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A Million Little Things you can create but here are 5 different ways to use the stamp set.

Flower stamp images are easy to create with, there is so much you can do with flowers, but sometimes we still need a little inspiration on using the stamp images. So if you are one of theses people who wants some ideas on using A Million Little Things – you are in the right place as I have created 5 ideas & found a bunch more that will sure to spark some inspiration next time you create.

My Stitched Together – Cardmaking Stamp & Thin cuts arrived the same time as A Million Little Things stamp set & well I couldn’t work out what to craft with first so they both ended up in this card by making an eclipse card.

I had fun changing up the stem of this single rose or is it a tulip flower using the Thank you from May Stamp of the month. I thought it made a nice stem & was a creative way to incorporate the stamp onto the card.

With this card I wanted to do some background stamping as well as trying out colouring with the Stokes of Artist for something a bit different & a way to stretch the use of my stamps.

On this card, I cut up the rose flower, so it could peek out behind the hexagon on different sides. I used Bring Back My Pack – Brushed paper on the side & coloured the Rose in to match to the colours.

I created a spotlight layered card for this one. I like these when you don’t want to colour a lot or stuff up the colouring. I layered the stitched rectangle with Dreamy Holographic Paper which is magic as it seems to take on the colours that you use on the card.


Below is the Close To My Heart Art Department idea of using the A Million Little Things stamps on the scrapbook layout.

I love the simplicity of this card, but it still has depth due to the colouring.

I love the idea of extending out the colour from the actual image – who said we need to colour within the lines?

I loved the background in this card with the single rose

I love the combination of the white embossed the rose images on the cardstock that have been sponged Pebble ink at the edges 

This idea shows that you do not have to use the full image to create something special.


Make sure you check out our other great promotions including Bring Back My Pack – Brushed & Let’s Stay Home. And don’t forget you can sign up any time to our Craft with Heart™ – Scrapbooking or Cardmaking Subscriptions with Heart. With new designs that have started this month.

I hope you liked my ideas & it has inspired you to try some of these out for yourself. Til next time, see you soon & keep creating!


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