I've been having a great time playing with Graffiti . . . did you know this collection goes with almost everything? To prove my point, check out the cards I whipped up this week:
With Valentine's Day around the corner, I thought I'd see how well the Graffiti Stencil and the Love Bites stamps would play together. I think it's a match made in heaven!
I thought this card would be fun for my niece who turns 17 on Saturday. You might not notice it right away, but the background stamp on this card is a border stamp from the Hopes FontArt UM. It reminded me of chain link fencing. Cool eh?
I just love that Graffiti Art stamp, and it was perfect for this resist technique with the Green and Blue Neon Ink Pads. I paired it with a sentiment stamp from the Fire & Ice FontArt UM.
Can you guess what vintage kit elements I used for this card? You might not recognize them right away. I started with a Graffiti Print panel, overstamped with a huge text stamp from Up, Up & Away. Then I used white acrylic paint with the circle pattern on Fizz Stencil. I traced the arrow image from the Mirror, Mirror Stencil onto Graffiti pink, and cut it out with a craft knife. Finally Fizz pink brads added just the right finishing touch.
I encourage you to see what mixin' and matchin' you can do with your Graffiti kit and collections from the past. It's great fun!
Ready to hop? Here are the amazing bloggers sharing their artwork with us this month:
Julie at Cape Cod Scrapper
Deb at Liftbridge Cards and Crafts
Tricia at The Efficient Crafter
Hetty at Craft Chaos
Cathy at The Artful Gamut
Anne at Crzymom's Tidbits
Debby at Masculine Inspirations
Tiare at iClassyGirl
Lisa at Carpe Memoria
Marya at A Notebook Novel
Annette's Digital Musings