Keys Of Communication – Card Making

Morning everyone

How are we all this morning?
Full of energy or just crawling back under the duvet?!

Today I would like to share another card made with another one of the new stamps from Crafty Individuals.  This time I have used the chunky vintage typewriter tag stamp.

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This was a really simple card to make although it has got a lot of layers on it.

I stamped the image twice.  I coloured one of the images and trimmed around the edges.  I then cut just the typewriter out of the second stamped image and decoupaged it.

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One of the reasons I love this stamp is because it can be used for all occasions “Just to Say”…. Happy Retirement, Happy Birthday, We have moved, Hello, Thinking of you and so many more.   It is also nice just to cut the stamped tag out and write on the back of it a little note and pop it in a envelope.  It would even work brilliantly as invitation or save the date note.

Crafty Individuals Stamps used:

Chunky Vintage Typewriter CI 455
Just to share: See also Vintage Tickets and Ephemera CI 239 and CI307

Thank you for looking.

Take care,

Flo x

8 Comments

  1. kate

    Good Morning to you Florence, hope all is well with you.
    This is just lovely, it’s a super image and what beautiful papers and colours. Kate x 😉

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  2. thecobweboriumemporium

    Ohh, Flo this is just lovely. It has a freshness about it which speaks of spring, and yet it also has a summer vibe threaded through it. But … it speaks of autumn somehow. An amazing combination of colours which really works brilliantly.
    Love love love the typwriter and the typeface used for the ‘sentiment’.
    A GREAT make. ~ Cobs. x

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