More Monoprinting – Birthday Daisies

More Monoprinting – Birthday Daisies

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Recently, I shared some cards I made using a monoprinting technique I learned from a class in the online Spring Card Camp 2 course.  This card was done the same way, but the stamp used here was a large background stamp with less “solid” images than on the stamp I used before.  (I don’t want to give too much of the technique/lesson away as the lesson is exclusive to the class and enrollment in the course is required,  but I briefly described what I did in my recent post.)

As mentioned before, you can get several panels from the “same” ink on the gel plate and stamp.

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The background stamp is the “Rose Lace Background Stamp” from Gina K Designs.  Cracked Pistachio, Peacock Feathers, and Faded Jeans Distress Oxide inks were applied with a brayer to the plate.

The die cuts used were “Delightful Daisy” by Poppy Stamps and “Mini Expressions – Happy Birthday” by Creative Expressions.  These were each cut three times, stacked, and glued together to make them thicker so they’d stand out better.

Thanks for checking out my card project!

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10 thoughts on “More Monoprinting – Birthday Daisies

  1. I love these backgrounds – they are wonderful and how you added the daisies is perfect. They showcase each other beautifully. Is your gel plate a big one? I have a small one, but maybe I should look at getting a bigger one to try out the technique

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