How To Stretch Solid Stamps? More Rustic Wildflowers?

Hello my dear friends!!


Today I want to show you easy way to stretch your solid stamps using no-line coloring technique. Very easy  and everybody can do it. Let’s first look at what we want to color!

For this technique I chose MFT More Rustic Wildflowers stamps set.


I’m going to use this blue flower on my card. On this card I stamped the flower with three shades of dye ink.



But for todays technique I stamped flower in the light shade of ink first and after that I colored images with Zig real color brush pens and some flowers with Letraset promarkers . On the end I just added smal details with White gel pen!

A huge difference!!! What do you think???

jan 10


For the background I used Watercolor Stripes Background stamps by MFT. I also used different shades of Premium Dye inks:

Cotton Candy, Electric Red, Tangy Orange, Pineapple, Summer Splash, Lush Lagoon and Grape Jelly.

For my flowers I used  Premium dye inks too:

Banana Split, Peach Bellini, Poppy, Sno Cone and Blu Raspberry

(Other products you can find in supply list.)


I hope you like it!!!


I would like to take part in the following challenges:

1.Simon Says Stamps Monday  Challenge- Winter Blues


2.Simon Says Stamp Work It Wednesday December Challenge – Something New (new Technique)


3.As You Like It Challenge – Anything Goes


4.Penny Black and More January Challenge – Something New (new Technique)


5.Deep Ocean Challenge- Something New (new Technique)


6.Word Art Wednesday Challenge #316-317 – Anything Goes


7.Love To Scrap Challenge #105 – Anything Goes


8. Paru’s Card Making March Challenge-New (New Technique)

jan 2018 challenge






Thank you for stopping by!

Supply list: 

More Rustic Wildflowers Stamp Set -…
[ MFT ]
Die-namics More Rustic Wildflowers -…
[ MFT ]
BG Watercolor Stripes Background (3270)
[ MFT ]
Die-namics A2 Stitched Rectangle STAX…
[ MFT ]
Die-namics Sending Hugs (3897)
[ MFT ]
Premium Dye Ink Pad Cotton Candy (1746)
[ MFT ]
Premium Dye Ink Pad Electric Red (1534)
[ MFT ]
Premium Dye Ink Pad Tangy Orange (1670)
[ MFT ]
Pineapple Premium Dye Ink Pad (3379)
[ MFT ]
Summer Splash Premium Dye Ink Pad (2489)
[ MFT ]
Lush Lagoon Premium Dye Ink Pad (2400)
[ MFT ]
Premium Dye Ink Pad Grape Jelly (1472)
[ MFT ]
Premium Dye Ink Pad Banana Split (1669)
[ MFT ]
Peach Bellini Premium Dye Ink Pad (2306)
[ MFT ]
Poppy Premium Dye Ink Pad (3111)
[ MFT ]
Premium Dye Ink Pad Sno Cone (1435)
[ MFT ]
Premium Dye Ink Pad Blu Raspberry (1529)
[ MFT ]
Translucent Vellum (2197)
[ MFT ]
Sakura – White Gelly Roll Medium…
[ MFT ]
4mm Clear Droplets (3536)
[ MFT ]
MISTI (2759)
[ MFT ]
Scor-Buddy (3626)
[ MFT ]
Scor-Tape 1/2” (2371)
[ MFT ]
Foam Mounting Tape 1/2” (2373)
[ MFT ]
Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive (5270)
[ MFT ]
Craft Tweezers (2721)
[ MFT ]
QuickStik Pick-up Tool (1237)
[ MFT ]

12 thoughts on “How To Stretch Solid Stamps? More Rustic Wildflowers?

  1. Andrea Ockey Parr says:

    What a brilliant idea for a card design! i love the repetition of the flowers and stripes and how you used different colors for each to really make it pop. This is the definition of simplicity and elegance. This technique would be perfect for so many cards and occasions, so thank you for the inspiration. Double-thanks for taking the time to share your talents with us here at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!

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  2. J. Atterbury Creations says:

    Wow, this is so amazingly bold and beautiful. Great lay-out! We are grateful that you joined our Challenge here at Word Art Wednesday. Leaving you with the inspiration that comes from God’s Word in Romans 1:17 which says, “For in the gospel the righteousness of God is revealed—a righteousness that is by faith from first to last, just as it is written: “The righteous will live by faith.” Have a blessed week.

    JO ANN

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  3. linda says:

    oh, wow, tina, i love the rainbow of flowers, so beautifully coloured of course, and i also love the rainbow striped background! thank you so much for sharing another of your lovely creations with us at the penny black and more challenge!

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