Helping Me Grow Tag

Helping Me Grow Tag

Hello, friends! How are you today?

One of my favorite parts of my job is preparing and sending out the Stamp of the Month Club kits. They are so much fun to get ready, and when I am done they look like this:

Helping Me Grow Stamp of the Month Club

I always include a little had made tag as a way of saying thanks to my club members.

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I just love adding a little handmade touch to let them know how much I care.

If you would like to know more about the Stamp of the Month Club, you can click here. And, if you are a member or have been a member, I would love for you to leave a comment about the club. What do you like about it? What colors would you like to see in the future? Any stamp sets that you are dying for me to pick? Leave a comment and let me know!

Happy stampin’ friends!

Michelle

March Stamp of the Month Club~ Helping Me Grow

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Are you new to Stampin’ 365?

Then you may not have heard about our Stamp of the Month club. Each month, I chose a fabulous Stampin’ Up! stamp set and create four original cards, made exclusively with that set. Club members receive the brand new stamp set and all the paper products and embellishments they need to make the four cards. Everything is pre-cut, neatly packaged, and includes typed direction and envelopes. The cost is just $34.95 and includes shipping to anywhere in the United States.

This month’s club features the beautiful “Helping Me Grow” stamp set, watercolor paper and Kraft Cardstock.

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The ink colors include Daffodil Delight, Garden Green, Wisteria Wonder, Bermuda Bay and Crumb Cake.

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I created the watercolor splatter look with my aqua painter and ink squished into the lid of my stamp pads. I wanted the petals to stay clean, so I made a mask, carefully cut it out, and used 2-way glue so it would stay in place. (Let the two way glue dry all the way first.)

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The aqua painter is perfect for flicking watercolor splatters onto the watercolor paper. I stamped everything in Memento ink first to prevent it from bleeding. The great things is, if someone likes a cleaner look, they can leave the watercolor splatters off and the cards still looks complete.

The flowers can be colored using either an aqua painter or blender pens, both with ink squished into the lid of a stamp pad.

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These stamps were so much fun, I went on to create three more cards, so stay tuned for more fun with the Helping Me Grow stamp set!

 

Would you like to know more about the Stamp of the Month Club? Then please click here for all the details.

Are you ready to join? Email me at stampin365@gmail.com. We would love to have you in the club!

Happy stampin’ friends!

Michelle