Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Your Next Stamp Share The Love Card Video

Hello fellow card makers.

Today I am sharing my project for Your Next Stamp. We were asked to create a project around the theme "share the love" using the brand new January Release products. I am creating this content prior to the release going live, but to see the new release, you can (CLICK HERE!) it will take you to the New Products page over at the Your Next Stamp online store.

Don't forget to visit the Your Next Stamp blog and comment for your chance to win a stamp set of your choice from the Your Next Stamp online store. (CLICK HERE!) to take you over to the blog and check out what the rest of the design team came up with for the "share the love" theme.

For my project, I used the new Silly Monsters stamp set. I love all the monster themed stamps sets that Your Next Stamp has. I adore cute monster images in general. So for my card, I started with a piece of Strathmore Bristol smooth white cardstock and ink blended a ground and a sky using Distress Oxide inks in Twisted Citron and Broken China. I then used a stencil by Heidi Swapp to ink blend some hearts with Candied Apple Distress Oxide Ink. After I ink blended the hearts, I used the Distress Marker Spritzer tool to spritz a bit of Distress Marker in Barn Door to add some texture. I really like how this turned out. To see it in action, click the link to my YouTube video creating this card linked below. After the background was completed I cut it down using the second to largest Stitched Rectangle die. I adhered some craft foam to the back with 1/2 inch double sided tape and placed it on my Simon Says Stamp Fog card base.

The images of the stacked monsters and the "boss" monster were stamped and masked with Memento Tuxedo black ink and colored with Copic markers. I have listed the markers used below. I cut them out and popped up the stacked monsters with Scotch 3M foam tape. I popped the "boss" monster up with a Art Impressions mini action wobble.

The sign the monsters are holding was stamped with Versamark ink and white heat embossed with Hero Arts Ultra fine white embossing powder. I cut it out using one of the smaller stitched rectangle dies from the Stitched Rectangle die set.

Thank you for visiting my blog today. Don't forget to visit the Your Next Stamp blog (CLICK HERE!) to check out the rest of the Design Team's creations as well as to comment to have a chance to win a stamp set of your choice from the Your Next Stamp online store.



  1. Haha that's super fun and adorable :)

  2. Such a cute card Koren, I totally would have just hand cut that sucker out with out the white edge and slapped it on. No one would ever know that the marker bled.
    A super cute little guy you've got there.