Following on from yesterday's post, here are some cards I've created using the new Word Block stamps!
There's 6 new themes, a nice addition to the 6 existing themes of Word Blocks!
Awesome: Stamped the Awesome Word Block onto a kraft tag with Archival Vermillion ink, then stamped around it with little stars from the Robot Vol 2 stamp set. Added some Robot Filmstrips and old dictionary paper.
Creativity: Created a background with Wild Honey and Broken China Distress Stains, which blended to give some green tones as well. Stamped the Creativity Word Block over the top with Archival Jet Black ink. Stamped the pen and paintbrush from the Artist stamp set, trimmed, wrapped in ribbon and adhered over the words.
Love: Stamped the Love Word Block onto Basic Grey patterned paper with Archival Magenta Hue ink. Stamped it again using the same ink onto Blush patterned paper. Stamped a heart from the Hearts stamp set over the words and trimmed to size. Adhered over the Word Block background with foam adhesive to give a spotlight effect!
Friendship: Stamped and embossed the Friendship Word Block with Ranger Weathered White embossing powder. Went over the top with Dusty Concord and Wild Honey Distress Stain. Coloured the butterfly chipboard with Pistachio Precious Metal Colour. Stamped the Word Block onto white cardtsock with Saffron Archival ink, trimmed out the words 'Friends Always' and mounted onto the card with foam adhesive.
Thank You: Stamped the Thank You Word Block onto Basic Grey patterned paper and trimmed out each word individually. Adhered them down the left side of the card. The flowers are from the Bold Blossoms stamp set, stamped in Monarch Orange Archival ink.
Smile: Stamped the Smile Word Block onto white cardstock with Archival Jet Black ink. I used the new Limited Edition Winter Distress inks to sponge over the top. I love how they blend together - and this shows that you can use these inks for more than just Christmas cards! I've sprayed a little Perfect Pearl Mist over the top before adding the ribbon and a Maya Road metal ribbon slide.
I hope these have inspired you!