I'm guessing if you're like me, you love getting more than one use out of your stamps. Sometimes it's a justification for adding more goodies to your collection, and other times the process (or challenge) of figuring out how to alter an image adds to our creative pleasure. This challenge expands on that theme. We'd like you to chose one Winnie & Walter image and rotate that image multiple times on your project.
A typical outcome of stamping an image in a circle is to create a flower, like on this card. Can you tell what stamp is used to create this flower?
It's the scarf from Stampets: Penguin! The two ends of the scarf make the sides of the petals, and the neck of the scarf makes the orange center. Once you have the outline stamped, it's fun to pick which colors to fill the different sections.
You can also rotate a word to make a background. In this case, the word "happy" is also part of the card's sentiment. Knowing that this particular word has a long tail on the end of it, you may envision ahead of time how that would create a segmented circle with a filled center. The long tail also helps space the words out so that they are pretty readable.
Here's a tip for this technique. It's helpful to pick a benchmark so that each time you rotate the stamp it's a consistent distance from the last stamped image. In this case, each time I turned the "happy" stamp, I lined the top of the "y" to be slightly higher than the top of the previously stamped "y's" loop.
We'd love to see what you can make from rotating a single Winnie & Walter stamp (or die!)>>>GIVEAWAY<<<
Link up your take on this challenge for a chance to win a $50.00 gift card (gift code) to the w&w shop. One random winner will be chosen.
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