It's All About Stamping

Pacific – Real – Kiss


bbc 061609          This is a card we’re making at a stamp class tomorrow.  It’s pretty basic and using the retiring Big Birthday Candle stamp set, retiring Hugs & Wishes stamp set, retiring Pacific Point cardstock, retiring Kiwi Kiss cardstock, and Pacific Point grosgrain ribbon.    I love the simplicity of this card.  I also made it using the Delicate Dots paper that I’ll show at the end of this post.

          It’s a Whisper White card base with the layer of Pacific Point,  Whisper White and Kiwi Kiss.  The sentiment from Hugs & Wishes is stamped on the Kiwi Kiss with Basic Black.  The candles are stamped with Real Red, Pacific Point, and Summer Sun on Whisper White.  The outlines are stamped with Basic Black then cut out. 

          The button is a clear button with a 1″ Real Red circle punched and put underneath the button.  The hemp was run through the button, red cardstock and around the ribbon and back then tied in a bow.  There’s a small glue dot underneath it.  The Kiwi Kiss layer is popped up with dimensionals.

          Thanks so much for stopping by!  Hope your day is great!
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6 thoughts on “Pacific – Real – Kiss

  1. Wow Wendy! These are awesome!! Love the design and the color choices are great. 🙂 I’m still ECSTATIC that you’re BACK!!!! Thanks for sharing, doing the happy dance! 🙂


  2. These cards are beautiful! I just love clear buttons with color used under them. Pretty!


  3. I just may have to buy this stamp set……..I never saw anything I liked done with it…….until now.
    thanks for the hard work
    Debbie 🙂


  4. GREAT class project, Wendy! Your gals will love it!


  5. Love how you wrapped the ribbon!


  6. Both cards are super cute! Love the way you did the ribbon layered with the button.


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