You can video down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.
I’m revisiting an oldie but goodie technique. The Rock and Roll Technique. This may have been one of the very first techniques I ever tried when I started stamping.
I’m using just one of the stamp sets from the new kit called Autumn Silhouettes.
For this card I used Peach Bellini, Faded Brick, Key Lime, Tranquil Teal, Sweet Corn, Honey Mustard, Sea Glass, Tranquil Teal and a dab of Charcoal Brown.
I love the dimensional look this technique gives to the leaves.
I trimmed out the panel with the Master Layouts 2 die to give it that stitched edged.
For the card base, I used Chocolate Truffle card stock.
Next I’m using the beautiful silhouette images in the Autumn Silhouettes stamp set. I masked off an area on my layering white card stock and ink blended Sea Glass, Tranquil Teal and Charcoal Brown.
The image and sentiment are stamped in Obsidian ink. I love how clean and simple this is!
I created another card with the second silhouette image and this time blended Peach Bellini, Faded Brick and Charcoal Brown. I love how the Peach Bellini almost looks like its glowing!
Lisa has a new set available this release called Bloomin Wild. I love these big full blooms!
For my card, I heat embossed the images onto layering white card stock with clear embossing powder. Then I ink blended Wild Dandelion and Sweet Mango inks for the blooms. I used Lucky Clover for the petals. Then used the coordinating die to cut them out with my Platinum 6 die cutting machine.
On another panel of layering white card stock, I ink blended the same colors I used on the blooms which was Sweet Mango and Wild Dandelion. For a little more interest, I mixed water with Perfect Gold Perfect Pearls and flicked onto the background with a paintbrush.
After attaching the flowers to the corner with a tape runner, I added a sentiment from the Thankful Greenery Incentive stamp set. I wanted to keep the sentiment simple so the focus stays on these gorgeous blooms.
Next we have the Innocent Orchid from Hannah.
Sometimes big floral images can be intimidating. While I love to experiment with different coloring mediums, I wanted to keep this card simple and show you there are other ways to use the large floral images.
I heat embossed the image onto layering white card stock with clear embossing powder.
Then I ink blended Wild Lilac and Lovely Lavender ink so it fades off to white.
There are some beautiful scripty messages on this stamp set as well so I heat embossed one of them in white onto Black Onyx card stock and added with foam squares. I finished it off by adding a few gems around the sentiment using connect glue.
Melanie has a fabulous new set called Beautiful Bees. I’m blown away how realistic these bees are! There is also a few large blooms and honeycombs on the set. I stamped the larger honeycomb image onto white card stock using Wild Dandelion ink.
After attaching one of the bees and stamping a sentiment, I finished it off with clear quartz sequins. Then added to a card base made from Wild Dandelion.
Emily is a master at the sentiments and has a new set out called Hey Boo filled with Fall/Halloween sentiments.
I took the Happy Halloween sentiment and using my Misti I stamped it in a variety of Fall colors including Sweet Mango, Faded Brick and a dab of Chocolate Truffle.
I couldn’t resist adding of these spiders hanging down from the sentiment. This spider comes from the new Haunts and Harvest stamp set in the Festive Fall card kit.
I trimmed the panel down using the Master Layouts 2 die set and added to a card base created from Sweet Mango card stock.
Last but certainly not least is the Timeless Poppies stamp set from Arjita. Her designs are absolutely amazing!
The image actually takes up an entire A2 size card front (and then some!) so I stamped mine off on the side in Obsidian ink. Then colored with copic markers.
I trimmed down the panel with the Master Layouts 1 die set and added to a card base created from Sea Glass card stock using foam tape.
There are some beautiful sentiments on this set as well.
I heat embossed a sentiment in white onto Black Onyx card stock, trimmed down and added to the front of the card with foam squares.
Don’t forge about the new incentive set! It’s a beauty!
I hope you enjoyed tonight’s inspiration! Be sure to check out the entire new release!
Be sure to check back tomorrow for the 3-day blog hop with more inspiration!
Below you will find links to the products used. Click the icon to start shopping. Compensated Affiliate links are used at no additional cost to you. Your support helps me to keep bringing you new projects and videos. Thank you!