Stamp Review Crew – Oh, Hello

SRC-oh,-hello-bannerOh, Hello – and welcome to another round of The Stamp Review Crew. Our group of Stampin’ Up demonstrators brings you great ideas for a different set on the first and third Monday of each month. This week we’re featuring the Oh, Hello stamp set. If you’re hopping in order, you just arrived from Deb Courier’s awesome site. But feel free to jump in at any point. There are lots of great projects this week!

I made some pretty CAS (clean and simple) cards this week as I am still stamping one-handed.  First up is one inspired by a card sketch from the Case This Sketch blog, number 31 to be exact. I used the Gumball Green chevron paper from the Watercolor Wonder dsp. I know I say it each time I post a card made with this paper, but I love this set! I’m already on my second pack, which is pretty amazing for a paper hoarder like me. Trying hard to reform.

Iguanastamp! Stampin' Up O, Hello

Next up is a card using lots of scraps from the Sweet Sorbet Sale-A-Bration dsp. Like I said, I’m trying to use up every scrap of paper from my dsp packs.

IguanaStamp! Stampin' Up O, Hello

I hope you liked my cards. Now on to Holly’s blog and some more amazing projects.

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19 Responses to Stamp Review Crew – Oh, Hello

  1. Dawn Tidd says:

    Two lovely cards for a one-handed stamper! And you’re doing a great job using up your DSP…that’s a challenge!

  2. Yapha says:

    Gorgeous cards! I love how clean the first one is. Yay to you for using that delicious paper, too!

  3. Shana Gaff says:

    Wow, amazing work for stamping one-handed! I love your CAS card. That layout is wonderful! The banners on your second card are so much fun. Great way to use up all those DSP scraps!

  4. Oh, I miss the bottle caps! Two delightful cards.

  5. Betty Traciak says:

    Clean and simple is sometimes the hardest (at least I think so!) These are delightful. The black accents on each are really eye catching.

  6. One handed??? SERIOUSLY??? Most people can’t stamp HALF this good with TWO hands!! Love BOTH of these (I’m gonna miss that Sweet Sorbet paper … love all your darling banners!)! 🙂

  7. Heidi Baks says:

    Love your CAS cards… way to punt with your hand. I really love the first one with the Watercolor Wonder paper.

  8. Mike says:

    Love the color palette and the use of the banners!

  9. Deb says:

    Beautiful CAS cards! I do love them both! Great job with one hand!!

  10. gorgeous cards!! I love how simple looking the firs one is it really pops and the second is awesome with all those banners. Very pretty!

  11. Paula Wright says:

    Beautiful cards. Way to use up all that DSP! I’m hooked on banners right now so I really like the second one.

  12. Jill Coleman says:

    Two very pretty cards. Love the simplicity of the first and the details on the second. Love the Sweet Sorbet DSP too!

  13. Tanya Boser says:

    Clean and Simple…. and stunning! I LOVE the way you have let the DSP shine on both cards, and supported it with the chevron embossing on the second card. One handed stamping sounds difficult, but you make it look easy 🙂

  14. Carol Carriveau says:

    Love plain and simple and how you set the design at the bottom of the card…really pretty! Love the SAB DSP…especially the white/blue/black sheets….lovely design!!!

  15. linda munson says:

    can we sign up for your emails other than word press?

  16. Lisa Young says:

    Sorry you are stamping one handed but you still did a great job! Both cards are really lovely and not only show the stamp set, but also ways to use up scraps of paper. Gotta love that! Hope you get back to two hand stamping soon.

  17. Jessica says:

    Love these cards. Beautiful, I sometimes don’t do as well with 2 hands! Love the colors and the simplicity of them. TFS Jess

  18. Rita says:

    You’d never know you were stamping with one hand. These are fabulous!

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