All Purpose Note Card

Another day, another post. If any of your read my last two post then you know by now that I love sentiment stamp sets and dislike coloring. Well today I've got a solution for quick coloring and making card in bulk for any occasion that may come along.

I posted this picture on instagram a while back, but never got the chance to share the cards here on the blog. As I mentioned on my last post I have a thing for sentiment stamps, they just bring any card together! And this set that is pictured from Right at Home is a sure winner! (bragging moment, but the first card I made with this set got featured in Nicole's newsletter!)

My idea behind this card set was to create them in bulk so that I always have some cards in hard, no matter the reason to send out some happy mail! All the cards have the same "a little note to say " stamped on the front, and just before sending a card out, I stamp a sentiment to match!

For both set of cards I used the same technique to color in the images from two floral sets. After stamping with versamark and embossing in white, I used an ink blending tool to color. Quick and simple!

After the coloring was done, I binge watched netflix and went about fussy cutting.

To assemble the cards, I shaded the card front with some blue ink, used small pieces of foam tape to stick the flower and leaves, finishing off with a few sequins and stamped sentiment.

Linking this post up to the Right at Home One Year Celebration Blog Hop, the Simon Says: Anything Goes and Inky Paws Challenge #34 - Summer.

Supplies used:

  1. Right at Home Stamps // Simple Sentiments
  2. Newton's Nook Designs // Love Grows
  3. Lawn Fawn // Flutter By
  4. Hero Arts // Neon Ink Cubes
  5. Pretty Pink Posh // Summer Sequin Mix 6mm
Happy Crafting!

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1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous cards! I love the bright colors you used on the flowers and the light blue background compliments them perfectly! Thanks for playing along with our Inky Paws Challenge at Newton's Nook Designs.
    -Jen {Newton's Nook Designs}


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