Sunday, September 24, 2017

Facebook Giveaways Pt2

Yesterday, I was sharing some of the projects that I included in the prize packages for those who commented on a Facebook page post. Here are the other projects and samples that I included in everyone's package.  They were a lot of fun to make. 

I just love this stamp set. The Christmas tree with the beachy ornaments, the beach cottages and the trees with lights in them, just make it the cutest set. What fun they would be for your favorite beach lover, for an invitation for a weekend beach retreat. I made a birthday card for a beach boy, putting a shell over the wreath at the top of the cottages.  

 I added a little irridescent embossing powder on some of the ornaments, and with my trusty heat gun, made it look like glistening sand! It's the little details that made cards special, original, fun.

 I love the tree, but these little cottages and palm trees are just too stinkin' cute! Don't you think?

Using dimensionals, I made the front cottage and the palm trees stand out, giving them a little 3D effect. And of course, you must have some tinsel garland!

I LOVE this stamp set, too. I am crazy about just about anything retro,especially from the Donna Reed era! This set is so cute. It has other images besides just the lady at the mail box, but this is the one I chose to make a sample.

I hope you can see the cuffs and neck of her top, the pompom on her cap, and the fur on her boots. I used White embossing powder to give it texture. I just love her, right down to her gloves and purse.

This is a pretty little set. Who doesn't love sunflowers and Brown-eyed Susans? This was such a quick and easy card sample to make, but looks so pretty and Autumny! I used copper metallic paper and a copper mesh ribbon to dress it up a little bit.  

These are the sample projects, each one took just a few minutes. Each stamp set holds a variety of only by your imagination (or your ability to google the name of the stamp set!). In my next post,  I will share the cards that I included in each package that were made with stamp sets like the ones the recipients picked out.

These are the samples that were in each package:

If you haven't liked my Facebook page or started following you might want to visit. I am getting ready for another giveaway, very soon. You can never tell when a contest of drawing will pop up!

Here are some of the items used in these projects. Click on the picture for more information:

If you would like more information on how to make these projects, which are simple to make, or more information on what supplies are needed, please contact me!

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