I'm sure all of you loved the fun fold cards that we showcased in May. May also saw Washi Tapes being introduced in the store.....do not miss Nikita's post on quick cards using Washi Tape, the cards are gorgeous and super easy to make!
Well lets move on and see what the month of June has in store......as this post's heading makes it abundantly clear this month's theme is stamping. To spice things up we are also introducing a monthly challenge......there are going to some amazing prizes up for grabs.....so stay tuned.
As this month's theme is stamping we are going feature a series of tutorials covering some fun stamping techniques like Paper Piecing, Rock n Roll, Heat Embossing, Masking, Emboss Resist...
The Lulupu store has a some gorgeous wood mounted and clear stamps at unbelievable (in a good way :P) prices (check them out here and here).
Here's a card I made using the paper piecing stamping technique.
Here's the Introduction to stamping video (sorry for the bad lighting, there was no power at home when I shot this :( ).
This one is the paper piecing tutorial.
- It is not necessary to use stamps bought from Lulupu.com (though we would love it if you do).
- You can link up your creation to a maximum of 8 challenges including this one.
- The challenge is open to only Indian nationals.
- No Back linking please. We would love to see what you make post this challenge is announced.
And now to the most awaited part.......the prize........can we have some drumroll please........the winner gets to choose any 1 MICIA CPM(medium size) Stamp from our store which shows in stock :), how cool is that! So what are you waiting for start stamping........can't wait to see what everyone comes up with!
Happy Stamping and have a great weekend!
Supplies used for the paper pieced card:
Cardstock: Locally bought handmade paper
Washi Tape - Fun Green Stripes, White Hearts on Red
Stamps - Feeling Loved Micia Clear Stamp Set, Flower Girl Micia Wood Mounted Stamp
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Self adhesive bling stickers from Pie Lane
Bo-bunny and Cosmo Cricket diecuts
Copic Markers - E00, E21, R30