Happy Friday!! Today I’m here sharing a Feel Better Soon Paper Smooches card. 😉 I should have made one with just a dozen tissue boxes on it, because that is what I need right now. Allergies are out of this world awful. ugh.
Anywho–I think this card is fun and would definitely be smile worthy to receive in the mail! 🙂
I dry embossed the background with the Cross stitch die. I colored the cute little pieces with Copic markers and added some googley eyes (of course 😉 ). I then polished this off with the speech bubble, sentiment and some stitching.
All these fun stamps and dies are from Paper Smooches: Healthy Vibes, Healthy Vibes Icon Dies, Cross Stitch die, Word Bubble dies, and Kissables 1.
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to follow all the fun–inspiration for your Paper Smooches stash! 🙂
Have a great weekend!
Happy Tuesday, crafty peeps! Today I am popping in with a Teacher card! I can never make enough of these! This one is happy and FUN! It could easily be used for anyone though, and you can use the other Paper Smooches Fruit People to make a set! Hmmmm… thinking ahead there! 🙂
I also used Paper Smooches’ Thanks So Much die and the Cross Stitch Die! I’ll have some actual cross stitch projects all together to share someday. 🙂
Eeeeeeeep! So stinkin cute! I just die cut and dry embossed these elements, glued them down and added some stitching! Super easy. You could add some more detail by shading the fruit elements, but I kept it simple. 🙂
You can check out all of the NEW Paper Smooches AUGUST 2017 release HERE.
Have a great week! Thanks for stopping by!
Happy Tuesday! I’m popping in to share this card I made a little while back. I used the Paper Smooches Cross Stitch Die. ❤ Very cool and VERSATILE die!!
I stitched this sentiment on a plane ride last month, and forgot to share my finished card! 🙂 I had some friends helping me pop out the holes in the cardstock. It is VERY easy to do, if you just drag your needle (or the like) across a row of dots. It also makes a fun noise–LOL! 🙂
After I stitched this LOVE, I die-cut a window in another black panel. I lined that window with sequins from my stash, and reverse scored the panel to add a little ooomph. I use this technique a lot, because it is quick and doesn’t add anything too distracting. I adhered the stitched panel behind, and popped the whole thing up with some fun foam.
I winged the stitching on this card, but it would go even faster if you had a plan/pattern before you start. Just sayin’ 🙂
The cross stitch die also is fantastic for subtle backgrounds. You can see how I used it for such on THIS card here.
I’ll be back Thursday with the Paper Smooches June DT hop! This upcoming release is sure to make you smile! 🙂