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Hand Stamped Sentiments – From A Card to Something Else – Challenge #39

This week’s challenge at Hand Stamped Sentiments is so much fun!  The challenge is to be inspired to create a 3D gift project from a card.  I created a card with the Northern Hearts hostess stamp set from Stampin’ Up!  This stamp set is so versatile.  It’s a Christmas stamp set but can be used for Valentine’s or a birthday.  I love it!  This stamp set can only be earned with a minimum workshop of $150.  Email me to book your workshop so you can earn this stamp set.

With Christmas around the corner I decided to create a Christmas gift set.  I created the card using the bird image in a heart then thought about putting it together with a heart box.  The heart box is perfect for a small gift.  I purchased the heart box from a craft store and painted it with white acrylic paint.  I traced the lid on Cherry Cobbler card stock, cut it out and stamped the bird image in craft Whisper White then adhered it to the top of the lid.  I stamped the image with Cherry Cobbler ink on Whisper White card stock then cut it out banner style.  I also added small half pearls, and used the Eyelet border punch for trimming and the Perfect Polka dots embossing folder to give my project that extra touch.  The sentiment is from the Contempo Christmas stamp set which is perfect.  I hope you’re inspired to participate in this fun challenge.

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Christmas is Love card and heart box

Finished size: card size:  4.25w x 5.50″h box size approx:  2.5″ x 1.5″ x 2.5″

Stamp Sets: Northern  Hearts hostess stamp set, Contempo Christmas

Paper: Card stock:  Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White

Ink: Craft Whisper White, Classic  Cherry Cobbler

Accessories: Big Shot, Perfect Polka dots embossing folder, Eyelet Border Punch, Crimper, self adhesive half pearls, sticky tape, non-SU white acrylic paint, heart box with lid

Techniques: Stamping, embossing

 

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7 Responses

  1. This is gorgeous! I love how the main heart piece has the edges punched and crimped to match the border die cut, did you do that or did it come that way?

  2. these are great!!!…i love the heart box…could do that for so many occasions…versatile stamp set

  3. Perfection! Love your wonderful gift set. The card & heart box are both beautifully made. Your attention to details really shines — the crimped heart layer is pure genius!

  4. This is gorgeous! What a great gift to receive and also give. Love the Cherry Cobbler and white, so striking.

  5. This is just gorgeous I love the Cherry Cobbler on the Whisper White with your design. The heart box is so cute, I just love that border trim, too! 🙂

  6. This is pretty. The cherry cobbler is my favorite and it looks lovely here.

  7. WOW!!!!!! This is beautiful! LOVE taht cherry cobbler too.
    Lynn

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