Bulk Cards using MFT's Colour Drops Stamp

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Hi Crafters,
it is a rare occurrence that I am all caught up with my design work and have time to just create using products I've thrown into my "when I have time" pile. Today is one of those days and I am super excited to bring you a fun new video. It is very similar to my 5 Cards 1 Stamp tutorial, however I used the same stamp on the backgrounds only, the sentiments vary between different sets. I set my eye on the My Favorite Things Color Drops Stamp Set ( SSS | MFT ) because I had tons of ideas flowing through my brain on how to create with it. I love very plain and simply stamps that can do so many things!




Solid stamps can be a challenge. They can often look blotchy when stamped, often don't stamp properly so there are two tricks to these - using the MISTI Stamping Tool ( SSS | MFT ) so you can stamp again and again in the same spot or invest in some Catherine Pooler inks that stamps solid images perfectly each time. Combine the two and WOW you are in for a treat!!! For this card, I used the colours Tiki Torch, Tutti Fruity, Party Dress, Flirty Fuchsia, Aquatini and Lime Rickey.


For this design, I managed to squeeze out two cards - one being very clean and simple but equally beautiful. I die cut My Favorite Things Twice the Thanks Die ( SSS | MFT ) directly from the background and used the leftover pieces to create a second card. I die cut it again in Simon Says Stamp Black Cardstock( SSS ) and filled in the background. For this card I used the colours Tiki Torch and Tiara.


This card was very randomly stamped in party dress, pixie dust, lime rickey, tiki torch and tutti fruiti. Paried with the Hello Beautiful Die( SSS | MFT ) in black makes the background truly pop!


I dug out all my blue and teal shades to create this card with all those tiny dot stamps from the set. I used Aquatini, Something Borrowed, All that Jazz, It's a Boy and Fiesta Blue to make this fun background. I paired it with My Favorite Things Grateful For You( SSS | MFT ) Stamp.


This last card using some of the lighter colours from the latest Catherine Ink Release. I used Melon Ice, It's a Boy, Pixie Dust, Bellini and Tiara. I die cut the Big Hugs Die( MFT | SSS ) directly from the background and elevated the pieces using some 3D foam tape.

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9 comments

  1. I love this video showing the versatility of a single stamp set. Would love to see more videos like this. You ended up with a great assortment of fun, bright, cheery cards. This stamp set would also work great for masculine cards and all sorts of different color combinations. I have a question, when you use the fine tip applicator with the matte medium, do you have to take off the top that already comes on the bottle of matte medium and then screw the applicator onto the bottle? I haven't tried any of the fine tips yet but it looks like you can really control the amount of glue applied to very small areas. Perfect for detail work. Thanks for the wonderful videos.

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    1. The colour combinations are endless! I should try some masculine cards with these I always have trouble creating them!.

      You do hav etc take the top off on the bottle and replace it with the applicator. I just took my tweezers and pulled it off, it's not too hard. It is great to not have to deal with clogging issues as well as being able to control the amount of glue.

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    2. Will have to add the fine tips to my wishlist. I'm new to your blog and looking forward to exploring all your posts. Thanks for your response, from your neighbor "next door" in Minnesota.

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  2. Amazing.... The color is so striking. I really enjoy your videos. All of them. It is inspiring and fun to see the 5 cards 1 stamp. It really helps me to see the possibilities are endless.

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  3. Really enjoy the variety you offer with using one stamp...great use of product. I agree about the inks,so much easier to use!

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  4. Wow what a great idea on using one stamp Set! I would look at a set like this and pass it over, because I wouldn't have thought of what to do with it. Thank you first time to your blog and love it and did subscribed!!! Thanks again

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  5. Hi Justine
    I came across your video's on you tube and absolutely love them so I had to subscribe of course. I really like your ideas, I love clean and simple but your colour combinations are so vibrant and gorgeous. I think I may have to try and get some of Catherine Poolers ink pads. I love your ideas for using one stamp set. Can we have some more please.
    Keep doing what you're doing. Absolutely fabulous and a joy to watch.
    Tracey.x

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