Sunday, May 31, 2015

The Stamp Review Crew: Dotty Angles

Hello everyone! It's time for another blog hop from The Stamp Review Crew! This time we are featuring projects that use the Dotty Angles stamp set! I am your stop right after the fabulous Rochelle Blok

I love this set! It is so versatile and fun to use! And it can be a great accent to any set and card! I decided to make a card to celebrate the Fourth of July!

  • Card base is Crumb Cake
  • Stamp the triangle image from the Dotty Angles stamp set onto the card base using Crumb Cake ink
  • Stamp the stars image from the Perpetual Calendar stamp set onto the card base using VersaMark ink
  • Cut the letters from Night of Navy card stock using the Little Letters thinlits and adhere to card base
  • Cut a star from Whisper White card stock and one from Real Red card stock using the Stars framelits
  • Stamp the triangle image onto the Whisper White star using Night of Navy ink and again onto the Real Red star using Real Red ink
  • Adhere the red star to the card
  • Adhere the white star to the card with dimensionals
  • Punch a star from silver glimmer paper using the itty bitty accents punch pack and adhere to card
  • Add several rhinestones to card
Time to send you on to see what the talented Nancy Smith has created! So glad you stopped by! Enjoy the tour!


Card Recipe: Stamps- Dotty Angles, Perpetual Birthday Calendar; Paper- Crumb Cake, Whisper White, Night of Navy, Real Red; Ink- Crumb Cake, Night of Navy, Real Red, VersaMark; Accessories- Little Letters thinlits, Stars framelits, rhinestones, dimensionals


  1. What a fun idea to use the triangles on your stars. I love it! Great patriotic card. I love that you used the kraft card base too. Really makes those stars pop!

  2. Way cool Deb! I never would have thought of that. I love it and it's an awesome card!