Hey, do you want to know how to make rubber stamps versatile and get tons more use out of them? After all, why not try and make the most out of your rubber stamp investment? Let me show you in my quick video.
Want More Life From Your Rubber Stamps?
Do you have lots of greeting stamps? I bet you have a couple. And I bet there are all kinds of different fonts, groupings and ways the sentiments are laid out.
Well, don’t feel you are only limited to the layout you see on the stamp. Instead, learn how I modified one of the great ones from the In Your Words stamps for this card.
This stamp is one of 10 from this fantastic set of greetings, suggested by demonstrators. And free during Sale-a-Bration! Simply place a $375 order yourself, or together with a group and this awesome set is your thank you gift. But it’s only available until September 30th! Don’t miss it!
Let me show you how you can add lots of life to all your greeting stamps with this simple tip – and a cheap item you already have!
How to Make Rubber Stamps Versatile
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I used this exact tip on this card too except I didn’t use the entire greeting, only a portion of it!
A Pretty Fall Card
Now let’s take a closer look at today’s fall-ish card.
The leaves come from the Giving Gifts Dies. When I saw all the different seasonal images, I knew it had to be on my Wish List. Pumpkins, leaves, baubles, snowflakes and Santa with his reindeer. Plus some fall wheat, moon and stars and some garland!
Wow, how many different cards could you possibly make with all those options?
I chose some of the Harvest Meadow designer series paper for my card background. I love this package since it’s fall-focussed but has some really unique colour combos. Like mixing the Calypso Coral with the Soft Succulent and Misty Moonlight! Fabulous!
The label is from the new Seasonal Labels dies and I added a vellum circle to anchor the leaves and greeting. I have a swish of the Soft Succulent ribbon in behind and a couple brushed metallic dots to add some pizzazz!
What Do You Need?
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Just a warning this technique can be pretty addicting! You won’t look at your greeting stamps in quite the same way again!
Now you know my easy tip for how to make rubber stamps versatile, I’d love to hear which greeting stamps you’re going to use it with first – drop me a line at [email protected]!