September 2006 Stampin' Highlight from Meg
Making the most of your stamp sets: 1 set, so many cards!
|You probably already know that one of the advantages of Stampin' Up! stamp sets is that they come with a variety of coordinating images. These images can be used together to create a complete project.|
|You probably also realize that the same images can be used alone or with punches or markers to highlight certain elements of the set.|
|The limited edition stamp set, A Light Heart, is a perfect example of how different elements in a stamp set can be used to create a wide variety of cards.|
|These samples all use the same elements: the Recollections Designer Series Paper, the Light Heart Stamp Set, and a Cranberry Crisp Classic Stampin' Pad. There are a few other accents added, such as the Prep School Ribbon Originals or the Silver Brads, but the elements are basically the same.|
|I hope you find these ideas helpful in using your stamp sets to the fullest degree possible. Stamps really are a tool--it just takes the ideas and examples to put them to use!|
Images copyright Stampin' Up! 1990-2006, Artwork by Jackie Bolhuis