More Cling-alicious Cards

In my last Fabulous Finds Friday post, I mentioned the joys of cling rubber stamps that have indexing on the back of the cling so you can see it through the acrylic block.

I have been having a great time playing with the images from Stampendous! and Hero Arts. In the card below, I again used my brayer and a pastel Kaleidacolor inkpad on Hero Arts’ Antique Brocade image:

hero cling pastel brocade & crafty birds

The bird (Crafty Indivuals) was white embossed on a brayered background. Flowers by Imaginisce; gemstones by Hero Arts.

Below is the brocade image again, inked in black and used on a tag. Flower and gems also by Hero Arts.

cling hero brocade tag

Then it was time to make some cards using the Stampendous! cling images. I used fresh bloom  (CRQ130R) for a fast and easy card last week. Here are some others:

cling stampendous crows envy

Are those crowns cute, or what? (Crazy Crowns CRV125R). Note the matching envelope! You can’t see it in this photo, but the middle crown on the card has Hero Arts gemstones in the tips, and the hearts are colored with American Crafts glitter markers. The paper (WorldWin Petallics) was run through the damask Cuttlebug embossing folder. The ribbon is from Catcus Pink.

In the next image, note how I got a smudge in the middle when I stamped it:

cling stampendous fluffie smudged

I almost tossed it out, but then decided, “hmmm… what if I just cut around the bad part? So I did, and here is how I used it:

cling fluffie cutup

(Images colored using watercolor pencil.

These stamps can be found at www.heroarts.com and www.stampendous.com

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One Response

  1. Great idea, being able to see the image through the block. Someone should have thought of that years ago! These cards are gorgeous. I especially love the B&W floral.

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