This darling card is part of a mini care package we are sending to a loved one who needs a little “sunshine” in their life right now. I’ve seen so many adorable ideas for a “sunshine box” on Pinterest, and decided I wanted to send something similar. I’m not exactly sure which papers came from which paper pad or my scrap pile, so I’m not going to put those sources here, but the clouds are from here on Silhoutte, the sun is from here, and the heart is from here. The sending hugs sentiment and sunshine stamp are from Lawn Fawn’s “So Much To Say”, and I just drew in a plus sign between the two. I wanted the color scheme to be bright and cheery, as well as complimentary to the yellow that would dominate the rest of the package, so I went with white, a turquoise blue, and kraft. I’m very pleased with how it turned out 🙂
I created this card a few weeks back using paper from a darling new paper pack I found from Crate Paper called “Cute Girl” (all patterned paper besides the tree, which was a scrap). It’s not actually new (released last summer), but I hadn’t seen it before and it was too adorable to pass up! The sentiment stamp is from Lawn Fawn’s “Chit Chat”, and the deer is from Lawn Fawn’s “Into the Woods”. I’m hoping this was able to brighten the day of the person it was sent to 🙂
Once again the lamb is from Lawn Fawn’s “Critters on the Farm”, and the darling thanks sentiment stamp is from Paper Smooches’ “Pretty Phrases”. I’m so pleased with how far my paper scraps went! I only used full sheets of 8″x11″ white card stock, the rest of the papers were from my scrap bins. I love love LOVE them all!!!
Today I’m sharing two different versions of what I call, “Simply Thank You”, which involves one simple thank you sentiment stamp, and the same lamb stamp I’ve been using. The frame one was a bit more involved than I had anticipated, since I had cut the frame on my Silhouette just a little thinner than I had planned to, but it still turned out darling! The lamb stamp is from “Critters on the Farm” and the thank you sentiment stamp is from “So Much to Say”, both from Lawn Fawn.