Today, I'm sharing my first project as a Designer for ScrapTownLady!
Isn't this card beautiful? The card base and envelope are from a 10 pack made by KaiserCraft. You will be seeing more pink card bases in the future! The stamps and dies are Impression Obsession, and will be listed below. The DP is also KaiserCraft, and will be listed below, as well.
The photo above shows all of the lovely layers. Just look at all of those tiny, beautiful flooms!
This card has so much dimension - everything is lifted off the page, and looks so realistic!
This little gift box was created to accompany the greeting card. This set is going to a very special
young lady. One thing that I love about Kaiser Craft Paper Pads, is that each pad comes
with several pages of tags that can be stamped or written on. There are also
larger tags that can be used on scrapbook pages for journaling,
or on card fronts.
|Side View showing the coordinating DP.|
|View of the back of box.|
|Here is the set together. Doesn't that flower look SO real? The KaiserCraft 'tag', and the card, were stamped with a sentiment from the Hydrangea Stamp Set.|
Designer Tip: When you have a paper pad, like the one above, what do you do with your scraps?
Well...attach an envelope to the back flap of the paper pad, and insert all of your
scraps inside. No mess, no waste of scraps, and the pads stack beautifully on your
desk, or in a basket or drawer.
Hope you enjoyed this project!
I'll be back next Wednesday with something new!
Black Ink, Watermark Stamp Pad
White Embossing Powder, Ribbon Scrap
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