Learn How to Make a Spring Color Blocking Card

By Jowilna Nolte 

Celebrating Spring with an easy to create color blocker card using stamps and inks only – such a quick way of creating a fun effect without a lot of effort. Anyone can create this with only a few supplies.

 

Skill Level: Beginner

Time: 20 minutes

 

Directions:

Step 1

Ink a large floral background stamp using 3 ink colors. I am using ink pads from Imagine’s latest StazOn On Trend Collection in Cherry Blossom, Plum and Caribbean Green. Swipe the lightest color across your stamp in a straight line. Then use your second color and your third color and swipe over your stamp as well.

 

Step 2

Immediately stamp the image onto smooth white cardstock. Trim your image to fit into the front of a card panel. Keep a small piece of the edge that you cut off.

 

Step 3

Use Tear It! Tape and adhere the thin strip to the bottom edge of the stamped panel and adhere to your card base.

 

Step 4

Stamp your sentiment onto your card panel using VersaFine Clair and finish off with diamante and embellishments.

 

Art Supplies

Imagine

StazOn full-size inkpad Cherry Blossom
StazOn full-size inkpad Caribbean Green
StazOn full-size inkpad Plum
VersaFine Clair Full-size Inkpad Nocturne (black)
Tear It! Tape

Other

Stamp: Stampers Anonymous, Joy Clair
Smooth white cardstock
Enamel dot and diamante