My Stamp and Eaters Team, along with other lovely volunteers recently rallied together to create 60 cards.
One of the cards I designed used the beautiful Sending Smiles stampset.
I wanted a very easy design, that we could create easily -and I think this card nailed the brief perfectly.
I love how you can create so many different looks using this stampset.
For the community outreach project I paired some unusual colours together.
I used Daffodil Delight, Lemon Lolly, Tahitian Tide, Calypso Coral and Shaded Spruce.
But they all worked so well together.
We used the notecards and envelopes to make the card making and cutting process quicker.
These are a wee bit smaller than your standard size -but work a treat for a project like this one.
I also embossed the Daffodil Delight cardstock using an embossing folder -in this case, I used the quatrefoil embossing folder.
The large flower was first stamped onto the card base , and then we decided it needed something more.
So my clever team member Annelise suggested we stamp and die cut another flower and place it on top of the first flower!
It was just what the card needed.
The little Tahitian Tide dot in the middle of the flower was punched out of cardstock using a Fiskars punch.
I love how this little card came together in the end -and it shows off the stampset beautifully.
Here’s another way to use the Sending Smiles bundle – this card was made on retreat back in May.
I should probably start thinking of projects for the next retreat planned in November!!
If you love what this bundle can create -you’re most welcome to grab yourself one by clicking on this link.
And for the month of July 2023 – for every $110 you spend you receive a $11 voucher to redeem in August.
The Sending Smiles bundles will qualify you for 1x voucher!
Happy crafting everyone!