Sunday, 29 December 2013

Love You More with World Map background

I hope you had a lovely Christmas, whether celebrating with family and friends or enjoying some quiet time to yourself.

Our phone line is back up but the internet is not yet, although there are several BT men on the road working away and battling against the winds. Sometimes we can get online via the BT hotspot, sometimes we can’t. Even when it works, it’s very slow. If this post appears, it will be a miracle.

If you have Christmas money to spend, you might want to consider the Whole Lot of Love promotion. The products are designed for Valentine’s projects but can be used for so much more. Check out these cards I made for my team members who joined me at Convention.

I used the globe from the Love You More stamp set and teamed it up with the World Map background stamp. Not to pat myself on the back too much, but I love the background I’ve created here and plan to incorporate this into a class at some point in 2014. It’s done with the brayer but don’t panic; it’s REALLY easy.

The “banner” is created with the Mosaic Punch. I cut a strip of cardstock just narrower than the punch aperture and slid it in to punch just one end.

Stamps: Love You More, World Ma
Cardstock: Pool Party, Basic Black, Rich Razzleberry
Ink: Black Stazon, Pool Party, Crumb Cake, Certainly Celery
Accessories: Mosaic Punch, Brayer, Chalk Talk Framelits, Markers – Gumball Green, Rich Razzleberry, Pool Party

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