Friday, October 16, 2015

Happy New Home Cards and Gift Tag

Hey there crafty friends! 
I've only got a few minutes here to share, but it's been a few days since I've jumped on here to show you anything, I didn't want to wait until I had "time"! 
We never have enough time to do it all, do we? 

Some dear friends of ours recently moved into a new home and they needed some cards to send out their new address to family and friends. I was so honored when she asked me to create them! 

Here are the finished cards and envelopes: 

I have a complete supply list at the bottom of the post for you and since this card is super simple, I don't think you need directions for it - ya'll are GOOD! 
The card is a standard size 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" folded/finished and fits the Medium envelope. 

Here's a close up of the tag I created for the card box:

I love the color scheme - it's light and welcoming and warm all rolled into one. And it has a touch of red.
My Mom always said that a 'finished' room has a touch of red in it somewhere and the red in this ensemble just makes it! 

 Here's the supply list for you: (The Home for the Holidays stamp set is retired, but was perfect for this commission)

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As always, just click on any one of the thumbnail photos to shop in my Online Store. All of the products are linked there! 

Thanks so much for visiting today! 
I assembled these cards live on Periscope today and had a fun chat with some of my viewers. You can still catch the replay if you have the Periscope App and follow me - @trinitydesign95
I broadcast several times during the week, so be sure to check it out! 
What kind of stamping/crafting would you like to see me do live during a broadcast? I'd love your suggestions in the comments!

Almost forgot! 
HUGE Stamp Set Sale Coming on Monday from Stampin' Up! 
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It's only for a week, so you'll have to act fast.
Have your wish lists READY!

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