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Leah, has created a beautiful French country box today using a few Inspired by Stamping stamps! We are love her script writing and the diamond pattern that she used! Here she is with lots of details.
Hello stamping friends! Today I have a fun little country inspired gable box to share with you. I pulled out the wonderful Inspired By Stamping set, French Country to build my focal images. I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut my box and did lots of stamping on it before assembling.
For my script background I used Background Basics III and for the red border used the border strip in French Country. I die cut a Fancy Labels 1 die and stamped it in kraft ink. I then stamped the grapes in green and purple ink. The rooster was stamped and trimmed out.
I tied some twine around the top and added a tag from Creative Tags and trimmed it out. I think some little treat will be perfect housed in this box for a gift for someone, what do you think? I hope you have a wonderful day!
Next up is Lisa with a beautiful monochromatic card featuring lots of IBS goodness. We love her beautiful pinks and reds. Here is Lisa!
Hi Everyone! Lisa here with a CAS monochromatic birthday card. Even though this is a CAS card, I used four Inspired by Stamping stamp sets!
The Happy Birthday sentiment from Big Wishes II takes center stage.
The two corners were stamped dark to light (I really like the varying shades of pink) using the banner from the Friends Forever stamp set. The butterfly, from the Spring Lilacs stamp set, was stamped twice on the card front. I also stamped it two more times, colored and fussy-cut them, and adhered them with dimensionals over the stamped images. Can you see the fluttering effect?
For the inside, I stamped the upper corner to coordinate with the front of the card and used a sentiment from the Lily of the Valley stamp set on the lower corner.
I hope this gives you some ideas for a CAS and/or monochromatic card.
A special thank you to Lisa and Leah for creating such beautiful inspiration on our blog today! We hope you are feeling inspired to get in your craft room today too. We will be back tomorrow with lots more creative ideas! With paper hugs, Joanna xxx