Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Easy Handmade Card Using This Little Piggy Stamp Set

Hello, my crafty friends. Hope you enjoyed last week's card for the Paper Crafting Monthly Blog Hop! If you missed it, click HERE for a quick jump to get all the details. I thought this week I would share a simple design for quick and easy cardmaking. The stamp set is This Little Piggy (AC p. 33).
This sweet card starts with a Mint Macaron Cardstock base that coordinates beautifully with this 2" x 5 1/2" piece from the new 2019-21 In Color Designer Series Paper in Pretty Peacock. These two colors complement each other very well.  I used one of each of the three sizes of the coordinating Faceted Gems.

If you feel that a detailed instruction sheet would help you recreate this card yourself, please send me a message and I will respond with a list of dimensions and product guide.

Stamp On!!

Sandy |
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Hope you were able to subscribe in time for the June Paper Pumpkin kit.  The July Paper Pumpkin kit will coordinate with 3 new suites (collection of stamps, paper, dies, punches, DSP, ribbon, embellishments) from the 2019-20 annual catalog that will surely step up your projects! The kit is already packed with goodies to make 9 full-sized cards. Follow my Facebook page for discussions with other Paper Pumpkin subscribers. Not a subscriber already? No problem. Contact me and let's get you signed up by July 10 so that you do not miss out any more!
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