This month we are spotlighting our new Stanley Jr stamps (outline and solid) in our “One Product, Three Ways series!” Today we have Andrea, Melissa, and Tessa sharing how they each used these stamps to create repeating patterns on different projects – let’s take a look:
Andrea Gray | If I could only use one alpha stamp for the rest of my life it would be Stanley (solid + outline, of course)! But isn’t everything cuter when it’s smaller? Stanley Jr. stamps are perfect for small pocket cards so today I am sharing how I made a pattern with them to create this pocket page!
Creating patterns with stamps is super fun! I used the solid alpha to create a repeating pattern and then used the outline to call attention to just one section of the pattern that I wanted to be the focus! GO PACK GO!
Melissa Mann | The new Stanley Jr. alphabet sets are perfect for card making, Project Life, and mini albums! They are smaller in size and lend well to the smaller sized projects! I used both sets on my card; stamping one line with the outline set and the next line with the solid set across my card front. I love how they look stamped onto vellum, allowing a smidge of the wood grain pattern paper behind to show through!
Tessa Buys | I adore the Stanley Jr. outline and solid stamps! They were perfect for creating my own patterned paper for this layout. I chose five words that best described the story I was telling and stamped them over and over again across most of an 8.5 x 11 inch page. I filled some words in using the solid stamps and red and green inks. Others I filled with a pen and doodled stripes. If you’re looking for a way to make your next layout extra custom, these stamps are the best!