How do you do it? How do you make such cleverly designed stamp sets that are nearly impossible not to covet? My bank account does not thank you one bit. I do though. How could I not? You have an adorable typewriter that works for men and women which I used to make a simple birthday card for my younger (don't ask by how much) cousin who plans on becoming a writer. Perfect? Yes, indeed Type It was. You can even just stamp it right on your cardstock with the little separate sheet of paper without losing one iota of its beauty. I also love the little typed sentiments...happy b-day. and to you. are just right. Let us not forget the ever useful, Trifecta because I certainly have not! I reach for that baby when I want some filler without it being fussy and still trendy.
Any success of my card I contribute to your designs:
Stamps: Type It and Trifecetta, Mama Elephant
Ink: weather vane, Jenni Bowlin for Ranger; raspberry fizz, Papertrey Ink
Cardstock: white, Georgia Pacific; raspberry fizz, Papertrey Ink
Patterned paper: Soleil 6x6 paper pad, Basic Grey
Other: sequins, Studio Calico; pearls, The Paper Studio; doily