RemARKable Stampers Stamp of the Month: Ciao, Baby!

Aloha!  You’re on Maui – at least for a little bit.  If this is your first stop on the RemARKable Stampers Stamp of the Month Club tour for March, then welcome – and I hope you’ll enjoy all the fabulous projects today.

Ciao Baby is a bit of a sleeper – small images designed to be used with either the Petite Curly Lable Sale-a-bration punch or the 7/8 inch Scallop Circle punch.  I thought they would be a great unifying item for a set of notecards.  First up is a card using the Madison Avenue Sale-a-bration set:

MauiStamper RemARKable Tour Ciao Baby

Each card is made using the Note Cards and Envelopes (#107311, 20 cards and envelopes, $5.95).  The Ciao Baby images are stamped and punched with the Petite Curly Label punch, then popped up on a Stampin’ Dimensional.   I kept a uniform color scheme but changed up the stamp set for each card.  The second card features Morning Cup:

SOTM2MarA little bit of ink brushed across the Needlepoint TIEF embossing helps the design to stand out.   Morning cup is perfect for coloring with Stampin’ Write markers!

Oh, Whale seemed like a perfect fit for the next sentiment:


I originally cut the whale out with the framelit, but decided it wasn’t necessary and ended up just stamping it directly on the front panel.  Have I mentioned lately how much I appreciate clear mount stamps?  Those little waves were simple to line up!


The last card in my set is a little Owly love note using the Aviary set.  Call me crazy, but I just can’t bring myself to put the birds inside the cage.  I like to see them outside and free!!SOTM4aMar

The little heart is just hand-colored, just because I wanted to.

Hope you’ve enjoyed this stop on the tour – time to head off to Robin‘s studio!


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