Raspberry Ripple Birthday SweetieTSOT105

I have  been playing around with a new technique this week – No Lines Stamping. Basically you use a really pale coloured ink to stamp a line image with and then colour it. When your finished the lines don’t really show. I used Crumb Cake but I think I need to stamp it off on some scrap paper first to make it paler. Not a bad result though, might also have to go over face details with a slightly darker tone to make sure you can still see them too.

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You can find a tutorial for this technique HERE on Splitcoast Stampers. Note to self: Need more practice but getting there!!

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Anyway here is the card I made with the image using inspiration from the Colour Q, Inkspirational  and Try Stampin’ On Tuesday Challenges

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I really wanted to use some patterned paper for the 2 panels but didnt have any that matched the colours so using the Inkspirational flower theme I stamped my own using the smallest flower from Everything Eleanor and overlapped the images.

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Check back tomorrow for more inspiration using the Greeting Card Kids Stamp set which is my Product of the Week

P14  Annual Catalogue Woodmount 119887 $43.95 and Clearmount 120633 $34.95

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10 comments on “Raspberry Ripple Birthday SweetieTSOT105

  1. What a great idea to use the Crumb Cake as your ink for the stamp. It actually looks like you drew the figure yourself. Great Job. Thanks for playing along with us this week at Try Stampin on Tuesday.

  2. Such a lovely card Lisa, great colours and layout! You did a fabulous job on the colouring technique too!
    Thanks so much for joining our challenge at Inkspirational & I really hope to see you playing along with us again soon! Ruth x

  3. Fantastic card! I actually haven’t seen this technique, but will definately have to give it a go! Love how you made your own patterned paper as well. Thanks for joining us this week at Try Stampin’ On Tuesday 🙂

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