Here are the four cards my customers created:
The stamp set we used was Happy Moments. And there are a variety of paper kits used. From left to right: Lucky; Bliss and Mayberry; Bliss, Sweetheart and Sophia; Lucky and Mayberry. Each card has different kinds of clear buttons on it. Take a look at each one below:
Here's a close up of that neat flower. We just stamped the same one three times. Once with Bamboo on the large square piece, then twice with Blush. These two we sponged with Bamboo ink and then cut them out. The top one we kept the full petals only, every other one. Then curled the petals. This is my favourite card!
On this card we sewed the buttons onto some Cocoa cardstock with Waxy Flax, then cut them out, giving them a nice colour.
And here's a close up of the last card. We also backed the buttons on this one, the large one in the flower with a bit of Mayberry paper and the smaller ones with Grey Flannel paper.
Here are the other two cards I made, but didn't include in the workshop. The masking we did for the sentiments was just too fiddly for my customers, although now that you see what you can do, maybe you'll want to try it!
This first 3x3 card used Miracle and Wings.
And this last standard-size card used Sweetheart and Wings.
It's pretty amazing how different these cards all look! And all with one stamp set. I also love how papers from different kits were used on the cards. It's something I like to do, but have a hard time with.
What can you do with just one stamp set? Happy Creating!