Monday, October 17, 2016

Clean and Simple Stamping

Hello everyone!! Kymona from Kreative Kymona here again with another card design to inspire you. Today I'm going to show you a card using a clean and simple stamping technique.

Take a look:


I used Rubber Dance Stamp Texture Flower small stamps to create a border along the right side of the Bristol Smooth White cardstock.

I didn't use any color because black and white cards are so elegant.  

To create this card, I stamped each image one at a time using Versafine Onyx Black ink.  I arranged them in no particular order. I tried to fill in any big open spaces. 

Once I was happy with the border, I stamped the sentiment from Just a Note stamp set and rounded the top left corner to finish the card off. 

So, what do you think?  Would you try creating a clean and simple card?  

I can't wait to hear from you!

Thank you for stopping by!

~Kymona

9 comments:

  1. it is very elegant, I love black and white too

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  2. Very nice, simple and easy. I like that!

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  3. Hi Kymona ~ I always love your CAS cards. Always and you can't go wrong with black and white. It's classic and classy. Thanks for sharing. ~HUGS~

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  4. Thank you, Kymona! ♥ As much as I love mixed media and all kinds of colours and exciting techniques, I'm also a BIG fan of CAS cards!! You've proven that black ink on white cardstock are really all one needs to make a cool and interesting card. Well done! :-)))

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  5. This was so cool, Kymona! Simple and elegant.
    Hugs, Anita

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  6. Neat and striking card Kymona!
    I do love CAS cards but I need to spend hours before getting an arrangement that looks OK!

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  7. Beautiful simple card!
    And now I want those stamps!! Thanks so much for sharing!!")

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