OK, so only two of today's cards have stamping. But since the general technique is the same I am lumping a couple of others in with them.
This is going back to the technique of layering printed vellum over an image to create a focal piece. In this first case I used a stamped and colored image of a blossoming branch. The vellum is wrapped to the back and adhered. I then used brads to attach it to the brown backing panel and glued this onto the folded card base.
Then I stamped and colored another of the dogwood images and layered a vellum panel over it in the same way. This was ahdered to a double layer of colored backing panels. I punched two holes in the backing panels and tied sheet ribbon through. Then these were all layered onto a speckled folded card base.
Next are a couple that use the printed vellum but do not use stamped panels behind them. These use printed tissue that has been wrinkled, flattened and adhered to cardstock. (I bought a couple of packages of floral printed tissue paper just to use on making cards.)
This first card uses heart brads to attach the vellum to the panel before mounting on the pink folded card base.
Then, working in the opposite orientation I created slits in the vellum and floral panel to weave ribbon through for a faux bow. These are then attached to the card base.
I love the variety of looks you can get using these printed vellum overlays.