Before we start play time, I just wanted to say I am truly touched and deeply honored by the support received towards this new chapter in my life. You know, you venture into something completely new and make these stamps and they are a piece of you and you love them dearly and hope that perhaps you can sell some to others that appreciate them too. I had no idea how popular they’d be! It’s very exciting to see your enthusiasm…to know that you love them as much as I do. Thank you for that.
Please follow me on Facebook for ‘real time’ updates. We’ve now sold out of Travelogue, Wanderlust, and Time. One Fine Day is soon to follow. And it won’t be too long for the other two, so if you don’t want to wait, I’d suggest you hurry and get them now. I have a reorder in and I’m hoping it’ll be about a week.
Alright now…let’s play. :)
If you’ve been ’round these parts for a while, you know how I love to maximize my art. The same is true with the stamps! I love that so many of these can be used together to create a whole new design.
Let’s take a look at some fun ideas using Line By Line, Time, and Time Again–which are all awesome to use with Project Life or your planners, I might add.
Line By Line was designed with your own personal creativity in mind–made to layer upon layer with so many possibilities. Not to mention you can use them individually or combine them with other stamps. This is one to be a favorite for sure.
Time and Time Again (aren’t I so clever??) are designed to play very nicely together! I think that my favorite feature about all this is the thick and thin options you can have (although this graphic doesn’t display the thin as thin as it really is). And then you start mixing the script with the clean words? Divine!
Now we get into some fun stuff. So much of what came out in this release can
work play together! Of course much of it can all be intermixed between the six stamps, but here’s what I’ve done with just the three sets.
These are just a handful that I did. I love all the possibilities!!
Imagine what you could do!
Be sure to tune in tomorrow as we have a fabulous page using the stamps by Miss Nichol!
Oh, and I thought I’d point out one more thing. I’ve had questions and comments on the script used for Time. It’s actually my handwriting. You can also get the same art as cut files and PNGs in Seven Days A Week and On The Calendar.