Very plain - very simple. But here's the fun part ...
I can use it for many different occasions! I used the text that came in this set and text from another set too. I put the text images on the same white card stock I used for the main image. I used a pale gray ink . I dug out my colored pencils and wrote over the text to imitate a child's writing with a crayon. I drew over my text with bright green and then added some yellow to some of them. I backed them with blue card stock. You would do this in the colors that coordinated with the colors you used in your main image.
When I made the first and last greeting, I only inked the "Happy" from the stamp. Then I used another stamp beside it to create a new greeting.
I'm thinking that if I make several of the Humphrey cards in the same set of colors, and a bunch of greetings, I can be able to just whip out a card for any occasion at a moments notice.
Here are the five cards with Humphrey and the greetings I chose.
I hope you enjoy all the Humphrey stamps. I also hope you enjoy my idea for having cards on hand for many different occasions.
Until next time, I am ever searching for inspiration.