Thanks for the Smile

Mar 10, 2017 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

My card for today uses the Dragonfly Dreams and the Timeless Textures stamp sets.

 This was a fun card to create – of course, I love the Bee image in the Dragonfly Dreams stamp set, and I thought the Hexagon embossing folder would be neat embossed with gold foil paper.

At the bottom of this post I have a complete list of supplies used, as well as the measurements needed to recreate this card.

Here’s the inside of my card:  I used some small pieces of the designer paper I used on my card front and added them to the corners –  and then just stamped the greeting.

I am offering a special this month for onlines orders! 

Free Ink Pad Special:  My HOST CODE for the month of March is TCGVB42D.  Please use this code for any order placed in my online store!  

FREE INK PAD!  As a thanks from me, when you place an online order, and use the host code during the  month of March, please select any ink pad that
you’d like and I will send it to you for FREE.  The ink pad will come
separately, and will be sent after I close out the host order. 

your order is placed, send me a quick email with your ink pad choice. 
If your order is $150 or greater, please don’t use the host code – you
will enjoy hostess benefits and still get your FREE ink pad from me!  

Supplies used on this card: Visit my online store to shop by clicking on any image below!

Measurements for card:Rich Razzleberry base 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″,  scored at 4 1/4, plus small piece for oval; Very Vanilla 4″ x 5 1/4″, small piece for oval, Designer Paper 1″ x 5 1/4″; Gold Foil 4″ x 1 3/4″

Thanks for visiting today!  TGIF!!! 



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