Stamp of the month: Balloon Animals

Hi, everyone 🙂

I just thought that I would show you some scrapbook pages and some cards that I have made using the Stamp of the month (SOTM).

Henry’s pages, I made up but the other page came from Bec Coad class on Saturday. Isn’t it just lovely! I’m going to keep this one for Evie’s 1st birthday as well as making a companion page to go with it.

The cards were just a bit of fun, so that I could show you what a versatile stamp set the Balloon animals are, and if you spend $75AU dollars you can claim this stamp for just $7.50AU dollars

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Three of the cards are triple matted, you don’t have to do this but I just liked the affect that it gives.

I’m off to work now, but I’ll place the card measurements up for you tonight.

so till then, keep on creating 😉

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I’m back 🙂

Here are the measurements for the three cards:

Card: 5-1/2′ x 4-1/4′   (White Value Pack X254)

Card stock: 5-3/8′ x 4-1/8′  

Whisper  matting panel: 5-1/8′ x 3-7/8′

Paper panel: 5′ x 3-3/4′

Font panels:  Pixie or Canary card stock

Card stock matting panel: 3-7/8′ x 2-7/8′

Whisper matting panel: 3-5/8′ x 2-5/8′

White Daisy front panel: 3-1/2′ x 2-1/2′

 Front panel: Crystal Blue card stock

Card stock matting panel:  4-3/8′ x 2-7/8′

Whisper matting panel: 4-1/8′ x 2-5/8′

White Daisy front panel: 4′ x 2-1/2′

The card stock I have used: Canary X5772, Crystal Blue 1292 and Pixie X5773

Papers used: Penelope and Georgie

Stamp sets used: Balloon Animals S1602 and Georgie (Scrapbooking Workshop) D1675

Shimmer Trim Used: White Z3024 and Pink Z1986

Inks used: Whisper Z2172Cotton Candy Z2193, Canary Z2643 and Crystal Blue Z2117

Bling used:  Clear Sparkles Z1752

The reason that I add another stamp set into the mix was to show you that, you can use any stamps together to create the unique cards that will suit any occasion.

I’m going to do a video on the last card, so look out for it on Friday 🙂

 

 

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