Hello... I shared a card made with the butterfly image from the Well Worded stamp set. I decided to play with rest of the stamps since there is only a few weeks left of the retiring products lists, I am showing several cards made with the Well Worded stamp set. I must admit that I had a lot of fun coming up with these cards - and I did use all of the stamps within the set. I really don't know why I over looked this set, I am regretting it since it really is a wonderful set... I hope you are inspired with my creations, all supplies used are listed at the end of this post.
For this first card I used the floral image. Not in the conventional way, as I decided to use the Bitty Butterfly Punch to punch out some of the words - "Loving", "Sweet", "Good/Caring" and "True". The colours I chose are Pumpkin Pie in the Sweet Taffy Designer Series Paper this paper pack is full of bright, bold colours and funky patterns, it is featured on the retiring list also, paired with one of the retiring In-Colours - Strawberry Slush. The bitty butterflies are popped up and attached to a punch out using the Elegant Butterfly Punch. The sentiment is from Flamingo Lingo which is the Ronald McDonald Children's Charity stamp, also retiring.
Next, I went masculine with the fun mustache stamp, which also coordinates with the Mustache Framelits Die - also retiring. I stamped and die cut the mustaches in Hello Honey Classic Ink and Tuxedo Black Memento ink before die cutting them. I die cut 3 mustaches - popped the entire layer on dimensionals then added my die cuts so they are inset. The layers are Hello Honey, Basic Gray and Basic Black. The plaid pattern is from the Adventure Bound Designer Series Paper stack, featured in the Occasions Catalogue - sadly, it is not being carried forward into the Annual Catalogue.
This next one features one of my favourite retiring products - The Triangle Punch. I'm a sucker for a paper punch, what can I say?! I stamped several of the Tiered Cake images and punched them out and layered them to a piece of Basic Black. The cake was stamped several times in several colours and cut out to get the layered look. I used Lost Lagoon, Tangelo Twist and Strawberry Slush.
This is another card using the flower stamp. This time it's more conventional and obvious to be a flower unlike the first card with the punched out butterflies. I stamped first in Hello Honey, then using my Mossy Meadow Stampin' Write Marker to add the stem and leaves to stamp. I used the Stamp-a-ma-jig to get them aligned perfectly. The designer series paper in the background is from the Stacked with Love stack in the Occasions Catalogue, also not being carried forward.
I love the black and white patterns - very crisp and adds a nice background to the card. The "I Miss You... already" is from the Really Good Greetings stamp set - this set is also retiring. Some great sentiments in this set, suitable for many different occasions.
Here is another card featuring the cake image. This time I stamped with Blackberry Bliss and Lost Lagoon Classic Inks - added some clear embossing powder, heat set and there you have it an In-Colour Embossed Cake. The dimension that embossing powder adds to a card, it's so simple - but always gets an ooooo.... and ahhhhh! I used the Moonlight Designer Series Paper Stack which is retiring and on sale for 50% off! The striped pattern is from the same paper stack.
I added the stamped/embossed cake to a layer of Blackberry Bliss - die cut with the Starburst Framelits Dies which are also retiring.
My last card I used the butterfly image. I stamped the entire background layer first with Blackberry Bliss Classic Ink, then Rich Razzleberry to fill in the holes. I stamped the butterfly again on vellum and adhered it on an angle. I chose vellum as to not cover the pretty stamped background. The vellum was adhered with staples (I love the handheld stapler!).
I decided to add some Bitty Butterfly punches - if you look closer, you will see that I aligned them so the words line up with the words in the background. I stamped another butterfly on a piece of vellum and attached it to the card on an angle, added some Silver 1/8" Ribbon and a strip of Blackberry Bliss card stock. The sentiment "I can't thank you enough" is from Chalk Talk. I had so much fun playing with
I hope you like all my creations - Have a wonderful day :)
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