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Monday, August 24, 2020

{Sticker Monday} Shape Cut-Outs Using Clear Stickers


Hello there! It's Monday, STAMPlorations friends! And we're back with Sticker Monday. Every 3rd and 4th Monday of the month while we're on our summer break (July to September), we have the talented Renee Hamilton returning as guest designer and sharing projects showcasing our line of fun clear stickers. And every month, we'll draw one lucky crafter to win a $15 gift code -- randomly drawn from all comments left on the Sticker Monday posts for the month, as well as from the featured designer's blog.

Today, STAMPgirl Renee has projects wherein she cut out clear stickers into shapes.


Here's Renee with her projects:



Hey! hey! hey all and welcome back to another spectacular sticker episode with me, Stamp Girl Renee at the Stamplorations Blog. I've got more sticker goodness for you this week. Did you know that these beautiful stickers can be cut into amazing shapes? Well...if you didn't...you're going to want to check out this week's blog.....

So here are my 3 projects for this week.....



Now that you have seen all 3 projects...lets take a closer look at them...here is Card NO. 1 and it's a gorgeous one using the stamp Enjoy the ride for the shape and the botanical clear sticker as the design for the car. The sticker was cut out in the shape of the car using EK Scissors. Now that's a groovy car!



Here is No 2.

If you like book marks you are going to like this one alot. This time the sticker Artsy Geometric Backgrounds was cut into a rectangular shape. I first stamped the image from New Beginnings onto a sheet of white cardstock and layered the sticker over it and then cut out the shape using Tim Holtz Paper Cutter. What a cool bookmark it made!



Now comes .....Number 3

With this card the shapes of the giraffe and elephant were die cut using two of the dies from the Tweet Love coordinating dies set and Artsy Geometric Backgrounds clear stickers were used as the background for the shape. Isn't this adorable?




Hope you enjoyed this week's projects and we look forward to seeing you back here for the September Sticker Monday Edition..... Oh...don't forget to leave a comment here on the Sticker Monday Blog and on my blog for a chance to win a $15 gift code. We've already had a winner in July would you be joining the winner's row this month?..... Good luck!

16 comments:

  1. I really like the bookmark. Really cute look. The stenciling with the stamp is a great idea that I have never thought of before.

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  2. Very cool idea for that car! I love it! And the
    bookmark came out beautifully. Wonderful cards.

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  3. Super cute ideas using the stickers for each of the cards!

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  4. Wow! What darling ideas with great stickers! I LOVE the car one!

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  5. Well done on the use of the stickers but you did a fantatic job on the cards and bookmark.....TFS

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  6. Fantastic projects! Such a beautiful and clever way to use the stickers!

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  7. Fabulous uses of
    the stickers and
    I love the Groovy
    Car!
    Carla from Utah

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  8. Fabulous projects with stickers šŸ‘Œ I never used it before, Thanks for sharing this sticker technique in card making...

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  9. Stickers always are great to finish off a project especially a mixed media one!

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  10. These are some really creative ways
    to use the stickers-I love the sweet animals!

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  11. This is a great way to 'color' an image! Thanks for the inspiration with your pretty cards!

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