January 14, 2017

Sending Love in Layers

Hey there! Happy Saturday! Well, I  don't know about where you are, but here in CNY, the weather is a bit schizophrenic! Thursday it was almost 50 degrees and we had pouring rain, Friday and today, it's been FREEZING and snowing. Makes for great "stay in and craft by the fire" weather! So, that's my weekend plan. And with that, I have a cute card I put together using the Sealed with Love stamp set and  Sending Love DSP from the Occasions catalog. I know I have said this before, but I just adore this set and expect to see more of it in the coming weeks. I just can't help myself with this one. Anyhoo, here it is:

Supplies:
Stamp Set: Sealed with Love
Paper: Whisper White; Pink Pirouette; Crumb Cake; Sending Love DSP
Ink: Real Red
Tools: 2" Circle Punch; Fast Fuse; Stampin' Dimensionals

Directions:
Begin with a card base of Whisper White cut 4 1/4" x 11" scored and folded at 5 1/2", layer a piece of the DSP cut 1 5/8" x 5" to the left front of the card base using Fast Fuse, over lap with a strip of Pink Pirouette cut 1 1/4" x 4 1/4". Then cut a piece of Crumb Cake 2 1/4" x 2 1/2" and stamp the decorative heart strip in the stamp set, using Real Red ink in the upper left corner at an angle and adhere over the Pink Pirouette and DSP using Fast Fuse. Finally, stamp the sentiment in Real Red ink onto scrap Whisper White and punch out using the 2" circle punch and adhere to the lower portion of the Crumb Cake using a couple of Stampin' Dimensionals. That's it! Quick and EASY!


Thanks so much for stopping by, please leave a comment below and let me know your thoughts on this one. I did this one in my card class earlier this week and it was a hit. I hope you like it as much as my class did, but I would love to hear from you!

Happy Stamping,


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