Using Planner Stamps on Cards

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Hi Crafters,
today I over Guest Designing for Strawberry Jude Stamps and I am using Planner Stamps on cards to show you how you can stretch your stamps and get a little more use out of them! I used the Don't Forget Fancy Plans from their planner line to create the background of this black and white card.



A big thank you to Strawberry Jude for sponsoring today's giveaway and letting me Guest Design for them this month! I will be back with one more feature in May !



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53 comments

  1. Hi Justine....Oh MMMM GGGG Your card totally is Gorgeous and Breathtaking.
    A Real Vision. You so did a Super outstanding creative job in a word..Spectacular!
    YOU so ROCK!!

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  2. Wow I feel so much better about my mistakes 🤓 , thank you for sharing your imperfections !

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  3. Beautiful card Justine. I love black cards.

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  4. Cute card and great idea in stretching your stamps for different ways. Thank you for sharing your mistakes so we can see we are not all perfect. :-)

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  5. Love the background...great card Justine!

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  6. I love this technique of creating a background with small stamps!! Also, I love this stamp set! ^-^ I had this same idea in mind but, instead of heat embossing, I planned on watercoloring all the images. Hopefully I'll be able to get my hands on these stamps soon! ❤

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  7. Another BEAUTIFUL black and white design. I'm telling you, we often forget about this awesome and truly elegant color combo! x, D

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  8. Pretty card! Love the floral designs and the 'hello' die that you used! Strawberry Jude has some fabulous stamp sets.... awesome that they are sponsoring your giveaway today!

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  9. I love that you left your blip in the video and told us about it, I have done the exact same thing more then once! Your card is beautiful, I am a huge fan of black and white colour combo and the floral design your created looks fantastic in the crisp white against the black.

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  10. I love the mistake you made. It's homemade. Also love the nuvo drops that is so neat!

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  11. This is a terrific
    way to get more use
    of the stamps. Very
    pretty.
    Carla from Utah

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  12. Absolutely love this simple idea - thank you.

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  13. You could use this technique for so many cards! Thanks!!

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  14. Gorgeous card, Justine! I love how you created the background...it works perfectly with your sentiment!

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  15. Elegant card, love this idea and thanks for another awesome video. I love that you show your process when creating.

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  16. Creative use of the stamp set.

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  17. Great Idea thanks for showing your only human!

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  18. Love how you created the lovely background paper for your card (the little boo boo was a nice inclusion lol)

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  19. such a pretty, clean and graphic black and white design and I love the die-cut element, I just got an alphabet die set that I want to try this with!

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  20. Adorable card! Love using planner stamps on my designs too! They fill in areas that the larger stamps can't.
    natgodfrey4@gmail.com

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  21. Great idea! I love the look of white embossing powder on dark card stock.

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  22. You can't go wrong with a black/white combo. It's always so striking!

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  23. Great card, love the background.tfs

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  24. This is an awesome card and a really good reason to remember to use those planner stamps and other small stamps from sets. Thanks so much for sharing this!

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  25. Fabulous video, mistakes and all! Love the card; a reminder that though they be little, the small stamps can have a whole lot of impact!
    ~carol

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  26. Great use of those small stamps! Love the card! Thanks so much for the inspiration.

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  27. What a classy and chic design!

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  28. Simple and chic, black and white rocks !

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  29. Awesome card. Thanks for introducing me to new companies.

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  30. I always love cool ideas like this for stretching my stamps! Super elegant b&w!

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  31. Thank you for your inspiration, love the stamp set. It's always nice to see someone is normal on youtube its not just me that does things like that. thank you

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  32. I definitely love that stamps can be used in any way you can think of, they aren't just for the initial purpose they were designed for. That is one of the reasons I love stamps!

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  33. Thanks for the inspiration! Great way to use stamps in other ways! your card is gorgeous!

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  34. Thank you for a great video and ideas. So glad to know you are just like the rest of us.

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  35. Great idea and card. Love the black and white look and big hello is perfect.

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  36. Thank you for the great tips and ideals!

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  37. Wonderful......... Koalabc

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  38. This is a cool card! Love the background! TFS!

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  39. I love your idea! I don't have planner stamps, but I do have plenty of tiny stamps from various sets that I could totally combine to make such a cool background! Thanks!

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  40. Love the monotone card. Very pretty

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  41. Love the Black and White theme-- and that you left in your little Boo Boo. See you DO make a mistake once in a while. LOL

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  42. I am really loving the new monotone trend...absolutely gorgeous!

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  43. I love this! I was just looking through my stamps and dies earlier today and saw the Big Hello die still in it's packaging. I need to get that out and use it.

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