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Stamped 3x4 Cards | Kellie Stamps

Today I'm sharing some 3x4 cards I made using some physical stamps from Kellie Stamps. I know that she has recently switched to digital, and I'm so excited for her, but I really did love the physical stamps. Just means I'll have to get better at doing hybrid projects.

 Before I found out that Kellie was switching her stamps to digital, I knew she had a Design Team call coming up. I got to work making some cards to use in my submission. When I found out she was going digital, I put together a different batch of projects for my submission.

First up, I cut a bunch of 3x4 cards from regular, untextured white cardstock. I cut 10 in case I made mistakes, and I wasn't sure how many I was going to make.

I painted this one with blue watercolours and then set it aside to dry. When it was dry I used two different stamps. I added the dashed line with a pen.
 For this one. I stamped the to do list in the center of the card. I put a piece of washitape over that section and trimmed it to the size I wanted it to be. Then I used the #coffeelover stamp to stamp the background over and over until I was happy.At first I wasn't going to do the whole card, but anyone who loves coffee knows how out of hand we get sometimes.
 I stamped the background using the love stamp and grey ink, then stamped the love and you in black over top of it.
 This was one of the first ones I made. I stamped the center sentiment in black, covered it in washitape, all the way across the center and then stamped good times on top. I stamped it right on the washitape so that they would line up. When I was finished I carefully peeled off the tape and this was the result.
I bought what I thought was white embossing powder, but ended up being "clear finish" embossing powder. I stamped with versamark, added the embossing powder, used my heat gun, let it cool and painted over it with watercolours. I love how it turned out.
I love the little bit of texture, and that you don't necessarily notice it at first. I love how it turned

Same as the others, I stamped the center portion, taped it off and stamped the background. This is what my brain looks like when I'm frustrated about things, so I see myself making more of this card in the future for sure!

Thanks for coming by to see these cards! I have so many stamps that I see more stamped cards for my Project Life in the future.

I'll be back on Friday sharing a 12x12 layout that I made about my nephew. Have a great day!


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