Today I’m revisiting a technique I have recently shared here on my blog (see this card) because I really believe you don’t have to reinvent the wheel every time you create! Who’s with me on this?
I think using acrylic blocks to stamp a background is a really easy and fun way to create something beautiful and watercolor-y, but that also has a defined shape upon which to build your sentiments. There is a lot going on around Chez Zielske right now (read this post for an update!), and graduations are part of the next several weeks. Mama needs to make a bunch of grad cards, and that’s what I’m setting out to do using my new set called Rad Grad and the coordinating dies.
One question I’ve received about this stamp set is, “What is the domino-like stamp for?” And the answer: see the image below!
You can use it to add a custom year for your grad card, or use it to design a complete card in and of itself! I’m stamping my dates right in the center of my envelopes because I’ll be attending grad parties in person this year. So many parties!
Here’s a video showing how I made the cards!
Thanks so much for watching today! Here’s to a fabulous graduation season!
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