A tip so good we couldn't wait to share it! Stampin' Up! concept artist, Kaitlyn Z., uses our Half Wide Stamp Cases (item 127552) to store her Designer Washi Tape. Put a sample strip from each roll on a piece of vellum (cut 3-1/4" x 1" to fit the spine), write the name of the collection at the top, and adhere it to the case. Genius! #BonusTipWednesday #ThatsNotReallyAThing
Go through your stamp sets, stamp the sentiments (thank you's, think of you, birthday and friend) on scraps of white cardstock. Punch them out, layer them with a color cardstock if desired, and write the name of the stamp set they are from on the back. Sort into categories and put them on rings. So when you want a thank you sentiment, it's quick and easy to sort through and find just the right sentiment!
I made this set for my son's teacher. It was so quick and easy to put together that I'm planning to use it for a stamp-a-stack or workshop. Thanks to bethannwilson who's card here: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1452891?&cat=17306 inspired the idea for the set! I have to admit that I REALLY didn't like this year's in colors but the more I use them the more the grow on me!! Thanks for looking and leaving a comment! Daria
Make It Personal: DIY Hand-Stamped Necklace + Giveaway! - The Honest Company Blog
DIY Minimal Business Cards on the Go The ever-clever Mikey Burton has come up with a fun idea that I just may try out. He was asked to participate in the “Designer Challenge” for the October issue of Computer Arts Projects and was tasked to put a new spin on traditional business cards. So his idea was to pare down a card to the absolute essentials: name, website and possibly a stylized bear illustration, and print it in a unique way.