Guest Post – Waltzingmouse Stamps

Hi all, we have another gorgeous guest post for you today, from Sandie Dunne of Waltzingmouse Stamps. She is here to share a clever project idea with us.

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Using stamps with computer generated text is an ideal way to personalise your cards. It’s quick and simple to do and it adds that little extra touch to make it special.
Supplies used on my card: 
Dies – Heart Border, Heart & Key, Heart Corner, Lotus, Pretty Poinsettia & Honeycomb
Embellishments – Buttons, Floss/Twine & Pearls
Open MS Word and a new blank document. Click on Insert -> Text Box -> Simple Text Box.
Measure the die you will be using to cut out your sentiment – in my case this was the Labels 25 Nestabilites and it was 3″ in height x 4.75″ in width. Set the size of the text box to match. Doing this gives you an idea of how large/small you want your font.
Type your text and position it where it needs to be.
Remove the outline from the Text Box.
Print your page.
Taking the stamp, hover over the text until you are happy with the position and then press it down.
Cut out using your die of choice.
Assemble your card and give to the happy couple!
We love this clever technique from Sandie, its a beautiful way of personalising a handmade card even further!
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  1. Great tip Sandie and a gorgeous card Ger x

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