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Sketches for Stamping with Simon & Sandy Seahorse

Hi, stampers!

Ever need a boost in the arm when you sit down to stamp? Like sketches? 

Did you know Technique Tuesday releases a free downloadable file with card and tag sketches for every Animal House stamp set? Consider these sketches a creative blueprint for the next project you make with our cute animal stamps!

Let me show you how easy it is to turn of these sketches into a card. Take this  sketch for Simon & Sandy Seahorse stamp set. It's one of my favorites! 

Seahorse Card Sketch from Technique Tuesday | TechniqueTuesday.comYou can easily use the sketch as a springboard for making a card like Jenn Brown did!  

Swimming By Seahorses Card by Jenn Brown | TechniqueTuesday.comDon't you just love the background the seahorses are drifting in? Jenn created it by applying watercolors to cardstock and then cutting a border out the bottom of it with the Bubbles on the Border crafting die. (Not a fan of the bubbles? Consider using one of our other border dies to cut a border out of the bottom of the panel.)

She stamped and die-cut the seahorses, jellyfish and starfish from cardstock with the stamp set and dies. She colored them in with markers and placed them on her card, just like we did in the sketch. She finished her card with a stamped sentiment and some enamel dots. Not a fan of enamel dots? Consider creating dots with Glossy Accents or glitter glue instead. 

You'll find 11 more sketches for Simon & Sandy Seahorse on their idea sheet! And you'll find sketches for all the Animal House stamp sets on their product pages.

By the way, we'd love to see how you are using the sketches for the Animal House stamp sets to make cards and tags. Share a link with us to your projects by leaving a comment on this post or posting your project on Facebook or Instagram. Be sure to use the #TechniqueTuesday hashtag when you post! 



Cute stuff. I want to try this stamp idea.

Kids would definitely love this stamp thing.

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