Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Guest Designer for Hampton Art

With the first round of the Graphic 45 Design Team audition done, I'm working away on my audition part 2 project and video tutorial. Meanwhile, I'll be featured for the next several days over on the Hampton Art blog with cards I've created with their wonderful stamps. You can check out today's creation and tutorial at this link. I'll give you a peek at it below as well.

Hampton Art, if you don't already know, makes many great lines of stamps. Wood block, cling, clear and for several companies such as Graphic 45, 7Gypsies, Vintologie, art etc, to name a few. Today's card was created using the Vintologie Stamp & Stencil Set "Butterflies." The stencil comes with the stamp set and is made of a soft flexible and slightly tacky material. (Resembling removable adhesive.) Just pop it down on your paper or project (it sticks in place nicely) then do your thing and remove it easily with no damage to your project whatsoever. If you'd like to see a quick video by Hampton Art's Kathy Gallagher showcasing the stencil sets, go here.

Here's a look at my butterfly card, and be sure to hop over to Hampton Art's blog to check out how I made it then leave a comment there to let them know how you liked the project and their wonderful stamps.





Thanks for stopping in today. Have a fabulous day and I'll see you tomorrow with another Hampton Art stamp creation.




2 comments:

  1. This card is so fabulous! Really like how you did the stenciling - interesting to split it but cohesive within the project. As usual, I appreciate that you share your fabulous projects! Thank you! :)

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  2. Nice! Makes a spectacular presentation.

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