Today I had "product pick" on the Pink Paislee blog, so I decided to feature the Daily Junque stamp set and show you a variety of ideas with this set.
There are so many things you can do with it, such as travel cards and scrapbook pages, days of the week pages, miss you cards, birthday cards...well, the possibilities are endless, really! Check out this gorgeous package. You get a TON of stamps!
My first card was inspired by the "top priority" saying and the numbers list. I stamped these two onto the Daily Junque - MAP patterned paper with red and blue ink. Don’t be afraid to stamp directly onto patterned paper! A patterned paper can add a lot more pizazz to your card than plain cardstock.
Daily Junque - Ephemera and some red cardstock stars that were punched with a Fiskars star punch. The red border is also a stamp from the Daily Junque stamps! I'll be using that one a lot today.
Wonderful Words and is cut out of Soiree - Trellis paper.
Next, I made a "Miss You" card. I loved the little envelope in the stamp set, so I stamped it in red and cut it out, then tied it with Soiree Twine like a little package. I stamped the map twice onto the kraft paper and made a blue border - both with the Daily Junque stamps. The red check is a ribbon from my stash. The polkadot circle is a 2" circle punched from a Sweetness - Love Blooms paper. The resin stars are by Melissa Frances.
The little yellow hearts are from the Sweetness Glitter Letters, and the teal paper is Daily Junque - Tickets paper.
I couldn't resist using that little frame image in all different colors here...I used Papertrey Ink's Berry Sorbet (peach) and Hawaiian Shores ink (blue), and Jenni Bowlin's Lemon Drops ink (yellow). I used these same inks on the last card as well. Flower is Prima. I cut a piece of the Soiree - Wood Shapes and inked it up with Hawaiian Shores ink.
When I stamped the sentiment, I masked off the words as I went, so I could stamp one or two words in each box. On the inside, you could stamp, "it's your birthday".
I hope this gave you a little bit of card inspiration today. Which one is your favorite and why? :)