Bold letters and a simple layout. Does it get any better than that? I created a fun card with the Lined Alphabet stamp set, and I’m excited to share it with you today. Here’s my card:
Tips, Tricks and Reminders
- Lined Alphabet. If you’ve studied Stampin’ Up!’s 2018 Annual Catalog (and I know you have), then you probably stopped in your tracks on page 174 when you saw the Lined Alphabet Bundle for $143.00. While I admit that’s a chunk of change, the bundle is quite amazing – you can reduce that price with host rewards or use a half-off items on a really big order. I used the Lined Alphabet stamp set to write “you rock” on this congratulatory card. Here’ a look at the bundle, which combines the Lined Alphabet stamp set with the Layering Alphabet Edgelits Dies: The stamp set, alone, is only $34. Before you determine you only need the stamp set, take a look at this amazing video from Stampin’ Up!:
- Stampin’ Blends. I colored the stamped letters with my Rich Razzleberry Stampin’ Blends, alternating between the light and dark pens. I love that the letters pair so well with the watercolored stripes in the background panel of paper from the Share What You Love Specialty Designer Series Paper. I’m so excited that Stampin’ Blends are back – click here to order them today:AND – there are new colors coming! All of the markers with a “N” star beside them in the catalog (page 205) will be available to order mid-June. Be on the lookout. Back to the card – I colored the scalloped strip down the left side of the band with a Basic Black Stampin’ Write Marker before gluing it down. So many ways to color these elements!
- Lined Alphabet Tags. Who doesn’t love seeing their name in a personalized project? For my local stamp club last week, I made fun bookmarks for my amazing customers with the Lined Alphabet stamp set. I started with a 2″ strip of cardstock that I punched with the Scalloped Tag Topper punch. I stamped each of their names, allowing the letters to overlap:
Bundles: Lined Alphabet Bundle Stamp Sets: Lined Alphabet Papers: Share What You Love Specialty Designer Series Paper, Rich Razzleberry, Basic Black, Thick Whisper White Inks: Tuxedo Black Memento, Stampin’ Blends (Rich Razzleberry Combo) Accessories: Scalloped Tag Topper punch, Stampin’ Dimensionals
The options are endless with sentiment stamps – this one is the right size and a fun, open font. I love it! You’ll definitely see more projects with the Lined Alphabet stamp set from me!
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My Favorite Things. Want to see what I love most in this amazing book? Maybe you’ve missed something or maybe I can help you to pare down your wish list? Be sure to check out both days and let me know what you think! Click on the links below to review my list of Favorite Things:
- My Favorite Things from Stampin’ Up!’s 2018 Annual Catalog – Day One
- My Favorite Things from Stampin ‘Up!’s 2018 Annual Catalog – Day Two
You’ve been saving up for this new catalog (I respect you so much for that), and I want to help you make the most of the money you are ready to spend. For two weeks, I’m offering bundled pricing on some Brian-bundled Color Collections. There’s no better way to save on the new colors so you can get even more.
- 2018-2020 In Color All-in Bundle
- 2018-2020 In Color Basics Bundle
- Just the New Colors Bundle
- Brights Bundle
- Subtles Bundle
- Regals Bundle
- Neutrals Bundle
To see what items are included in each bundle and to place your order, CLICK HERE.