Hi there friends! I’m up on the blog today using items from the Hedgehog Hollow October box. I love that this month’s box is all about healthcare professionals!
I wanted to keep the cards quick and easy so today I’m using the pattern paper, the pre-printed sentiments and the absolutely fabulous white rubber background stamp.
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I cut a piece of the pattern paper using a scalloped die. This piece was adhered to a 4 ¼ x 5 ½ piece of white cardstock. Then two different sizes of scalloped dies were die cut and used to create a frame. This frame was adhered around the pattern paper. A sentiment was cut with a die from my stash and foam tape was added to the back. This was then placed on the front of the card. A few enamel stars were added to finish off this card
I die a scalloped heart from piece of the patterned paper. The negative space was then adhered this to a 4 ¼ x 5 ½ piece of white cardstock. I had a scalloped rectangle left from Card 1 and used this as a backdrop for the scalloped heart, which was adhered using foam tape. A sentiment was cut from the printed sentiments and adhered. The card was finished off by wrapping twine along the bottom and adding enamel hearts.
This is probably my favorite! For this card I inked up the white rubber background stamp with Color Hive clear ink. I then placed a piece of 4 ¼ x 5 ½ over this stamp to transfer the ink to the paper. I then used the Dual Tip Powder Brush to dab on Snow Flurries Kaleidoscope powder. The excess was wiped off using the Rainbow clean-up brush. The powder was lightly sprayed with hairspray to set the powder. Next, a small rectangle die was used to cut three pieces of the pattern paper. Foam tape was added to the back of these pieces and adhered on top of the stamped image. A sentiment from the stamp set was stamped using Color Hive Fog. This was then fussy cut and adhered to the front of the card. To finish the card, three grey enamel dots were added to the panel.
I hope you create something today! Thanks so much for stopping by!