The Beautiful Baroque Stamp!

I love it when I fall in love with a stamp….even more when it is a single stamp!!! I have created so many different styles/looks of cards with the Beautifully Baroque Stamp Set!

Sponged Baroque Card,

This card is super simple! It was created by stamping the Baroque image into Crushed Curry Ink and then I took one of my AMAZING Sponge Daubers and pounced around on the stamp to “pull ink off”. (For more samples of cards using your sponge daubers, check out this post and this post!) Then I stamped the image onto Whisper White Cardstock, that is how I got those varying colors of yellows! Super Fabulous and this card would be perfect for a Birthday, Sympathy, Thinking of You, Thank You and even a Wedding!!!! You could always change up the colors to match the occasion. Super simple and this would be a perfect card for making multiples and using up some scrap Designer Series Paper pieces. I find that making multiples of cards is much easier and quicker than making many card and each one is different! For more samples of cards using your sponge daubers, check out this post and this post!

Ruffled Ribbon Baroque Card,

This card is very different from the first one! I stamped the Baroque image onto a piece of Whisper White Cardstock! I super love Black and White with a POP of color…..especially when that color is PINK! 🙂 I then took a scrap piece of Whisper White Cardstock and stamped the Baroque image. I punched it out with my 2-1/2″ Circle punch and stuck a Jumbo Sticky Round to the back of it. Then I took my Strawberry Slush Ruffled Ribbon and stuck it around the edge of the circle! It is so easy and holds strong with the Sticky Rounds!!!! I went to put this image on my card and realized it just so happened to line up PERFECTLY (so did not plan on that but love when things come together). I think added the little greeting and a Candy Dot! I’m not sure if I think this card is elegant or fun! I kind of think it could go either way! Post in the comments what you think!!!!!

Here are some more samples using the Beautifully Baroque Stamp Set!

Happy Stampin’


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