A big shout out to my teammate Debbie Jones for her Just A Little Note Easter Promise inspiration. There were multiple reasons I couldn’t wait to create this card. Right of the bat the main color is Highland Heather and you know I’m all about the purples. The second reason is, I loved how even though this stamp set is named Easter Promise, this creation shows how it can be used for card creations year round.
The flowers were stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black and Shimmer White Cardstock and that little bit of sparkle really does add a lot to the card. The flowers were colored with Stampin’ Blends Markers on both the front and the inside in So Saffron, Daffodil Delight, Highland Heather, Petal Pink, Soft Seaside and Granny Apple Green. The Subtles 3D Embossing Folder was used for a bit of texture on the background Whisper White layer. The Stitched So Sweetly Dies were used to cut out the front floral element and Whisper White Bakers Twine was colored with the Highland Heather Stampin’ Blends to bring it all together. So like I said, use this design for your Easter Cards or change up the sentiment and it will be perfect for any occasion or just because year round.
Card Base – Highland Heather – 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ scored at 4 1/4″
First Layer – Whisper White – 5 1/4″ x 4″
Second Layer – Highland Heather – 4″ x 2 3/4″
Third Layer – Whisper White Thick – 4 x 2 3/4″
Sentiment Strip Scraps of Whisper White and Highland Heather
Inside Layer – Whisper White Thick – 5 1/4″ x 4″
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April Customer Appreciation
If you’re ready for some Spring Creations my April Customer Appreciation PDF has you covered. Focusing on the Best Dressed Designer Series Paper and the sentiments from the Good Morning Magnolia and the Magnolia Blooms Stamp Sets, France Martin created a beautiful array of cards and a 3D Card Box as well. Plus, you’ll receive a Bonus PDF Showcasing the designs in the Brand New Ornate Garden Specialty Designer Series Paper as well, created by Holly Petersen. Yes that’s 2 PDF’s this month. With everything that’s going on in the world today, we need some sunshine and vibrant colors to brighten our days, and My April Customer Appreciation PDF is sure to accomplish that task. It’s not often that Frenchie is the creator for My Customer Appreciation PDF, and I must say she out did herself on these creations.
All orders of $40 or more BEFORE tax and shipping placed on My ON-Line Store with the Hostess Code ZHEJPY23 will be qualified to receive the above PDF. Please remember, you MUST enter the HOSTESS CODE above to receive the PDF 🙂 If your order is over $150, DO NOT enter the Hostess Code and you will receive all of the Stampin’ Rewards and I will send you the PDF as well. All qualified orders will receive the PDF email from me within 48 hours from the time the qualified order is placed.
What is a PDF?
A PDF is a project download file that I send by email to everyone that places a qualifying order and enters the current months Hostess Code. The File contains pictures, supplies and most importantly all the details and measurements for the projects pictured above. The File can be printed if you wish to have a hard copy or can be viewed from your device.
Just a friendly reminder that in addition to My Customer Appreciation PDF each month you can also earn FREE STAMP SETS too. CLICK HERE to get all the details about My CUSTOMER LOYALTY PROGRAM and start tracking your Hay Bales NOW, if you aren’t already. I love rewarding my customers as you can see 🙂