Self-created pattern paper

Self-created pattern paper


Today I have an idea for you on how you can use the tiny stamps found in the kits in an interesting way. If you check the stamp sets you have, you will surely find many tiny stamps in them, which are perfect additions to the compositions you create. However, you can look at them a little differently. Why not give them the main role and with their help create a patterned paper that will perfectly match the theme of the inspiration we are about to make?

I, traditionally, reviewed for myself all the stamp sets I own from Crafty Meraki and this time I chose the "Puff To The Beach" set. In this set there are several tiny designs, which worked perfectly as elements to create the whole compoition. This time I chose a grey ink to reflect the stamps, so that the whole thing would be delicate and the contours would not stand out too much.

The next step is to color the design with markers of your choice. As for the background, you can leave it white, but I wanted to fill it in and chose a light gray color for that. Finally, I added some sequins and random dots on the background. This added some texture to the whole thing.

I am curious, have you ever tried to create patterned paper on your own?

I hope my bookmark will inspire you to create.

I wish you a lot of creativity,

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