Vintage Labels Stamp Set
Product ID : 2165
1. After die cutting your selected label outline, leave the die in place and stamp a
selection from our Journaling Lines stamp set directly through the opening in the die. By
leaving the die in place, you don't have to worry about masking!
2. Don't be afraid to add subtle patterns to your labels before stamping the border. The
smallest dots included in Polka Dot Basics II are a personal favorite of mine!
3. Heat embossing the borders of these labels adds class and sophistication to any
4. Accent the points of the borders with rhinestones, pearls or anything else you can
5. For a bit of a twist on sponging, try applying tea dye ink to the embossed edge of the
cardstock while the die is still in place (with the die acting as a mask).
6. Combine these borders with some of your favorite patterned papers. As long as you
stamp in an ink that is bold against the pattern, you will have success every time!
7. Use the borders as a guide for stitching, either on the sewing machine or by hand.
8. The dotted border could be supplemented with french knots, created with embroidery
floss, in some of your favorite colors!
9. Use the small flourish images to add vintage-style detail to your labels. The images
can be added beside, under, or on top of sentiments and much, much more!
10. Nest more than one size label together for even more dramatic design possibilities.
This border set is a basic that you will find yourself turning to again and again! This popular label shape can be found throughout the crafting industry on many pre-printed accents & embellishments. Now you can make your own quickly, easily and most of all inexpensively! From sentiment/journaling blocks to focal point frames, you will find dozens of uses for this set within your paper crafting collection! As an added bonus and convenience, these shapes coordinate with the Spellbinders Labels One die collection! MEASUREMENT REFERENCE: This set comes divided between two 4x6 acetate sheets. The largest frame measures 3-inches square. The smallest frame measures 1-inch square. The large scroll image measures 2.25-inches wide and 0.75-inches tall.