Thinking outside of the box. I’m given straight lines. Let’s bend the rules:
One of the great things about the Photopolymer stamps is that you can manipulate the stamp it’s self. It’s ok, and it will go right back to the original shape. I just decided on a shape and places the stamp on a larger block and just kept moving it about until I had the shape I was looking for.
On the top card I wanted to make a cool looking background using the lines of hearts. I used an “I” acrylic block and just moved it to and fro until I liked the curve. Then just stamped away with real red on whisper white cardstock.
On the second card, I decided that I wanted it to frame in something. So again, I used a larger acrylic block and moved the stamp around until I liked the shape. Then I stamped on the top of the vanilla cardstock and then mirrored the image on the bottom to make the frame for the leaves, butterfly and verse from a stamp set I received at Convention.
Get signed up for class to make these two cards next Wednesday!