Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Christmas Quilt Bold Backgrounds


Hello stampers!

As promised, I have another showcase of projects to share featuring the [Christmas Quilt] stamp set and [Quilt Builder Framelits]. My favourite card is the first one I made using the outlined triangle image. Check out the samples below.


I love how the first card turned out, I used my favourite - water colouring to fill in the shapes. Next is a similar style, except I used the outlined flower image. Every so often I die cut the flower petals out leaving a peek-a-boo effect to the black cardstock below it. 


As I was creating my projects, I realized I didn't have any purple in my samples so I reached for my Elegant Eggplant ink pad and started stamping. I used the flower image with a filled in pattern and lined up the corners of the petals to make a continuous pattern. I love the colours too, Elegant Eggplant, Perfect Plum, Bermuda Bay and Copper - LOVE. I don't think I've tried that combo before. I added a couple of die cut flowers, you do this by putting the petal flower into the center of the solid flower die cut and they will make a fine detailed flower. 


The triangle that I used in the first sample is now a Christmas tree. I die cut some of the tree bases and stamped some stars and ba-da-bing it's done! I opted to leave a sentiment off, as I didn't feel it was necessary. 


This next card is the first thing I made with this bundle of products way back in May. I used the angled diamond/rectangular shapes that are used to fill in the quilting squares and made a continuous pattern using a variety of green tones. I added a bit of gold for some glitz. I hope you like my projects for today, I have another set of projects to share tomorrow, see you then! 




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