Author: Tammy Stark

Birch Trees Background Stamp with Tammy

Hello friends! Today, I am sharing a card featuring the Birch Trees Background Stamp from the brand new March Release, combined with the cuties from Party Parade, to make for the sweetest birthday card! To begin, I stamped the Birch Trees Background stamp with Catherine Pooler Sweet Sixteen ink onto an A2 panel. I then added a piece of vellum over the panel to soften the look of the background and to give the critters front stage! Next, I cut the tree tops using the Pond Builder Die and the grassy hills from the Ocean Waves Scene Horizontal Die....

Read More

Country Gingham Background Stamp with Tammy

Hi friends! Tammy here with you sharing a sweet set of mini cards, featuring the Country Gingham Background Stamp, which is being re-released as a clear stamp in early March, along with all the existing background stamps and 7 brand new designs! To begin, I cut Bristol cardstock using a 4″ stitched square die. I then stamped the squares in various inks using the Country Gingham Background Stamp. Next, I cut 3 smaller squares and watercolored them with Tumbled Glass and Shabby Shutters Distress Oxide inks. Once dry, I inked the edges with Peeled Paint DO and splattered it,...

Read More

Valentine Unicorns with Tammy

Hi friends! Tammy here with you today with a fun Valentine themed card featuring the sweet Unicorn Tales stamp set. To begin, I cut a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock to 3 1/2 X 8 1/2″ and ink blended it with Picked Raspberry and Spun Sugar Distress Oxide inks. I splashed some clean water and thinned down Picked Raspberry onto my background to create a bit of interest. Next, I cut a cloud border from white cardstock using the Grassy Knoll Die. I layered another cloud border on top cut from the Ocean Waves Scene Horizontal Die. I tucked...

Read More

Polar Friends with Tammy

Hi friends! As the weather is getting frosty, I was inspired to create a sweet winter themed card, featuring the adorable set, Polar Friends. To begin, I stamped the images from Polar Friends, colored with Copic markers, added highlights with a white gel pen, and then cut the colored images with the Polar Fiends Die. Next, I cut a panel of Bristol smooth cardstock to 3 1/2 X 8 1/2″ and ink blended the background with Speckled Egg Distress Oxide ink. I splattered some white acrylic paint, thinned with water, onto my inked background to give it a snow-like...

Read More

Coffee Friends with Tammy

Hi friends! With the holidays quickly approaching, I wanted to hold onto Fall a little bit longer, so I had to sneak in this sweet card. How darling are these critters meeting up for a coffee date?! For my slimline card design, I used the new set, Coffee Friends. It’s such a fun and versatile set, which can be used for both Fall and Winter cards! Being a huge coffee lover, this will be a set I reach for regularly! To begin, I stamped the images from Coffee Friends, colored with Copic markers, added highlights with a white gel...

Read More

Pin It on Pinterest