A great advantage with the photopolymer stamps is that you can easily place the stamps on an acrylic block and stamp them all at once. This is particularly helpful when using embossing powder as I have on this card.
The stamps arranged on the acrylic block -
Another advantage with photopolymer stamps is that they are flexible, so you can be more creative with them. On this card I have curved the sentiment above the Paisley stamps, instead of it being straight.
The stamp set I have used is Paisleys & Posies (#p142196). The Watermelon Wonder image was cut with the co-ordinating set of Framelits - the Paisley Framelits (#141849), which is also available as a bundle (#p143515), which means you save 10%. All the stamped images were stamped with VersaMark (#102283) and heat embossed with Copper Stampin' Emboss Powder (#141636) and set with the Heat Tool (#129056). The cardstock is Whisper White (#106549) and Watermelon Wonder (#138341). The greeting was cut with the framelit from the Project Life Cards & Labels Framelits (#135707) then attached to the card with Stampin' Dimensionals (#104430).
Have a great day.
Till next time,
Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.