Friday, September 2, 2022

BK - Blessing One Line Sentiments

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 Blessing One Line Sentiments stamp set today.

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

Card #1

I started by blending ink onto a piece of white cardstock. Once I was satisfied with the look, I set it aside to let it completely dry. Then I stamped the blessing sentiment onto the colorful paper. 

I also blended yellow ink onto a smaller piece of white cardstock and stamped the word "blessings" on it.

Card #2

I used the Cloud Stencil and Pan Pastel Ultra Soft Pastels to create a subtle sky in the background before stamping the image. A circle stencil was used to create the sun.

The trees are from the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Silhouette Pines stamp

I wanted my sentiment a little further apart than the stamp allows so I used some Post It notes to mask the stamp while adding ink; then I removed the Post It notes before stamping. 

It's very important to remove the Post It notes before stamping. Ask me how I know.

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!


kiwimeskreations said...

A pair of stunning cards Jeanette - yes, I too know about not removing the tape - by sad experience! That stamp full of sentiments will be so very useful, and I love how you used it in it's entirety on the first card

Lynn McAuley said...

Your tree line looks glorious backed that those beautiful sun rays!! Sensational work with that remarkable sentiment, as well, Jeanette!