My newest stash addition is a set called Creative Elements. I used this set to work up a bright, fun and summery birthday pocket card using white, daffodil delight, rich razzleberry, certainly celery, and my all-time favorite color, pool party.
I made a cute bookmark for a card stuffer for a later project as well:
This set is so versatile. I know I'll use it a lot!
Next I broke out my tried-and-true fallback set for all elegant cards: Artistic Etchings. I used my stamp-a-ma-jig to create the background paper on this one as well. SU doesn't carry a gray ribbon right now, so this is some Offray that I found at Joann Fabrics. I embossed the Eiffel Tower in black and used crumb cake and cherry cobbler inks to create a simple collage. This card was inspired by one of my favorite YouTube SU demonstrators, Joan. Here's a link to her channel.
My last card this week is a simple Father's Day card. I created a mixed pastel background and then stamped the tree image (from Lovely as a Tree) over the top for a messy watercolor effect. This would look even cooler with the image embossed in black over the top, I think. I'll try that next time.
Hope your weekend has been truly wonderful! Thanks for stopping by!