More recently I create a fun fold using the stamped images from the set to create some birthday cards.
Today I’m sharing another project set using the stamps, dies and DSP. This one has a pet sympathy theme using the ‘sorry for your loss’ stamp. It’s never nice for a family to lose a beloved pet, but it’s a good opportunity to send a card to let them know you care.
You can see I’ve stayed with the colours of the suite – Real Red, Basic Black, Flirty Flamingo and Basic White. I’ve also added in some Cherry Cobbler to add some contrast.
I’ve chosen to leave the cat & dog images from this card. Not only does it make the card more versatile in your stash, but it also avoids any possibility of offending if the stamped pet doesn’t resemble their pet.
The die set has 5 awesome dies – 4 pets to coordinate with the stamps and the super cute paw prints you see on these cards!
I’ve added in dies from the Be Mine Stitched Dies. These are my fave hearts and I’m sad to see them on the retirement list!
I’m excited for you to see what the rest of the crew have made with this stamp set.
Keep hopping and visit my gorgeous friend Lou Kitzelman on the east coast of Australia.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for Social Stamping this morning. I shared a sneak peak of one of the cards yesterday using the Sweet Ice Cream bundle. The theme for today’s session was “fun cards”.
This was the other option – animal fun using the Pampered Pets bundle.
When photographed flat, this card doesn’t look as fun as when you get to play with it in real life. The front panel opens up and you write your message on the card front! This is one of my favourite card folds – easy and fun all in one!
The styling of these cards was influenced by the black, white and red patterns of the Playful Pets DSP combined with stamped images from the Pampered Pets stamp set.
The dog version…
And the cat version…
So, the big question…. would you make the dog or the cat version? #teamdog #teamcat
Luckily the DSP has both options including whole sheets of already coloured cats and dogs that you can cut out using the Pets Dies.
Social Stamping has three more sessions this term (15th, 22nd, 29th March). See you there!