The stamp set this month featured stamps that are perfect for Mother's Day or Father's Day, but if you don't need cards for those holidays, you can easily improvise, like I did. I used some stamps from last month's Paper Pumpkin kit, as well as December's kit, to create my cards. I already created cards for Mother's Day and Father's Day that you can see here and here.
Haha, as I was looking at the picture of the stamp set, I just realized you could even turn the 'MOM' stamp upside down to make 'WOW'. Awesome! The versatility of the Paper Pumpkin kits lately has been great! If you are in need of thank you cards, you could make all 8 that way. If not, make a variety, as I did. I also saw an idea on Pinterest the other day to emboss the envelope. I tried that on a few of mine, and I love how they turned out!
One tip though - only emboss the front part. When I ran it through the Big Shot a second time to do the back, it flattened the front, so I ran the front through again, and then the back was flatter. You'll be able to see that on the close-up of the heart envelope. Oh well. Live and learn from my mistakes. Here are the cards I made:
Don't you just love all the options? I have a few things leftover, so hopefully I will have time to make a few more cards in the near future.
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