Thursday, December 21, 2017

Small Stamps - Let's Get Hopping, Round #4

Hello from another blog hop. I am sure you enjoyed Jenn Frost's work that was, no doubt. awesome and I hope you find mine as entertaining. I also created a thing or two with small stamp sets that I'd like to share with you.



Small stamps are fun. They are great for making backgrounds. Especially the photopolymer ones. 
I arranged the small stamps from Bookcase Builder on a cardstock and then picked them all up at once with the biggest clear block. You can repeat this again and again until your cardstock fully covered. 


I couldn't do the same with these lids as I used several different colours. The images on the lids had to be stamped individually. It is not as fast as the previous method but it creates great backgrounds nonetheless.



My last project to feature small stamps is a card with a simple message of love. Everything is relative; the actual stamps might be small but they can carry big words.

Thank you for stopping by. Next, enjoy the small stamps take of the talented Cathy Caines.




14 comments:

  1. That bookcase stamp set is adorable isn't it! I just love your custom stamped papers. That stacked sentiment rainbow is a super fun idea. Thank you so much for sharing!

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    1. thank you, Jenn. It feels I didn't know what was sitting in my shelf! The rainbow card came to me late last night while I was trying to write up about a card that I felt just so-so about.

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  2. Love your cards and boxes Eva, and what a great tip of putting mulitple stamps on the one block to create a background

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    1. thank you Tan. Can't wait it to try in out with stamparatus.

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  3. Great cards Eva, loved your tip as well, something I need to remember to save a little time.

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  4. Love how you have created your own papers! Great projects.

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  5. Wow! Three amazing projects that I will no doubt CASE! I especially love your rainbow sentiment card - what a great way to use up scraps (of which I have a ton). Thank you for sharing!

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    1. thank you Diana, CASE away! Glad you like the cards.

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  6. Such a great trio of projects and all so different! Great tip about putting them all where you want on your project and then bringing in the block to lift them up!

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    1. thank you, Eimear. glad you enjoyed the blog.

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  7. I love the Bookcase Builder card. I love that set and I really like the background that you've created with it here x

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    1. Thank you, Mikaela. I know that set is fantastic. I didn't even know!

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