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We had our first snow of the season start on Sunday early morning.  We’re all praying that the moisture will put a major dent in the 370K acres burning in the Rockies (just west of us).  We’ve had our fair share of horrible quality air for the last 2+ months.  On several days, the smoke cloud has been so bad that it completely blots out the sun.  It’s a really eerie feeling when it’s pitch black out at noon.

We’re debuting several new sets at The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store.  These are PERFECT typewritten sentiments that cover a vast variety of occasions.


I made these with a faux abstract look.  Definitely flat enough for mailing.



Any dye ink (water soliable)


Paintbrush (optional)


  • Run ink pad over acetate a few times
  • Add a few drops of water
  • Mix with paintbrush or leave as is.
  • Two options for creating background.. Spread on your cardstock with paintbrush
  • or apply cardstock directly into the ink.
  • You can do multiple colors for your panel.
  • I recommend watercolor paper, but I used a heavyweight cardstock.  My edges slightly curled, but I like the look.



Stamp Simply Clear Stamps – Typewritten Just Checking In
Stamp Simply Clear Stamps – Typewritten Year Round Greetings
Stamp Simply Clear Stamps – Thinking of You Rose
Stamp Simply Clear Stamps – Get Well Tulip
Stamp Simply Clear Stamps – Sunflower Season
Stamp Simply Clear Stamps – Thank you for Caring Coneflower
Spectrum Noir Ultrasmooth Premium white cardstock
Memento Tuxedo black dye ink
White Embossing Powder
Darice – Vine Pattern embossing folder
1/4″ ScorTape
Thermaweb 3D 1/4″ foam squares

Black Cardstock
Assorted Inks
Assorted Glitter Glue


Thanks for stopping by!


One Response to “~Typewritten Sentiments/Note Cards~”

  1. on 27 Oct 2020 at 06:04Esther

    I love the pretty backgrounds you created for this set of cards, Holly! I need to try that acetate technique, as it sounds like fun!! Love the white sentiments on black paper as well! Beautiful cards!

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