I’m back with another card using the PR Sketchy Alphabet stamp set. I LOVE this font and think it looks great when you combine 4 letters or numbers to make a bold sentiment. This is a birthday card for a dear friend of mine:
Here is the 4 letter sentiment up close. It was colored with a water brush pen and Prima inks.
I couldn’t stop playing! Here’s another sentiment to use on a future card:
Then one last thing. Here is a tag for a graduate gift of a cruise:
The background is water colored on white embossed paper with ocean creatures. They just POP when color is added!
I hope you like my designs! THX for stopping by!
Personal Blog – Card Therapy
Hello there! When I saw this new PR Sketchy Alphabet stamp set with letters and numbers, I immediately flashed back to studying with my son when he was very young. He was diagnosed with a learning disorder and one of the tricks we learned was to make flash cards to help him remember information. I think this set would have come in handy! We used to make the cards together so he learned while he was making the flash cards and then went over them time and time again until he memorized whatever the information was! Here is my idea for math for a very young child just starting out:
I stamped the word with the PR Sketchy Alphabet set and made the lines with a stamp from the PR Coffee Love stamp set. For the circle on the tag for the ribbon, I stamped the letter O. I thought it was cute!
Then inside there are simple addition equations:
Different colors for each one!
I hope you like this idea! Thanks for stopping by!
Personal blog – Card Therapy
Happy Saturday! I hope you have time this weekend for a little crafting! Maybe this new PR stamp set, Sketchy Alphabet, will get your mojo working!
Today I have a FUN card for you:
I LOVE how you can use this set to make sentiments and how you can color the letters in. For the tiny circles I used the period from this Sketchy Alphabet stamp set and for the larger circles I used the PR Positive Thoughts stamp set. The squiggle underline for the word HI is from the PR Sweet Pea stamp set.
This is a card you need to hand someone in person because of that Gorgeous flower or if it’s for a special someone you can put it in a padded envelope and pay the extra shipping. I know they will be excited to receive a card from you!
Thanks for stopping by! I hope you like my card!
Happy Monday Stampers! Thank you all so much for joining our blog hop. Your kind words made us so happy!♥
I’m here to quickly announce the winner of our newest set Sketchy Alphabet.
Congratulations Kirsty for winning the Sketchy Alphabet Stamp Set!!!:)
You have until May 15, 2017 to claim your prize.:)
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Stay tune! Tons of inspiration coming your way!:)
Welcome stampers!♥ How’s spring so far? It has been raining here & there in my area, but so glad to see my plants growing back & happy!:) Any projects you’ve been doing lately?
Well, today you’re going to see tons of amazing projects using our newest set, we have been busy creating and I think you’re going to love this new set. We don’t have this kind of set yet, & how fun it will be to create your own sentiments and more! Even better because you can color it too! Yay! Here it is!♥
(Now Available for purchase.)
Here’s my project,a DIY Invitation card. How fun! I used white background because I want the colorful letters to pop!:)
However, I want more interest to the plain background. So I stamped some fun circles from the Happy Art stamp set. ♥
I hope you’re loving this set as much as we do!♥
Don’t forget to hop along and check more fun projects here:
Hi stampers! Yay!:) Hang in there, we are preparing for another stamp release coming soon. It will be fun for sure since we don’t have this kind of set yet. Yay! Are you excited? We are too!♥
Today, I’m excited to share our guest designer for our next release, you all know her!:) She was one of our designer for Create It Wednesday. But if you haven’t, make sure to check her blog to see her awesomeness!
Please welcome Rosemary Dennis!!!
I originally started out as a scrapbooker when my oldest was about 2 years old. I soon switched to making cards and in 2006 discovered the online word of paper crafting. I started galleries on flickr and Splitcoaststampers before finally starting a blog in 2010. I have been on several design teams (including Precious Remembrance Shop) and have been published in numerous paper crafting magazines.
Have you seen her latest card using our Coffee Love stamp set on the cover of Stampers’ Sampler? Love!!!:)
Thanks for stoppin’ by! More inspiration coming soon!