My sisters will crack up when they see this, because "Jumper" and "Muscleman" have special meaning in regards to my Dad, but basically I've used all the names that he's called by us. I've used seven different alphabet sets, and positioned them all in different directions so that they look randomly placed, like a sheet of wrapping paper would be (even though mine is planned out carefully!). Only "Dad" is done in sunset to stand out a little bit from the background. Here's how I started:
I stamped my sunset Dad first, so that it would be in the right location. Then I worked outward from there, turning my stamps as I went, so that I filled in spaces (if I did this randomly, I would've ended up with blank spaces. My controlling tendancies wanted them all filled!).
Here's what my stamping desk looked like with all of my words spelled out. You'll notice that my "s" in muscleman wasn't stamping, and there's the beauty of clear stamps - I put the s on it's own block and was able to go back and add it in afterwards. We look forward to seeing what you've come up with - just link up your project to the Heart2Heart blog, and you may win of our monthly sponsor prizes, or be selected in our monthly Top Ten. You must use some CTMH products in your project to be eligible for prizes. Check out what the design team has come up with - you'll be sure to be inspired!
Supplies used: Outdoor denim, Sunset & Colonial white cardstock; Desert Sand & Sunset inks; Basic button collection; Atomic, The Works, Charm, Sans Small, Classic, Whimsy & a promo alphabets; - all CTMH. Baker's Twine from The Twinery.