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More Signed, Sealed and Delivered Inspiration!

Hooray! We are back for another day of celebrating our new Signed, Sealed and Delivered stamp collection!

We have Linda Barber and Teri Anderson here today to share some projects they cooked up with the collection's I Love You Seal, Mom Seal and USA Seal sets.


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Let's get on with the show.

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Linda used the I Love You Seal set to create the large circle that goes off the edge of her layout. It sure goes great with her border of circles! And don't you just love how she made the heart pink?

To finish off her layout, she stamped one of the smaller stamps from the set once in the lower left corner of her layout. 

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Soft, sweet and a great finishing touch!

Teri used the same stamp set to whip up this simple little card.

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She made the seal three-dimensional by popping the center up with foam tape and then adding a red gem to the heart. She paired the finished seal with some of the words from our Love Always Wins by Ali Edwards stamp set.

Speaking of love-themed cards, Linda used the Mom Seal to make this sweet one for Mom.

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Don't you love how she turned the seal into a rosette? She stamped the seal on cardstock and then used a scalloped circle punch to cut it out. She finished off her rosette by adding a couple pieces of ribbon notched at the ends.

Teri made one more card for us to share with you today.

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She used the USA Seal set here. She made the star accents by stamping the set's small star stamp on some of our Technique Tiles - Buttons.

We'll be back tomorrow with some more projects made with the Signed, Sealed and Delivered stamps. Hope to see you here.

TTBlogTeam


Comments

Oh I want to get that set, I know some people that I would love to make them for in my craft room from http://roomstogrowusa.web12.hubspot.com/hobbyrooom/.

Love this set!

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