How to make this card and tag
Create gorgeous Christmas cards using the Stamp Platform and Sarah-Jane’s festive ideas and inspiration
Stamping tools have revolutionised stamping, allowing everyone to achieve great results, every time! One of the greatest benefits to using the Stamp Platform is if you don’t get a great impression the first time you stamp, it’s easy to re-ink and stamp again to get the desired result. But that’s not the only thing this platform is useful for!
This Stamp Platform is especially great for people with dexterity problems as they make it easy for everyone to stamp using any size stamp. The platform has open sides to the right and bottom edges meaning that you can stamp on any size paper including 12x12 and it’ll still easily fit on your desk.
Other things worth noting with this platform are: a magnetic catch on the removable top door (making it easy to reposition and clean), bold clear and rubber markings to the top (just flip it around to suit your stamp), a magnetic base, plus a foam back with non-slip feet that make for a stable surface to work with. And that’s just the beginning! There are so many positives to this platform and I love using it. It would make a great addition to any stamper’s stash!
1 Position snowflake stamps onto the Stamp Platform and stamp with pink ink onto a 135mm square of white card. Clean stamps and stamp again with blue ink onto another 135mm square of white card.
2 Clean and reposition the stamps to fill the card. Stamp the pink panel again with pink ink. Clean and repeat on the blue ink card. Repeat until both pieces of card are stamped all over.
4 Dip the edges of the stamped panels in navy ink. Die-cut four 70mm circles from white card. Roll all the edges through a navy ink pad to accent. Attach two white circles together with a stamped circle on top.
5 Wrap the stamped panel with ribbon and attach to a 148mm square base covered with coordinating paper. Fill the aperture with the opposite stamped colour. Stamp and heat emboss sentiment in silver.