Just a Little Note

April 14, 2016


Hello crafty friends! It's Jess from JessCrafts.com and today I'm sharing a clean and simple note card with the Just Sentiments clear stamp set. I am preparing a fun video for the upcoming blog hop and so I don't have a video for this card today. As you can see it's a pretty straightforward design though. Simple mask off a strip with something like Delicate Surface Painter's Tape or Post It Note Tape and then stamp the little notes from the set all over the background. I chose to use the Hero Arts Neon Ombre Ink pads because they are so bright. Then I lifted up the masking and stamped the coordinating sentiment. I can't wait to see all the fabulous inspiration that will be in the upcoming blog hop.


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