Friday, July 17, 2009

Mosaic labels

These little price label sheets make very fun and easy backgrounds. Simply rub ink over the entire sheet, using several colors, if desired. Then rub off the color from the lines in between. The ink won't stick to the glossy lines.

Here are more sheets colored this way, ready to be used.

The card below was printed in a previous Stamper' Sampler magazine for their challenge to use these price labels. I used a sticky note as a mask around the squares to stamp on them individually. All the stamps used on this card are from Oxford Impressions.

And here is one more example...
The lady was stamped on a transparency and glued to the label sheet and the flower lines are rub-ons with some white gel pen dots.
If you are still reading this post and would like the blue card on top of this post, be the first to comment that you would like the card, and I will mail it to you. I will e-mail you for your address and off it will go to you. The beach beauty on that card is a copy from one of my vintage fashion magazines.



  1. What a brilliant idea! So very creative. I would Love the beautiful card! Thanks so much! Have a wonderful day! Twyla

  2. Oh I absolutely love your green grid card! How beautiful and yes a wonderful idea!!

  3. what a great idea - with those labels. V. clever and I love all the artwork too

  4. What a COOL idea that is! WAY cool. I'm gonna try that.....and I NEVER make anything!
    Thanks for dropping by my blog the other day offering support to my "semi-retired mom" post. I LOVE doing nothing every day!