Hello everyone! We've noticed that Tribal Thank You stamp set is being ordered quite often lately so we wanted to share more ideas for this set! We challenged our design team member Lorena to combine this set with our current Challenge! Isn't it a challenge?! Let's check out what she's created for us! 271014 Tribal Thank You Stamp SetWaffle Flower Challenge-20150309 DesignTeamHeadshots-LorenaCanto Happy Monday, friends! Lorena here with some new ideas for Tribal Thank You stamp set. This set was released last October but if you thought it was just intented for Thanksgiving or Fall projects, I hope with today’s ideas I’ll prove you wrong J Let’s start with a card. My inspiration came from the colors from the current Waffle Flower Crafts Challenge (you still have time to enter!). Here, I started stamping a graphic pattern with the small rectangle pattern stamp from the set. Who would say you could get such a big impact from this tiny stamp? Tribal card 1 Next, I die cut the rectangle from Surface – Tag Die – Scallop Add-on twice from vellum. On one of the pieces I stamped and heat embossed the sentiment, and then I adhered them together slightly offset and placed them over one of those tangled floss ornaments that are so popular these days. Dang, this gold floss is a really wild thing, it was hard to tame it so it would stay in place, ha! Tribal card 2 And here’s one final pic of our card happily paired with an envelope and ready to travel in the post. Tribal card 3 I also made two tags with Tribal Thank You stamp set. I had one of those epiphany moments when I realized that the tree from the set pairs beautifully with the pots from Planted stamp set with just a little masking. Both of the tags were die cut with the largest die in Surface – Tag Die – Starter kit. I also made coordinating hole reinforcers stamping the die cut reinforcers with the polka dot circle from Flower Circles stamp set. I love the whimsical touch the polka dots add, but if you want to make this faster, you can simply cut the reinforcer from colored cardstock. In this first tag, I used the leaves and branches from the tree and made some selective inking so I could stamp the “thank you” in two lines. Tribal tag 1 For the second tag I used the tree roots and I embellished the pot with a heart from Tribal Thank You covered with Glossy Accents. The sentiment is from the same set. Tribal tag 2And here they are happily hanging out side by side. Tribal tags 3 There you are! Three Spring colored projects to brighten the new week. Thanks for stopping by! --- Wow is all we can say! Thank you so much for sharing your creativity with us, Lorena! We hope you can find time to create and make something today!