Create your own background with Abstract Impressions


The stamp set that seems to be permanently in my hand in my hand at the moment is Abstract Impressions. It also has the most beautiful die set and Designer series paper so there is tons of scope for creativity. Today I want to show you what you can do with just the stamp set, ink and paper. Oh and some punches too! That is, after all, what Stampin’ Up! is all about. 🙂


We are SPOILT with so many beautiful colours to choose from in the Stampin’ Up! range and whilst I went soft and feminine with Soft Sea Foam and Flirty Flamingo you could just as easily make it bright and funky or even play around with the black, greys and white.


Abstract Impressions  

There’s some simple masking involved with this card but don’t worry, there’s a video a bit further down and it’s super easy.

 Card measurements

Cut thick whisper A4 on the short side at 10.5cm, score at 14.9cm

Whisper white 10 x 14.4 – you’ll need two, one for the front and one for the insert

Soft Sea Foam 8.2cm x 8.2cm (3 1/4″ x 3 1/4″)


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Product List

Abstract Impressions Photopolymer Stamp Set


Whisper White A4 Thick Cardstock


Whisper White A4 Card Stock


Soft Sea Foam A4 Cardstock


Soft Sea Foam Classic Stampin' Pad


Flirty Flamingo Classic Stampin' Pad


Silver Baker’S Twine


2-1/4" (5.7 Cm) Circle Punch


3/4" Circle Punch


Paper Snips Scissors


Stampin' Trimmer


Clear Block C


Clear Block B


Clear Block A


Stampin' Dimensionals


SNAIL Permanent Adhesive


Grid Paper


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