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As I looked at this stamp set and tried to envision how I wanted to use it, I realized that the cute, up-lifting sentiments would be perfect for a little "Lunch Box Love". How fun would it be to include a tiny card in your child's or spouse's lunch each day with a few loving words of praise or gratitude? With that in mind, I created some very simple cards with scraps that I had on hand.
Use any papers that you have on hand and cut them according to the dimensions listed above. Make a bunch of them while you are at it so that you have plenty on hand.
First of all, I made a "puddle pad" using a folded baby wipe and my Cotton Candy and Lagoon Re-inkers. You may need to experiment a bit with colors to see which ones will work well together--some tend to get very muddy looking, but these colors stayed nice and bright. I placed the baby wipe on one of my larger stamp blocks and squirted the ink in little puddles of color. Give it a minute to absorb and blend together, then you are ready to stamp.
Here are a few of the tiny cards that I created--nearly every stamp in the set would lend it self to this project. I even cut some envelopes out of a sheet of computer paper using the Art Philosophy cartridge.