Get your moneys worth!

Hey everyone,

Today I have some great ways you can use one stamp set. I am determined to use what I have and the stamp set I use today has never been used! You can use whatever stamp set you have and just incorporate the techniques into it. We don’t need to buy a new set every time we want to create.

The first card I made has a beautiful floating element to it. It turned out so pretty and was very simple to make

You can use any shape for this, a circle or square.

This one was just something I thought may look cool.

Again you can use any shaped for this card, circles or ovals etc. Just colour in inside your shapes.

This one ended up turning into a shaker!

This one is one of my favourites! When the light reflects the colours it looks so pretty. I am sure you have alcohol markers you can use.

A simple background created with the stamp set.
This is so pretty

Another favourite!! I love the grey stamping in the background. Get your watercolours out and try it with your stamps.

Masked stamping on to watercolour card.

Another really simple way to use your stamps but so effective!

I love this floating frame card!

A super simple way of using some of the stamps in the set but so effective. Get your stamps out and give it a try.

I hope you have enjoyed the different ways I used my stamp set. I intend to make more of these style of tutorials. I will be back next week with more ideas!

Love Ann xx

Published by Ann Melvin

My name is Ann and i am a total craft addict! I am a freelance demonstrator for Sizzix, demonstrating there fantastic products on create and craft TV. I have a YouTube channel which i upload to weekly.

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