Thursday 31 July 2008


I started my stationary by using sheets of white A5 size paper and A6 envelopes. some ink and stamps.

I started by stamping a branch at the top of the paper then started to stamp the blossoms, I stamped the blossoms 3 times moving the stamp along slightly each time.

I stamped some inspirational wording around the image then repeated the process of the stamping onto the envelope flap.

I stamped my monogram onto a label sheet, these can be found at a stationary shop for printing address and packaging labels. I used the Just Rite Monogram stamp, this is a very handy stamp for wedding and engagement invites.

I punch out the Monogram with a circle punch then peeled off the backing paper and stuck this over the envelope flap to seal it.


Margaret A said...

Great idea for everybody who sells stuff at church fayres etc., Jak.
Would be great to make up for thank you letters.

Crazycrafter said...

that's greatm Jak - really effective

Anonymous said...

Lovely project, Jak. When I see your work I really do wish I was a stamper, it is so inspiring.


Anonymous said...

Great set of instructions, so easy to follow. Thanks.

Suzanne said...

WOW WOW WOW - love it
Great instructions and tips too
I do love my daily visits to your site
Thanks for sharing them

Cazz said...

these are so lovely Jak xxx

Anne said...

Fantastic Jak. Given me ideas for Christmas pressies. xx

Lavender Rose said...

Beautiful stationery!!! Thanks for the tutorial :)

Scossie Jane said...

WOW - absolutely beautiful, how creative xx

aardvarkpest said...

Beautiful stationery. Would love to know where you got the branch stamp from I've been looking for one for ages.