Hello Mixed Bunch! The Stamp Review Crew is at it again this week and we are thrilled to share ideas for the Mixed Bunch stamp set! You may be starting here or perhaps you've just come over from visiting Heidi Baks...she always has delightful work to share!
The Mixex Bunch stamp set that can be used for either traditional paper crafting or for digital and hybrid projects...I am sharing the latter!
The Mixed Bunch stamp set is part of Designer Kit that includes some premade templates. Much as it would have been easy to just tweak an exisiting item, I decided to create something brand new. When I sat down to do so, my daughter Brooklyn was right nearby and she was very interested in what I was doing so I decided to create something for her.
What you are seeing is a printable that is intended to be a door sign for Brooklyn's room. It would also make a wonderful binder cover or a memory keeping page. The large emblem at the top is from the Mixed Bunch stamp set.
The first step was using the coloring tool to change the colors for the flower. After doing so, I mounted a circle punch (that I elected to change black) behind the flower image.
The colors used on the flower were echoed in Brooklyn's name...this ties the project together beautifull.
Knowing that Brooklyn loves to send notes to her little friends, I thought that some note cards were in order! Creating these was a breeze! To do so, I:
Exported the original printable as a PNG file (a JPEG would also work).
Created an 8-1/2" x 11" document and inserted the PNG file.
After guestimating the best size, I copied and pasted the image a few times...I created one file that was "4-up" and one that was "6-up".
Once I got the placement down, I printed the sheets, cut apart the pieces and then made cards in no time flat!
I've saved the extra pieces for Brooklyn to use herself. I'm excited to see what she chooses to create!
Frankly, I love this little design so much, that I am thinking I may design some cards in MDS with it and have them printed professionally using the Stampin' Up! print vendor!
Be sure to hop along and see what else everyone has created! I always love the diversity of projects and I am sure you will too! Next up is Ann Schach and her project is sure to "wow" you!
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