Hand Delivered Get Well Card

Hand Delivered Get Well Card

The card that I am showing today is a really fast and easy card.

It uses the Hand Delivered host stamp set.  You will find this set on page 229 in the Just For Hosts section of the catalogue.  This is my favourite host stamp ever! it is incredibly cute and has a number of different sentiments which makes it very versatile.  Using the Stamparatus makes it particularly easy to position the stamps

This set can only be purchased using Stampin’ Rewards.  When you place an order of $250 or more, you will earn these rewards. For an order of $250-$500 the rewards are 10% of the order.  If your order is $500-$750 the rewards are 12% of the order.  $750-$1000 rewards are 14% and over $1000 the rewards are 15%.  These Stampin’ Rewards can be used to buy anything in the catalogue and can also be used to purchase the host stamp sets.

I have used the Tranquil Tide DSP.  The pack of paper comes with all 4 of the 2017-2019 in colours. As you can see in the picture below it comes with 4 different designs (stripes and dots) in each colour.

 

This weekend is particularly cold in Melbourne, so stay warm and keep creating

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Circle Journal – Round 1

This post is really late, but I finally got around to sitting down and typing it up.   I received the first circle journal last week! When the envelope arrived, it was so exciting to open it up and see the journal inside!

It’s going to be interesting to see the themes that everyone has chosen.  The theme of this one is “Flora and Fauna”.

I have a friend who is ill and wanted to send her a get well card, so I decided to combine the two cards that I needed to make and reached for one of my favourite stamp sets in the catalogue, Dandelion Wishes.  I also stepped out of my comfort zone and decided to use green (everyone who knows me will realise how unusual this is for me).  Soft Sea Foam is such a pretty colour and was the perfect choice for this card.

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