Two Ways to Use the Perfect Atoms Stamps

Valentine’s is almost here! We hope you are thinking of all the wonderful ways to spread love to the special people in your life. Today, we are sending lovable vibes using the Perfect Atoms Stamp Set with two different background styles.

First, grab that Perfect Atoms Stamp Set. It’s fun and youthful with its own creative spin on atomic love.

Watercolor

Create your handmade project with our Journey Color Splash watercolor pencils.

Stamp the light bulbs from the Perfect Atoms Stamp Set in Clear Pigment Ink on a Journey Color Splash Sheet. Emboss it with Journey White Embossing Powder. And then color to your heart’s desire. Give each bulb its own color or all three the same – your choice.

Stamp and emboss your sentiment on a piece of Journey Vellum. We stapled the Vellum to the Color Splash Sheet to keep it in place.

It’s colorful and fun perfect for that special Valentine in your life.

PanPastels

Use the same stamp set with PanPastels!! Stamp your bulbs across a Whip Cream Cardstock panel. Lay the images on top of each other to create depth.

Then grab the Party Pop PanPastels palette which includes the Lemon Drop PanPastel. Use a Journey Ovals Die as a guide and create a small spotlight as shown. As you color you are turning on the light – the perfect illustration to  “show” your sentiment.

Color in the rest of your background with the Black Licorice PanPastel.

Add your sentiment at the top and embellish your project with a few Journey Sequins!

What do you think? Which do you prefer?

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6 Comments

  1. EEEEK ….. I love this light bulb and love the way that you showcased it here!!!

  2. I love the Perfect Atoms stamp set. I actually made three cards with it yesterday for my stamp club, and one of them uses the lightbulb. So cute!

  3. I love those ideas!!! Lovely!

  4. I love the square card stock pattern in the background. Great way to add color that is not overpowering.

  5. The spotlight one is so cool! Can you explain how the neat partial images are done to get that effect of depth? The only way I could think was if they were all fussy cut and layered, but I don’t see that in the pictures. Thanks!

    1. Looks like they were stamped using a mask.

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