Stamped Words for Wednesday

Here are stamped words for “What’s on my work desk Wednesday” where I’m joining the crew at the Stamping Ground. The swap I joined requested you create 10 images to share with one partner and was inspired by a video HERE. The video doesn’t really teach much that you wouldn’t already know, but suggests that having these already created will help you make clusters, corners and other embellishments faster and easier for your journals. I pulled out the word stamps first and then the paper, ink, and punches. This took some time to create and clean up, but now I have lot’s of words to give away and keep to embellish with.

Thanks for popping in and enjoy the rest of your week!

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Hello! I'm a 50 something wife and mother of two girls ~ I started Blogging in March of 2011 on Blogger and just converted to WordPress in Dec 2019. I started paper crafting in 1995 when I first tried embossing with powder, I was so excited and couldn't believe it was so easy to make something so beautiful. Creativeseconds was started as a way of selling secondhand craft supplies and cards on Ebay and Etsy. You will find creative cards, tags, and paper crafting projects here as well as craft room organizational ideas. Follow along with me and comments are welcomed and appreciated.

21 thoughts on “Stamped Words for Wednesday

    1. Great idea…I decided awhile back, to go through my stamps and “stamp” each on on white cardstock. I have some I’ve never used. So far only a few have only done a few !!! I’m too busy with unfinished projects. And I got out “Fall” and “Halloween” Enjoy a great week, thanks for stopping by. Stay Safe.

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  1. Hi Karen. I don’t think I have popped over here before – but then, I have been MIA for several weeks recently! Loads of useful sentiments there – a good idea to do lots before you need them, but I reckon I would runout of patience before I had done many – oops! Peeked at your gallery, and admit I loved the cat sitting learning Scripture!!
    Take care. God blessa.
    Margaret #3

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  2. I love the little clusters you’ve made. Having the pile of sentiments is a great idea and should give you ideas for new projects. When I’m making my Masterboards I try not to think about how I might use them but just enjoy the process and techniques and it’s surprising how the finished pieces lead me on to ideas I would never have otherwise thought of. Wishing you a very happy week and a lovely creative woyww, Angela x10x

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  3. What a greta idea to keep a collection of words/sentiments – I usually have the odd one or two on my desk but this would be so handy as you say for clusters/corners and embellishments. Love the two memories embellishments…
    Happy woyww, stay safe, keep well! Susan #13

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  4. Your little memories tags are lovely – they will just add a little something to anything you make. Your lavender is in the post. I don’t want payment but maybe you can donate a small amount to your favourite charity. I just hope lavender will get through the postal system. xx Jo

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  5. I love all your stamped words, Karen, and in particular the “Memories” ones on the fragment of music. Gorgeous. They will be so useful to dip into when you need something. Thank you for visiting and I so value your prayers that I find my lost ring!! Thank you so much. So glad you like my family lockets. The larger one is now at the jewellers and I hope they can repair it. As for the kitties, we think they are beautiful too but then I suppose we are mega-biased! They are silver tabby cross – their father was a pedigree and their mother a brown and white tabby, hence the white on them, which I think makes them prettier than silver tabby all over! They have such sweet affectionate natures and we love them to bits.

    I see from your profile that you started blogging on Blogger and then migrated over to WordPress – same here! I got totally fed up with Blogger, after they managed to lose 8 years’ worth of photos on my blog, and I’m glad I moved, because everybody seems to be having problems with it since they “updated” it!

    Happy belated WOYWW,
    Shoshi x #12

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  6. I find that having ready made elements at your fingertips really does help with the creative process – anything that you can use as collage or a focal point is useful in all sorts of projects! When you’re on a creative roll, it’s easier to reach for something that’s already available. I keep diecuts scattered around my desk all the time for that purpose, so I don’t have to get up and look for a specific die and make decisions – I just use what is already there! I’m sure these stamped words and labels will come in handy and it’s a great idea to swap them too! Thanks so much for your visit earlier! Have a lovely week! zsuzsa #18

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  7. It’s fun to see your work desk, Karen. I am glad I am not the only one who gets working and ends up with so much out. And I love your word tags. That is smart to make so many of them so you are ready to go. Hope all is well. Hugs-Erika

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