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Lindsay's Stamp Stuff - Just My Type

This week I wanted to make a masculine card. Since I haven't used it too much, I thought I would play around with Lindsay's Steam Punk style digital stamps set.

I have to say I enjoyed making this card. The vintage typewriter image was colored using distress inks. It was so easy because the shading is already provided in the image. I slit the image using my craft knife so I could insert the typed message. You could put any message you wanted here. I printed mine using Word and cut to size.


Here is a look at the entire set.





I also have an enabler alert for you! Mygrafico is having their New Year retirement sale through January 9th. All retiring sets are only $1.00. Yep, just $1.00, I didn't make a typo.




Here is a list of Lindsay's Stamp Stuff sets that you will be able to get for just $1.00.

Babies and Bows Digital Stamp Set
Funky Forest Digital Stamp Set
Cute Halloween Digital Stamp Set
Winged Things digital stamp set
Pretty Princess Digital stamp Set
Patriotic Collection
Teariffic Stamps
Puddle Fun Stamps

Old Paper Stamps
Cool Kid Card Kit
Most Tools
Girl Thing Stamps

Sweet Stitches Papers
Many Blessings Stamps
** edited - Lindsay just added the Winterland clip art set to the list

Visit the rest of the DT to see what they have made to show you today. Lindsay will have her weekly freebie posted on her blog.

Lindsay Weirich (Owner & Stamp Designer)
Cindi Hooks
Diane Bove
Jennifer Bliss
Karin Martin
Laurel Seabrook
Leanne Garner
Margie Visnick
Micki Harper
Rhonda Walker
Shannon Neparko
Tamara Bennett
Tracey Allen




Thank you for stopping by!


Supplies:
  • Stamps: Steam Punk Stamps by Lindsay's Stamp Stuff (mygrafico.com), sentiment computer generated
  • Inks: Distressed Inks in old paper, tea dye, antique linen
  • Papers: PaperTrey kraft CS, Georgia Pacific CS, KaiserCraft Devonshire collection DP (includes the label die cut)
  • Tools: Paper piercing tool, Big Shot, Provo Craft Seeing Spots & Distressed Stripes embossing folders
  • Embellishments: Zig Writer chocolate marker, misc. twine & button

Challenges:

Comments

1CardCreator said…
Love this card Cheryl, very clever to insert the note the way you did. ~Diane
Yes you are an enabler, your gorgeous and awesome cards and then the images are just a dollar, hmm....Love this card, all the details and different papers really work with the image.
quite masculine!! I've seen a few typewriter stamps and I love the fact that you can innsert your own message!!!

I love those big embossed circles too!!
Have a great day!
Maria
Really fun. I like how you paired a very vintage style image with bright and contemporary colors and patterns.
Dixie said…
What a great masculine card. I love the way you added the sentiment, very creative. Thanks for the heads up on the good deals at MyGrafico, too.
Cindi said…
great card!! that is such a cool set, I love to see what you girls do with it
:)
Miss Magoo said…
This is fantastic - the color and design is really cool! You make it look easy. I'm so excited for more steampunk stamps (even digis), and what you can do with them.
Mrs. Fence said…
One of my favorite sets! Love the embossing/stamping on the patterned paper too. Very cool card!
Margie said…
Very pretty- I love the embossing on this!
Leanne said…
What a awesome card Cheryl!! I love how you inserted the message into the typewriter! Your so smart!! I love the colors on this to some of my favorite! I also love the embossing! Ok, let me just sum it all up I LOVE YOUR CARD hee hee!! TFS!!
Jennifer said…
JUST MY TYPE! LOVE it!!!!!
Lindsay Weirich said…
well, this must be the reason I've sold so many steampunk stamps sets today! wonderful card cheryl!
Karin said…
Another crazy great card from you :) Just adorable with the paper coming out...
Micki said…
Oh wow, I have got to get me that Seeing Spots embossing folder, lo.... love that texture.
That is one of my favorite sets and I love how your choice of papers adds that 'punch'. Perfect masculine card :-)

hugs
Vicki Dutcher said…
Wonderful type of card --lol Thanks for playing with Speedy's Friends!
Emily Leiphart said…
This vintage style card is fantastic and I love your customized typewritten note!
Tamara Bennett said…
I love the shabby masculine look! That typewriter is one of my fav Lindsay stamps!
redwasher1 said…
Sweet!!
Thanks for sharing it with us at Speedy's Friends.
Davi said…
Love that card. The typewriter is so cool and great with the embossing.
Julie said…
Great card! Thanks for joining us at Digi Doodle Shop's Best
Hugs,
Julie
Jodie Mackrell said…
what a neat card! thank you for joining this weeks Bugaboo challenge at Catch the Bug.
Anne Marie said…
So cool! Love the vintage vibe of this one! The typewriter paper is such a fun accent! Love it! :)
Carrie said…
For some reason I never think of doing vintage male..no idea why when it could look as good as this lol.. Fabby card!! Thanks for playing at CES xx
Karen said…
Another lovely card Cheryl, thanks for joining us at Digi Doodle Shops Best.
xx
Helen said…
Lovely card!
Thanks for joining us at Pile It On!
Helen x
Tracy said…
LOVE the paper in the typewriter! Very clever and a great look. That big polka dot embossing looks great too. Thanks for joining us this week at Digi Doodle Shop's Best!
KraftyKoolKat said…
Very masculine. Thank you for joining us at Digi Doodle Shop's Best.

Hugs
Cathy
xxxx
KelsMakes!!! said…
Lovely, thanks for joining in at Crazy Challenge this week
Emma H said…
Totally cute, thanks for playing along with Fab N Funky!
Karyn said…
I love the mixture of the old image and the brighter papers. Makes a great contrast. Thanks for playing along with us at Craft Your Passion this week. x x
Sara said…
Very cool! thanks for playing along with DDSB!
Lauretta See said…
lovely card my friend :) Thank you for joining us this week on the anything goes challenge at Craft your passion. Happy new year! Hugs x
craftybunny said…
Great card.Love the mix of papers and the paper in the typewriter - clever idea.Thanks for joining us at Digi Doodle Shop's Best :D
Lisa x
li-bee-ti said…
I just love the distressing on this card!
The note in the typewrietr is very creative and the saying is great.
Thank you for playing with us at Simply Create and I hope you'll join us with our next challenge.
Amy Sheffer said…
This is awesome! Love the images in that set! Great job on the SFYTT, too - thanks for playing!
Trish Hughes said…
wonderful job, thanks for playing along with SC!!!
btw, great to have you back!!!
Love how you slit the typewriter to put your message in there. cool idea.

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