Tag Archives: single layer cards

Single Layer Cards Using Catherine Pooler’s Fun Forest Stamp Set

I have only purchased one or two new fall stamp sets this year.  I had purchased a couple sets last year that I didn’t use enough, so I decided that I didn’t need more fall sets until the ones I have got plenty of use. I decided to experiment with two card sketches today.  I was playing with… Read More »

Create Your Own Background With Copic Markers and 7 Kids Crafts Tree House Faeries

I get a lot of questions about the backgrounds that I create when I use a digital image.  Most of the time, you don’t get a background included with a digital image, so you can create one or just use the image as you would any stamped image. I really enjoy making my own scene backgrounds.  I’ve been… Read More »

Reverse Masking To Create A Single Layer Card

I decided to participate in this week’s Less Is More challenge.  It’s a clean and simple challenge and this week the theme said Recipe Dimension. I interpreted that to mean that I was to use a recipe card sized layout. I created a beautiful card that did just that.  But make sure you compare it to the bottom… Read More »

Just How Do You Do That Drop Shadow Faux Dimension?

I’ve been practicing and mentioning my single layer card faux dimension technique called drop shadow.  Several people have asked me how to do it so I created a video and a pair of cards to show you how to do this technique and to compare what a difference it makes. I held up the two cards and asked… Read More »

Create A One Layer Fall Card With Faux Dimension

I had so much fun with my Sunny Studio stamps yesterday, that I didn’t bother cleaning up my craft table.  I just moved on to the next card I had in my head to create with this fabulous new fall release. I love the Sunny Studio Autumn Splendor and the Autumn Greetings stamp sets.  I decided that I… Read More »

Clean And Simple One Layer Card + Video Quick Tip

Here is a clean and simple one layer card and a 2 minute video quick tip on getting more from your photopolymer stamps. I recently received a card from my upline for a goal that I reached.  It was so clean and simple and it had a fun little photopolymer stamp trick and technique that I thought I’d… Read More »