Scripted Greeting Cards

Hey there and welcome back! This is another post that I'm linking up to the one year celebration blog hop over at Right at Home. You can find my post for the hop here, and my previously linked posts, here and here. I made these cards a while back, just never got around to sharing them. But there's never any better time than the present, right?

I have a thing for sentiment stamps, they make creating cards so much easier! Especially when your using die cuts, it's great to add that final touch! And Right at Home has some great sentiment stamp sets, best part of this stamp set is that you can add a matching sentiment inside the card.

To create this card I die cut a window inside a rectangular piece of white card stock. Color the square window piece with a blue ink of choice with a blending tool. I then die cut the solid flowers and leaves from colored card stock and the outline was diecut in white.

Layer them up with your favorite adhesive, add them to the blue background and then to the card base. Using versamark ink stamp the scripted greeting to the window frame and emboss with a color of choice, Then add some foam tape to then window frame, layering it on to the card base.

To finish of the card, stamp a matching sentiment inside using your favorite black ink (or another matching ink of your choice).

Supplies used:

  1. Right at Home Stamps // Script Greetings
  2. Mama Elephant // BASIC SET - CREATIVE CUTS
  3. Ellen Hutson // Essentials By Ellen Bold Blossom Stand-Alone Die Set
  4. Ellen Hutson // Essentials By Ellen Bold Blossom Matching Die
  5. MFTs // Die-namics Pierced Rectangle Stax
Happy Crafting!

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1 comment:

  1. These are SO BEAUTIFUL!! =) I LOVE LOVE LOVE the Design!! I saw you were wanting more details about my Shrink Film Earrings!! What would you like to know!! I'm hoping to do a Video real soon!! =) I hope you'll join us for the Newton's Nook Design Release on August 15th - 19th!! I plan on sharing a FUN New Project showcasing the Shrink Film!! =)


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