I have some projects to share using the latest and greatest from the Sweet Stamp Shop. Super fun, and super cute. You can find them here!
For my first card, using Just the Basics, I masked off the card front with a piece of masking paper that I had die cut a heart from. I then stamped my main sentiment in red, and around it, added supporting sentiments in gray. I then sponged in some red ink, and added a few enamel dots.
This next card, I used the adorable set, Foxy. Instead of focusing on the cutie fox, I stamped the speech bubble, as well as the hearts onto a rustic card panel. I then adhered it to a card base already prepped with patterned paper and vellum. Enamel dots finished it off!
For this card, I did a bit of simple stamping, using Anatomy of Love, just the man and woman, as well as the outlined heart. I added the plus and equal sign with a pen, and glossy accented the colored in heart. I then took my yellow ink pad, and made some rough inking around the panel edges. Lastly, I adhered it to a Kraft card base.
For my last card, I used Numbers. Who couldn't use a numbers set? I began by stamping and white heat embossing a bunch of the numbers randomly on the front of a white panel. I then sprayed the panel with Mr. Huey's, allowing it to dry. I then adhered it to a black panel, popped it up onto a white card base, and added a strip stamped with my Happy Birthday greeting from Just The Basics. Of course, I finished it off with enamel dots. Seriously, take them from me! lol, no don't! I love them too much!
Thank you sooo much for joining me today! I hope you were inspired, please go check out the sets in their entirety on the SSS blog.