Sale-a-bration order before it is over for another year. This year there are such lovely stamp sets that one could get for FREE and I think my favourite is Flowering Fields. The floral images in this set are perfect for any type of card.
This simple one layer 3 X 3 card uses one of the flower images and the butterfly image and I added a sentiment from Endless Birthday.
These are the all the images in the set available either Wood Mount or Clear Mount and only available for FREE with a $60 order.
To get your Sale-a-bration FREE stuff. This card used two sets, Perfect Pairings and What I love.
The flowers are from What I love and even though it is a three step flower I only used two, stamping the outline image in Tempting Turquoise and then the solid part again in Tempting Turquoise but stamping first onto scrap paper to get a lighter tone. The sentiment is from Perfect Pairings.
Perfect Pairings available in Wood Mount or Clear mount
Really easy to make with a strip of Daffodil Delight 2 x 7 1/2 score at 3 & 4 1/2. Now use our Scallop Tag Topper punch to punch the ends. I used punches for the face, feet and wings and flowers. The sentiment is from Teeny Tiny Wishes. These are perfect to put a flat candy in but I had eggs.
I made a little mini box and punched a hole to hold the egg. Quick easy and cute.
this lovely little box makes a wonderful treat holder. They can easily be modified as I have done before making it into a trailer, duck and other things but you can also just leave it like it is supposed to be but add a window to show the contents.
I started the flowers from Field Flowers, a SAB set and the sentiment is from one the best sentiment sets you can get, Teeny Tiny Wishes, almost every occasion is covered with this one set.
are just about gone! The retirement list will be out soon and these In Colours will be on it and if past years are any indication, they will be gone in a flash. The time to stock up on your favourites is now, while you can get FREE Sale-a-bration sets at the same time. Today I have a cute gift idea ,a pack of notecards using all the out going In Colours. Mellow Moss, Tangelo Twist, Blackberry Bliss, Lost Lagoon and Hello Honey. First the package, made with our Envelope Punch board and using the In Colour DSP pack for the Belly band,
The beautiful flowers that I used for this set comes from Flowering Fields , a FREE Sale-a-bration set, remove the belly band
Inside five cards and envelopes.
Hello Honey DSP and card stock
And Tangelo Twist.
Sentiments are from various sets, Tin of Cards, Paper Pumpkin, Rose Wonder. Our notecard pack comes with 20 Thick Whisper White Notecards and envelopes, the In Colour Cardstock pack and DSP stacks give you each colours.
I love the Gift bag punch board, so easy to use and easy to make open top or closed topped bags. This one has a flap top that I am holding closed with a retired clip and the banner and lamb are attached to the flap.
With the gussetted sides, these bags hold quite a bit.
but not for Easter this time. The cute little Easter Lamb single stamp is perfect for baby cards, boy or girl, just change up the colours
For the boy card I used Soft Sky, stamping Brushstrokes Background stamp with Soft Sky onto Soft Sky for tone on tone. The little lamb has just a tiny Soft Sky border. The sentiment is from the Crazy For You stamp set, a photopolymer set, making perfect placement easy. Change the Soft Sky for Pink Pirouette
and now we have a card for a baby girl.
Change the placement left or right, the card is perfect either way.
Have a wonderful weekend and stamp a little (or a lot!)
I pulled out my Big Shot, the Fry box die and some punches and
Cute don't you think? The bunny bums have been around for years, and popping them on the fry box, just makes the plain fry box pop. I used Soft Suede for the box, stamping on the Woodgrain texture background stamp and then Whisper White & Crumb Cake for the bunny sponging the edges for some definition.
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