I have a pretty card to share with you today, there’s also a video to show you how to make it. I hope you enjoy this project using the Happy wishes stamp set!
So many combinations
With ”Happy” and ”Best” playing the main parts, you have many combinations of sentiments to pair with them making this a great addition to your stamp collection. Perfect for birthdays, anniversaries, just because and much more.
Pretty vintage inspired card using the Happy Wishes stamp set that you can earn for FREE!
Night of Navy A6 card base – A4 cut in half at 14.cm and scored at 10.5cm
Hello and welcome to the RemARKably Created Blog Hop!
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The theme for today’s hop is to take something from the Annual Catalogue and pair it with something from the Spring/Summer Catalogue. For me, that seemed like too much fun to miss. The only difficult decision was to choose what I was going to use!
When Picture Perfect DSP met Window Shopping stamps and Window Box Thinlits.
When you put them together you get great party packaging and cards.
Instructions for the box
Die Cut box shape x2 from Lemon Lime Twist
Die Cut the the large top panel only from Picture Perfect DSP, trim to size – keep the remaining DSP for the card
Use trimmer to cut x7 squares in Berry Burst measuring 4.5cm x 4.5cm
Use Trimmer to cut x7 squares in Lemon Lime Twist measuring 4cm x 4cm
Die cut x Lemon Lime Twist squares using candle framelits
Keep on Candle square to use on card
Fussy Cut bow from DSP
Cut piece of Berry Burst card 23mm x 111mm and use the banner shape die at each end. Fold where scored to create the banner. Adhere with Multi purpose liquid glue on the banner tails. Adhere bow with dimensionals.
Cut tag shape in Whisper White, stamp sentiment and adhere Bermuda Bay enamel dot. Attach to banner with Silver Baker’s Twine.
Instructions for card
Use trimmer to cut x1 square in Berry Burst measuring 4.5cm x 4.5cm
Stamp sentiment on Whisper White card 1cm wide – trim to desired length.
Cut DSP left over from the box. 1x 5.5cm x 2.5cm and 1x 5.5cm x 7cm. Adhere to front of card.
Wrap Silver Baker’s Twine around card and tie into a bow.
Adhere sentiment and candles using dimensionals.
Add x3 Bermuda Bay Enamel dots
The ‘flames’ on both projects were coloured with Wink of Stella.
Don’t forget the envelope! I stamped a bow on the front and used 2 1/4 circle punch to create a liner. These Narrow Note Cards and Envelopes are my fave!
Be sure to check out all the inspiration on the rest of the hop.
I’ve got a fresh and fruity project for you today! I used Vellum and Designer Series Paper (patterned paper) to create a jam jar drink card that’s bang up to date.
When Jar of Love meets Tutti-Frutti
I had one of those light bulb moments, the kind you have when it’s actually time to go to sleep! And thought the Tutti-Frutti DSP would look good paired with the Jar of Love set – so here is the end-result of that flash of inspiration.
I’d love for you to tell which one is your favourite colour combo.
It’s possible that the little tear drop epoxy sticker on the ”lime” is one of my favourite things about this project 🙂
Give it a go
If you’d like to create your own fruity jar of love, everything you need is listed below.
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I made this pretty birthday card live on Facebook on Thursday. It’s so fun to do and uses every stamp in the Happiest of days stamp set!
The sentiments and images would lend themselves not only to birthdays but to lots of other celebrations too such as Wedding, Engagement and Bridal Showers.
The first picture shows the front of the card.
I kept the look soft with Sahara sand and coloured the images in using Watercolor pencils, no need to worry about staying in lines! The imagery is perfect for a more informal look and our blender pens work beautifully with the pencils for that. If you want to used aqua painters to change the card for shimmer, glossy or watercolour paper.
View from the top of the card showing all the internal panels.
I shared the measurements for this fancy fold on a previous post which you can see here
Close up of the panels.
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I’ve made no secret of the fact that I am SO ready for Spring! Weather in the UK was particularly yuk yesterday and I want more light, more sun and less cold!
While I’m waiting I created my own but of Spring with ink, stamps and paper (and a few other bits and bobs)
The Picnic with You stamp set is so cute – it even has it’s own teeny weeny salt and pepper shakers 🙂
Obviously it has lots of picnic images but today I decided to focus on the flower basket element. I would highly recommend the bundle so that you get the dies to cut out all those cute shapes. The basket also has an embossing die which gives a great texture to your project. The magnetic platform will really help when lining up the dies with your stamped images.
I embossed the card base with the Simple Stripes embossing folder it makes me think of pretty flowers against a white picket fence.
I embossed the envelope flap too.
and we mustn’t neglect the inside!
Some of the flowers were raised up with dimensionals, as was the basket.
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