March 31, 2009

Another Option


One more great option using the grid stamp and template I've shown below is to first stamp your grid onto a piece of white paper. Then carefully place the template over the grid so all nine squares fit evenly inside the dotted lines. Secure at the top with a piece of tape.
For this card I used a stipple brush to add some background colors before stamping my flowers over the template
When you are done, remove the template and you once again have that great postage look.
I added a sentiment with rub-ons after removing the template.

8 comments:

Tonje said...

What a lovely card you made with your new stamp!

Dawn said...

Louise, I bought this stamp and the scissors, but did not buy the template, I really wish I would have because I've not used it at all since. I do like the other post with the things to do without the template, thanks for giving me ideas...Not that I can play yet...lol

kathy said...

WOW Louise - the cards are so wonderful - thanks for the tip - Hmm may have one of the stamps -- I
have something with a grid - but probably not the template -
If not might be a good idea to check the stamp co --Kathy - ga

Kris Dickinson said...

Very pretty Louise!

joanne wardle said...

fabulous

Jacqueline said...

Another beautiful card!

Shar said...

Great faux postage! Truly beautiful!

ScrappyPam said...

I really like this one, too. Now I need that stamp!!