Full Circle is by far the most used stamp set I own. For today’s card I decided to play around with the patterns. I wanted to create a mix match card with a few of my favourite colours.
Here is what I came up with!
Step 1: Die-cut 12 small circles on white cardstock. Measurement: 1.25″ Diameter
Step 2: Stamp the circle using your choice of ink colour on four of the circles. Repeat this with two additional colours.
Step 3: Using a paper trimmer, cut each circle in half.
Step 4: Take a few of the circle pattern stamps and stamp these (in black) over the half circles.
Step 5: Mix and match the circles then adhere these to a (white) card front (large rectangle die-cut 4.5″ x 5.75″).
NOTE: I included corrugated card when matching up the half circles.
Step 6: Heat emboss (in white) the sentiment on black cardstock. Adhere this to card front.
Step 7: Embellish with star sequins.
Step 8: For added interest add machine stitched lines. (optional)
Step 9: Adhere to a white card base slightly larger then the measurements provided in step 5.
Here is a second card I created using the same process – I just changed the colours up and moved the sentiment around. The sentiment was taken from the set Majestic AF.
I love the Full Circle stamp set – and I surprise myself that I’ve created so many card using this one set. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and try a few mix match stamping in your own crafty projects.