Wednesday, October 18, 2017

CFS Release - WTF 2

 
Hi Folks! Great news, it's back! The famous WTF stamp set, which was one of the first ever sets from CASual Fridays Stamps, has been retooled and is now being released as WTF 2. This one is even more versatile, with large open letters for you to color and really draw attention to it.  
 

For all of the cards in this post, I used this stencil I made from copy paper to help me color in the letters. After stamping on the copy paper, I cut out the inside spaces with an exacto knife. Then I placed the stencil over the letters on the card and start sponging ink through the spaces.


This set can be used for so many birthdays, thanks to the little "somethin'" stamp that's included in the set. So now, instead of just having a card for your friends turning 40 or 50, you can have a card for anyone turning 40 all the way through 59! Brilliant!


I added a few sequins for good measure to all the WTFs. The nice thing about stamping several of them is that they overlap and create new colors in those areas.


Another direction you can go with this set is "Who's Totally Fabulous?" This would be great for a thank you card, or congratulations card. 


The brush stroke and the scripted "fabulous" are from another set that you'll see later this week.

For the stripes on WTF, I stamped the brush stroke through the stencil.


Or, you can stamp a small image through the stencil to create some texture, like these ink splatters, which are also from a different set that you'll see later this week.


The large font sizes on these words really help the sentiment take center stage. And make for a quick card to make!


 Check out the rest of the Ink Squad to see more awesome projects with these stamps. All the stamps you see this week will be released on Saturday, October 21st. And don't forget, the code KELLY2017 works on everything, including these new release items.

Thanks for stopping by, and look for more stamp sets to be unveiled every day this week!
-Kelly

4 comments:

  1. These are great! Love the first one the most, I really like the overlapping sentiments/colors and the matching envie!

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  2. This is a very nice set of cheerful cards !

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  3. Very clever of you to make a stencil, Kelly. The ink blending where the letters overlap is wonderful on the first card but stamping through the stencil to get patterned letters is brilliant.

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