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Today I am sharing a tiny card (3″x3″) that I created using some products that I bought at the i {heart} papers store…I used patterned papers from a 6×6 paper pad collection called Be Different by Fancy Pants, and cute stamp set called You are a Hoot by Lawn Fawn (along with its matching dies.) That owl is super cute, don’t you think?Additionally I used a sentiment by Paper Smooches (Word Salad), wiggly eyes and Glossy Accents over the sentiment (I love Glossy Accents!

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The set that I used for my card is a Holiday set called Love You a Latte by Lawn Fawn.The set includes six sentiments, among them a “thanks” sentiment.I love when you can buy versatile stamp sets that you can use in more than one way.With this set, you can make Holiday, or Thanks , or Love cards🙂 I begun this project by making a card base, and then, I covered the front of it with a striped patterned paper that belongs to a collection called Simple Life Dots & Stripes by Echo Park.Next, I stamped the images with Memento Tuxedo Black onto a white panel, and I colored the images with Copic markers.

I also added some glitter little details, as well as Glossy Accents. I am back today to share a simple card using a Lawn Fawn stamp set called Fly Free… Just a button threaded with hemp cord as the only embellishment🙂 Believe it or not, sometimes is hard to keep it clean and simple🙂 I also want to share today about a little project that you can easily make at home.Then, I made a panel from black card stock (3.75″ x 5″) and die-cut a 2.75″ circle to create a window. perfect for the Inspiration theme of the month🙂 I used two patterned papers included in an Amy Tangerine 6×6 paper pad collection called Ready Set Go by American Crafts. As you have noticed before, I love using pearls, gems and enamel dots on my projects…I placed this panel on top of the stamped white panel with foam tape. and I have many of them (I think I have an addiction here) Well, keeping them in their original clear bag is impossible, at least for me. One time I had the “brilliant idea” of keeping all of them inside a plastic container, without the bag… my idea was not so brilliant because they end up very messy…Finally I adhered the panel to the front card, and I tie on black bakers twine… with fibers and little pieces of paper all over them😦 After my own brain storm, I thought that the inexpensive photo albums that you can find almost anywhere are just perfect for my favorite embellishments…The best part is that you can give them your personal touch.The covers can easily be changed so, I created my own covers with patterned paper. and this is how it looks my handy dandy Embellishment Keeper🙂 Inside, I got rid of the clear bags of my embellishments , and I only kept the name of the manufacturer , just in case I need the ñame as a reference.