Some of the best used stamp sets in my collection are versatile sets with every day occasions and sentiments. Daily Designs is a set of all occasion images that can be used in conjunction with Daily Designs sentiments. Did I mention they have also been created for tags? Yes, like the previously released PTI tag sets, this set features circular images with an average of 1 3/4' in diameter--which perfectly coordinate with your Marvy punches in addition to your circular nestabilities by Spellbinders. I know many of you PTI stampers have been waiting for an all occasion set, just wait until you see the full reveal. As you have graciously stopped by today I will share that this set includes something for dad, mom, baby, boy and girl. I'll be sure to give you a few more clues tomorrow too so make sure to stop by. These images and sentiments will be available Jan 15th!
Today's card features one of my favourite images--a cross-stitch heart, circle--a cross stitch circle and "stitched with love" sentiment. Just imagine stitching this image with thread! How fun would that be?
I began my card by stamp the "x" circle with Spring Moss ink on Stamper's Select White cardstock. Next I stamped my "x" heart using Pure Poppy ink. Then I stamped the sentiment using Dark Chocolate ink. Then I used my circle nestability and created a deboss look (it popped the image down). Then I used my Martha Stewart punch to create a decorative design on the Bitty Dot patterned paper. As a final touch I added the Pure Poppy stitched ribbon. You'll notice I raised the second layer with pop dots.
Stamp Set(s): Daily Designs and Daily Designs Sentiments (Urban Design by Alli Miles) by PTI
Cardstock: Stamper's Select White by PTI
Patterned Paper: Bitty Dot by PTI
Ink: Pure Poppy by PTI, Dark Chocolate by PTI, Spring Moss by PTI
Accents: Pure Poppy stitched ribbon
Tools: Circle Nestabilities by Spellbinders, Martha Stewart Punch
Thanks so much for stopping by today. I'd love to hear from you too!
P.S. I'll try and pry myself away from green and red...must have been all those Christmas cards I was making the past few months...