Accept What Is | Card Inspiration

One of the EASIEST and most INSPIRATIONAL cards you can make! Start with the “Accept What Is” stamp by Technique Junkies.

July 2021 New Release Stamps by Technique Junkies

Stamp with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink on a sheet of “Warm Breeze” patterned paper by Craft O’Clock. Cut out and use a lime green marker to mark over the stems of the flowers.


Tsukineko – Memento – Fade Resistant Dye Ink Pad – Tuxedo Black – $5.93
“Warm Breeze” paper collection by Craft O’Clock

Stamp again on the back of scraps of the same patterned paper, and again on the scraps of the front of the same paper. Fussy cut out the flowers.

Use a Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Mini Ink Blending Tool – Round to add a bit of Distress Oxide Ink to the flowers. Press firmly with the ink blending tool so the round shape highlights the petals of the stamped flowers.

Adhere the flowers to pieces of scrap cardboard or dimensional foam and then adhere to the main card panel, right over top of the original stamped flowers. This creates the raised look of the flowers. I chose to leave the upper-most pink flower flat against the card instead of using dimension on ALL the flowers. Then, I mounted the whole thing on a card base.

It cannot get easier than this!

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Supply List:

Accept What Is Stamp by Technique Junkies
Warm Breeze Paper Collection by Craft O’Clock
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Distress Oxide Ink
Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Mini Ink Blending Tool – Round
Tim Holtz 5″ Mini Snips
Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive
Scor Tape
Crafter’s Companion – Spectrum Noir – TriBlend Markers – Citrus Green

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