Using freehand elements to improve your cards!

Hi friends! Have you have tried to stamp a scene with multiple images on a card and felt like everything was floating, nothing matched or it just didn’t feel whole? Today I will show you how you can add a few hand drawn elements to make your card feel cohesive and complete.

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Watch the video to see how!

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Make sure when you are hand drawing elements that you use a pen that matches your stamping ink color and will work with your coloring medium. I used a black sharpie because it was black like my stamping ink and was waterproof so it wouldn’t smear when I painted it with watercolors. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and til next time happy crafting!

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5 Responses

  1. what a cute card …. I love that cat!
    Good idea to use the stamps we have to create scenes … funny I never thought about it myself yet. I could make more use of what I already have that way PLUS it would be more individual. Thanks a lot!

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  2. Boy this card came out soo cute! It so reminds me of a Garfield cartoon. But such a happy feeling uplifting card to send to someone.

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  3. Great tips Lindsay, thanks!

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  4. Oh Lindsay , i just love the way you build scenes on your cards. Thanks for the great ideas and tips I love your stamping videos.Katzelkraft has such fun stamps,I appreciate you showing different ways to use supplies

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  5. Wonderful card. The window and mouse hole really made it all come together. Love the painting tips.

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