Recently, I aquired a set of these fun Bright Stamp Stickers from Martha Stewart Crafts:
(photo credit: EK Success Brands)
They’re colorful, fun and super cute, but not necessarily ones I’d use on a scrapbook page. Since I was running low on my stock of birthday cards, I decided to give up this sticker set and use it on a few handmade birthday cards. In total, I was able to get four cute birthday cards, for both boys and girls, from this one sticker sheet!
These two cards use papers from Martha Stewart Crafts and a simple stamp from Hero Arts that is printed on a “very Martha” style label made of cardstock. I like that one is more girly and one can be given to a boy!
This uses my oh so favorite technique of the gallery cards, where it repeats the same shape (in this case a circle) in rows through the card. I used one of the circles as a negative punch shape and the greeting is actually on the inside.
This last simple one lines up all the girly stamp style stickers in a quad shape and is finished with that same stamped phrase.
Voila! One $5 sticker now makes 4 birthday cards!