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Today, we received a huge shipment of stamps! Whoo Hoo! Our ever popular Pretty Planners and Elegant Flowers are back in stock! Also, we received our March release stamps! They are amazing! I can’t wait to share sneak peeks on our Instagram page! Whoo Hoo!
It’s all about our little ones in our lives today with fun filled cards that will bring joy to our children on their special day! Here’s Jo with a gorgeous set of cards!
Hi all, today’s set of cards is for those young ones that love things that fly.
This set is using the Kids Fun stampset. Such a fun, fantastic and playful set for kids.
Each card is using a tag that has been water coloured with a variety of colours.
I have used a variety of sequins from different companies to co-ordinate with each tag and card.
Versamark Black Onyx ink was the perfect ink to stamp to achieve crisp black image on each tag.
I have heat embossed with fine white embossing powder on black cardstock ti make each sentiment standout.
To add extra embellishment I have used black twine on each tag topper.
Hope you enjoyed today’s set of card.
Next up is an adorable boy card that is so fun! Here’s Lisa!
Today we are featuring cards for kids and I decided to challenge myself by making a boy card. I figured all little boys must like frogs, so I started with the Flower of the Month: Water Lily stamp set and created a spinner card:
I stamped the hello and birthday boy sentiments, from the Big Hello stamp set (free with a $50 purchase!), directly on the patterned paper.
I cut a ¼ x 4¼ opening for the slider. The birthday wishes and just for you, from the Teeny Tiny Greetings stamp set, were stamped as a background in the slider opening.
The frog, from the FOTM: Water Lily stamp set, was stamped on green card stock, accented with a green marker, and fussy cut. I usually use pennies for the spinner, but I tried something different with this card and used two 3/8 card stock circles (one 3/8 circle inside the opening with a pop dot on top, add the second 3/8 circle on the outside of the opening, add another pop dot and then the frog). The card front was adhered to the card base with dimensionals.
As the two sentiments were still on my block, I carried them to the inside as well with another fussy-cut frog.
Do you think this is a card a little boy would like? If you haven’t tried a spinner card yet, please give it a try. They are fun and work with many different images.
Teeny Tiny Greetings
We will be back tomorrow with more inspirations from Irit and Vicki! Have a great crafty day! With paper hugs, Joanna