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Wednesday, 12 August 2015

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Embellishments

Paper or cardstock embellishments can be made using a craft or paper punch. This can be used to punch out shapes which can be added to the cards. Add embellishments to cards with glue dots for a raised image and to give depth to the card.


Text

Text is an important feature in a greeting card, the right sentiment tells the recipient how you feel and makes the card extra special. While it would be great to own text rubber stamps for every occasion, the reality is often very different. It is possible to print text from a computer for rubber stamped projects and this can be incorporated into the finished design. This opens up a whole range of text opportunities that can work well with any rubber stamped greeting card project.

Design Tips

·                                 Less is More! An extremely effective card can be created by using a small stamp on a large plain sheet of card.
·                                 Tapestry stamps can be used to create wreaths or frames for cards.
·                                 For a formal effect try laying the stamped designs out in a structured way, for instance evenly spaced in rows or columns.