Today I am sharing two Stampin Up Just My Type stamp set ideas for handmade cards using everyday sentiments. I have used tow of the new and returning colours from the 2023 colour refresh – Lost Lagoon and Bubble Bath. This stamp set is very cute and can be used in many different ways.
Stampin Up Just My Type Card 1
Firstly, let’s look at the Stampin Up Just My Type Bubble Bath card on the left. For this card I have added an embossed layer using one of the Basics 3D Embossing Folders (these come in a set of 3). I tied a double strand of linen thread around this before I adhered to the base card with Dimensionals. Next I stamped my image in Basic Gray ink onto Basic White cardstock, and coloured with Bubble Bath, Lost Lagoon, Berry Burst and Daffodil Delight Stampin’ Blends.
Next I cut this out with the 1 3/4″ circle punch and attached it to the embossed layer with Dimensionals. Finally I added a couple of clear rhinestones to a couple of the flowers.
Here’s a look at the Stampin’ Up! Just My Type stamp set so you can see the great images and how versatile it is. It’s a stand alone stamp set and you can find it HERE in my online store.
Stampin Up Just My Type Card 2
For my second Stampin Up Just My Type card I have started with Lost Lagoon card base and used another of the Basics 3D Embossing Folders. Next I stamped the cute typewriter in Bubble Bath , adding the piece of paper and the heart in the same colour, and the word ‘hi’ in black. I cut this whole image out with paper snips and adhered to the embossed layer. Next I stamped one of the single flowers to in Berry Burst, cut it out with paper snips and attached with a glue dot to the right side of the typewriter. I also attached a clear rhinestone to the centre of the flower for some bling.
Next I stamped the plant in Lost Lagoon and the pot in Basic Gray onto a scrap of Basic White cardstock. I cut this out with one of the Stylish Shapes stitched dies (or a circle punch would work fine (the circle is 4.3cm or just under 1 3/4 inches). Next I attached this to the bottom right of the typewriter. Finally I attached a bow of white bakers twine using a glue dot.
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