There seems to be a big trend in stamp sets with lots of words/greetings that you can build together. These words are great for so many techniques. But the best? Creating backgrounds.
For this simple window card, I used the new Holiday Subway Art stamp set from My Favorite Things. Aren’t those holiday greetings fantastic?
I started by drawing a diagonal pencil line towards the top of a white notecard. I then started stamping the greetings directly under this line… filling in the entire space. I used four of my favorite of the My Favorite Things Inks: Blu Raspberry, Jellybean, Wild Cherry and Razzleberry.
When I finished, I used a medium heart from the My Favorite Things Heart Stax die set to cut the window. (I held on to the heart it cut for a future project!) I then die cut a small red heart and white heat embossed the word “joy” from the My Favorite Things Ornament Banner Builder set. Finally, I added the small heart to the inside of the card with a foam dot.
Clustering words together like this a great way to create a background! Here is a look at the Holiday Subway Art stamp set from My Favorite Things. It is perfect for creating your own chalkboard/subway art that is popular right now…
What would you use this stamp set for? Would love to hear your ideas.