Sometimes I just can't fit a sentiment on a card, and instead of trying to squish one on, it often goes without.
Kristina Werner shared how she makes a little sentiment banner here. You can do it with any clear stamp which can be curved before it's stamped.
Trim out the sentiment, and curl the paper so it looks like a real banner. Attach it to your card with pop dots....done! Just a novel way to put a sentiment on your card.
Stamps: Pure Innocence digital image, Hero Arts sentiment
Cardstock: Papertrey Ink, Hero Arts notecard
Ink: Distress ink, Staz On black
Other: Copic markers, Nestabilities, twine, puffy sticker, pop dots
I may or may not enter this in TESC 97. I really stink at sketch challenges, but I love Taylor's sketches. They're simple and not intimidating for someone who keeps reaching for her Nesties to make a card. I think I have a few more days to decide...more like 48 hours.
Stamps: Pure Innocence digital image
Cardstock: Papertrey Ink
Paper: Cosmo Cricket Nutmeg
Other: Copic markers, Nestabilities blossom, twine, pop dots