Sending Happy Thoughts


Another card using the Simon Says Stamp card kit. I'm using it with an older MFT  stamp set called You're Got Mail. The size was right for the small sentiments.


Enjoy your week! ~Rhonda

stamps: MFT - You're got Mail; SSS - Sending Happy Thougths
paper: Gina K - pure white; Pink Paislee Pen Pals; Hobby Lobby - vellum; PTI - Raspberry Fizz
ink: Memento - Black Tuxedo; Versamark
other: MFT - Pierced Oval Stax; Sewing machine; Ranger - Rouge embossing powder
Copic Markers: B34, C3, R29, E 27, YG17, T1

Hello My Friend



I had some arrows left over from this card and decided they would be perfect for accenting a tag. The space above the tag needed to be filled for balance. I went with twine that I "painted" so it would hold its shape. 


I hope you have a great day. I headed out for a day with Phoebe Comfort Dog to visit some hospitals.

Hello My Friend card
stamps: PTI - Sketched Shapes, Simply Framed
ink: PTI - Tropical Teal
paper: MME - Stella and Rose - Mabel; PTI - Orange Zest, Aqua Mist
other: PTI - Get to the Point, Tag Sale #7; The Twinery - Mandarin; Tattered Angels - Champagne Glitter Paint

Sending Prayers & Love



I finally decided to sign up for the Simon Says Stamp card kits. Sending Happy Mail is my first. So many cute products. I have high hopes that I can use up most of the supplies before the next kit arrives. The August kit was revealed today!

My first card focuses on hearts. I wasn't sure if I would like the puffy stickers but was pleasantly surprised.


The next card is perfect for popping in the mail. I used glossy accents on the small heart. Just enough shine!


Sending Prayers & Love card
stamps: SSS - Sending Happy Thoughts
paper: Pink Paislee - Pen Pals; Vellum; PTI - Stamper's Select White
ink: Versamark
other: PTI - Limitless Layers "hearts"; Pink Paislee - Pen Pals puffy stickers; Zing embossing powder - Rouge

hello card
stamps: SSS - Sending Happy Thoughts
paper: PTI - Stamper's Select White
ink: SSS - Lipstick Red; PTI - Enchanted Evening
other: glossy accents on heart

Hello + stencils



Just popping in quickly to share another card. Stencils + distress inks = easy!


I think this is my favorite stencil that I've used.Can't wait to try it with modeling paste. Make it a great day! ~Rhonda

Hello card
stamps:PTI - Sweet Spring
ink: Tim Holtz - Fired Brick, Salty Ocean
paper: PTI - Enchanted Evening; Strathmore Watercolor Paper
other: PTI - Wonderful Words; Crafter's Workshop - Mini Love Beads

Happy Birthday America and Reed




O what a beautiful day it is!!! We are celebrating Independence Day and my oldest son's birthday. We are participating in a neighborhood parade and eating lots of great food. What are you doing today??


Wear some red, white, and blue! Enjoy the day. ~Rhonda

happy 4th card
stamps: PTI - Est. 1776
ink: Tim Holtz - Salty Ocean; MFT - Wild Cherry; Versamark
paper: PTI - Stamper's Select White
other: PTI Seeing Stars die, Wonderful Words, By the Number, Suffix Style, Rustic Burlap Impression Plate; Ranger - Clear Embossing Powder

Happy Birthday card
stamps: PTI - Est. 1776, Framed, Be Happy
ink: Tim Holtz - Salty Ocean; MFT - Wild Cherry; Versamark
paper: PTI - Stamper's Select White
other: PTI - Seeing Stars; Ranger - White embossing powder



Destination



Are you traveling over the holiday weekend? I made this card a couple of weeks ago and was left with the inside of the simply framed die. I know I'm not the only one who hangs on to all the pieces that cover my desk.


The sentiments in this set are really nice. I hope everyone that is scrapbooking remembers to look for Destination in their stamp sets. Enjoy! ~Rhonda

Destination card
stamps: PTI - Destination
paper: Studio Calico - Abroad; PTI - Kraft; MME - Happy Day
ink: PTI - Smokey Shadow; Memento - Tuxedo Black
other: PTI - Simply Framed die; Tim Holtz - tiny attacher


Dr. Seuss Coin Purse


 

While cruisin' the dollar aisle at Target I found this cute Dr. Seuss bag. I don't know the name of the material but it feels kind of like vinyl. I thought it would be cute cut up for little coin purses. 


 I used pieces from the handle to create the tab for the metal ring.



My original intent was to give this to a small child but I had found when working with Phoebe Comfort Dog that I couldn't carry a purse so I put my ID and some cash in the coin purse and attached it to my lanyard. It worked like a charm and even started a few conversations with children who loved Dr. Seuss books. You can see me wearing it here when we were in Arkansas after the tornadoes that hit in April.



I even made a larger one for all of Phoebe's hospital ID badges that she wears. Phoebe has so much stuff in her blue bag that having the bright Dr. Seuss pouch in easy to locate.

 

I need to make several more as other handlers are requesting them.~Rhonda

Dr. Seuss coin purse
material: Target Dollar Spot tote bag
other: PTI - Coin Purse die; Zippit 4" zipper; floss for sewing; stash d-ring 
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Life is full of interesting pieces. I am grateful that I can combine my love of stamping, organization, and DIY projects.

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