Elements of the Perfect Stamp Set: Regarding Dahlias

Regarding Dahlias - my FAV stamp set in the catalog, pair it with chevrons and you're golden.  By LovenStamps

Okay.  You’re on a deserted desert island, and you can only have one stamp set (plus embellishments, ink and card stock).  What’s the stamp set you’d pick?  Leave a comment to let us know!

Here’s my pick — it’s the Regarding Dahlias stamp set (130327).  Why is it perfect?  Here are my 5 top reasons:

  • 5. It’s gotta have a “thank you” stamp.  Enough said.
  • 4. The main image can be colored OR left uncolored — choices are wonderful.
  • 3. The set includes a “you’re invited” greeting.  On a deserted island, wouldn’t YOU want to invite someone along??
  • 2. “hi” and “hello, you” are pretty universal.  Birthday? Anniversary? Thinking of you? It fits.  Put your occasion-specific message inside the card.
  • 1. The dahlia is absolutely gorgeous.  And if I only get 1 stamp set, it better have a beautiful main image.

Want more ideas for my perfect stamp set?  Here you go — Regarding Dahlias project ideas, complete with Video Tutorials on my blog.

Oh — and the background image (I’ve had a few questions) is the Positively Chevron background stamp (130499).  It’s sized to cover the full background of a 1/2 sheet card.

So what’s your perfect “deserted island” stamp set?  Leave me a comment!

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2 thoughts on “Elements of the Perfect Stamp Set: Regarding Dahlias”

  1. I would have to agree with you. I love the Regarding Dahlias stamp setm which I got through SITM CLUB. I also love the Positively Chevron stamp, which I fortunately have. I think I will CASE this card, maybe switch up the colors. Thanks for your inspiration.

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