Happy Saturday friends. Do you have any big plans this weekend? I'm taking my daughter shopping today so I'll be busy with that. I do appreciate you taking time out of your day to come see what I've been up to.
For today's post, I'm back with another project as a guest designer for TupeloDesignsLLC and today, I have 3 cards to share with you using some fabulous products from Concord & 9th. I just love their stamps and dies and am so happy for the success they've found in their first year of business.
For my first card, I started by taking one of the images from the Lots of Blots set and I stamped it repeatedly on my card front using several inks from Altenew's Cool Summer Night blue collection.
I added a bit of stitching detail with a die from my stash, added some sequins and then popped the whole panel up with some foam tape.
For my second card, I used the gorgeous Happy Day set and I heat embossed it in gold. I did this over a panel from the Happy Hues Card/Envelope pack, also from Concord & 9th. You get 20 of these pre-printed water colored cards plus 20 envelopes in a set. But if you want to stretch these even further, you can cut them in half and then have twice as many card panels. This is what I plan on doing for mine.
Other than popping the panel up on foam tape, the embossing of this gorgeous cake image is all I did on this card.
For my last card, I used another color of the cards from the Happy Hues Card/Envelope pack and stamped the sentiment which is from the beautiful Brushed Blossom set. I then die cut the image from the Blossom die and added it to my card. Again, I added some dimension to my card with foam tape.
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Note: Some products were provided by TupeloDesignsLLC; however, all opinions are my own