. I have made this one for my sister Sue's birthday, and I will be seeing her tonight to deliver it. Sue is my card making teacher, so the pressure was on .... but I liked how it turned out, so that is good
Have you had any time for craft, I wish I had more
Until later this evening