tami sanders * paper crafter

tami sanders is a paper crafter that teaches locally and does design work for a few companies…

new my sentiments exactly stamps…


i got some new stamps from MY SENTIMENTS EXACTLY the other day, and of course i couldn’t wait to play with them…SO — here’s a few quick and easy projects using them!

first up is a birthday card using the LETTER WORDS stamp set…

*black border is just so this white card doesn't get lost on the page!



MSE : letter words stamp set

Clearsnap:  ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink – lime pastel

Reminisce: Signature Series – Caribbean

Heidi Swapp: chipboard letters

EK Success: 3D Dots

white, lime, aqua and yellow cardstock



1) make card from 5X10 piece of white cardstock

2) adhere 2” X 5” piece of striped paper to card

3) adhere 4” X 4” piece of lime cardstock to card

4) adhere 1 ½” X 5” piece of aqua cardstock to card

5) stamp “birthday” using lime ink on 2” X 3” piece of white cardstock

6) cut flame from yellow cardstock and glue on top of “b”

7) adhere stamped piece to card using 3D dots

8) adhere chipboard letters


next is a get well card which uses the WORD BLOCKS stamp set…



MSE : word blocks stamp set

Clearsnap:  ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink – yellow citrus, charcoal and amber clay and Crafter’s  Ink – black

We R Memory Keepers: Frenzy – Rapture

American Crafts: Thickers  – giftbox

EK Success: 3D Dots

white, lime, aqua and yellow cardstock



1) make card from 5 ½” X 8 ½” piece of aqua cardstock

2) ink edges of 4” X 4” piece of striped paper using amber clay ink, then adhere to card

3) adhere 1 ¼” X 5 ¾” piece of lime cardstock to card

4) ink edges and lightly tint a piece of a 1” X 6” piece of white cardstock using yellow citrus ink, then stamp with “get well” stamp and black ink; adhere to lime strip

5) stamp “get well” in black ink on a piece of yellow cardstock; then cut out “get well soon”, “get well” and “feel better”;  ink edges of pieces using charcoal ink and adhere to card using 3D dots.

8) adhere chipboard letters


and lastly… here’s a 6X6 page – “suitable for framing” featuring the FAMILY GROWS stamp set…



MSE : family grows stamp set

Clearsnap:  ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink – amber clay and Ancient Page Ink – sienna

Daisy Bucket: Garden Gate – bellflower and evening primrose printed papers

Sakura: Stardust Glaze Pens – copper star, sky star, golden star and Glaze Pen – black

EK Success: 3D Dots

Making Memories: velvet ribbon

white cardstock



—ink edges of all papers and cardstock using amber clay chalk ink

1) make page from 6X6 piece of white cardstock

2) adhere 4 ½” X 5 ½” piece of bellflower printed paper to layout

3) adhere photo to layout

4) adhere a 1” X 6” strip of evening primrose printed paper to layout, slightly overlapping right edge of photo.

5) adhere ribbon to layout

6) stamp “even if they are sleeping” stamp on white cardstock using sienna ink. color in bird, and stars using glaze pens. cut out stamp, and adhere to card using 3D dots


hope these inspire you to create something fun!


p.s.: thanks judy for the precious photo of your grandbabies – grant and riley!


p.s.s.: no – i have no idea why the last steps in the first two sets of directions are “numbered” as smiley faces! LOL! they were show up as the correct NUMBERS in ms word, they look like NUMBERS when i go to edit – but they are showing up on the post as smiley faces – so since i can’t seem to fix ’em,  i’m leaving ’em! LOL! 


3 thoughts on “new my sentiments exactly stamps…

  1. love the cards and stamps!!! very cool!!!

  2. I love MSE too!….they are awesome…and your cards and LO are so cute! TFS…will be checking you out more. :)

  3. Great cards and layout Tami! I’m a huge fan of MSE also. Always wishing for more $$ to buy more of them..but have won some in contests that happen. BTW, on my screen, the numbers are actually numbers…not smiley faces. I love smiley faces so went back to check. Rats..just numbers! Enjoy!