Saturday, 20 August 2016

Fussy Cutting with stamping + Video Tutorial !

Hello,

This is Ujjwal bringing you some fresh inspiration and making an attempt to help you get started on stamping and letting the fear go away.

If you are new to stamping and you might find it intimidating to stamp directly on the card base, for if you don't get it right, it will be difficult to salvage. Fussy cutting is a technique that can rescue you. Simply stamp your images on a separate piece of paper and fussy cut them and them figure out the placement on your final card.

Today, I created this card using the same technique and I also have a video sharing the process.





I created the background with distress inks and little mist of water. Super simple and easy and packs a punch.


I often, also stamp the insides on my cards and I love mixing and matching stamps. This sentiment is from a floral stamp called "Peony Love" but I love how it goes well with this beach scene as well.

Watch how I created this card here



Supplies
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Fabriano Elle Erre Cardstock Bianco A4
Mudra Beach Fun Stamp Set (The Craft Shop, Lulupu, CraftAdda)
Mudra Peony Love Stamp Set (LulupuCraftAdda)
Distress Inks (Salty Ocean, Brushed Coudroy)
Archival Black Ink
Water brush
Foam Tape
Faber Castell Aquarelle Water color pencils
Acrylic Block
Rangers Heat Gun
Black Pilot Pen
Clean Cham Cloth (to clean stamps)

I hope you enjoyed watching the video and will give this technique a try. Don't forget to share your creations with us on our FB page Mudra Creative Stampers where you also stand to win every month!

Have a great day and I will see you again soon!

11 comments:

  1. Its a Fantastic card !loved the watercoloring a lot :)

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  2. Wow.! Beautiful card Ujjwal.!! Absolutely loved the way u created the bg using the acrylic block stamping.!! Brilliant idea :) & the whole layout looks soo much fun <3

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  3. Beautiful card ujjwal,loved the coloring

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  4. What a beautiful card and awesome watercoloring. I love how perfectly all the elements gel together to create this perfect scene .Off to check your video.Thank you so much for sharing :)

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  5. Lovely card and a very good tutorial Ujjwal. xx

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  6. Beautiful card! Love the water coloring technique. Thanks for sharing the video tutorial, enjoyed it! :)

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  7. Wow thanks for sharing it's superb

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  8. Beautiful card Ujjwal :) and an awesome video with so many tips <3

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    1. Thank you! I am glad you enjoyed it :)

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