Geometrical background card using Winnie & Walter digi stamp

Hello crafty friends!

Today I have for you another card that I made using the Winnie & Walter a freebie digi stamp. It is an awesome set of digi background stamps that you can print out yourself and on any kind of cardstock and then you can also colour it with whichever medium you want.

This is my second card I made using this set (HERE is the other card) and I think there are so many more possibilities so it is very cool that Winnie & Walter offers it as a free downloadable set on their website!

On my project today I used some Neenah Solar white cardstock and I coloured the triangle background using ProMarkers – which are alcohol markers. You can see the process video at the bottom of this post. I blended different colours to create a rainbow effect. I then stamped a flower and a leaf from the lawn fawn set – flutter by and also coloured them with my markers in a colourful fashion. I die cut a banner using Avery Elle – dotted frame dies and stamped the “thanks” sentiment form Lawn Fawn – Love you a latte set. I heat embossed the sentiment in opaque white embossing powder to stand out on the black banner and my card was finished!

I really like how it turned out! 3 2 1

I am entering this card into the Daily Marker colouring challenge

the Virginia’s View challenge #22 – All about colours

and Winnie & Walter – Gossip Column challenge to use spectrum/rainbow colours

V V Challenge #22this-one

Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope you got inspired!


6 thoughts on “Geometrical background card using Winnie & Walter digi stamp

  1. What a pretty card! Love the rainbow coloring – and its on the flower too! 😀
    I didn’t notice when you changed the look of your blog – its looks great now!!

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