Designer's Tip: Alter a greeting stamp by inking a portion of the greeting in one color and wiping the remaining words clean of ink. Stamp image, clean stamp and ink remaining words. Stamp below the first word for a completely different look for the greeting.
- Place the card fold on the side. Glue 4 3/4”x6 1/4” blue diamond paper to the card center. Ink the long edges of 5”x1 1/4” yellow circle paper black and mat with white cardstock, leaving 1/8” border. Glue across the card center. Glue a length of red rick rack across the border center.
- Ink edges of 2 3/4”x3 5/8” red circle paper black. Mat with white cardstock, leaving 1/8” white cardstock, ink edges black and mat again with red textured paper leaving 1/16” border. Glue to the card center and glue a blue stitch bow to the top.
- Stamp 5 different hexagon images onto white cardstock using 5 colored chalk inkpads. Repeat one image a second time using the Blue Iris inkpad. Cut out the 6 hexagons and arrange and glue on a 2 1/4” square of white cardstock.
- Stamp a white stitched hexagon on white cardstock. Stamp “Love” in warm red and clean stamp. Stamp “is a gift” in black. Cut out and foam tape to the center of the 6 hexagons. Foam tape the focal to the center of the orange rectangle on the card front.