I must apologise for my lack of appearances in Blogland over the past couple of weeks, but I have been enjoying a fabulous cruise on the Queen Victoria to the Baltic. We had a wonderful time and I'm afraid the internet didn't loom largely in our itinerary!
Here we are doing a spot of sightseeing in St Petersburg. We were delighted not to have our visit curtailed because it coincided with the G20 talks which were taking place that day!
I shaped the sentiment for this Get Well Card (which is the challenge at Less is More this week) by using the Framelit used to emboss the arch, as a template! So once arranged onto the acrylic block it fits the embossed shape perfectly!
I don't recall the make of stamps sadly!
This simple One Layer card is made with a two step stamp set from Stampin' Up.
I keep this ready stamped acetate sheet (to use with my stamp positioner), in the box with the stamps so that each time I want to use the set, I don't have to start from scratch stamping the secondary stamps on acetate.
I used Stazon for permanence on this sheet!
I do this with various wood mounted sets, I find it saves a lot of time. I use the acetate packaging from dies etc., cut into rectangles for this purpose. My stamp positioner is actually several Duplo blocks (donated by my grandkids) made into a right angle corner!
Enjoy your weekend!