Layered stamping technique, & texture with stencils and Nuvo embellishment mousse

Hi there, I have another video tutorial for you today where I show you a layered stamping technique and how to create background texture with Tonic nuvo embellishment mousse.

What I’ve used

I have used my own stamp designs, the Solid Rectangles A6 stamps to create a mini background onto which I’ve used mini stamps designed by Kerri-Ann Briggs. This little image panel has been framed with my Nesting Circle & Rectangle A5 stamps sets, and mounted onto the card front using 3D adhesive foam.

layered stamping technique

All stamps are available on the Imagine Design Create website

imagine design create website

80 x 120mm Butterflies & Hearts Stencil / Solid Rectangle A6 stamps / Nesting Circle & Rectangle A5 stamps / Mini Grasses A7 stamps / Mini Butterfly Blots A7 stamps.

I have used the Tonic Nuvo embellishment mousses again, this time spreading through the stencil to create a bit of depth and texture to the butterflies. I didn’t want the card to appear too pink, so I added a little bit of the Lemon Sorbet mouse through the stencil on top of the pink. Although in the video I used a stamping platform to create the little focal image, it is not essential- because the solid rectangle stamps are so easy to line up using stamping blocks.

Video tutorial showing Layered stamping technique

https://youtu.be/2cJfWnCgCSo

I hope you enjoy the tutorial, until next time….

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