Friday, January 15, 2016

Card: Dots For Days My Friend

Today I would like to share a little Stamp Therapy with you.

Stamp Therapy is for those moments when I'm feeling a lack of creativity, feeling down, or when I'm overwhelmed.

I currently have an overwhelming amount of new products sitting on my table.  I know... "overwhelmed" and "new product" shouldn't be used in the same sentence :)  But, sometimes, too much of a good thing can be overwhelming :)

These are the times where I need to keep it simple to get the MOJO rolling :)  Keeping to a Black and White color scheme never fails to get me back in the groove of things!

The most complicated part of this card was lining up my Dots for Days on the main panel.  Stamp-a-majig to the rescue!  There are no hidden dots under that Washi Tape either!  I put the Washi Tape on first :) 

I hope you enjoy today's stamp therapy card and that I inspire you to try it for yourself! I've posted my printable supply list for you below.
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1 comment:

  1. #caseingtheblog
    i think your cards are lovely! i would add a hint of glimmer by using either the clear or gold wink of stella brush
    laura j