This Something Lacy Background stamp makes paper look similar to Designer Series Paper (DSP).
I decided to make my daughter’s party invitation for her baptism by using this background stamp. Isn’t it pretty?
Here’s how I made the card:
- On a coloured cardstock, stamp the background in ink of a darker shade (monochrome of cardstock used).
- Cut a hole with an oval die cut and save the left-over.
- Attach the sheet with the hole on the card base.
- Stamp and heat emboss the words inside the hole and also inside the card.
- With the left-over oval, die cut a butterfly using the Butterflies Thinlits Dies and then attach it to the card.
Here’s a list of products I used:
- Something Lacy Background Stamp
- Butterflies Thinlits Dies
- Embossing Powder
- Rose Red Classic Stampin’ Pad
What projects will you use this background stamp for? Will you use it for your bullet journal and scrapbooking too? I use it to make bookmarkers and gift-wrapping. Do you like that idea too?
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Would you like to learn how to use background stamps? Let me know so we can organise a class for you. Bring along your friends too so you can share the experience.