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Here are the cards I created with Pennant Swag 2, Pennant Swag Alphabet, and other favorite stamp sets from the Our Daily Bread Designs Store:Creative Nugget: The Daisy Chain die cut over Daffodil Delight card stock made a perfect background for the word search made with the Pennant Swag Alphabet letters and the strawberries from the Canning Jar Fillers and the Garden Mini stamp sets. The thank you banner from the Pennant Swag 2 set was added across the top and a Beautiful Border was placed under the berries. All images were colored with Copic Markers. A thick layer of Glossy Accents was added on top of the Canning Jar to make it look more like glass, and some baker's Twine tied around the jar was used to finish the card.
Creative Nugget: A very good friend of mine just retired from teaching and she received some patio furniture from her coworkers, so I thought this beautiful Porch stamp would be perfect for her retirement card! Pieces of Blushing Rose, (I must use every little bit of this gorgeous paper), and some embossed Kraft card stock were stitched together to make the background for this inviting porch scene. The images were colored with Copic Markers, and a Fence die cut and some Asters and Leaves die cuts were used as accents. The Pennant Swag Alphabet letters were used to spell out the word "Retirememt" on the Pennant Swag die cut. I did have to piece one extra pennant in the swag to stretch it a bit for the word to fit. The little pearls were added to finish the card and to hide the seam where the extra pennant was added! I just love how the little letters are perfect for creating a banner suitable for any occasion!
Here are the new stamps and dies from this release used to make these cards:
And other favorites used from the
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