Today is the fourth and final day of the July release from Winnie & Walter, and it ends with what I think is an awesome pattern maker!
Day 4 is for the Scenery: V for Chevron stamp set – the number of backgrounds you can create with this is truly limitless! Here’s what I came up with:
I used one of the solid chevron stamps to create this pattern by drawing some light vertical lines onto a piece of cardstock and stamping each colour one by one.
I made sure each impression lined up as near as I could with the last one…the stamp had to be rotated each time so that it could fit snuggly with each impression to create what looks like a seamless pattern. Just think, one small stamp can go such a long way!
I trimmed the inked panel down to fit my card base and die-cut the Simon Says Stamp Big Hello from the middle. I adhered the larger pieces onto the card base, and then die-cut the Big Hello three times from some white cardstock so that they could be stuck together to create one thicker die-cut element.
The thicker die-cut was inlaid and adhered onto the card base where it had been cut out of the inked panel. I also stamped some smaller chevrons from the new set and a sentiment from You’ve Got Love Mail. There’s a few clear sequins to finish up the card.
Be sure check out the projects from Diane Jaquay and Jenny Martin, who are our guest stars for this release as they won the Playdate No. 2 challenge, Julie and Shay on the Winnie & Walter blog, and the rest of the Winnie & Walter talent:
More details can be found here for the chance to win all of the Winnie & Walter July Release! That’s all four stamp sets + co-ordinating cut files!!!
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