Happy Monday! Today I'm sharing a cheery card that features the BRAND NEW "Going Postal" stamp set from Sweet n Sassy Stamps! There are so many fun ways to use this set, and on today's card I combined it with some of my favorite floral sets for a springtime happy mail theme!
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Supplies and Tools:
- These supplies from Sweet n Sassy Stamps:
- Going Postal
- Friendship is a Blessing
- Sweet Little Lamb
- Consider the Wildflowers
- Scribble Flowers
- Versafine Clair Nocturne Ink
- Sonnet Watercolors
- Arteza Real Brush Pens
- Tea Dye Distress Ink (Ranger)
- Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide (Ranger)
- Art Edges Dies (Stamplorations)
This post linked to:
- The Paper Players - Use Something New (new stamps)
- Make My Monday - Something New in your Stash (new stamps)
- Simon Says Monday Challenge - Use New Product (new stamps and new ink)
- A Place to Start - Anything Goes
I never tire of seeing "postal" themed cards! This one is so sweet! I especially love the larger background 'stamp' shape and how you so subtly stamped the little details on it! Thanks for sharing at The Paper Players!
Love your layout and beautiful fresh colours,thank you for joining in at MMM
Love this bright and cheery card! What a fun die for the background - need that!! Thank you for playing with us at MMM and hope you can play again soon.
the stamps are too cute and I love the postmark in the background and your flower is truly cheerful that's for sure!
So pretty, Esther! I love the bright colors and the background stamping..one of my favorite techniques! Thanks for playing with my "new" Paper Players challenge!
I love your card, beautiful colors 🥰
Such a cute card, Esther! I LOVE the little postage stamps. Your coloring is perfect. This is such a happy card! Thank you for playing with The Paper Players this week!
My, oh my, Esther, This is so very pretty and the composition is absolutely perfect! I love it! You know you have a beautifully composed project when the eye is pulled to the center and never distracted by free-floating embellishments and/or sentiments!
Thanks so much for sharing this beauty with us at A Place To Start!
Chana Malkah, Owner
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