Customizing Your Own Designer and Background Papers
by April Williams
Hi Everyone! ┬áToday we are learning how to make your own customized patterned paper. There are so many combinations that you can come up with. For simplicity sake, the examples are shown with colored ink. But this technique is really awesome with pigment inks or VersaMark ink and a variety of embossing powder colors (many which contain glitter for a rich look!). So take my samples as being very simple, and put your own spin on them by using the EPs in your stash.´╗┐
- background and/or individual stamps -- I used┬áBrocade Background 3125-398R,┬áLadybugs 3108-392A┬áand the butterfly from┬áDani's Umbrella set 392.
- cream or white card stock
- inks of your choice -- I used dark yellow, olive and rust
I started with my background stamp and stamped it with the yellow ink.
Then I randomly stamped the butterfly over this using rust ink.
Lastly I stamped the ladybugs randomly over this using olive ink.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed this quick tutorial and I hope you will make some patterned paper of your own. Have a great day!
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Here are more samples. Please click the thumbnails for complete directions:´╗┐´╗┐
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