Today, designer Britt Bass is here for the next installment of our Technique Tuesday feature week to showcase the new “Party Lights” set from their CHA Winter 2013 releases!
Using just ink and paper, Britt’s card is a great example of a “single layer” design. With the right stamp set, using just these elements can be very effective! The high contrast color and bold graphic elements carry the card without a lot of extra accessories.
Britt was excited about her experience using this stamp set:
I love this stamp set! The sentiments are so versatile and the impression of the stamps are nice and clean. It can sometimes be very hard to find acrylic stamps that make a crisp impression, but these are some of the best ones I’ve used!
Supplies | Stamp Set: Technique Tuesday (Party Lights). Cardstock: The Paper Company (White). Ink: TPC Studio (Black, Gold), Fiskars (Red).
Designer: Britt Bass
Britt Bass has been papercrafting since the age of ten when she was given her first scrapbook for Christmas, 1995. Her love of cardmaking is only a few years old, but she has taken to the craft with passion and enthusiasm. She loves many different styles and is particularly partial to tools of every shape, size, and function. She currently serves as a design team member for DCWV, Hampton Art, Craftwork Cards (USA), and Heartstring Designs and her work can be seen in the pages of several issues of Designed to Color. Britt is a crafty social media junky with active, craft dedicated pages on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter. If you want to see more of Britt’s work, she posts card inspiration and design team projects on her blog, Pink Paper Crowns.