Stitched Cacti Hugs – Adding Depth to Images

Hi friends! Happy Wednesday!! Please welcome special guest Channin Pelletier on our blog today representing the awesome folks at Waffle Flower Crafts! I adore these stitched stamps and the pops of gradient stamping to add depth makes for such a neat pop in the design! Be sure to read on and watch the video for more information! Enjoy!
Adding Depth to Waffle Flower Stitched Cacti

Hello everyone! It’s Channin here and I am extremely excited to be here with you all at the Simon Says Stamp blog sharing a card I made with Waffle Flower Crafts’ newest products!

In this spring release, Waffle Flower has four cross-stitch inspired layering stamp sets that are seriously the bees knees! I have been having so so much fun playing with these stamp sets, they are just so fun to create with!

In my video I showcase my personal favorite out of all the cross-stitched sets, the Stitched Cacti Stamp Set. I will also feature the gorgeous new Patched Layers Die set as well! These dies are so cool because they add a beautiful blanket stitched border to your card panels which works perfectly with the new stitched stamp sets!

WATCH THE VIDEO:


I will also demonstrate an amazing trick I learned that will help you to position your layering stamps perfectly and I will also demonstrate how I add depth to the stitched images with shading!

~Channin

Adding Depth to Waffle Flower Stitched Cacti

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  1. Really adorable card and thank you for the awesome tip for lining up the next stamp layer, I will defiantly be trying that out!

  2. Love your technique of lining up the acetate on top of the stamped image. I have difficulty with layering stamps but I will give this technique a try. Maybe I’ll be successful with layered stamps using this technique.

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