Seamless Spring Stamping

There’s something unmistakable in the air this time of year. Besides the stuff that tickles the sinuses, the stuff that tickles the artistic soul is in full bloom. When you’re ready to relieve that tickle, pick up your Seasonal Expressions 2 idea book to see the crisp, new spring stamp sets bursting out all over!

One of our favorite flowering sets holds a place in our hearts not just because it’s adorable, but also because it’s incredibly utilitarian. The Botanical Backgrounds stamp set, found on page 16 of Seasonal Expressions 2, is your secret to seamless stamping.

You & I Layout

The springy designs of this set are made to be stamped in succession without any evidence of overlap. Applied to pages and cards, these stamps turn blank cardstock into patterned paper, straight off the press.

Botanical Backgrounds stamp set

How does it work? First, ink your stamp with an Archival Black Exclusive Inks™ pad. Press it to your cardstock, allowing the edges of the stamp to overlap onto your protected surface.

Re-ink your stamp and place it under the first impression, making sure to align the designs. Once you pull away you’ll see how your second stamp took over exactly where the first left off. Cool, no?

Botanical Backgrounds stamp

Continue to stamp your cardstock to your liking, re-inking your stamp with every repetition.

When you’ve finished stamping the pattern outline, pull out your ShinHan™ Touch Twin™ markers to splash some color onto those pretty petals.

Botanical Backgrounds stamp

Ahh, the thrill of spring! To order your own Botanical Backgrounds stamp set, contact your Independent Consultant to get started on your own seasonal sensations.

Or, for a chance to WIN the set, along with other great products we used to make this fabulous layout (a total retail value of $75), head on over to the Canadian Scrapbooker™ blog and leave a comment on our giveaway there.

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50 thoughts on “Seamless Spring Stamping

  1. Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine sent me here. I love this and can’t wait to try it out. (Reminds me of the Doodle Art days of the 70’s…haaa). Thank you.

  2. New to CTMH, would so love to add this to my collection of your stamps, and winning it would be fantastic for this 77 year old scrapbooker.

    • Nancy Bishop, I love to hear that I am not the only 70+ person just starting out. I received a Cricut for Christmas and it was all up hill from there. Now on year 10 for my 41 year old son. Only child so I didn’t have to worry about others. What got you started???

  3. Love this stamp set and would like to win it! I was directed here by the Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine site.

  4. I’d love to own the Seamless Spring Stamp tool. This would add a great touch to my scrapbook pages! I hope I win the giveaway.

  5. I’m just beginning to do stamping & love these stamps & the idea for using them & coloring them. Scrapbooker for about 17 years & ready to try something new to me!!!

  6. Hello from Canadian Scrapbooker! I have to say tat I met your products through my consultant Cathy Lorincz about 2 years ago and I have loved every single item I have purchased! CTMH took me beyond acrapbooking into cards, artwork and even designs for the office! Thank you for such a quality and versatile product selection!!!

  7. I’m so glad to find your blog!! I’ve bought CTMH in the past and now see what a wonderful founder the company has!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  8. What a great idea. You can make your own individual background or border for cards or scrapbooking.

  9. What a great stamp set. I love how you can just stamp it again and again to make it as large as you need.

  10. Hello from CS. I love the pages done with this stamp set. Nice splash of colour. This is the next stamp set on my list. I love border stamps.

  11. Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine says Hello and so do I. I love the stamps that you have chosen along with the colour pens for the prize from Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine.

  12. This is one of my favourite stamp sets. So many uses and a great doodle time while chatting. Blessings.

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