Monday, April 12, 2021

Pick of the Week at The House that Stamps Built

Hi everyone!

It's my turn to share a Pick of the Week at The House that Stamps Built

Today, I chose to feature a very quick and easy card style.

The Repeat Impressions Stamps that I used for this card are:  

I'm one of these folks that have always thought that every image needs to be colored to be pretty, and make a statement. Recently, I began trying some other ideas that eliminated coloring. Here is one idea that makes a 10 minute card every time!

So, dig out three colors of cardstock that you like, and cut them into strips the width of your card front. I used some repositionable tape to hold these panels in place for stamping. Also, choose either a large background stamp, or stamps to 'fill' your three panels.

Next, after positioning your panels, stamp your image.

After stamping, take each panel, and adhere it to your card front.

You can stop there, or continue on with a sentiment - here's what I did...
I cut a very thin strip of the blue cardstock used for the center panel, and created a vertical line across my card front. I then chose a sentiment, stamped it in Versamark on black cardstock, and heat embossed with white embossing powder. The sentiment was adhered with pop dots to the blue strip. It looked too plain, so I added a couple of teensy white hearts that a friend had given me.

Grab those RI stamps and give this a try!
 For this week only (April 12 - April 18th), get 20% off the stamps used in my creation above when you use the coupon code POTW41221.

Thanks for stopping by today!

Hugs and blessings,
Patti J.


Lori m said...

Gorgeous, such a fabulous idea and one I'm giving a try to, beautiful card, hugs, Lori m

Verna Angerhofer said...

So beautiful with this design and wonderful colored panels. Those flowers are perfect.

Cheryl W said...

What a great technique--quick and easy, my favorite kind! I'd like to give this a try, but use Versamark and emboss the image. And what if it was stamped onto three different colored solid pieces just a bit smaller than your card front, then cut each of those pieces into equal sized strips and applied one of each color to three different cards. I'm not sure I've explained that very well, but you've definitely got my creativity revved up!!!

Carol L said...

I just love this pretty card with those 3 great colors! What a wonderful design!