When I created the card above, I used the sets Too Hip, Foxy, and Just the Basics. You’ll also notice that I used the mirror image stamping technique on this card, to make the two hippos look like they were all lovey-dovey, hehe. Then I used the cute elements from the Too Hip stamp set to make one looks super girly and the other look like a hipster boy. I used the heart image from the, Foxy, set, and the ‘Happy Valentine’s Day’ sentiment from the Sweet Stamp Shop set—Just the basics.
I LOVE the set that I used to create this next card. We all love sequins right now—it’s so in style for papercrafters, but image how fun it would be to play with a sequins stamp?—and in different sizes. Not only does this stamp set, Sparkle and Shine, come with sequins images it also had these really create jewel images, too. This set is too much fun!
My next card is a perfect example of how, Too Hip, is a versatile stamp set. I stamped some party hats on top of the fox and hippo and we have a perfect little scene for a birthday card. Did I mention that the images in the Too Hip stamp set fit perfectly with the fox from the, Foxy stamp set? Well they do! Cute, right?
Lastly, I have this funny little birthday card. When I first saw the stamp set, Stuck on You, I immediately thought to myself, “Hey, this looks like the cactus is looking back at me”—even without the face stamped on it. So I came up with the cute little message, “Honey, do these thorns make my butt look big?” It may not seem to make sense but when I created this card I thought it would be one of those “I’m getting old” kind of cards. I dunno—all I know is this card was super fun to make. I’m so in love with this set now, and I hope this card gets a few laughs, hehe.
Below are some of the sets that have been released for the month of February; however, you can click here to view the full release on the Sweet Stamp Shop blog. Go and check out all the awesomeness over there and you can also view the other creations by other design team members, too. There is so much inspiration on the SSS blog that you’ll be dying to place an order.
I hope you've enjoyed my cards and the new releases. Their new stamp sets are too cute, and I can't wait to make more projects with them. Take care!