The Well Defined stamp set is a bit different than or regular fare, it’s a sentiment set that is set up in a dictionary style look. This set includes all kinds of words for the fall and winter along with a nice to and from making it a great choice for tags also.
Check out this soft and lovely card made using the gratitude greeting from the set.
It’s got a soft and lovely feel to it and since it is using the Soft Succulent pattern from the Harvest Meadow Designer Series Paper. The paper has a delicate font in the background talking about the things in nature, fall, and harvest to continue the theme.
Monochromatic cards like this are a lot of fun and can be very creative too. I think you’ll love the soft look of layering the and the Vellum card stock has been dry embossed with the Thanks folder from the set of 2 embossing folders. Not only does it add texture and interest it pairs up well with the sentiment that is highlight by the Stitched So Sweetly Dies. Don’t you love the way our products coordinate?
So what do you think? Why not leave me a comment and let me know?
Stamp Set: Well Defined (156532)
Inks: Soft Succulent (155778/155779)
Paper: Harvest Meadow Designer Series Paper (156494), Soft Succulent (155776), Vellum (101856), and Basic White Card stock (159276)
Accessories: Stitched So Sweetly Dies (151690) and Thanks & Hello Embossing Folder (155430), Basic Pearl Jewels (144219), and Soft Succulent 3/8″ Open Weave Ribbon (1557780)
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