Tuesday, 11 June 2019

Arnold Grummer - Stamping on Handmade Paper Card

Hello, my friends!

 I have a new project to share with you for Arnold Grummer.

Today I'm using more handmade paper from my blizzard day stash!
My stash is almost gone...so I'll have to make some new paper soon!
Yay! It really is fun to do! :o)

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Today I'm sharing a lovely stamped card.
You'll find all the details HERE,
at the Arnold Grummer Blog.

A BIG thank you to Stampendous for the gorgeous stamp set!
It is called: Leafy Imprint.

Here's my card:

Materials Used:
Blender;
Inks: Stampin' Up - Old Olive, Lucky Limeade;
Green cardstock card base;
Ribbon: Celebrate It.

How I did it:


Today I'm using the paper that I made from packaging paper.
I haven't really done any stamping on handmade paper,
so I was anxious to use this beautiful leaf stamp to try it out.


I chose a couple of stamps I wanted to use.
Once I had them loaded with ink, I misted them with a spritz of water before stamping them.
I love the way the stamping turned out!
I used both greens on each imprint.


I mounted the finished piece on a green cardstock card base.
Then all it needed was a pretty green bow!


Here's one last look at the finished card:


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Thanks so much for stopping by today!
I'm really looking forward to sharing more handmade paper projects with you 
in the months ahead!
It's so much FUN!

Oh, you'll want to check out the resource page over at the website. 
You can watch Arnold Grummer himself demonstrate how to make paper! 

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Here are all the links:




4 comments:

natalia20041989 said...

So cute, have a lovely day☺

Shona Erlenborn said...

How lovely! That is so cool, making your own paper Nancy.

Daffodil Cards said...

This is wonderful Nancy, I never think of "simple" stamping to obtain such a wonderful and beautiful result.
Faith x

Katie said...

Beautiful card