Hi! Welcome to the CTMH Spotlight Blog Hop! If you have just come from Haley's blog, you are on the right track. Didn't you just love her artwork?!!! This month we are spotlighting Background Stamping, and for my project, I chose the CTMH "Star Power" stamp set to make a Rock Star card for one of my favorite teenagers. I absolutely love the CTMH "You Rock" paper pack with its wild colors of Goldrush, Indian Corn Blue, Olive, and Outdoor Denim! But what if your rock star is more of a pink and sparkly rock star? With background stamping, you can create your own paper and make it whatever colors you want:
All products used are from Close To My Heart unless otherwise noted. For this card I used White Daisy, Watermelon, and Black cardstock and ink. I used the CTMH "Star Power" stamp set. I stamped the star flourish diagonally on the White Daisy cardstock in black ink and colored those stars with a CTMH Watermelon marker. Then I stamped various sizes of stars and flourishes with Black and Watermelon ink. I stamped the guitar and sentiment with Versamark ink on Watermelon cardstock and heat embossed them with black embossing powder. The pink, white, and black stacked star was made using punches but could also have been made by cutting out additional stamped stars from this set. I "blinged" it up with CTMH sparkles. The only non-CTMH product used was black diamond Stickles on the guitar and star. Here's a close-up:
As you can see, I also popped up the star with some 3-D foam tape. Don't you just love it? I hope my rock star does too! Leave me a comment, and let me know what you think. Then hop on over to Karen's blog and check out her work of art! Thanks for stopping by!