Kindred Stamps April Release- Cursive Curses

Y’all, I got a SECOND set from Kindred Stamps April Release that I was able to create a small collection with! Allow me to show you the newest addition to the Kindred Stamps Naughty Line-Up: Cursive Curses!

I made a trio of cards, where I have used the Cursive Curses set with some of my very favorite Kindred Stamps stencils, so let’s get to it!

Kindred Stamps Products Used:
Naughty- Cursive Curses Stamp Set
Aloha Stencil
Citrus Fun Sequins

Other Products Used:
Catherine Pooler Inks: Serenade, Do-Si-Do, Bellini, Chiffon
Versafine Clair Nocturne Ink
Watercolor Cardstock

For my first Cursive Curses project, I did a simple sunset ombré background onto Watercolor Cardstock using the Aloha stencil! I just love how the Cursive Curses sentiments stretch all the way across an A2 sized card! I also love playing off the sentiment, which uses the term “sunshine”, and using a sunset inspired ombré with it!

Pro Tip: Consider using Watercolor Paper when ink blending with dye inks. This paper works extremely well with the dye inks. You also get a nice texture with the paper, which is an added bonus!

Kindred Stamps Products Used:
Naughty- Cursive Curses Stamp Set
Harlequin Stencil
Card Builder Basics Die Set
Sailor’s Sky Sparkletz
Kindred Stamps Liquid Adhesive

Other Products Used:
Catherine Pooler Inks: Mint to Be, Cummerbund
Memento Ink: Danube Blue
Watercolor Cardstock
Colored Cardstock

For my 2nd Cursive Curses project, I did a layering technique with the Harlequin stencil (fun tip, you can shift some stencils with repetitive patterns to fill in the stencil gaps) to bring this sentiment to life.

I just love that there is a nice soft color palette, and a really bold statement (both literally and figuratively bold)! The Card Builder Basics Die Set is also perfect for making cards with only a sentiment!

Pro Tip: Sometimes, you can “matte”, or frame your main card panel, with 2 different colored card-stocks instead of just one! This can add a fun little bit of detail to your card, and also help give your card a nice sturdiness as swell!

Kindred Stamps Products Used:
Naughty- Cursive Curses Stamp Set
Whimsical Garden Stencil
Jellyfish Sparkletz
Kindred Stamps Liquid Adhesive

Other Products Used:
Catherine Pooler Inks: Flirty Fuchsia, Pucker Up, Catching Rays
Versafine Clair Nocturne Ink
Watercolor Cardstock
Colored Cardstock

For my final Cursive Curses project, I used the set to create a crass-filled Happy Birthday card! I used the Whimsical Garden stencil to blend up a warm background using Catherine Pooler inks.

Using Versafine Clair Nocturne Ink, I was able to get a bold black sentiment on my card, and was able to embellish the strip with Jellyfish Sparkletz bits!

Pro Tip: When ink blending over a stencil, feel free to be splotchy with your colors! It’s a fun way to blend up that stencil, and is different than just your standard ombré!

And those are my 3 projects I created using the new Cursive Curses set! I hope this sparks some sassy and naughty inspiration for when you get your hands on this set!

I’ve got a little bit of information to share with you all regarding the Kindred Stamps April Release!

The entire Kindred Stamps April release will be available Friday, April 30 at 8am PST/11am EST. Be sure to subscribe to the Kindred Stamps blog to see a daily line up of sneak peeks from our amazing Design Team and see the full product release on Friday! Come join the Fan Club and release event to be part of the release fun, and you may just win some Kindred Stamps credit!!

Thanks again, and Happy Crafting!

Justin

Be sure to follow me on Instagram at @justanotebyjustin for all my crafting projects!

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