Tuesday, July 19, 2016

How to Stamp a 'Picture Perfect' Rose

Happy Tuesday!

In April I posted this card and my good blog friend, Lisa, asked for a tutorial on stamping the rose. I apologize for the delay in posting the tutorial, but sometimes life gets in the way. Anyhoo, better late than never, right?!?!? 

So, here goes:


I used the Picture Perfect stamp set, which is on page 22 of the Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog.


This is a multi-step stamp set and each step is numbered (hope you can see the number printed on the sheet next to each image stamp).


I used a Sharpie on the acrylic blocks to number the stamps for you. Note that the stamps have a notch on them so you can place each one in the same direction on your blocks.


Now, I don't want to confuse you, but I find it easier to stamp in reverse order! For the first step, I stamped the #3 image with Melon Mambo.


For the second step, I again used Melon Mambo, but stamped off once.


Lastly, I used Pink Pirouette.

That's all there is to stamping a 'Picture Perfect rose!

Thanks for stopping by!


Supply list:  Whisper White CS, Melon Mambo and Pink Pirouette Ink, Acrylic Blocks, B, C, and D, and Picture Perfect Stamp Set

6 comments:

Lisa said...

Thank you so much for the tutorial, Lisa and just WOW!! The rose looks amazing!! I've been studying the pictures and I'm just amazed at the depth of colors you've achieved!! It's stunning!! Your tutorial was perfect!! Love, love this my friend!! Thank you again!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Marie-Louise said...

Great tutorial Lisa. Great to see you blogging. Take care.

Diana Auberle said...

Thanks for the great tutorial. Now I have another stamp set on my want to have list. :)
Happy crafting to you
Diana

Marisa Job said...

Great tutorial! Have a great weekend!!

Bev Gerard said...

Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing that, Lisa. I enjoy our 3-step stamps and the beautiful variety of looks possible via color variation in the steps!

Regina said...

Lisa, vielen Dank für deine großartige Erklärung zu diesem wundervollen Stempel!
Bin ganz begeistert!

liebe Knuddel-Grüße
Regina