Concord & 9th Polka Dot Turnabout

Hello everyone!!! I’m here today showcasing Concord & 9th Polka Dot Turnabout stamp set!!  Concord & 9th’s Turnabout stamps are a super big hit.  They create such fun pattens and seamless creations.  All you need is 2-4 different color inks and watch the magic happen.

Let’s take a look:

Beautiful right!! I used Concord & 9th Polka Dot Turnabout, Sophisticated Script and Sophisticated Script Uppercase stamp set.

Here’s how to create this card:

Decide on what ink colors you want to use.  I used Altenew’s Cool Summer Night oval ink pads to stamp all of the dots.

Line the stamp up with the image on the back of the packaging to make off the center of the stamp.

To get the best impressions and the correct spacing, you must use a Misti to stamp the images.

After every stamp, turn your card 90 degrees until you’ve stamped four times.

Once the background is finish, stamp the sentiment using black ink.

Finished!!

What do you think?

So what do you think?  Do you have any of the Turnabout stamp sets?  If not, start out with the polka dot set first.  Its easy.  If you have the other turnabout stamps, which ones?  I would love to hear which one you have.

Supplies used:

(Thank you so much for stopping by. Compensated affiliate links used at no cost to you.  All products were personally purchased.  This post was not paid or sponsored.)

Polka Dot Turnabout 6x6 Sophisticated Script Stamp Set Sophisticated Script Uppercase Stamp Set MISTI Stamping Tool - The Most Incredible Stamp Tool Invented

Thank you so much for stopping by!!

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