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Stitched Alphabet Alpaca Cards

Card Instructions
By Samantha Klaebe
I really wanted to showcase a few cards using the Stitched Alphabet stamp set that is available in the Alpaca Wishes Collection Box. This stamp set is so cute and quite different to the alpha sets I already own – I’m a firm believer that every stamper needs a few good alphabet stamps in their collection. They’re perfect for creating your own sentiments which I prove in my cards today.

Alpaca Wishes Stitched Alphabet Card by Samantha Klaebe - llama of happiness

Step 1: Cut out six strips measuring 10.5cm x 2cm of different coloured cardstock.
Step 2: Adhere these strips to a 10.5cm x 21cm card front followed by patter paper (measurements: 10.5cm x 9cm) from Alpaca Wishes paper pack to fill in the remaining white on your card front.
Step 3: Using black dye ink stamp out the sentiment.
Tip: For best results stamp out each letter individually – this allows you to space the letters closely together to fit within the width of the card front.
Step 4: Add machine stitched details. (Optional)
Step 5: Using foam tape adhere Alpaca Wishes ephemera and embellish card with sequins and twine. Step 6: Corner punch the top right corner then adhere the card front to a 21cm x 10.5cm card base.

Here are two more card examples of how to use alphabet stamps to make your own fun sentiments.

Alpaca Wishes Stitched Alphabet Card by Samantha Klaebe - alpaca lots of love

Alpaca Wishes Stitched Alphabet Card by Samantha Klaebe - llove you llots

Supplies List:
Alpaca Wishes Collection Box containing
Alpaca Wishes Die-Cut Ephemera

Alpaca Wishes Paper Pack
Alpaca Wishes 
 Photopolymer Stamps (Stitched Alphabet)
Unicorn Fairgrounds Sequins

Other:
Cardstock
Black Ink
Sewing Machine
Tape Runner/Glue dots/Multi Medium Matte
Paper Trimmer/Scissors
Twine


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