Friday, June 3, 2016

Two step stamping

Now that I have the MISTI it sure makes lining up these two step stamping stamps so much easier. First I stamped the inside yellow color and then stamped the black outline, next time I would like to try a color a little lighter than black, I think a brown would have looked nicer, but didn't realize that until a couple of days after making this one.
There are a couple of each flower in this set along with stems and leaves. I added the little stem between the two flowers with a marker since I wanted more than one flower but there was not room for two stems.



I did faux stitching around the banner with a fine tip sharpie pen.

Penny Black -- Petal power stamp set
April Rose Illustrations -- Paper
Spellbinders -- Labels 8 die
Stamps of life -- Stand up 4 sentiments stamp
Stampendous -- Peel stickers (little gems)

I can't believe it is already the weekend again, wow how time just flies by,
Hope you all enjoy a great weekend,

Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by,

Connie

15 comments:

Dr Sonia S V said...

So lovely to look at ...especially love the tops of the flowers
Cheers
Dr Sonia

Leslie Miller said...

Love those two step stamps and this one is so cute and sunny! Great choice for a birthday card. Also noticed you used peel stickers for the gems. I've used those before and they really look dimensional. Can hardly tell the difference. Sure makes a card easy to mail and I do love that. Such cute, cute paper in the background, too!

Lowcarb team member said...

Yes, I like the way the tops of these flowers look to ...

The weeks do pass so quickly don't they - enjoy your Friday and have a good weekend too.

All the best Jan

Donna Phelan said...

GREAT card! PB has some beautiful floral stamps, like yours here! Love the 2 step process and I adore your 'hand stitching' adds such a nice accent!

Roosterhead Designs said...

Ooooo push the 'favorite' button! : ) Love your work here Connie, and I tend to like the black very well. I like the lay out (of the flowers And the banner) and the stitching is a great finishing touch~ Karen O

Heidi Stamps said...

What a pretty two step stamp! I really like the added detail of the stitching lines. :). Hope you have a great weekend!

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Great card, Connie, and love the one below with all the die cuts too.
well done and great cards.
I dont have a misti, and i wont be getting one unless they come down a whole lot cheaper over here. Don't have two step stamps either so that is one bonus :D when you've been stamping as long as I have you already have wa-aay too much.
However still love looking at new stuff and creations :D
Thanks so much for the inspiration.
Shaz in Oz.x

{Shaz in Oz – Calligraphy Cards}

Alex said...

The black lines work, I think Connie; it is quite a bold flower and the black picks up with the black lettering...
Some one likes gardening!
I think those flowers are like Rudbekia or similar.
Have a great week end! We are going away 1 night for my husbands high school reunion and the forecast is 'thundery and humid', but I suspect it is not as bad as the humidity you guys sometimes get.

Christine said...

A lovely card, Connie & perfect for the one who loves the garden! I love the stitching around the marker, a really nice touch!
Have a lovely weekend!

Donna Ellis said...

Connie, your two step stamping looks amazing! I especially like the white highlights in the front flower's petals. It's a beautiful card! hugs, de

Debbie said...

it's a beautiful card, i like the gardening paper in the background!!

Monika/Buzsy said...

Very pretty Connie. Love the flowers... and the banner with the vertical greeting. I almost bought a MISTI yesterday, but I am still trying to hold off on it because of the pricing.

Celestina Marie said...

Oh Connie, is this card ever beautiful. I love how it turned out with your technique. The tops of the flowers is awesome. I love anything with stitch design too. I often add it when painting. I will have to pin this one too. You've given my card board a great selection!!
Happy Sunday Blessings. xo

Janice said...

Gorgeous card Connie. Your two step,stamping is perfect. I was inter step to see you have used The Misti as we are just seeing them being advertised here in the UK. It looks a fantastic tool to use.
Janice x

Daniela said...

What a gaceful, stunning card, wonderful Connie, thank you for another so beautiful post full of love and enthusuiasm, to come and visit you always fills my heart with gladness !

Enjoy the end of your week ahead, sending my dearest love to you with so much thankfulness

Xx ~ Dany