Saturday, 8 August 2020

The Future Looks Bright! Using the Peace & Joy Bundle


I knew I could use this set for more than just Christmas so I set about thinking of the different uses for the large words.  In this set they are BRIGHT - JOY - PEACE.  There are plenty of things you can say with those words.  Then a friend told me about a house move and a new job and I just knew what I needed to make first.

The set I used was the PEACE & JOY BUNDLE from the August-December Mini Catalogue.  I can happily mail you a copy, simply join my mailing list here:
The bundle (which saves you 10% on the individual products) comes with coordinating dies which beautifully cut out the stamped words.  Stamping in POPPY PARADE INK on Whisper White and then cutting out with the middle die was easy, as was cutting the outline in VELLUM CARD STOCK.

I teamed the set with the STITCHED TRIANGLE DIES which I used to cut out a rainbow of card stock to create this kaleidoscopic effect.  I used the second largest of the tall triangles.

Simply adhere these with a little spacing onto a 14.4cm x 10cm piece of WHISPER WHITE CARD STOCK and your background is complete.

All that remains is to glue together your word die cuts and raise them on DIMENSIONALS in the centre of the card.  I added my own sentiment with hand-written lettering and cut out to slim strips, aslo mounted on DIMENSIONALS.  When you write your own lettering using the STAMPIN' WRITE MARKERS the world is your oyster for sentiments, but alternatively if this fills you with dread then the MAKE A DIFFERENCE STAMP SET has got all your need for a more uniformed look.

Mount your card front onto a THICK WHISPER WHITE card base and add some bling with RED RHINESTONE BASIC JEWELS and you are away!
Below is my YouTube tutorial taken from my Facebook LIVE - enjoy and do SUBSCRIBE to my Channel for more ideas and crafting goodness.


Below are the products I used in this card - click on any image to buy or add ALL to your basket with the button at the bottom.  HAPPY CRAFTING!

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