I am a bit behind all my blogging this month…I cannot believe we are almost in April. Honestly, where do the days go?! Last month we made a cute card using the snailed it bundle and I am yet to share it online with you all and let’s face it, this snail is too cute not to share!
Don’t you just love him? Now I can safely say I am not a huge fan of these slimy grubs, especially when I find them in my veggie patch but I just love the Stampin’ Up! version of him. He makes me smile…everytime!
I used the coordinating colours for this card using the colours from the designer series paper, Blushing Bride, Daffodil Delight, Real Red but I also snuck in some Shaded Spruce and Crumb Cake too!
I love creating texture with my cards, and for this card I used the ripping technique to add another point of interest. I know some people don’t like ripping their pretty paper but I am totally ok with it. It is kind of fun if you give it a try!
There are lots of options in the designer series paper pack to get different looks with the same card layout. I really like the designs for kids and adults. I have no doubt that this card would put a smile on anyone’s face. If you purchase the bundle together (stamps and dies) you will not only save 10% but you will also get all the dies to cut out the snails, muchrooms and the cute square postage stitched die cut. If you buy the whole suite you will have all the items to make this card yourself. The paper, stamps, dies, resin hearts and twine in blushing bride and white.
I try to stamp a little something on the inside of my cards just to tie it altogether. The little mushrooms look so cute showing though in this photo, don’t you think?
I love love love these little resin heart embellishments! They come in a pack of 150 (75 hearts in Real Red and 75 in White). They fit just perfectly on the envelope on the snails back or they can be used to decorate any card. Definitely a product to add to your shopping cart!
I hope this little snail put a smile on your face today.
I will hopefully find some time of the next few days to blog about my other recent creations. Stay tuned!
Catch you next time,