Here's my card, then I'll explain:
I've made a card like this with the same stamp before, so it's not a totally new idea, but the card design is. I followed last week's Splitcoast sketch challenge:
I cut the patterned paper from my Lawn Fawn Hello Sunshine paper pack, cut a rectangle out of white card stock, then got to work on the TP part. I stamped the TP image onto a piece of real TP and fussy-cut it. Many, many times. Because I'm an idiot. One time it was just about perfect, when I took a wet wipe to clean the glue off my fingers, and I put it down ON THE STILL-DRYING TP! See? Idiot.
In the end, I stamped the image onto a piece of white card stock, cut it out, covered it with matte Multi Medium, and stuck on the piece of fussy-cut TP and set it aside to dry.
The last time I used this image, I made the sentiment with my Dymo labeler. This time, however, I opted to stamp it using my Lawn Fawn Milo's ABCs set. I love that the set has multiples of many of the letters, so you can spell out a few words and stamp it all at once. Also, the letters are the perfect size and just butt right up against each other for perfect spacing. (Ha, I said butt.)
So, go check out your TP or paper toweling, look at the pattern and be inspired by it, or use it on a project. Then come over to Shopping Our Stash and play along!
Thanks for stopping by!
Stuff I used: Unity Crappy Day stamp, TP, and the following: