I’ve been wanting to share these ideas with you with this great stamp set and paper pack that is available this month.
This is a card we did at the Stamp A Stack in Fairfield.
Other supplies used:
Three Flowers Punch
Big Shot (little leaves #114511, Lg. scallop circle die #113468).
Circle Scissors with glass mat to cut the DSP 1/2 circle
Early Espresso, Always Artichoke and Baja Breeze CS
Pearls, and E. Espresso Taffeta Ribbon
Accent with pokey tool (aka paper piercing tool and mat pack)Here’s another from our Stamp A Stack (don’t miss the little accent under the top layer—it’s done with one of the Frames stamps—and an Antique Brad). Stamped with Nature Walk stamp #121997 stamped in Basic Brown and watercolored. Early Espresso, Cherry Cobbler and Very Vanilla CS along with Botanical Gazette DSP #121783
What I love is the ribbon! This only works with the seam binding (found on the mini catalog). I spritzed it with water and scrunched it in my hand, then just slightly straightened it and allowed to dry. I think it creates such an interesting look!
This is another card I made for Theresa’s party on Friday night. This uses the DSP and the stamp set from the Spring is Blossoming Promotion.
Basic card is Cherry Cobbler, with Marina Mist Accent.
Embossed with Elegant Lines Emb. Folder #119277
I colored some of our rhinestones with a red sharpie marker and added a heart punched accent.
Love these colored rhinestones!
And don’t you love this gorgeous stamp with the perfect fitted punch?
If you need any supplies—you can place them here on my website
I’d love to hear if any of these ideas inspired you to pull out your stamps today and make a card for someone special!