Thursday, June 5, 2014

CAS For Pals Paper Arts


It's June and it's time for the first Pals Paper Arts Challenge of the month! Summer is coming and I know a lot of people with summer birthdays. Pacific Point is my card base, the next layer and the ink is Baked Brown Sugar, and my button is So Saffron.

For this challenge, I wanted to use the new Alphabet Rotary Stamp.
It includes alphabet ad basic punctuation to create your own phrases. I couldn't fit "birthday" on my banner, so I just scrolled to a dash on the rotary stamp. I love how I didn't line up the letters perfectly. It reminds me of an old typewriter. I also love how large the type is! There are so many ways you can use this stamp. Think Recipe Tabs, to print your name on a Book Plate, write a cute note for your kids' lunch box. The possibilities are limitless!! 

What would YOU do with the Alphabet Rotary Stamp? Please leave me your ideas in the comment section below. I love to read them all! Thank you in advance for your time. Don't forget to play along and stop by and see all that the Pals added to the PPA blog!


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CAS Card Supplies:
Card Stock: Pacific Point, Whisper White, Baked Brown Sugar
Stamps: Alphabet Rotary
Ink: Baked Brown Sugar
Big Shot: Woodgrain Embossing Folder, Banners Framelits
Embellishments: So Saffron Button from the Subtles Designer Buttons, Baked Brown Sugar Thick Baker's Twine


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7 comments:

christina d said...

I'm waiting for my rotary stamp. It'll be great for different sentiments like you did and names!

Mary Fish said...

Great clean and simple card, Patti! The thick baker's twine looks like rope. Cool!

Linda Callahan said...

Love the simple banner tied with that twine! Perfect against the background!

Dawn Tidd said...

You might have talked me into that Rotary Stamp! Love the embossed background!

mamichelle said...

So cute! I love what you did with the twine!

Kerry Willard Bray said...

What a fun way to use the rotary stamp! Love the embossing and how you added the new thick baker's twine!

Sandie Conner said...

It's very cute, thanks for showing us how fun the alphabet rotary stamp is. I {heart} that little baker's twine rope!