This week's challenge for Susan Raihala's One-Layer Wednesday is repetition. I decided to use some of the alphabet sets that I seem to collect. For a non-scrapbooker, I sure do have a lot of alphabet stamps. I tried to count them today, and found that I have at least 30 sets. There are probably a few more that I missed somehow, too.
I saw a pillow at Pottery Barn Teen that provided the inspiration for these cards.
Details (all Papertrey Ink): stamps - Fresh Alphabet; paper - stampers select white; ink - plum pudding, enchanted evening, new leaf, summer sunrise, orange zest, pure poppy
Details: stamps - Trajan Monogram Alphabet; paper - white; ink - plum pudding, enchanted evening, new leaf, summer sunrise, orange zest, pure poppy
I prefer the font of the Fresh Alphabet in the first card, but I like the size of the block of text better with the Trajan Monogram Alphabet in the second card. Thanks to Susan for yet another fun challenge!
Oh, and the secret to getting everything straight and even? I used Post-It notes to mask off the lower right corner - one sheet 1/2 inch from the bottom edge from the card, and one sheet 1/2 inch from the right hand edge. Then stamp starting in the lower right hand corner and working up on the diagonal.