When I see a stamp set that includes lots of small interesting images, combined with a coordinating die set that gives even more options, my go-to project is always a Sampler Frame! Whether it’s a small sampler card (like this hot air balloon idea or this succulent card) or a full frame like the project here, the concept is the same: mix and match.
Here are the steps:
- Pick 2-3 colors and a neutral (Bermuda Bay, Lemon-Lime Twist, Soft Suede and Very Vanilla)
- Decide on the number of blocks (4? 9? combine a block or two?)
- Lay out your pieces
Really – it’s pretty simple. But if you like the idea of a ready-to-create kit, then you’re in luck! This is one of the 4 projects from my May Stamps in the Mail Club kit, featuring the Best Birds stamp set. If you don’t have a Big Shot – not to worry. The pieces are punched and die cut for you ahead of time. If you do have a Big Shot and want to add the dies, you can do so at a discount with the Best Value option!
To get your own kit, just fill out the request form. I’ll send you a PayPal invoice (or we can arrange other payment methods if you prefer). Your supplies and kit will be shipped directly to you!
Ready to see the project come together, one step at a time? Be sure to watch the video tutorial for details on assembling your pieces and attaching the elements to get them just right.
Best thing about Stamps in the Mail Club? All the pieces you need arrive at your doorstep – stamps, ink, collated project kits with curated embellishments, directions and photos. Just add your own adhesive and scissors and you’re all set! You can sign up for just one month to give the club a try, and I’ll check in with you to see if you’d like to continue with the May kit.
Stamps in the Mail Club with Meg
Sign up today for your MAY Kit!
Includes the Best Birds stamp set, a single Blender Pen and 3 ink spots, plus supplies for making 4 fabulous projects!
BEST VALUE OPTION: Get the coordinating Birds & Blooms Thinlits Dies at a discount!