3 Easy projects with the Warm Blessings Stamp Set

by Lilith Eeckels

Welcome, Altenew Fans to a brand new Stamp Focus blog post. The stamp which is today's star of the show is the warm blessings stamp set. It is perfect for all those holiday projects that we will be starting to make soon.

I created three quick projects as when the holidays arrive I know I'm super busy and that I won't have a lot of time to craft.

My first two projects are a card and a couple of name cards for our Christmas dinner table. I want to use very traditional colours this year and have a simple design. Each person will receive a card and have a name card at their seat at the table.

A Simple Traditional Card

The Warm Blessings Stamp Set is perfect for simple designs. The sentiments are of medium size and have an elegant allure.  I stamped the Happy Holidays Sentiment with Heart Best Crisp Ink and added a couple of Holly leaves (from the set) and berries as details.

There is one leaf on the set as well as berries but I decided to use enamel dots. Some green strips of paper from the Green Meadows Gradient Cardstock.

Name Cards:

I picked a different sentiment and stamped it in the middle. I quickly wrote down the names with a black pen and added three stamped berries to include some red. You can see how I created the card and name cards in the video at the end of this post.

A 3D Card

My last project is a simple card with lots of dimension. I stamped a sentiment with Ultimate Metallic Gold Pigment Ink and added a the Poinsettia 3D Die. Lately, I have been drawn to grey and black colour combos and I decided to use it her too. For the festive touch, I added Emerald Gold Washi Tape.

The Poinsettia Die has a lot of detail and you can fold along the cut lines in the middle of the petals to add even more dimension.

In the video below, you can see how I created all three projects. I can't wait for Christmas to arrive.

Happy scrapping and stay safe.


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