I am back today with the fourth and final episode in my mini series showcasing Concord & 9th’s Hello Lovely set. Today is all about stamping. Again, no colouring required for this card! Such a useful option with this set if you want a very quick card or would like to make a set of notecards as a gift for someone.
So here is the card for today.
And here is the video
Most cards I see with this set use the outline image which is coloured in. I don’t see so many cards which use the stamping option so it is nice to get some extra use out of this set. The solid images are designed in a way that they do not match the outline image exactly – so when you stamp, they give a very “arty” look and tend to overlap into different sections of the image. They are also designed to not give you a completely “solid” finish – there is variation in the ink that is stamped down – not me misstamping! For once!
Suffice to say, there are so many options to mass produce with this set although today I only produced one card just so you could see how the stamps look. I used an acrylic block to stamp the coloured sections but you could use a stamping tool if you wanted to do a notecard set. But even with a block, it is very quick to get your colour down and easy as you can move your cardstock around. And of course you can change colours and sentiments as often as you wish to give some variety in a set.
Thank you so much for watching and I hope that you found it useful to see a different way to see the set. I will be back soon with another card for you. In the meantime, happy crafting and I hope you have a wonderful weekend!
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