Welcome to another Four Ways Friday! Today I'm sharing four different ways to use the a la carte stamp, On the Green.
For this first project I decided to make a wine tag. I stamped the image in Crumb Cake onto Crumb Cake card stock that I hand cut into a tag shape. The image was then stamped in Versamark onto a piece of Soft Suede card stock and heat embossed with black embossing powder. The greeting, from the Afterthoughts hostess set, was stamped in basic black ink onto Very Vanilla card stock. Then I spritzed everything with some black ink and sponged the edges with black and early espresso ink. The hemp twine and an extra large grommet finish the look!
I heat embossed again for this second project - this time using white embossing powder on designer paper - it's a great way to make the stamped image pop! I then layered the designer paper onto Early Espresso card stock and a piece of Old Olive that I ran through the Big Shot with the square lattice embossing folder. The chocolate chip button with a sliver of Old Olive paper in the holes completes the card!
Get out your stamp-a-ma-jig for this card! Here, I repeatedly inked and stamped just the golfer image using Old Olive ink on Old Olive card stock. I then sponged and spritzed with Old Olive ink as well. I repeatedly stamped the image in Crumb Cake ink on the Soft Suede card stock to give the background some interest. A few strips of designer paper (neutrals stack) were added for addition texture and color. The greeting, from the Afterthoughts hostess set, was stamped in Early Espresso onto Very Vanilla card stock and the edges were sponged. I am in love with these new antique brads - they really add a lot to your cards!
For this final card, I decided to get colorful :) I used my markers to color the image (Wild Wasabi, Not Quite Navy and Elegant Eggplant). This is such a fun way to create a knockout image! I used a bit of glitter on the designer paper and made a golf ball using my 1/2" circle punch and running the punched out circle through the Big Shot with the square lattice embossing folder. I hope you like it! Thanks for stopping by for this week's Four Ways Friday! I hope to see you next week! :)