I love stamping cards and because of that I have quite a few stamps in my craft room. Like, probably too many stamps. The good news is that most places either no longer sell them on the wooden base or if they do they also offer the unmounted version. So much easier to store.
But what I'm noticing is that when it comes time to make a card I rarely look to see what I have. Instead, more and more often I turn towards digital stamps and search online. LOVE cards this way because the only storage is a little digital file tucked away on a hard drive.
This is the card I made for Keith's birthday this year and I'm quite pleased with how it turned out. It says what I feel about him and uses a pun, which we've really come to appreciate through our daughter-in-law.
I downloaded the image from Meljen's Designs and it was only two dollars! Isn't it darling? I printed the image on white cardstock, then cut it out using a die cut. Then I printed it on the green cardstock, cut out the image and put it on pop dots to give it a little dimension.
And yes, we really are the Perfect Pear. ;)
Supplies used for card: Stampin' Up cardstock, digital image from Meljen's Designs, Top Note Die from Stampin' Up