Time for The Next Chapter

Hi there! Lisa Taggart is here on the blog today with an amazing card featuring our ‘One Kind Word’ stamp set which includes a fantastic typewriter stamp with different greetings which fit on the paper…


hello - typewriter - stamp - card



These are the main products used:


typewriter stamp - rubber - clear



two tone stencil



I used watercolour card. The background was created using inktense blocks. The colour was brushed on with a large brush and blended. The block colour along with white for the top was sponged through the stencil using the square part.






The typewriter stamp was stamped and heat embossed in black on to white card and cut out.

The letters and hearts were stamped in teal ink (first and second generation ink). The centre letters were highlighted using a black posca pen and then black and gold ink splatters added. The main image was added below raised on foam pads. The sentiments were added.





jumbled letters stamp



typewriter stamp




As usual the artwork was edged in black and mounted on to complimentary card stock.

Hope you like it!


Till next time…

Lisa xx




We adore this card! The jumbled letters stamp looks amazing with the combination of first and second generation stamping and all the ink splatters! Gorgeous colours!  Thank you Lisa ♡

You will find more of Lisa’s inspiring projects over on her blog.



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