Scrapbook.com was kind enough to send me some products to try from their exclusive line of stamps, note cards, adhesives and tools. I have been shopping with them since I first started scrapbooking and I love the huge variety of paper lines they carry. Now they have their own stamps! I’m really excited to show you the projects I created and as always, all opinions are my own.
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I started off by masking off the edge of one of the Neenah A2 Solar White notecards. This helps to keep the back of the card clean when I do my stamping.
Instead of using the coupon stamps as actual coupons, I thought it would be fun to create a background with them and then add an encouraging sentiment over the top.
I chose some bold colors from Lawn Fawn’s ink collection for a bright backdrop.
Since I would not be using a stamp platform and just free-hand stamping, I placed a pad underneath my card along with some scrap paper, so that when I stamped, it would be easy to get a clear image on the first try.
After stamping the first image, I placed a little masking tape over the first stamp just at the edge so I could stamp over it to start creating the background.
I continued adding tape and stamping to create the look of the coupons laying in front of and behind each other.
I heat embossed a sentiment from the You and Me Quotes and Sayings stamp set onto some black cardstock using white embossing powder and popped it up over the background with some foam squares.
I added a couple of the little circle stamps from the coupon set that I punched out with a 1″ paper punch for embellishment.
A bright, cheerful card for the favorite person in your life!
Thanks so much for joining me today, and be sure to head over to the Scrapbook.com website to see their full collection of exclusive products. Also be sure to take a look at their gift guide too, for some great ideas for holiday gift giving.
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