This is a stamp by Hello Bluebird, a company whose products I don’t often use. I think the images are super adorable and I like the way the cards turned out for the most part. The thing is… their style of stamps uses these TEENY TINY outlines. I didn’t enjoy the process of actually making the card because it was so difficult to color in the images. While I was working on the cards I was sure I would sell the stamp because I didn’t think I would ever want to go through that again. Now I’m torn because I do like the end result, and maybe if I had more fine tip marker nibs it wouldn’t be so bad? But I think it might take a lot to get me to pull out this stamp again so I don’t know.
On the plus side, the flower images in the corners are also from a Hello Bluebird stamp that I got specifically for that image, and I really like it. So far I’ve never colored them in so it’s easy and fun to use, and I love how it looks used just as a border or accent like this.
- Large Stitched Square Stackables
- Lovely Lavender cardstock from Simon Says Stamp
- Storybook Friends by Hello Bluebird
- Fresh Lavender ink
- Circle Stackables
- Distress oxide inks: Tumbled Glass, Mowed Lawn
- Big Hugs Woodland stamp and die