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Back to Basics Sentiment Stamps - Get Well Cards

Back to Basics Sentiment Stamps - Get Well Cards

Hello, everyone! Roree here to share more of projects using our new Back to Basics collection, specifically our 6x8 Sentiment Stamp Sets.

There are four different themes to choose from: Birthday, Congratulations, Get Well, and Thank You. Each stamp set comes with 40+ different sentiments in an array of different fonts that are perfect for mixing & matching!

For the first project, I used the Get Well stamp set for the sentiment on this monochromatic card.

I based the design of this card on a card that I previously created using a banner punch. It was such a fun design that I wanted to try it again and I thought it would be perfect for showcasing the Back to Basics paper colors and patterns. I cut several banner shapes from the papers in the Lilac collection and adhered them to the base of my card. I added a striped strip along the center and notched the ends. I then stamped "Love you" with black ink on a label die cut from the Die-Cut Ephemera sheet included with the Lilac collection. I layered and adhered the stamped label, a heart die cut (also from the Die-Cut Ephemera sheet), and some pieces of a paper doily to the center of the card. I added two rhinestones from the Clementine collection on the center strip to finish.

For the next project, I have a card by Becki Adams. She made this beautiful get well card also using the Get Well stamp set.

She started by stamping her sentiment in the lower right corner of her card with black ink. She added buffalo plaid paper from the Royal paper pack cut at an angle along the top. She then created a gorgeous floral border along the angled edge by die cutting flowers and leaves using papers from the Mango, Lilac, Rose, Lemon, and Jade paper packs to finish.

These Back To Basics 6x8 Sentiment Stamp Sets are so versatile and with so many sentiments to choose from, the combinations in each set (and between all four sets) are endless. They are a MUST HAVE for any card maker or stamper!

I hope you enjoyed today's projects. Thanks so much for stopping by and happy crafting!

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