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Potato Stamping

Hello Friends

I  made this card for the challenge over at the Craft Stamper blog. This month the challenge is to use a potato. Yes that's right a potato! We have to cut a shape out of a potato and stamp with it. I was not sure how that was going to work. It was much easier than I thought. So I made a flower and leaf shape as best I could. I need to work on my carving skills :) 

  I used Faber - Castell Gel Sticks  and just rubbed the stick right on to the potato and stamped. I was pretty happy with the overall design that I had made. I used my Martha Stewart Hydrangea Punch to add additional flowers around the card. I also added some gemstones on some of the flowers.


 I chose a sentiment from a stamp set from Unity called Imagine It.  I really like this set I find myself using it a lot. Once the card was complete I attached it to a Kraft card base. I left some space at the bottom and added 3 tiny little flowers. I really like the way this turned out :)

Thanks for stopping by xox



  1. Lovely card .... great job with the potato stamping too. Thanks for joining in with the Take It Make It Challenge ... good luck! Linda xx

  2. What a fun challenge, I've done stamping with potatoes when I was a little girl! Brings back good memories! Pretty card. Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Hugs, Sandra

  3. Your potato stamp turned out very nice! Very pretty card. Thanks for joining us at the Take It Make It Challenge. Renee xxx

  4. Beeeautiful card and tattie stamping :-)
    Thanks for joining us for the Take it Make it challenge. Xxx

  5. That's a great potato stamp and a fab card. Thanks for sharing with us at the Take It Make It Challenge. Elizabeth x

  6. Beautiful card! Really fresh! Thank you for joining the challenge!

  7. haha, this is awesome! I love potatoes :D


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