Thursday, September 27, 2007


Here are a few more cards designed with Starving Artistamps . For this first one, I inked up the torn paper background with chalk inks, then dipped various nature prints into versamark and stamped onto the background- pulling the ink from the background stamp.I stamped the cherish definition on that, and surrounded the image with torn layers. The background leaves were also done with chalk inks


All stamps by Starving Artistamps (Flora & Fauna, Cherish Definition, large leaf print, medium torn paper background)

Paper: White, Old Olive
Ribbon: White organdy, gold cord
Ink: versacolor- khaki, topaz, cocoa

For this card, I wanted something simple, but elegant. I started by scoring each side about 1/4" away from the edge. Next I stamped the botanical definition on white, then stamped small floral images overtop is rust. I carefully coloured them in with twinkling h2os. Then punched them out with circle punches.


All stamps by Starving Artistamps (Flora & Fauna, Botanical definition)

Ink: Summer Sun, Really Rust

Paper: White, really rust

Accessories: twinkling h20s, circle punches, scoring blade

1 comment:

  1. Really pretty cards, and I especially love the last one. I saw them on the Starving Artistamps website. I did a double-take when I saw it on here because I knew I'd seen it before. TFS!!!