A Rough Type Index Card

If you’ve ever visited splitcoaststampers.com, you’ve probably noticed their extensive gallery showcasing thousands of cards made by talented stampers, all organized by stamp set.  Well, the card shown when you are looking at the list of stamp set names is called the index card and it is made to show every single stamp in the set.  So, with the latest catalogs that have come out, they asked some of the demonstrators to create index cards for the recent stamp set.  I volunteered to make 4 cards and this is my card for the Rough Type stamp set that was in the Summer Mini.

It’s funny; I hadn’t notice until I was stamping that ‘H’ and ‘I’ are next to each other in the alphabet and that spells “Hi” – but, I think it’s pretty convenient!  I also experimented with ribbon tying with this card as well.  I punched a hole on the left and right side of the “& z” images using the smaller of the two hole punches on the crop-a-dile.  Then I threaded my Marina Mist 3/8” taffeta ribbon from the front of the white cardstock to the back and then came back up to the front of the card next to the “z”.  I glued a second ribbon piece to the back of my white paper and use that to tie a knot with the ribbon I had threaded.  I then popped it up on dimensionals to adhere to the card base.

Rough Type Hi recipe:
Stamps:
Rough Type
Ink: Basic Black, Marina Mist, Cajun Craze
Paper: Whisper White CS, Cajun Craze CS, Marina Mist CS
Accessories: Marina Mist 3/8” taffeta ribbon, Crop-a-dile, Stampin’ Dimensionals

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