You truly Inspire me Stampin’ Up! This week I needed to create some cards for my very valuable customers that came shopping with me in September. This card was inspired by Rachel Traudt but I haven’t changed it up that much from her original design. And I also created a video of the process of how I made these cards.
Welcome to 2019! Happy New Year to you and your family.
I always like to send a thank you card to my customers that buy from me and here is the card I made for November/December customers.
I used the Botanical Butterfly Designer Series paper that you can earn from 3rd January during Sale-a-bration when you spend $90. I used the stamp set Butterfly Gala and the Butterfly Duet Punch. The original design was by Kylie Bertucci and her Love it Chop it. The theory behind it is, if you have designer paper you need to chop it and use. This is a great way to use up some dsp. You can make 6 cards from 1 12×12 piece of DSP.
I stamped the inside of the card with a simple Thank you from the Butterfly Gala stamp set.
Every year my girls class give a gift to their teachers and this year was no different. I offered to make the thank you cards for each of the teachers and this is what I made. I used the Daisy Delight stamp set and created a 5″x5″ card for each of them. I had some square envelopes left over from a wedding some years ago and so wanted to utilise these for the cards.
This is one of the cards that I made for one of the teachers. I used Blackberry Bliss as the colour base. For the center of the flower I used wink of Stella to add some shimmer.
Today I want to share with you a card that I made for my eldest daughters Teacher. The class parent was collecting money for a gift for the teacher and I offered to make a card to go with the gift. I also had some Christmas gift tags to go into the gift as I always love giving a handmade gift rather than just money. Gift tags are always a more practical gift as they can use them straight away for Christmas.
Here is the card I made.
I used the Water colour pencils for this project and enjoyed colouring this card especially as the Teacher is a very creative teacher that coordinates our Art Show every second year.
I stamped the image 3 times, twice on Whisper White and then the third time was on another piece of Whisper White then fussy cut it out and popped it onto dimensionals after I coloured it.
The hamper was given to her on Wednesday but I wasn’t able to be there unfortunately but have since heard that she loved the card.
If you’d like to order any of these products please check them out on my online shop and if you use the hostess code of the month then I will send out an extra special thank you to you for your order.