One Product, Three Ways: Good Job Stamp

We love using stamps: they’re reusable, you can use any color to coordinate with your project, and they’re versatile! Today we’re sharing three different projects using the Good Job Stamp; on a layout, a card, and a fun gift tag, created by Neela Nalam, Nathalie Leonelli and Susan Brochu! Let’s take a look a what our designers created using this stamp:
NEELA | My favorite part of the Good Job stamp are the tags, and I decided to make them the highlight of the layout. I placed all of my photos and journaling on a grid. It was perfect to use the tags as part of the grid on this 8-1/2″ x 11″ layout:

Supplies | August 2018 KitAugust Label Stickers, Jane Alphabet Stickers — TealGood Job Stamp
I stamped the different the phrases in this stamp with different colored inks repeatedly on the tags. I also stamped the dotted lines for my journaling on the 3″ x 4″ colorful journaling tag from the August 2018 Kit. I also stamped hearts from this stamp set on my August Label Stickers.

The possibilities to create with this stamp are endless. I love that I got this little story about mangoes documented!

NATHALIE It’s my turn to show you how I was inspired to create a greeting card with the Good Job Stamp. I love the tag and the various sayings which can be used for many different occasions.

Supplies | Good Job Stamp, March LabelsPuffy Heart Stickers — Spring MixNoteworthy Epoxy StickersNoteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack
I decided early on that I would use the Noteworthy Collection and the tag stamp as a stitching template. I used three different ink colors with matching embroidery thread to stitch over the stamped tag outline.

I tucked the tags in my border (saving time by not stitching the hidden parts!) and then added a few coordinating embellishments to each tag, as well as the small star stamp from the set. I finished with the sentiment and heart on a small label.
As you can see now, the uses for this brand new Good Job stamp are multiple and fun!

SUSAN | The Good Job Stamp, with its versatile phrases and shapes, is perfect for adding a personal touch to a gift bag and tag.

Supplies | Good Job Stamp
I used the tag outline shape from the set to make a gift tag, and then stamped the “so awesome” sentiment in a vertical line using black and red ink, adding the small star from the set to complete the tag.  Then I just cut it out, punched the center hole and tied it on to the bag—very quick and easy!

Then, I stamped several of the good job circles, punched them out with a circle punch, and adhered them using dimensional adhesive to coordinate with the tag and to bring a little fun to the plain white gift bag.
I had so much fun using the stamp set that I made a few extra tags that came together in almost no time!  I mixed and matched the sentiments and shapes to make a few one-of-a-kind tags to have on hand to acknowledge a special achievement. The dotted lines stamp gave me a nice spot to add a congratulatory message to one tag. I also made some patterned tags from the different size hearts and stars included on the set. The all-purpose Good Job Stamp is one you will reach for often to decorate a gift bag, create a celebratory tag, or make a special note to slip into a lunch box. I know you’ll have fun using it!

We can’t wait to see how you’re using the Good Job Stamp on your projects! Tag #EllesStudio when sharing your project on Instagram, and you could win a gift certificate to the shop and be featured here and on our Instagram feed!

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