22 February 2018
Bloghop! Background stamping
Every month we choose a topic or theme with which our Designteam goes to work and posts a card on their own blog. Join in for the Bloghop and pass all the designers who participate. Leave a comment at each blog and on our website and at the end of the Bloghop you can win a great prize!
Since the summer of 2015, we have been introducing background stamps regularly in our collection. Nowadays it is a trend to create your own backgrounds for cards with Distress inks & oxides and all kinds of stamps and stencils. And these background stamps come in handy in all kinds of styles and for all kinds of occasions. You can fully stamp the image in a nice color or use a fraction by inking it partly and create a nice Mixed Media style effect on your card. During the bloghop of this month we would like to show you what is possible.
The ladies of our designteam each have chosen a stamp that is pictured above and created a nice example card. They posts these on their own blog. At the bottom of this blogpost you will see the first Design Team member who will show something with a background stamp.
First read all the rules below and join in:
The Bloghop runs from Thursday, February 22nd until Sunday, February 25th.
Visit all participating blogs in these days and leave a nice comment at each post.
If you hop the Bloghop in the right order, you will automatically end up here on our Blog again. Also leave a closing comment below when you've finished the hop.
Only if you leave a message with each blogpost and also respond to this blogpost on our website do you participate in the prize draw of the Bloghop prize.
We will raffle this prize on Monday February 26th among all the bloghoppers!
(The prize winner will be announced here on the blog during the day)
A background stamp set to get started worth over € 30! The dots are fun to stamp with white emboss powder on colored paper and the typewriter gives a very nice effect if you partly use ink to create shreds of it on your background. Of course an Acrylic Bloc XL to mount your background stamps on.
Let's start! First you have to go to:
Have fun hopping around, see you in a bit!