Friday, February 11, 2022

Blue Knight - Coastal Pines

Fridays are special days - who doesn't love TGIF, right? But here on my blog Fridays are also special because they are the day I get to post as a design team member for Blue Knight Rubber Stamps.

I used the new Coastal Pines stamp set today.

You can check out the stamp set in the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps store - HERE.


Card #1


My first thought of how to use this stamp set was a totally black/white design. I like the way it keeps the focus on the silhouette of the Coastal Pines.


Card #2

This was my first attempt using Pan Pastels. Obviously there is a learning curve with them. I need lots and lots of practice, but I do love the way they easily fill an area with color.

I added a deer family on this card. It is from another Blue Knight stamp set - Buck, Doe, and Fawn.

The sentiment is from the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Shoreline stamp set - found HERE.

Pan Pastels can be found in the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps store - HERE.


Card #3


This card was so much fun to make. I used a sunburst stencil and pan pastels to create the sunshine in the background. It is big and bold, but since the Coastal Pines are stamped in black, they still get a lot of notice.


I think it's amazing to see how one stamp looks so different depending on how it's used. 

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You can find each of today's featured stamps HERE, at the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps web store.

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Jeanette Cloyd, Design Team Member

Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

3 comments:

  1. I have to say when I saw the black and white card I thought wow that's cool but then I saw the blue one with the deer and I was like OMG this is awesome! Then you pop in the yellow one and I'm like WHATTT????? This is my FAVORITE! Such great uses and outcomes of the same stamp!

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  2. WOW what an amazing set of cards Jeanette, and you saved the best 'til last!! Great way to use that stunning stamp
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  3. Each one of these is a unique beauty, Jeanette!! I love this remarkable image as a stand alone for with the other wonderful images you have added!! Gorgeous creations for Blue Knight Rubber Stamps!

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