The Stamp Review Crew is at it again and today we are sharing ideas for the Oh, Hello stamp set. I'm so excited to see what the other crew members are sharing and I'm crossing my fingers that you'll find at least one of the three projects I have created inspiring enough to try them on your own! Let's get start with a quick look at all three projects:
Crisp and clean is the order of the day! The color palette came from one of the ombre color combos that I shared on Friday.
The tag has the stamped images layered atop some Very Vanilla card stock and the is finished off with just a bit of Linen Thread and a cut of Chevron Ribbon.
The card has a bit more intricacy -- a layer of Honeycomb embossed card stock provides a base for the focal point of the card. The torn paper edge allows more of the Honeycomb to show through. And there's one more detail that you may have caught...take a closer look below:
Paper snipped pieces! The flower and the "arrow" or chevron pies were all snipped out and popped up onto the card using Stampin' Dimensionals.
This second tag is also very clean and crisp by design and the flag with the chevron punch outs echoes the feel of the graphic details beneath the "thanks so much" sentiment.
There you have it, all three projects from me!
But before I send you along on the hop, can I let you in on a little secret?
I don't own the Oh, Hello stamp set.
What I do own is the Oh, Hello digital download. At just $3.95 it is a fabulous deal!
To create the projects for today, I first designed a tag in MDS and then exported the file as a PNG:
And then, I arranged the image in 4 places on an 8-1/2" x 11" custom project and printed it onto a piece of Very Vanilla card stock right here at home.
After, a little trimming down and some adhesive and the result was today's hybrid projects!
Hope you'll take time to hop along and see what everyone has created!
Wishing you a creative day!