Sets with nice large words are so fun to create with! The Thank You greeting in the So Very Much stamp set is no exception. I have several cards to share with you today using this cute set. Although they use the same greeting each card has it’s own look.
This first card is a swap that I received from Amy Shihinski. She used the ‘splotch’ from the Work of Art stamp set and stamped it onto a piece of shimmer white cardstock that had been misted with water. This gave the images a bit of time to bleed or run a little. The splatters were created with our gold wink of stella pen. Love the way it turned out.
This one has a bit more of a vintage feel to it. It was a swap I recceived from Tracey Frith. She used the So Very Much set along with the Timeless Textures set. I know I’ve said it before but the Timeless Textures set is really one of those sets that everyone needs in their collection. It’s the perfect set for adding a bit of a background to the any card!
Here’s another card using the Timeless Textures stamp set to create a bit of a background. Notice on this one, I used my crushed curry marker and went over the words to add a bit of dimension to them. Such a fun way to make them a bit more bold!
This last card, for today, was created by Linda Baker (inspired by Kelly Achison). I believe this cool looking background is the shaving cream background. You use a combination of shaving cream and ink refills to create this gorgeous background. It’s super fun to do but I haven’t done it in years. Such a beautiful card!
This stamp set – So Very Much – is one that you can earn for free with a $60 purchase during Sale-a-Bration. If you make a lot of thank you cards, have a wedding or baby shower coming up – this set would be perfect!
- So Very Much (wood mount) – #143340
- So Very Much (clear mount) – #143343
Have a creative day!
Order at least $60 through my online store or join the Treasure Stampers team,
in February, and you will receive the Lift Me Up tutorial
absolutely free ($24.95 value). The tutorial includes a supply list and
step by step instructions, with measurements, to create these three
cards created using the Lift Me Up Bundle and the Sending Love designer series paper stack.