Sunday, March 1, 2020

*Family Legacy* Stamp of the Month Blog Hop!

THANK YOU for stopping by to enjoy our
March Stamp of the Month Blog Hop
featuring this month's SOTM:
Family Legacy S2003

If you've just arrived here from
then you are on the correct path.

Today I'm sharing a standard-size card I created
using the SOTM and the (NEW this month)
Yesterday & Today paper pack!!
I also added a little bit of Mint-colored cardstock
for an extra pop of color. Also featured on my card
is our NEW Classic Alphabet Thin Cuts, that I am
so thrilled with and just couldn't wait to use finally!

The images below will give you a clearer idea 
of how I stamped just part of the word "Love." 
First, I covered (adhered sticky side to stamp)
just part of my image (the letter L) with a yellow post-it 
note, then inked it up with an Espresso ink pad, and then
removed the post-it note before stamping on my project.

I hope that my card and this simple 
masking technique inspires you!
Now you can continue on with the blog hop
and be inspired by more creativity using this 
stamp set by visiting BECCA's BLOG next!


Brandi said...

Great card, I love the pop of colour you added to it.

Miss. Carrie's Creations said...

What a great idea! I love the idea of using those die cuts with the stamps. Thank you for joining us in this month's stamp of the month blog hop. I can't wait to see what you create next! ☕💙MissC

Alyson Mayo said...

Love this paired with another colour - beautiful!

Flower777 said...

Jen as always beautiful card love the masking tip and the beautiful new alphabet kit thank you for your beautiful creations

Krista Hershberger ---- Krista's Crafty with CTMH said...

Creative & always! :) I haven't pulled out those new Alpha Thin Cuts yet...but you used them perfectly! Thanks for inspiring & for sharing your beautiful card!

Cat Nowak said...

Beautiful! I love that you switched the "L" I may have to look at those letters again.

Melissa Robinson said...

Oooh...the use of the Alphabet; CREATIVE! This is a beautiful card!

Shaunna Richards said...

I love your card! So clever to use an historiated letter with the stamp set. Thanks for sharing