Days To Remember, Peaceful Moments and Best Year are my top choices for greetings and sentiments. They were also the take-home products for Stamp Club.
If you signed up for December Stamp Club, you would have chosen one or all of the stamp sets to be in your kit. As mentioned before, stamp club is an opportunity to start a curated collection of stamp sets and tools. Each month is different and the projects are always different too.
Our stamp club attendees had a lovely creative catch-up with me where we made fun-fold panel cards. It folds flat so that it fits a standard C6 envelope.
The Days To Remember stamp set was a popular choice. Once you work out how to line up the days of the week with the dates, it’s pretty easy to use.
Customise the colour and add any image in your calendar. I also love how one can make a personalised birthday card to show the birthdate.
If you missed out on stamp club, here’s a list of products that you can order:
I love my Peaceful Moments and Best Year stamp sets for greetings. They are perfect for any occasion that I need including Christmas and Father’s Day. They are also the ideal size for card making.
Would you use these stamp sets for bullet journals and scrapbooking too? I’m also thinking of making a perpetual birthday calendar and yearly calendars.
I hope that you enjoyed this inspiration and that you’ll also give the Days To Remember, Peaceful Moments and Best Year stamp sets a go.
Would you like to join stamp club? Let me know so we can organise the perfect month that suits. It’s a monthly creative catch-up that you will enjoy. Aside from cards, there’s always a new technique to learn, a box and also other projects outside of card making. This way, you can maximise the use of your sets.
Are you also looking for other projects? Check out my events and book in. Bring along your friends too so you can share the experience.