First is an 8" X 10" framed project. Someday, my husband and I hope to restore a classic 1960's cruiser. I love the colors of this one we saw at the Gilmore Car Car Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan.
To do this type of background with traditional stamps would have required time and patience (neither of which I have much of!) to align and ink each stamp but with My Digital Studio I was able to copy, paste and align the images pretty quickly and definitely more accurately. I also used the coloring tool to color portions of the frame.
To make the card for my next project, I superimposed these two stamp images of the same color on top of each other.
Each stamp has a Very Vanilla drop shadow (offset: X-0, Y-0 Blur: 5 Opacity: 70%) to distinguish the edges and give a unique effect. The side images are stamped with Very Vanilla (40% opacity).
Both projects were printed on Whisper White cardstock. The following colors were used.
Framed project: Coastal Cabana, Sahara Sand, Crisp Cantaloupe, Early Espresso
Card: Backgound- Not Quite Navy Stamps- Midnight Muse, Very Vanilla
Card was mounted on a Midnight Muse card base.
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