Happy WORD Wednesday to you and thank you for stopping by. I’ve been having fun with this series and hope that the projects give you some inspiration in your own stamping time. The WORD for this series is “HELLO” and today’s card is highlighting the letter “L”!
I’ve pulled out a little used set from my stash called “Lovely Letters Alphabet”(You can find it on page 169 of the big catalogue) and added 2 sets from the “soon to be gone” Summer Mini catalogue – On the Grow and Happy Greetings.
I selected the letter “T” from Lovely Letters and stamped it first onto a square of Whisper White card stock. The sentiment was stamped beside it to form the complete greeting. This picture below shows how I eliminated the “t” for this greeting. After the stamp was inked up with Baja Breeze classic, I removed the tape and went ahead a stamped it placing the eliminated “t” over the previously stamped Lovely Letters “T”. (Sure hope this makes sense)
I hand cut the oval shape of the greeting and backed it with So Saffron card stock cut with the Scallop Oval Punch. This was layered onto a piece of Baja Breeze cut with the Decorative Label punch.
The pretty vase of flowers was colored with So Saffron and Wild Wasabi classic ink pads and a Blender Pen. After coloring, I decided to make the picture a circle shape so placed it carefully onto the Circles #2 die and ran it through the Big Shot.
Stamp Sets: Lovely Letters Alphabet(115030), On The Grow(123077), Happy Greetings(123313)
Card Stock: Baja Breeze, So Saffron, Whisper White
Ink: Baja Breeze Classic(111833), So Saffron Classic(105213), Wild Wasabi Classic(109014), Stazon Jet Black(101406)
Accessories: Big Shot(113439), Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder(117335), Circles #2 Die(114526), Scallop Circle #2 Die(113469), Scallop Oval Punch(119856), Decorative Label Punch(120907), 1/2″ Baja Breeze Seam Binding(122331), Blender Pens(102845), Stampin’ Dimensionals(104430)
If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to contact me. That’s it for the first letter “L” – make sure to tune in next week for the second letter “L”.