A very special welcome to our newest store! These fun samples along with their first order are on their way to Paper Crafters Unlimited in East Greenbush, New York.
The stamp used on this 3" ivory Art Square is really a single tulip from Savvy Stamps. By first stamping it on a piece of scratch paper and cutting it out you can create a mask. Then, after each time you stamp the image use the 'mask' to cover up what you just stamped. This prevents the next 'stamping' from overlapping and makes it look like it is actually positioned behind the prior flower. After stamping the flower in Memento Tuxedo black color with Copic Markers. (PS - the outline is T2).
These A2 dark gray folded notecards are available in packages of 12 from Inchie Arts. They are also available in ivory, wheat and light gray.
This is a wonderfully versatile stamp from Stampendous called Blossom Spray. The flowers may look like dogwoods, but how can you resist coloring them in a delicate light blue with pink accents!
Remember, when creating an 'inchie puzzle' you first want to assemble your white Inchie Squares, fitting them tightly together, with a non permanent adhesive on scratch paper. Then stamp with Memento Tuxedo black ink and color with Copic Markers. Only after you have finished coloring do you separate the pieces and assemble on your card...being sure to leave a tiny bit of space between each Inchie Square.
Be sure and stop by Paper Crafters Unlimited!!