Today I am showing you how to make your own patterned paper. I am using MFT Plentiful Petals stamps and dies and Altenew inks along with a pretty background die also from MFT (Romantic Script). I used the current MFT Sketch Challenge #346 as inspiration for the layout, and combined the homework from MFT Camp Create Magnificent Masking and Online Card Classes Rainbow maker Day 2: Rainbow stamping in one card.
Here is my card:
I started with die cutting the coordinating dies for some of the floral images from masking paper, and temporarily adhered those masks on a piece of white cardstock. I stamped the background stamp using black ink, and then removed the masks.
I stamped each flower I the empty spots using colourful inks in a rainbow order.
I die cut the panel with a die from the MFT Blueprint 22 set for a fancy look. I wrapped a strip of vellum around it. I also stamped and die cut the biggest flower from the stamp set, to hold my sentiment, which is partially stamped (MFT Essential sentiments) and die cut from glitter paper.
As a finishing touch I added white glitter enamel dots to the flowers as embellishment.
I will link this project to the above mentioned challenges and also to the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Add a sentiment.
I hope you like my card and will check back tomorrow for more fun.
4 thoughts on “Make your own pattern”
You’re very talented. Thanks for the tutorial! You’re card is really gorgeous.
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Thanks Lins, you are so sweet!
Amazing card 🙂 so pretty!
Fabulous card! Such a wonderful design! Love it! So pretty!
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