Have you ever loved the colour of your cardstock and wished it had a pattern to match your stamps? Well that's actually a really easy fix, all you need is your favorite image, ink and a few minutes.
Random stamping a background with a single stamp using different inks can create different and beautiful results.
1. Start by selecting the stamp you want to use to create a background. I used the star cluster in the Baby Joy stamp set.
2. Number the stamp back ink in yellow and stamp on cream cardstock.
Numbering the back of the stamp will help you keep track of the image as you rotate it. In this photo the large star is labeled #1.
Stamp an area larger than you need and trim the access off. Always stamp off the page to create a more realistic look.
Here's a card using Versa Mark on Kraft paper.
For best results use odd numbers!
Have a great day!