Saturday, 2 July 2011

One Stamp, 6 different ways. Pt3

Hi Blogland. Today's post is part 3 of my self set stamp challenge...It's a very simple one today, but it really does show the differences which can be created by just changing your choice of colour, layout and products used.
I stamped, coloured and glazed my image as I did before in my previous two posts under this title.This time I cut and embossed the image using the Labels One Small Nestabilitie die, alternating the layers cut out using the Labels One Die for the Green Layers and Labels One Small for the White layers.You'll notice that the distance between the layers is just enough to show the Green. This is because Labels One Small reduced the space between the layers of Labels One form 1/4" to 1/8".. I'm wondering if Spellbinders will introduce these smaller dies for some of their other shapes in their future releases? Not long to find out now.. Follow all of the new releases being launched at CHA on Spellbinders Blog Frenzy..I then cut out some swirls in the same Green card stock used for the matt and layering of the stamped image. I used a die from the Marianne Creatables Frame Circles (LR0112) to create the swirls.These were added to a sided folding DL card which was created from an A3 piece of card stock.I then popped the stamped image onto the card with foam tape to give it a little bit of dimension..
There we go, #3 done! 3 more to go!...
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  1. Morning Andy
    It will be interesting to see if Spellbinders do bring us the smaller size in some of the most popular dies. It is a bit of a nuisance having to draw round the die, to get the right size gap between the layers that lots of Brits prefer.
    Your use of the brighter shade of green on the card is interesting. Green is my favourite colour so I am pleased.
    Can't wait for your next one.
    Cally x

  2. This is a lovely colour Andy - zingy & fresh...something a bit different. The swirls work really well on this card.

    Is Blogger still playing you up? This post is showing as dated Sat 2nd but appeared this morning (Mon 4th) - I got a bit confuddled and thought it was the last post...doesn't take much to confuse me LOL

    Toni :o)

  3. Beautiful yet again, the green is gorgeous and although so not Christmas it looks wonderful. I really like that thickness of layer, much better than those wide gaps you get from some of their dies.
    Kim xXx