Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Hello: Note Card Set Using Stampin' Up!'s Hello Stamp Set

Hi everyone and Happy Tuesday!  I hope you are all having a wonderful week.  I have a sweet note card set of five note cards using Stampin' Up!'s adorable Hello stamp set.  I wasn't able to get this post up yesterday and unfortunately, this stamp set retired as of yesterday, but I wanted to share these cute cards with you anyway :)  Here they are:



For all of the cards, I used Stampn' Up!'s thick Whisper White cardstock for the card base.  It's thicker than the regular Whisper White and it's perfect for card bases.  For this first card, I stamped Hello and Birthday Girl in Stampin' Up! Basic Black ink.  The party hat, also from the Hello stamp set, was stamped in Melon Mambo.  The flowers are from the Botanicals For You stamp set, which is in the Sale A Bration catalog (free with any $50 purchase!).  I inked the flowers with Melon Mambo, Tempting Turquois, and Blushing Bride.  I also added some rhinestones for some bling.  I mounted the stamped piece onto Blushing Bride cardstock. Just a simple, but cute notecard. 



For this card, I used the flowers again from the Botanicals For You stamp set, but this time, I inked them in Blushing Bride, Melon Mambo, and Pink Pirouette.  I also added some leaves, stamped in Pear Pizzazz.  I also added some bling with the rhinestones.



I think this card might be my favorite.  The squiggly line stamp is also from the Hello stamp set.  I inked it up in Blushing Bride and Melon Mambo and stamped random lines of random lengths.  I then stamped Hello and the Birthday Girl greeting in Basic Black.  The party hat was stamped in Melon Mambo.  I then mounted the stamped panel onto Melon Mambo cardstock. 



This cute little card is very simple, but that's why I love it.  The sun was inked with Crushed Curry.  The "Sunshine" greeting actually says "Little Sunshine" but I used my Basic Black Stampin' Write marker and just inked up the "sunshine" part of the stamp to create the greeting.  I then mounted my stamped panel onto Crushed Curry cardstock. 



For my last card, I created a very simple birthday card for a boy.  The party hat and cardstock are Island Indigo. 

What do you think?  I hope you liked this fun set of notecards.  I'll link below everything you need to create these cards (except the Hello stamp set which unfortunately retired yesterday).  You could definitely recreate these notecards though with other sentiments.  I hope you enjoyed this post.  Thanks so much as always for stopping by!

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Hugs,

Christine