Sunday, March 3, 2013

One Stamp Five Cards

I bought this Hero Arts stamp at Michael's last week...thought it was sweet and had potential to use a bunch of ways(AND it was 40% off:)!!).  All the sentiments are Hero Arts too...here are just five ways to use this stamp...
 
What I really LOVE about this stamp is that you can actually place it in any direction on your card and it looks absolutely perfect!!  BUT....I am loving the rhinestones:)!!  The first is stamped from the top with versamark and white embossed.  Added a rainbow of rhinestones.  Sentiment is from Find Joy.
The pink one is stamped from the bottom with stazon black and colored with Memento markers, light pink rhinestones.  The sentiment is from Thanks a Bunch.
 The third one also stamped with versa mark and white embossed.  Dotted with red rhinestones, the sentiment from Year Round Sentiments.  Love that you can put the sentiment UNDER the flowers...the flowers leading to the sentiment, but also to the side, like this one.
The fourth stamped from left side with stazon black and colored with sharpie markers.  Dotted with black enamel accents.  The sentiment is from Thanks a Bunch, too.
The last one stamped with versa mark, too, and white embossed.  Colored with Prismacolored pencils.  Dotted with white stick on dots and added purple ribbon.  The sentiment is from Sending Smiles Messages.    Thanks for visiting me today!! Hugs!! Lisa

26 comments:

  1. Wow, way to rock that stamp! Love them all :)

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  2. This is the "little black dress" of flower stamps. These are all brilliant, and I like each one. Super cards. Bev : )

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  3. This is so awesome.
    Love the cards you made with that stamp. Every single one of them.

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  4. Really nice job and I love the post with 5 cards and the same stamp used in different ways. TFS!

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  5. You got a lot of mileage out of that stamp. It's hard to pick a favorite they all look so good.

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  6. Wow, great job! I like them all, but I think the 4th one is my favorite. :)

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  7. Love all the ways you used this stamp! Thanks for sharing them all and inspiring me to look at my stamps for more possibilities.

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  8. I can't believe all the different effects you created with one stamp!
    Beautiful job Lisa!

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  9. This is so great as a lesson for any newer stampers of how versatile stamping can be (and as reminder to seasoned stampers)! Your cards reflect this so beautifully, Lisa!!

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  10. This is amazing, and now I want that stamp. Congrats on being an excellent sales person!

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  11. All I can say is WOW! Each card is stunningly beautiful.

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  12. WOW! All of these cards are beautiful.

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  13. Wow, love each and every one of these cards. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  14. really like the 'thanks a bunch' colours, fab cards

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  15. I am so impressed! Your cards are beautiful, and I love the demonstration of versatility.

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  16. What pretty cards from just one stamp. Love them all and so simple. Have become a new follower and found you on pinterest.

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  17. Love these cards, simple and easy to do. Great job!

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  18. Oooh, love them all. My fav is the last one on Kraft card stock with purple flowers.

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  20. They are all beautiful. What are the white stick on dots you used on the last one? Thanks for your help.

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    1. Hey Helen! The stick on dots were actually from Michael's but are no longer available. What WOULD work just as nicely would be Enamel Accents by Ranger. Hope this helps:)!! Hugs!! Lisa

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  21. Ursula K.
    Hey, these cards are wonderful. I would like to buy this stamp. Can you tell me the name of the stamp?

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    1. Push on the first Simon dog above at the bottom of the post to link to the stamp...Hero Arts Flower Swirl Vine stamp:)...Hugs!! Lisa

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  22. A wonderful set of stamps. I love them all, but I especially love the Prismacolor pencil on kraft. TFS.

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I so appreciate your comments...thank for taking the time to write:)!! Hugs!! Lisa