This punch was also in the box, so I punched squares of DSP and thought about how I could incorporate them. The floral stamp in Love What You Do is simple yet stylish, and the sentiments in the set are very sweet, especially if you ever send Random Act of Kindness cards.
Square format cards really appeal to me, despite needing to make the envelope for them. Thank goodness for the Envelope Punch Board. These are quite a simple design, utilising many images from Love What You Do.
Because I had a pack of In Color clips, I used a Lovely Lipstick one here, and it seems to tie in with Berry Bliss etc just fine.
As well as the punch, there was a Thank You thinlit. A great addition to the catalogue, and my stash!
A couple of images were cut and layered with a shadow effect on the second card, just a single on the first..
This paper is my absolute favourite from the whole pack, and there is only the tiniest bit left now. I thought the Berry Bliss ribbon added a luscious touch here. The Glitter Enamel Dots are not carrying over in those colours, so if you love them as much as I do, you'll be adding them to an order soon.
Isn't that a beautiful sentiment? I featured that centre-stage here, with Grapefruit Grove embossing powder around the edge of the label, and some of the new In Color ribbon. Calypso Coral with Basic Black made up the rest of this card adding a richer dimension.
Now, 3D items are not my strong point, so I popped off to the local dollar shop and purchased a clip board. My plan was to heat emboss the big clip and colour it Grapefruit Grove but that didn't work out so well. Next, hubby got into the act and totally removed the BIG clip, which made it so much easier to cover with DSP. I brayered the first lot of paper with white Craft ink, and fussy cut a piece of floral pearlised paper to lay on top.You may be able to see that I heat embossed around the art piece on the clip board too. Love those tiny leaves, so delicate.
The small clips which you'll be able to buy once the catalogue goes live (or during May possibly for demonstrators) fit at a pinch. The letters are another stamp set, Lined Alphabet, and will have dies available too. I didn't receive those so hand cut mine after colouring with Stampin' Blends in shades of coral and orange.
Next along on this hop is the talented Rachael Lewsley in West Australia.