When I received these stamps from Alyssa from My Thoughts Exactly, I immediately started scheming on which SVGs I could use with them...but then I had an epiphany...."there are some people that do not have an electronic cutter"! Yes I know you're surprised, as am I. Yes there are people that ACTUALLY prefer to do this the old fashioned way. I had a brave moment where I decided that I would show everyone the versatility of these stamps, and when I say anyone can use them, you just need fingers, paper, scissors and ink.
I found some scalloped cards in the dollar bin at Michaels along with the bird stamp. I used 4x6 paper and traced the outline and just cut it out. I used a border punch for the flowered paper, I used my hand crank die cut machine for the large blue piece, and the vellum paper with nestabilities.
For my birthday my evil twin gave me these really cute buttons that she used her hand operated diecut machine to make, she used all kinds of pretty paper but it didn't work with the colors I used. So I traced around them with my left over paper, and attached that over it. I poked holes and used twine. Now I realize that the legs on my bird are a little thick but I tried to fix it with the inkessentials dimensional accent, but just to help you all out , store yours upside down, because mine wasn't and I had bubbles galore popping out. Next time I'll just use a thick needle and my Stickles. (Yes I share the ugly with you all too. To be honest it looks just fine up close).
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