Rubber Stamp a Simple Card with I {Heart} Hearts Stamp Set

Catherine Videos

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The card above was my inspiration from the Stampin' Success magazine.  It uses the Good Neighbors Stamp Set (FREE with a $50 purchase through March 31), Old Olive, Chocolate Chip, Ruby Red, and Crushed Curry.  The greeting is from 115370 Teeny Tiny Wishes, 24 little greetings for $36.95.

View my video to see how quick and easy it is to make this card…and I show you how to mount your clear mount stamps also!

  

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 Supplies:

  • I {Heart} Hearts Stamp Set (118571 Clear Mount, $18.95 – block C) (117010 Wood Mount, $26.95)
  • 115656 Melon Mambo Ink pad $5.95
  • 115320 Melon Mambo Cardstock $5.50 for 24 sheets
  • 100908 Chocolate Chip Ink pad $5.95
  • 102128 Chocolate Chip Cardstock $5.50 for 24 sheets
  • 100730 Whisper White Cardstock $7.50 for 40 sheets
  • 109065 Chocolate Chip Taffeta Ribbon $6.95 for 10 yards
  • 118402 Scallop Border Trim Punch FREE with a $50 purchase

Happy Stamping Everyone!

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