Friday, July 14, 2017

Feature Friday with Lisa


Hi, everyone and welcome. Today I'm featuring the Victorine Originals Dots Stamp Set and sharing all the cards I've created with it, so far. I love this set because the possibilities are endless. As you will see, it's perfect for creating backgrounds, use it as the focal point of your card, it offers two great sentiments, and three of the dots have the words Happy, Joy, Love. You cannot go wrong with this set.
Dots Set (Unmounted Only) (10599-X)
 Here I used the dots to create a fun background.
 Here I used the dots and Happy Birthday sentiment as the focal point of my card.
Tip: Don't be scared to cut your stamps. The birthday sentiment comes like you see it above with one stripe on both sides. I carefully cut the stripes off and then split the sentiment giving me more options. Keep the stripes to create plaid backgrounds by pairing it with the bigger stripe.
 Adding Red and Blue dots to the tags gave them a fun festive feel for my 4th of July goodies. 

Using the sentiment as my focal point and stamping the dots with VersaMark ink for a tone on tone background. 

I created a fun background for my nautical themed card just by using the large stripe and changing ink colors. 

This next card is my absolute favorite. I love this technique of adding ink to the stamps in a swiping motion, it really changes things. I have a video tutorial on my blog, The Relativity of Paper.


As you can see the possibilities truly are endless with this amazing stamp set making this a must have in my book. Already have this stamp set? Please be sure to share your projects with us on our Facebook Page or by using @victorineoriginals on Instagram. 

6 comments:

  1. Beautiful cards! I love how different each one is.

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    1. Thank you. I love this set and I have so many more ideas for it. I hope you'll join us tomorrow for the big celebration.

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  2. Lisa, I could stare at your cards all day long!!! most of the time I am trying to figure out how you did a technique. Love that your cards/projects inspire me so much.. DT MaryAnn

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  3. What a wonderful collection of cards from that one stamp set! Amazing use of it to get such a wide variety of cards!

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  4. Wow!! These are so creative and show the versatility of this fabulous stamp set!!

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