So here are just a couple to wet your appetite:
these are the Mini Blueprints which have small versions of the 3 of the large stamp sets
on them. They are fab for tags and great for smaller makes and creating backgrounds.
and the larger size blueprints where each set is comprised of four large stamps. They are great to coordinate with the mini sets and also for focal images on larger pieces, including tags.
So firstly a tag, using both sets pictures above:
This tag shows how the small and large blueprints work so well together and how many ways they can be used in. I started by creating the background using distress inks and over stamping with images from Mini Blueprints 4, (pictured above). They are great for making layered stamped backgrounds. Then I stamped the large clock image (Vintage Things Blueprint) and just used the clock part, as these images are so clear they can be easily cut out and used without the blueprint bit ( hope that makes sense?!).
I also used the stamps on the ribbon itself and also to make a little shrink plastic charm to hang from the tag.
Tags are a real love of mine, but this could easily be made into a great card.
Another idea is this little needle case, again using the mini blueprints..as a focal image and to create backgrounds.
(here the main image has been stamped twice and layered to create more dimension, as well as in the backgrounds)
( here the blueprint stamp has been stamped and coloured and also stamped and the main image cut out)
have a fun and inky one!