I am excited to introduce my first project using Scrappy Boy Stamps’ March 2023 Release. The new stamp set “She’s A Dream” was inspired by the classic TV show that we all love. This stamp set is a perfect addition to your collection and will surely add some whimsy to your projects.
Isn’t this stamp set the cutest? Each stamp in the set has been carefully designed to showcase the magical aura of the classic TV show. The genie is absolutely adorable and brings back memories of a beloved TV character. There is a genie bottle stencil in the release that was designed to add a touch of enchantment to your projects, and another background stencil, which I used with my gel press to create an abstract background, perfect for adding texture and depth to creations.
You can make a variety of different crafts such as cards, home decor, and scrapbook pages with this stamp set. Pair the colored images with the coordinated paper pack in both 6×6 and slimline.
Overall, the “She’s A Dream” stamp set is a must-have for anyone who loves the classic TV show and wants to add a touch of magic to their projects.
Thank you for joining me in this creative journey, and happy crafting!
Dusting off old stamp sets always brings about a wave of creativity and nostalgia. With Easter fast approaching, I decided to take out an older stamp set from Stamp Anniething called “For Peeps Sake”. This set was released before the immensely popular Chibi line but still has the same cute and fun aesthetic that Stamp Anniething is known for.
I started by stamping the bunny in the grass, bunny holding Easter egg and basket, carrot, egg, flowerpot and chick from the set onto white cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I then colored them in with Copic markers, sticking to a soft pastel color palette to keep with the Easter theme. I also used a white gel pen to add some highlights and details to the images. I fussy cut the images and also removed the flowerpot from the flowers do I could embellish the sentiment a bit by popping flowers and sentiment up with double-sided foam tape.
For the background, I wanted to create a simple and whimsical scene. I used Distress Oxide inks in shades of blue and green to blend a sky and grass background, respectively. I also added some clouds using the clouds builder stencil by incorporating some white pigment ink. I used the grass builder stencil and ink blended in green on the bottom half of the card front. The background panel was cut from specialty paper called GEMINIO PAPER, a glossy paper that is not quite Yupo, but close. It stands up to dome fun ink and watercolor techniques and doesn’t warp or pill.
To finish off the card, I stamped a sentiment from the set onto a strip of extra ink-blended Geminino paper and this will be adhered to the top left hand corner over a banner I made using the carrot stamp and coloring up with my Copics for added interest.
Overall, I had a blast dusting off this old Stamp Anniething set and using it to create a fun Easter card. It just goes to show that sometimes, it’s worth looking back and giving some love to the stamp sets we may have overlooked from the past. Now go find a TREASURE from your stash and share what you make! Happy Crafting!
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