This share for you today is simple yet cute card using the new Chalk Talk stamp set (130634) and the Gingham Garden Designer Washi Tape (129314). These colors are a little brighter than I normally use but I still think the card is super cute and easy to make!
The label from the Chalk Talk Bundle (132730) is stamped on to Island Indigo cardstock (122923) with Island Indigo Classic Ink (126986) and cut out using the Chalk Talk Framelits which is included in the bundle. The great thing about ordering the bundle is you Save 15%!!!
The greeting is stamped once on to Melon Mambo cardstock (115320) and punched out with the Extra Large Oval Punch (119859). Then stamped again onto Daffodil Delight cardstock (119683) and cut out the "There's You" greeting and made it into a banner.
I just layered the Gingham Garden Designer Washi Tape (129314) onto the top of the card at an angle and trimmed the edges.
Here is another card I made for a team member who had surgery a day after our last team gathering. Same idea just different stamps and shapes.
The "Get Well Soon" stamp is from the Delightful Dozen stamp set (122652) and punched out also using the Extra Large Oval Punch. Then layered on top of another oval from the Designer Frames Embossing Folder (123130). The card base is Crumb Cake cardstock (120953).
Thanks so much for stopping by on the wonderful Wednesday! Have a great day!
Here's how to not miss a thing with Lakeshore Stamping!
LIKE - my Lakeshore Stamping with Jenny Peterson Facebook Page. Keep up with ideas and specials!
FOLLOW ME ON PINTEREST - I Pin all of my creations and I hope you like and re-pin them too! Plus see what other ideas I find and re-pin!
SHOP Anytime & Earn Rewards - You can even order in your pajamas! Write down the item numbers I give you and start crossing some items off your list so you can start creating these projects too! You can earn Lakeshore Loyalty Rewards and earn FREE Stamp Sets!
OUR LAKESHORE STAMPING COMMUNITY - I have meet some incredible ladies through my 6 1/2 years of stamping and a lot of them are still stamping with me! Whether you love the hobby or want a little extra income, come join us today!