Hello fellow rubber stampers! Today I thought I would share with you my latest coordinatable sheet. Basically, it's a page you print onto white card stock, cut out the different shapes, stamp in the blank spaces, and layer however you like onto a card. This gives you many possibilities for all kinds of cards. Here's what it looks like:
If you want to print this out, or save it to your computer, click here. You'll want to print on Best quality. It will use more ink, but compare the cost of purchasing patterned paper from your craft store! And these are all coordinated to go together perfectly.
Here are some examples of cards you can make with this sheet.
Just a couple of circles on this card, stamped with my new owls.
This one I flipped on it's side and switched the circle to a rectangle.
Here I added the strip of dotted paper. But I didn't want it as wide, so I cut it down.
Flipped this one again, and added the Moose and Thinking of You stamps.
Here I used the entire dotted pattern on the bottom of the card, and cut the stripes short to add them vertically.
This one I put the stripes horizontally. There are so many different ways you can make a card from this coordinatable! Get a really slick look by printing onto Photo paper. Your cards will wow everyone!
Oh, one more thing. You may be wondering why I included the six squares of color in the corner. I wanted to give you a swatch of each color used on the sheet so you can coordinate your own colored pencils, stamp pads, etc.
All stamps used are Victorine Originals. Have fun with this! Let me know if you make any great cards with this coordinatable!