Monday, January 2

PS I Love You

OK so I know you're ready to get on with the next stamping event... and that would be.. Valentine's Day!! Sorry as much as I also hate blazing too fast through the holidays, just couldn't help but want to share with you some ideas I'll be using on my cards for my February 4th Stamp-a-Stack.

This card is actually made to look like a tag itself... using tags on it too! Mike Funke created it.. using the new PS I Love You set in the Occasions Mini Catalog which starts tomorrow!!!... Remember too it's Sale-a-Bration beginning January 26th so you'll get a chance to earn FREE stamping sets and accessories with your orders of $50.

Using the Modern Label punch as a tag you can create this darling card!

Stamp Sets -
  • P.S. I LOve You Wood Mount (125460 - Occasions Mini available January 4) 
Ink -
  • Real Red Classic Ink (103133)
  • Real Red Stampin' Write Marker (100052)
  • Chocolate Chip Stampin' Write Marker (100071)
  • Garden Green Stampin' Write Marker (100080)
          Paper -
          • Whisper White Card Stock (100730)
          • Real Read Card Stock (102482)
                  Accessories -
                  • Real Red 1/4'' Grosgrain Ribbon (109034)
                  Tools -
                  • Extra Large Tag Punch (119866)
                  • Large Tag Punch (119876)
                  • Word Window Paper Punch (119857)
                  • Modern Label Punch (119849)
                  • Crop-A-Dial (108362) 
                        Putting It Together Tips:
                        • Using markers is the fastes way to create multi-colored impressions, but it's very easy to place color on the stamp where you don't want it.  Use a Blender Pen to easily remove unwanted ink from the rubber.
                        • Always stamp your image first, and then punch it out for perfect image placement every time!
                        • To thread the ribbon through the tag, fold the ribbon in half crosswise and then again lengthwise to create a nub that fits through a 1/8'' hole.  To get this look, feed the ribbon through the hole from the front of the tag. 
                          Your imagination is your only limitation!

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