With Valentines day coming soon the team have chosen the 'Sealed with Love' stamp set for this week. I love the cute little envelope that is in the matching die set so thought I would use it for this card.
The stamp set chosen this week is 'Sunshine Sayings', there are so many sayings in this set that it was hard to choose which to use. This is a great set to have as it covers so many different occasions.
I sponged the white cardstock with sweet sugarplum to create a soft background colour for the flowers and sentiment which I then stamped in black. I layered this onto emerald envy and black cardstock. Finally I added the emerald envy ribbon and black thread down the centre of the ribbon.
Now that Christmas is over it has been good to start on my January birthdays, this card was made for my very special niece for her 8th birthday. Happy birthday Ellie xx
I made this card before I knew what the challenge was this week for What will you Stamp so I was really pleased that it fitted the chosen stamp set - Bella and Friends.
Christmas is coming and the What Will You Stamp team having chosen the Cookie Cutter Set this week as their challenge. I have done quite a few cards using this set and my least favourite of the set was the little eskimo, but when I made this card with the igloo behind him I then decided I actually really do like him.
So this challenge is to use the Paisleys and Posies Stamp Set which you can see below, I like this set so much I have made two cards.
I stamped the image onto watermelon wonder cardstock using night of navy ink. I then did some more smaller different shapes and die cut them using the Paisley Framelet Dies and layered them onto the larger shape.
For my second card I stamped the image using Versamark then heat embossed the image and cut it with my Big Shot using the Paisley Framelit Dies. I also cut a slightly larger shape in Cherry Cobbler cardstock with the same die set and then I coloured the stamped image using Garden Green. Then I layered and stuck it all together. I also stamped the sentiment using Garden Green.