Hello everyone! I hope you had a great weekend! I’d like to share one more set of Lighthouse Point projects with you. In case you missed it, you can find last week’s Lighthouse Point Facebook Friday projects here.
I love the dies in this bundle. I especially love when a die set has some basic labels you can use for sentiments. This set has two. For these cards, I used the label to create a textured background on the card front. I cut a bunch of the larger labels from Starry Sky Cardstock and then glued them down diagonally. I cut them off on the edges to match the edges of the card base. The lighthouse is cut from Basic Black and Basic White Cardstock. I added Starry Sky Dots and Starry Sky Ribbon.
The second card is created in the exact same way. This time, I used Orchid Oasis and before I cut the labels, I stamped the Stacked Stone image. I stamped it in Orchid Oasis ink on Orchid Oasis Cardstock.
I also added a pice of Basic White Cardstock and a strip of the Sun Prints DSP inside each card.
Remember, if you’d like to earn last week’s Make and Takes for free make sure to put in an order ($35 minimum) by August 1, 2022 at midnight. I’ll send you the Make and Takes for FREE! Please make sure you use Host Code D42CDFFV
You will need Lighthouse Point Bundle and Into the Clouds Embossing Folder, or sub what you have, inks and adhesive to complete your projects. I don’t send any prestamped images per Stampin’ Up! policy. I do send most punched and die cut shapes, embellishments and paper.
Your order MUST be in by Monday, Aug. 1, 2022 at midnight! These will ship by Thursday August 4th.
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You probably don’t remember me, but I attended your and Ronda’s Creative Retreat event in San Antonio back in 2019. I’m wondering if you periodically have in person events. If so, I would like to be on your mailing list for them. I am on your regular email list. I love your Facebook lives and watch them every Friday, usually after the live. I love your projects and you are responsible for me buying stamp sets that I wouldn’t have usually bought. That’s not a bad thing. 🙂 I am a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, but my downline is not active at this time due to a sick husband, so I get most of my information from you. Thank you for sharing your talent.
Fondly, Lana Raptoplous (Goodyear, AZ)
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