Cards Collections Design Team Paisley Days

Paisley Days Clear Stamp Card Tutorial

April 11, 2019

Hi Guys, Kasia here with some fun cards created with the Paisley Days clear stamp and the 6.5″ Paisley Days paper pad.

This stamp was super fun to play with and I love the bold lines in these modern florals. I played on the boldness of the stamp and on the pops of black in the Paisley Days collection to create these cards.

You can find the CS351 Paisley Days clear stamp at your local store or online HERE.

Products Used:
PAISLEY DAYS Collection: PP1066 Paper Pad, CS351 Clear Stamp.

KC PRODUCTS:
CD501 White Card Pack, CD601 White Cardstock, SB793 Black Pearls, IP757 Permanent Black Ink, KM121 White KAISERmist.

This fun, mostly monochromatic, card can be created in not just black and white, but you could also stamp the images in your favourite colour and use a coordinating patterned paper or cardstock to matt the stamped area.

Products Used:
PAISLEY DAYS Collection: PP1066 Paper Pad, CS351 Clear Stamp.

KC PRODUCTS:
CD501 White Card Pack, CD601 White Cardstock, SB793 Black Pearls, IP757 Permanent Black Ink, IP752 Smoke Ink.

I really loved the floral clusters in this stamp as they made a great grounding place for either handmade flowers or paper flowers of your choice.

Products Used:
PAISLEY DAYS Collection: PP1066 Paper Pad, CT959 Collectables, CS351 Clear Stamp.

KC PRODUCTS:
CD501 White Card Pack, CD601 White Cardstock, SB793 Black Pearls, IP757 Permanent Black Ink.

I couldn’t resist stamping a whole bunch of these super fun bold flowers and fussy cutting them. The shape was really easy to cut out so the whole card was really quite quick to put together.

Products Used:
PAISLEY DAYS Collection: PP1066 Paper Pad, CT959 Collectables, CS351 Clear Stamp.

KC PRODUCTS:
CD501 White Card Pack, CD601 White Cardstock, SB791 Pewter Pearls, IP757 Permanent Black Ink, IP752 Smoke Ink.

I love when a stamp set has a selection of little images that can be stamped multiple times to create a wreath.

A quick tip to create a nice balanced wreath is to use a stamping tool. Cut your paper into a square shape, position your stamp on your stamping tool lid and rotate the paper after stamping the image. Keep going around until you have stamped 4 times and then move your image and repeat the process.

You can download the instructions to create these cards HERE.

See you next time & happy crafting.
xx Kasia

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