Hello, Everyone! Vishu here today to share with you another Faux Quilted Stamped Card using Ann Butler Designs stamps and inks.
This Faux Quilted Stamped Card was pretty easy to create and today I will show you two ways to stamp faux quilted designs. I think I am really addicted to making these cards lately.
First, I cut out my cardstock to 4″ x 4″ and taped it to the cutting mat. Then, I aligned it perfectly with the squares on the grid.
Next, I drew the quilt pattern which was very easy using the grid on the cutting mat. The grids really make it easy to draw different patterns very quickly and efficiently without a need for any measuring.
Now comes the stamping part, as I mentioned before about the two techniques; you can either use post-it notes to cover the quilt pattern to expose the area you want the particular pattern stamped or you can use more modern stamping tools like the stamp perfect or misti. Both ways work great and are quick.
Once my quilt pattern was all stamped, I layered the card stock with a black cardstock and glued it to a card base. For the final touch, I added a sentiment to a smaller piece of a yardstick and glued it to the card to create this Faux Quilted Stamped Card.
This is such a great technique and only your creativity is the limit. I hope you will try out some of your own faux quilted stamped cards or other creative projects.
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