Today we'd like to share some ideas using the Small Sketched Alphabet Stamp Set. This is a smaller version of the Sketched Alphabet and it also goes well with the Sketched Numbers Stamp Set. This new set has the complete alphabet and some fun hand drawn labels and frames that you can use to create your own words and sentiments for your cards, journals and other projects!
Here’s a few different ways this stamp can be used. Click on the images for more information about each project.
For this first project, Belinda shows how it can be used in a daily journal. Belinda has used the different frames to create the dates for the journal along with some journal writing and has made flowers from the circle elements in the stamp set! It shows you can mix and match the stamps to create some fun journal spreads!
On this card, Godelieve has created a background by stamping out the alphabet in full! What a great idea for a teacher, writer or correspondence card!
For this card, Anneke has created a fun design using the long rectangle frame, repeating the frame to cover the card, colouring it in different inks, and stamping a sentiment in the middle frame using the alphabet. Very clever!
Sarah created this art journal page using the long rectangle frame to stamp the Masquerading Quote Stamp into and used the alphabet to add words to the full quote! Sarah also used the Layered Handwriting, Faded Circles and Geometric Gems stamps to complete her page.
For this card, Anneke has used the little square element to add a fun design to her card and coloured it with different inks. The flower is from the Fine Flowers Vol 2 Stamp Set and sentiment from the Simple Sayings Vol 1 Stamp Set.
This beautiful card by Godelieve is another example of creating a sentiment with the alphabet and framing it in the rectangle frame. Godelieve also created a circle patterned background by stamping the little scribble circle all over the background!
We hope you enjoyed these ideas! The Small Sketched Alphabet is a great stamp set that can be used in so many different ways!
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