Stamping Bella | Guest Designer Spot 6

Hello everyone! I’m back with my last guest designer spot for Stamping BellaI’ve created this winter card: 

I decided to use the wonderful Winter Backdrop stamp as a main and focal image. I first made a top-folded card base from white cardstock. I sponged the top of the card front with blue Distress inks to get a beautiful gradient from blue to white. I then stamped the image on white cardstock, colored it, created a gradient for the sky using Distress inks and blending tools too and cut around to get a square image. I die cut two scalloped frames from white cardstock that I glued on top of each other and attached the square image behind the frames. It looks a bit like a postage stamp, right? I fixed the frame to the sponged card front with foam pads for more dimension.

Did you see January’s stamp of the month? It’s the Winter Backdrop stamp I used on my card! That means: 25% off, all month long! Yay! Don’t miss the offer! If you want to get the stamp, it’s now or never LOL! 

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It’s all for me now! I enjoyed playing with these fabulous stamps. Thanks to Emily for having me as a guest and for being so generous! See you soon!



Christine L said…
Such a clever way to use the backdrop stamp - LOVE it!!

Christine x
Jede Karte ein kleines Wunderwerk, du hast ein sagenhaftes Talent!!
GlG Elisabeth
Oh my ! What a fantastic card ! That’s a gorgeous winter scene.
Barb Ghig said…
Gorgeous winter wonderland, Francine! Your gradient sponging in the background is gorgeous and blends perfectly with your focal point! Love your layered scalloped frame, too!