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Overflowing With Happiness

May 31, 2022

Today I am sharing a set of cards I made using the Bottled Happiness stamp set. This was the first thing I received from the 2022-2023 Annual Catalogue. I decided to create some samples to share with the ladies who attended my Open House Catalogue Launch. Since I didn’t have the new in-colours, I decided to use some of the In-colours which are carrying over. To begin I stamped the floral image from the Bottled Happiness stamp set onto the top left and lower right hand corner of Basic White card using Fresh Freesia ink.

I stamped the leaf image from the Bottled Happiness stamp set over the top using Soft Succulent ink. I attached the stamped panel to Fresh Freesia card and then scored and folded Thick Basic White card.

I stamped the greeting from the Bottled Happiness stamp set onto a strip of Basic White card using Fresh Freesia ink. I attached the stamped panel to Fresh Freesia card and attached a length of Fresh Freesia Open Weave Ribbon to the back of the panel. I attached the greeting panel across the card front and tied a bow with the ribbon. To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the floral image using Fresh Freesia ink and the leaf image using Soft Succulent ink. I created two more cards, the first one using the same products but the Polished Pink ink, A4 card and ribbon, and the second using Pale Papaya ink, A4 card and ribbon.

I love how pretty they look and cant wait to stamp them using the new In-colours. Let me know what you think.

Bye for now,

Kris

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For some reason I cannot get the icon for the Polished Pink A4 card to come up, but you can see it here in my online store.

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