Hello crafty readers!  This is Design Team member Crystal Komara here with you today sharing a simple way to use your digital stamps.  Admittedly, I am not the best colorer (in my own opinion anyway) and also there are just some days when I simply don’t feel like coloring.  So, I wanted to test my creativity and see if it was possible to use a digital stamp (with very minimal coloring), yet still create a beautiful card. . .

I’m quite pleased with how this slimline card turned out!  I used the Spring Bouquet slimline stamp set and I only colored the center of the flower and the leaves with a Y04 Copic marker.  One marker! No shading required!   Super simple!  Most of the color comes from the yellow gingham printed background paper.

Card details: 

This slimline card measures 8 1/2″ x 3 1/2″.  Slimline cards are designed to fit inside a regular #10 business sized envelope and require no additional postage.  The base of my cardstock was made with 80 lb. Neenah Solar White Smooth cardstock.  I used a slimline three-framed die to cut the background.  I lined the back of the frame with a yellow gingham printed paper.  I printed the flowers from the Spring Bouquet slimline digital stamp set.  I fussy cut the slimline flower and adhered it to the card using 3M foam adhesive for added dimension.  I printed the sentiment and adhered it to the card also using 3M foam adhesive.  That’s it!  Easy peasy!

So, yes!  I do think is possible to create a simple card with little coloring required for a digital stamp!  Give it a try and see for yourself!

Thanks for visiting and have a wonderfully creative day!  For more inspiration, you can follow me on my websiteInstagramFacebook and on my YouTube channel.

XO, Crystal

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