Aug 11 2010
I made this card for a Dreaming About Rubber Stamps Team swap. Join my team and you can participate in swaps, earn money with your stamping, get to know other stampers online and in person and lots more.
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Have A Seat was one of the first stamp sets I ordered from the new catalogue. I like the simplicity of the chairs and their rustic feel. To me, these images just cry out to be stamped in brown so I used Early Espresso for the ink and one of the cardstocks. The other papers I used are Very Vanilla cardstock and Elegant Soiree Designer Series Paper.
I used two layers of Early Espresso cardstock underneath the stamped image distressing both layers first. I used the Cutter Kit on the edges and then wet both pieces with water. I crinkled them up and then spread the paper out to dry. If you can’t wait, you can use the heat tool to rush the process a bit.
To embellish the card, I used Early Espresso 1/4" grosgrain ribbon and a Neutrals Designer Button in Crumb Cake. A Tiny Tag stamped and punched greeting was added as well.
My Holiday class schedule will be released on August 16th at 1pm. These classes are very popular and fill up fast so make sure you sign up quickly so you don’t miss out. If you can’t attend in person, there will be virtual class options as well. Mark your calendar to remind you to check my Events & Classes page on Monday!
Stamps: Have A Seat (Clear 120447, Wood 116696), Tiny Tags (C118592, W118091), Teeny Tiny Wishes (115370)
Inks: Early Espresso (119670)
Paper: Elegant Soiree DSP (117163), Early Espresso (119686), Very Vanillla (101650)
Punches: Jewelry Tag (117190)
Other: Neutrals Designer Buttons (119743) , Linen Thread (104199), Early Espresso 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon (120931), Cutter Kit (106958)
Have a Seat Stamp Set, Set of 4
Clear – $14.95, #120447
Wood – $19.95, #116696
Page 139 of the Idea Book & Catalogue
Don’t think it, ink it!