So you think you can’t stamp huh? I admit it. I can’t. It always looks like something my 4 year old created (not that his creations are terrible). However, with today’s steal the We R Memory Keepers Sew Stamper, the mystery of stamping has all of the sudden become a whole lot less intimidating, and in fact, down right easy. A simple flick of the lid and an easy roll and your project is dressed up with just the perfect touch of stampy goodness.
Lucky for you today we get to elaborate on the Sew Stamper perfection. You’ll be thrilled that today we have some guest bloggers from the We R Memory Keepers Design team. (Did I mention perfection?)
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Heidi Van Laar was so kind as to let us use one of her cards as the foundation for this week’s official Monday Card Madness sketch.
It was incredibly difficult to decide which of her awesome cards to use but I’m so in love with banners right now that my heart skipped a little beat over this card.
Here is your sketch for those of you printing them off for future inspiration.
The border rows of stamping on this layout finish things off beautifully.
Ann Corbiere-Scott also shows how the Sew Stamper can be incorporated into a great finishing touch for a layout.
I especially love on this layout how she achieves the look of stitching across her center circles with no fuss of hauling out the sewing machine. 2.3 seconds flat! Now that’s my kind of embellishing. Quick enough that I can still pull off a gorgeous project and dinner by 5:30. Maybe.
I’d like to thank these talented girls for sharing their projects with us today. Please be sure to click on their names and stop by their blogs to find oodles of additional inspiration.
For those of you participating in our Monday Card Madness random drawing giveaway, be sure to have any of this month’s Monday Card Madness creations posted somewhere online and linked to one of the Monday Card Madness postings by May 4th at 11:59 PM in order to be eligible for your chance to win. Also feel free to stop by our Facebook Fan Page for lots of fun and tons of ideas.
Have a great day and I’ll see you tomorrow for a little How To’sday.