I've compiled a list of tips for my new stamp set, Purrr-fectly Delightful.
Paper piece the teacup
Stamp a pattern or image on the teacup
Pop up the kitty
Pop up the flowers on the saucer
Cut out the kitty and use it with peeking from above a layer or other image
Have the kitty play with the butterflies or small mouse
Use a piece of string or ribbon for the kitty to play with.
Place him outside and combine with nature stamps.
Mouse and shaker
Use this image with the teacup kitty and vase to make a table scene
You can stamp the image, and then cut away the mouse or salt shaker to use them individually.
You can ink up only the mouse or salt shaker to use them individually
The little mouse can be used with the frisky kitty, or the teacup kitty.
Use it as a border along the bottom of a layer.
Use it to decorate an envelope or the back of a card.
Stamp multiple times to create custom pattern paper.
Stamp as an accent in nature scene or just a touch of whimsy in an obscure place on your card.
The daisies can be colored in a multitude of colors, for any season
Try stamping a second time and cutting out the flowers to pop them up.
Add flowers from other sets, like A Year of Flowers to fill out the arrangement.
Use the flowers only by either cutting them out, or leaving the vase un-inked.
Use the butterflies with either of the kitten images. The frisky kitty can “bat” at them.
Stamp as an accent for the daisy vase.
Use them in nature scenes
Use them with any floral images
Stamp in a random pattern to create your own pattern paper.
Use it as part of a table top ensemble with the teacup kitty, vase and salt shaker.
Paper piece with pattern paper.
Leave the work “sugar” un-inked and turn it into a honey pot.
Use it with the “You’re Sweet” or “Happy Valentine’s Day” sentiments.
Combine with food/cooking stamp sets, like My Cuppa Joe, 100% Sweet or Have a Cookie.
Use the paw prints to create custom pattern paper.
Stamp them as a border around an image, or along the bottom of your card.
Create a cute border on your envelope, or dress up the inside of your card.
There is a straight horizontal line dissecting the rubber at about the halfway point. Cut into two pieces by following that line, as shown above.
Next, cut it into fourths, as shown. On the top section, you can make one straight cut up from the bottom, to near the top of the vase, then curve away from the vase until you reach the height of the flower. Then turn the rubber and cut from the other side until you reach your first cut line.
For the bottom section, cut straight up until you reach the handle of the teacup, then turn it around and cut from the top, making a curved cut to remove the teacup kitty.
For the upper right section (with the butterflies and sugar bowl), make two horizontal cuts as shown, to divide that section into manageable pieces.
On the bottom left section ( with the frisky kitty) cut from the top, between the two sentiments and angle down around the paw prints, as shown in the photo above.
Now all the remaining sections should be very easy to trim apart.
I hope these tips help. Thanks for stopping by!