Friday, 14 March 2014

Speech bubble fun

I do love these speech bubble stamps and Framelits. You can stamp the images and cut them out, as I’ve done with the “woo-hoo!” or just cut out a frame and put something behind it, as I’ve done behind it. I’ve popped the top layer up for some added dimension.

The paper comes from a rather handy Designer Series Paper stack in the Spring/Summer catalogue. Each piece is 6.5 x 4.5 inches which is perfect for matting photos on scrapbook pages, or for using on cards. I love the funky colours in the pack; Coastal Cabana, Real Red and Crumb Cake, and the patterns are really nice, too, with lots of variety. Highly recommended. 

And don’t miss those cute little candy dots! They come in colour collection packs, so these Real Red dots are from the Brights pack. They look like brads but are self-adhesive, so reduce the bulk … and you can stick them on as an afterthought without worrying about those ugly brad backs showing inside your card.

I’ll be sending this card to the newest member of my team, who has very sensibly joined during Sale-a-Bration, when you get extra goodies in your Starter Kit. If you’d like to find out more about starting a craft business – big or small – in this way, please do get in touch, as time is running out for the special offer!

Stamps: Just Sayin’
Cardstock: Whisper White Note Cards, Whisper White
Paper: Fresh Prints DSP Stack
Ink: Real Red

Accessories: Word Bubbles Framelits, Candy Dots - Brights 

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