Don't these lilacs look so realistic and lifelike? Lilacs are my favorite all time spring flower and these look so real thanks to Kitchen Sink Stamps multi-step stamps that I am featuring in my newest video here. Kitchen Sink Stamps was the first company to come out with layered stamps or Multi-Step stamps as they call it - they have been creating high quality clear multi-step stamps since 2007. In my newest video, I show many cards with layered stamps including the three I am sharing today all using Kitchen Sink Stamps floral multi-step stamps. Here is another view of the lilacs birthday card:
Here are two more floral cards I made with Kitchen Sink Stamps and show in the new video:
It is so easy to create lovely realistic looking flowers using the multi-step stamps from Kitchen Sink Stamps. I created the carnations in three different color families for the personalized eclipse card and this is the card I show how to make from start to finish in the new video. The alpha dies are from Kat Scrappiness and I again used a stitched rectangle die from Gina Marie Designs. My last card features the Multi-Step Lilies Kitchen Sink Stamps, a cute sentiment die from Kat Scrappiness and stitched rectangle dies from CUTplorations.
Tomorrow I will share the cards from the video using layered stamps from several other companies. For tips and many card samples featuring layered three dimensional stamps, take a look at my video here. Thanks for watching, subscribing, sharing and helping me #share the joy of creativity!
I am entering the first card in the Flower Power challenge at Simon Says Stamp Monday.