A Perfect Rose

EK Gorman, Elizabeth Craft Designs, Rose aI am back today with another look at the brand new Elizabeth Craft Designer release featuring the stamp line from Charlene Van der Vorst.  If you missed my announcement yesterday about this brand new line of stamps from ECD, these are huge (approximately 6×8 inches) stamps that are just begging to be colored!

I am sharing another floral image from the new Garden Flowers stamp set.  Additionally, I am showing of the new Journaling Elements stamp set, which is perfect for card making, art journals, planners and mixed media projects…no seriously, this is your one stop stamp set!

IMG_6810I started this project off by stamping, coloring and fussy cutting out the rose and leaf from the Garden Flowers stamp set.  I used my copics here and just love how much detail you can add to the images.

IMG_6809I created a 6×6 card from a piece of White Soft Finish Cardstock trimmed to 12×6 inches.  I stamped the grungy grid stamp from the Journaling Elements stamp set in all four corners of the card frame.

IMG_6813I added some more stamping details to the edges of the card frame.

IMG_6811I then die cut a piece of Celadon Green Soft Finish Cardstock and stamped out the plus symbol stamp set.

IMG_6814Adhere the die cut onto the top of the card frame using some 10mm Clear Double Adhesive.

IMG_6815Using some three dimensional tape, make one side of the rose pop up.  Then on the other side use some 3mm Clear Double Sided Adhesive.

IMG_6816Adhere both the leaf and the flower onto the card frame, letting the three dimensional side face the center of the card.

EK Gorman, Elizabeth Craft Designs, Rose bI finished off the card with a little bit more stamping and a sentiment from the Journaling Effects stamp set.

EK Gorman, Elizabeth Craft Designs, Rose cI can’t wait to tell you how excited I am about this new Journaling Effects stamp set.  This is the one set of the eight that was not created with a colorist in mind, but I just love how many things you can do with it.

Where would you use the Journaling Effects stamp set?  Would you use it in card making, planners or mixed media?  Let me know in the comments below.  Until then, Happy crafting!

And don’t forget to come back tomorrow for another first look at another new stamp set from Elizabeth Craft Designs.


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