Monday, January 16, 2017

Tips, Tutorials, & Techniques - Creating Custom Greetings

Have you seen the Well-Connected Alphabet stamp set that debuted as part of our January release? With it, you can spell ANYTHING you want! The possibilities are truly endless.

Watch the video below or click here (January 2017 Release Class - Custom Greeting) to watch it on YouTube. Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel so that you don't miss a single tutorial!

Let's take a look at more examples of how you can use the Well-Connected Alphabet stamp set in a variety of ways.

Maybe you'd like to add some words in a different language to your designs. The Well-Connected Alphabet is just what you've been looking for! Julia's STUNNING thank you card featuring the Mini Rolled Rose and Rolled Rose Die-namics with the subtle background created with the Floral Fantasy Background is a veritable feast for the eyes!

Handmade card from Julia Stainton featuring Well-Connected Alphabet stamp set, Floral Fantasy Background stamp, Stitched Scallop Basic Edges 2, Mini Rolled Roses, Rolled Rose, Leafy Greenery, and Blueprints 13 Die-namics #mftstamps

Got a favorite song lyric that's fitting for a greeting card? Jodi is a HUGE Bon Jovi fan, and she pays homage to one of their biggest hits with the Well-Connected Alphabet stamp. So fun! You'll also notice that the set includes punctuation so you can get everything grammatically correct.

Handmade card from Jodi Collins featuring Well-Connected Alphabet stamp set, and Blueprints 1 and Blueprints 2 Die-namics #mftstamps

You can make your envelopes extra special with the Well-Connected Alphabet stamp set, too. Francine created a fun and colorful background with sponging and our Circle STAX Set 1 and Set 2 Die-namics and stamped the address on top. What a great way to take your happy mail to the next level!

Handmade card from Francine Vuillème featuring Well-Connected Alphabet stamp set, and Circle STAX Set 1 and Circle STAX Set 2 Die-namics #mftstamps

You will LOVE using the Well-Connected Alphabet stamp setBe sure to tag #mftstamps when you post your projects online. We can't wait to see what you've made!

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1 comment:

  1. Can this alphabet really be as easy as it looks? Great to see both upper & lower case. Thanks for the video, Stephanie.