Die cuts make great layers – but they’re not just shapes for stamping, like on the center greeting from this Abstract Impressions card idea. Die cuts can make terrific background layers, too, as shown here with the Springtime Impressions flower die cut.
What if you want to add color? It’s simple with Sponge Daubers. Just grab a dauber, ink it with the ink color of your choice (tap onto an ink pad) and then apply ink to your die cut. For best results, use a circular motion to keep the color even throughout.
Want to see how it works? Be sure to check out the video tutorial below.
Kits for this project (plus 3 others with the Abstract Impressions stamp set) are available as part of my April Stamps in the Mail Club kits – request your kit online and get all the pieces, ready to create!
Supplies You’ll Want for Stamping at Home (click photos to order online):
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- Available now in April, get your supplies organized the way YOU want them!
- When you order: use the LovenStamps Stamp Club “To Go” Hostess Code (April: 6N2DGVCC). Orders of $40+ qualify for FREE Make N Take kits and extra FREE product!
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Includes the Abstract Impressions stamp set and three Stampin’ Spots plus supplies for making 4 fabulous projects!
BEST VALUE OPTION: Add the Springtime Impressions Thinlits Dies to your kit at a discount!