For my project today I used the Easter Eggy set. In it are two different sentiments: "CHICK", and "You're my favorite chick", which you can see here.
I wanted my tag to say "You're my favorite chick", but I wanted the word "CHICK" to be in that all-caps font of the stamp on the left. This is where the omitting comes in.
I turn my stamp face up on my desk so that I can see exactly where I am applying the ink. Small ink pads like these Dew Drops are easier to control than full size pads, but either will work, or you can also use markers.
Now you can see that I have omitted the word "chick" and have only inked the first three words.
I stamped this on my cardstock and then inked the "CHICK" stamp in pink, and stamped it separately. Not only was I able to change the color of the word, but also the orientation of my sentiment. Instead of one line, I was able to make it two.
The possibilities are really endless with this. The two stamps I used today came from the same set. Just imagine how many possibilities you have when you start combining words from many different sets!
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