When you are sick, there’s nothing better than having someone take all the worries off your plate for a while. I love the sentiment on my project today, because it’s telling a friend you’ll take care of things. Plus, there’s a pun involved which can always bring a smile.
I love fun and light-hearted stamp sets. For my project today, I discovered this cute sentiment stamp from Riley & Company called PMS—Purchase More Shoes, that is! Perfect for your best friend who loves her footwear!
Textural elements on cards are a great way to bring a clean and simple card to the next level. For today’s project, I’m using a stamp and die set from Spellbinders called Wine Corks to create a masculine card perfect for a birthday or any happy event.
With the upcoming summer season, I foresee a lot of cotton candy being eaten. Fairs, amusement parks, the zoo….There’s something so iconic about the paper cone with swirled pink, blue or yellow cottony goodness piled on top. I was so excited to see that Avery Elle had a cute stamp set called Cotton Candy with lots of fun greetings—perfect for a summertime birthday!
Happy rainbows and whimsical unicorns are perfect for a little girl’s birthday card. For today’s project, I used a the Mama Elephant Over the Rainbow set that is chock full of whimsical icons perfect for the birthday girl!
Wedding season is just around the corner and having a stash of cards for the occasion can come in handy. For today’s project, I’m using a stamp set from Ranger called Letter It Wedding along with an embossing folder called Confetti Hearts to create an easy shaker greeting.
Cards with a little bit of an interactive element are always fun to receive. For today’s project, I’m using an action wobble to add some fun movement to a bright and cheerful birthday card.