Once again, My Minds Eye has released another round of amazing and versatile stamp sets for the Lost & Found Two collections. I love how you can use the stamps for both fresh and vintage styles.
I love using stamps to create backgrounds and details for my projects, like journal tags. If you don't feel confident about stamping directly onto the background paper, stamp on a separate sheet and then cut out the details to adhere to your project.
Here are two cards I made stamping on some of the awesome Lost & Found Two papers.
And the layouts...
Having pancakes on my birthday instead of cake has become a bit of a tradition now.
For the background on this layout, I used the Rosy Everything Lace stamp to stamp straight onto kraft cardstock. I know the impressions aren't perfect but I kinda like the vintage worn effect I ended up with. The label was stamped on the tag, cut out, and mounted on foam.
For this page, I used the other lace half from the Rosy Everything Stamp set, but this time I used pink and lime green ink on white cardstock. I also stamped the halves together to make the round flower shapes.
A lot of people have fears of background stamping, so using tags is a great way to incorporate stamps on your layouts without too much stress.
Don't the new My Minds Eye Pearl Swirls look awesome?? I love those wooden buttons from the Lost & Found Two range!
For this page, I loved this photo of Lily and decided to use just the stamps to make the background the title and created a fancy tag to add a little fun!
I hope these pages and cards give you a little inspiration to add the stamps to your own artwork. Remember to have fun with the stamps and experiment! Using different ink colours can change the feel of the final stamped image.