As I mentioned in my previous post PTI is celebrating 10 years in business by having several challenges. I have listed some of the cards I made for these challenges in my previous post in case you missed it. I will now do the rest in this post.
I actually was kindly given the hand stamp along with the die from Love Lives Here. So I was able to make a card similar to Betsy Veldman's.
HERE. I really appreciate the kind friend who gave me this hand stamp and die. I belong to the event leadership committee for the Relay for Life to raise money for Cancer research. It takes many volunteers to make this event happen. So I wanted to create a card to thank these volunteers for lending a helping hand. Betsy's card was too perfect not to copy.
I didn't have any of the featured stamp sets but I was inspired by a gorgeous card by Laurie Schmidlin.
HERE. I really liked how Laurie cut the thanks out of her floral background and popped it up a bit. I decided to do something similar using the Color Pop Florals kit.
Beautiful butterflies was one of the featured stamp set for 2014. I was thrilled! I just ordered the dies to use as a craft to make some items to sell at our Spring church and craft sale. So I got to work making one.
HERE. I decided to do this as an alternative to candy treats for Easter baskets. I stamped the Happy Spring onto a tiny tag die cut.
Tulip Time is one of my absolute favorite sets. I couldn't wait to pull it out to create another non candy item for our church's Spring craft fair.
HERE. I think these would be great to give to teacher's, hairdresers, postal workers for Easter. It's a nice practical gift that won't add calories to your hips! I used a stencil with my clarity stencil brushes to lightly make a background for my tulips. I love how this turned out and I can't wait to make it in different colors!
Okay I've gotta run. Thanks for stopping by! Please come back again!