Hi Stamping Friends!
Everything is a little cuter when it's in miniature! That's why 3×3" note cards are so adorable and perfect to use for little gift tags on Christmas packages! .
Today, I'm sharing a couple of 3×3" notes that Peggy Tassler created for me to include in my recent class kits.
I love the elegant & wintery combination of Night of Navy, White and Silver that Peggy Tassler used on these mini note cards! You can often use some of your leftover scraps to create these tiny masterpieces!
Background Basics—Peggy started by embossing a 2-3/4" square of Whisper White with the Winter Wonder Texture Impressions Folder. She tied some white/silver Metallic Edge Satin Ribbon around that layer than mounted it onto a Night of Navy 3×3" card base. I recommend using Tear & Tape Adhesive for a secure hold on textured layers like this.
Sweet Sentiment—I wanted to use these notes as thank yous, so Peggy added a Floral Phrases sentiment in NIght of Navy onto a Whisper White Stitched Shapes Framelits die-cut. The word is part of a larger sentiment, so she colored it on the stamp with Night of Navy marker to stamp only that word. It's popped up with Dimensionals.
Finishing Touches—Peggy die-cut some Silver Glimmer snowflakes from the Swirly Snowflakes Thinlits and attached them with Glue Dots. They are topped with Rhinestone Jewels. So, so pretty!
Two Cool—Peggy stamped the stars from the Night In Bethlehem stamp set in White Craft Ink onto a 2-1/2" square of NIght of Navy card stock, then adhered it to a Whisper White 3×3" card base. She die-cut a circle window with the Layering Circles Framelits from a 2-7/8" square piece of Whisper White, then popped it up over the stars with Dimensionals.
Finishing Touches—Peggy stamped the Mary & Joseph image in Night of Navy onto Whisper White, then die-cut it with the Bethlehem Edgelits. Part of the die-cut is popped up and part is adhered to the window with SNAIL. She finished with a Silver Foil star, also die-cut with the Edgelits set.
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