The Sending Smiles stamp set is so versatile
There are so many different ways you can use this stamp set and/or die.
I chose to make a birthday card for this project.
I just loved how it has all come together so easily.
So let me talk you through how to create your own sending smiles birthday card.
What you will need:
Thick basic white cardstock -cut 5½” x 8¼”-scored at 4 1/8″
Thick basic white cardstock – cut 5 3/8″ x 4″ – emboss this
Scraps of pretty designer series paper- preferably with floral prints
Wreath die (I used an old retired wreath builder that I had)
Sending Smiles Bundle (158707) – pg 14 of the AC 2022/23
scrap cardstock to match your florals
Scrap basic white cardstock
How to put the Sending Smiles birthday card together
Cut out 2 wreaths from your designer series paper scraps
Using your fine tip glue and a silicone mat if you have one – glue the layers onto each other.
Once you’ve glued them together -glue that onto your embossed white cardstock.
The next thing is is to die cut out the background of the word “sending”.
For my project, I used mossy meadow as it toned in very well to the paper I chose.
You then need to die cut out the “pretty” sending out of basic white.
Glue the white sending onto the background sending.
I adhered this onto the middle of the wreath using mini dimensionals.
The next step is to stamp out what you’re sending.
There are some many different options with the Sending Smiles stamp set.
I wanted to make this a birthday card -so that’s what I chose.
I stamped it in matching mossy meadow.
This was then die cut with the matching die from the sending dies.
I glued that just below the wreath and just like that my birthday card was finished!
You can change the look of this card so easily – it will all depend on what paper you choose to you for the wreath.
Don’t overlook this amazing bundle – I think you’ll love the options.
If you’re new to my blog, why not have a look at this project -it’s great for all levels of stampers!
Until next time!