Social Stamping | Friend

Hello! Thank you for visiting my blog 🙂

Welcome to Week 4 of Social Stamping. Kelly, of My Papercraft Journey, continues to do an amazing job of coordinating this project. This week our theme is ‘Friend’, with more than 20 crafty ladies signing up to share their creations.

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The ‘Under My Umbrella’ stamp set has a lovely friendship sentiment, so that was my starting point for today’s cards. This set comes with a matching punch, which makes it easy to stamp and cut out images.

These cards use the ‘Carried Away’ patterned paper, which was available as a freebie in Sale-a-Bration a few years ago. The cloudy paper matched nicely with my friendship sentiment, umbrellas and gum boots. The images were stamped with Versamark and heat embossed in white.

My next card trio also uses ‘Carried Away’ paper for the background. My umbrellas and gumboots were stamped in Basic Gray on ‘Sunshine and Sprinkles’ patterned paper – I just love the colours in this one!

In my haste to complete the second set of cards, I made a bit of a mistake… oops!

And while I was crafting today, I had my daughter keeping me company. She asked me to share her creation with you. Miss 8 used the ‘Wiggle Worm’ stamp set to create what she called a comic book style card. She learned how to heat emboss today 🙂

Thank you again for stopping by!

Next on the list is Lisa, a very lovely Paper Adventures team mate with her beautiful ‘friend’ themed project.

Narelle 🙂

23 thoughts on “Social Stamping | Friend

  1. Some lovely cards Narelle and now you have a special left handed card!! I also love your daughters creation too. So much fun when they create with us. TFS xx


  2. Great pairing of papers and stamps! I love the bright ones – they are so cheerful and sweet. And your daughters card is wonderful too. How marvellous to be able to create together!!


  3. A great set of cards and love the pairing with the DSP. Don’t you hate when you’ve finished your card only to find out you stuck it on upside down or backwards. Your daughter did a great job too.


  4. Great cards Narelle! Those umbrella cards fit in with some of the rainy gloomy days we are having at the moment. Love the DSP colours. Cute card from Miss S. It is nice to craft with the kids. My kids said yesterday it was fun crafting with me x


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