Yesterday I shared a cute little "welcome baby" card that I made with the A Little Wild stamp set from p. 108 the Annual Catalog. I also introduced you to the unique images in that set and a similar set in the Holiday Catalog on p. 47 called Seasonal Chums.
Today I thought I'd share with you another version of that elephant card (refer back to yesterday's post for directions and measurements.) AND some cute mini treat containers using both these sets that my friend Susan Campfield designed.
This one would be great to give to that special someone (Valentine's Day, Anniversary, etc.). Plus the ribbon has X's (kisses) on it!
These are the supplies I used for this version of the card. Note that I substituted the Cherry Cobbler marker for the Rhinestone. I also used this marker for the ears (since we don't have that color in the pencils)...Just scribble a bit of ink onto a none-porous surface (like the case of the stamp set), dip the Blender pen in to get just a little bit of color, and use that the "tint" the ears and flower petals.
Here are those SUPER cute treat containers. Click here to see Susan's tutorial video for these first three on her blog posted on August 22nd. The elephant one is similar, but the front and back of the elephant isn't connected, and a ribbon was added to the tab on top.
My new website design is right around the corner. I can't wait!! Drop-down menus will be added, I'll have an updated banner at the top with a brighter green (my favorite green), and it will be easier to find things you are looking for (I hope). And my website address will stay the same, so no need to search for me. ;)
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