Welcome to Day Two of the JustRite Papercraft Release. Today we are revealing our two new Bokeh Themed Stamps sets designed by Amy Tedder. What is Bokeh? The term comes from the Japanese word “boke” (暈け/ボケ), which translates to “blurr”, “haze”, or “fuzziness” and was original used to refer to Bokeh Photograph. Here are a few examples of beautiful Bokeh Photographs. Here are a few examples....
photo credit alejandrohdezruiz
Thirsty for Bokeh by jenipho
Web Bokeh by inertia09
Now that you know what Bokeh photograhy is you will see it in advertising everywhere. Love the look --- well there is an app for that --- Yep you can add the Bokeh look to your photos. Here is a link to the Best Bokeh Iphone Apps.
Now imagine using this technique in cardmaking. Heidi has been playing with the Bokeh Technique since we designed these stamps.
You can see her first Bokeh Tutorial using circle stencils in this video at time stamp 10:35. You can see the written tutorial here.
Two week's ago Heidi's showed sneak peeks of today's release sets in her Tutorial Tuesday Watercolor Series Part 3 - Bokeh, Watercolor and Salt.
You can see Heidi's complete written tutorial and video here. Heidi shows you four cards in this post.
You are just going to have a blast with Amy's new Bokeh Time Clear Stamps. This is a 6" x 8" set with 48 cleat stamps. You can make Bokeh Hearts, Bokeh Octogons, Bokeh Stars, Bokeh Starbursts..... the possibilities are endless!!
Next Amy designed this beautiful background stamp that can help you create a Bokeh themed card in minutes -Bokeh Polka Dots Cling Background Stamp.
Marisa Job created this stunning Bokeh Card by stamping the Bokeh Polka Dots Cling Background Stamp in orange on a multi colored watercolored background and then added additional colors with distress inks and circles from our Bokeh Time Clear Stamps. Marisa used the following dies to create her card - Vintage Labels Seven Dies and for the flowers she used Spellbinders New Dies Pretty Petals A, Pretty Petals B, Pretty Petals C and Pretty Petals D.
Kellie Fortin - I had a ton of fun playing with our new Bokeh Stamps. I created two projects. The first was a fun card that I created by using the three inks from a colorbox rainbow pad to ink the Bokeh Polka Dots Cling Background Stamp. Then I used three circle stamps from Bokeh Time Clear Stamps inked with Gold Delicata Pigment Ink and then I glittered my bokeh background.
Amy Tedder designed two Bokeh Cards for today's hop. Her first card is this hope filled card - "Believe in Miracles" using our Bokeh Polka Dots Cling Background Stamp and Bokeh Time Clear Stamps with our SVG Bokeh Time Digital Cut File Download.
Thanks for stopping by today!