And there's more ... they all fit inside a co-ordinating gift bag (yes I know I am very matchy, matchy!):
This project makes a great present for friends and/or family – I did something similar as stocking fillers at Christmas and they went down a storm. I did them in different colourways/combinations than the one here - and tried to choose (what I knew/thought) were the favourite colours of the recipient!
Top tip - to make sure you get an even and full impression when using a large background stamp, make sure you use a wood mounted version of the stamp and take the ink pad to the stamp and then place your folded card base on top of the stamp. Place a piece of scrap paper over the top and then using the brayer roll over the entire stamp - works every time!
In fact I have just returned from an A-MAZ-ING crafting weekend in Birmingham with some fellow demonstrators and I designed this version of the project for one of the Make & Take sessions. The whole weekend we crafted, we shared and we cared! And now we are ... exhausted!
If you like this project and place an order for £30 or more during April, I will give you a free copy of the tutorial with all the instructions you need.
To make this project you will need:
Cardstock/Paper: Crumb Cake, Real Red, Coastal Cabana, Whisper White, Fresh Prints DSP stack ♦ Stamps: Positively Chevron, Too Kind, Teeny Tiny Sentiments ♦ Ink: Real Red, Cherry Cobbler, Coastal Cabana, Bermuda Bay, Crumb Cake, Early Espresso, Craft White ♦ Tools/Accessories: Tag a Bag Gift Bag, Scallop 2⅜" Circle punch, Circle 1¾” punch, brayer, glue dot/tombow
You can order from my online shop 24/7 or if you prefer contact me directly. Make sure you check back on Wednesday 9 April as Stampin' Up! will be releasing weekly deals throughout April and I have no idea what they will be - so I am just as excited as you!
A la prochaine! Amitiés!