This stamp set is one that coordinates with the Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge. I just love this! I cut the leaves in the upper left of the page with the Art Philosophy cartridge then stamped my image, so much faster and easier than cutting them out by hand! I created the border along the left with one of the leaf images and added Glitter Glitz throughout the page for some bling.
This stamp set coordinates with the Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge, which makes it so easy to cut and stamp. What a perfect way to make tags for Christmas, birthdays, or any other occasion! These were so quick and easy to make! I stamped most of them with one color but you could use the rock n’ roll technique like I did on the pink/purple circle or add multiple colors with a sponge dauber. You can add a small sentiment to the center, a to/from, or just the name of the person receiving the gift. I used the Salutation Seals and Casual Expressions stamp sets. You could also use these as embellishments on a page or other project. You can rotate two of the frames for a total of 6 different looks. Just stamp and leave as is or add pearls, sparkles, ribbon, and other accessories to add more details.
Here’s another altered notebook. Once again, I have specified it to the interests of this particular girl per my daughter’s request. I used the Cricut Create-a-Critter cartridge (so super cute!), Close to My Heart papers (grey wool and grey flannel) and inks (black and grey flannel). I used both the images and borders of the Stitched Together stamp set. I’ve been doing a lot of tone-on-tone stamping for backgrounds lately! The name is stamped with the new Urban Alphabet stamp set, which is becoming a favorite of mine. It’s just the perfect size for so many things!
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I used a Becky Fleck sketch for this one. Who would have thought that these were “Halloween” papers?! I just love Close to My Heart’s double-sided B&T Duos Paper Packs! The strip is cut from the top of the paper. This is a great feature that they’ve added over the last year, in addition to the paper being a thicker, cardstock quality. To overlap the pearl flourish from one page to the next, I first cut it on the transfer sheet, then applied each section, matching up the one on the second page with the one already attached on the first page. The photo corners are stamped with the same damask stamp that is on the page. I cut the squares in half to create the triangles for corners.
All artwork displayed is created by Wendy Kessler. My original artwork is for personal inspiration only and may not be copied for the purpose of contest submissions, profit, or publication. Thank you for your respect.