Hello Everyone! It's Lindsay, from the Crafting While Caffeinated Blog & YouTube Channel, here with you today sharing another video tutorial! For today's tutorial I am using the gorgeous Martha's Flowers stamp set to create a monochromatic card. This stamp set is stunning when it's colored with any type of medium, but I really wanted to use it to create a more vintage looking card today, which is why I went for a brown monochromatic theme! You can watch the video tutorial below for all the details on how I put this card together!
The main focal of this card is the flowers from the Martha's Flowers stamp set. I stamped them onto kraft cardstock with Versamark ink and heat embossed them with copper embossing powder, then it was on to the coloring! Using the French Grays in the Prismacolor Colored Pencils set, I colored in the flowers then fussy cut the edges. Be sure to watch the video for a more detailed look!
The background on this card is super easy! I quickly stenciled in a pattern with a bit of brown ink and added a sentiment from the You Got This stamp set. For the final touch I added the flowers with a bit foam tape for added dimension to the front panel! I then added the entire panel to an A2 card base to finish the front of the card!
I like to bring a little decoration to the inside of my cards. For this card I used the same Martha's Flowers stamp set and added a little sentiment from the You Got This stamp set, just like on the outside of the card!
Creating bright and colorful cards is always fun, but sometimes it's good to switch it up, too! I hope you all enjoyed this fun monochromatic card and the video tutorial! If you are interested in any of the stamp sets I used today, you can find them all linked down below! Until next time, Happy Crafting!!
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