Monday, 20 November 2017

Text Ya Later | #WWYS143

Welcome to this weeks with What Will You Stamp? This week the set we are sharing creations using the fun set "Text ya Later"
 Text Ya Later Photopolymer Stamp set from Stampin' Up!

There are so many sentiment and message options with this set, its so versatile, and being photopolymer so easy to place the stamps to create your text bubbles - I decided on a belated birthday message.


I fussy cut the text bubbles and coloured them with my new Stampin' Blends - I LOVE these! Then I popped the bubbles up on Mini Dimensionals and added a Bakers Twine bow to dress it up a little ( I do love to embellish even if it isn't bling, lol).  I carried the birthday theme into the background by using the gorgeous Birthday Memories Designer Series Paper #loveitchopit



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2 comments:

  1. Your card looks so great! Love the dimension of the text bubbles and the colors.

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  2. Gorgeous. I love the idea of raising the speech bubbles.

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