I sat down recently and spent a morning playing with the beautiful With Love At Christmas stamp set. I love all the possibilities this stamp set gives. I also used a few other products for a complete coordinating look for my creations.
I started by stamping several bouquets in different ink combinations. I used two bouquets for this card. I made a quick watercolored background with two green watercolors that matched the bouquet leaves. I trimmed the finished panel with a Crimped Frame Die, then stamped and gold heat-embossed the sentiment. I used thin foam squares to attach the flowers, trimming the side edges away before attaching the panel to a card base.
There’s several stamps in the set to help embellish coordinating envelopes. I love this option.
I stamped out several envelope labels, and used the Addressed Die to die-cut them. I used a simple sentiment to finish the label for this envelope, and topped it with a bouquet. To finish the envelope, I added red stripes to the envelope flap by blending red dye ink over the striped Flappable Stencil.
Since I still had a few bouquets let, I decided to use them to embellish handmade gift card holders. I used the striped stencil and red ink again to add stripes to the holders, and Pine Needles and Cracked Pistachio Distress Oxides to add color to the pockets.
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*Measurements for gift card holder: Pocket- 6.25 inch x2.5 inch paper strip, scored at 4 inches, fold on score line; Hinges- 2 inches by .5 inch paper strips, scored at .25 inch on .5 side, fold in half. Trim bottom and top folded edges at an inner angle.