Hey there crafters!
I’m sure you have seen the tiny M sized stamps, right? They are just $2.95, and are PERFECT little things! In today’s installment of the Modville My Crush book cards, I used the My Happy stamp set. Like I said, it’s only $2.95, and works great for guys or girls! Let’s take a look, shall we?
I LOVE this card! It was one of the last cards that I did, and used up some of the smaller ‘extra’ pieces to make the banners. On all of the other cards, you won’t see the holes in the pages for the book, but, this card I kept the holes, not that you can see them! Can you guess where?
If you guessed under the baker’s twine, you were right! I used the holes to weave the twine through, to give a nice thick ‘line’ of twine at the top, then I tied a knot in it. I LOVE how it turned out!! Now, in this picture, you can see that it has that silver in it. That’s the part that I took out from yesterday’s truck card.
Now, on this stamp, there is a heart between the two lines on the bottom. I wanted something a little different, so I decided to use one of the White enamel stars, just to set it on top of it. And, as you can see, it covered it perfectly! (it made it seem a bit better to give as a ‘guy’ card . . . I’m all about making a bunch of guy cards with this book!)
This is another super simple card! I used the My Happy stamp and white daisy ink. Then I just added a bit of glacier extra thick twine to give it a pop of color! I could easily have left that off too, and it would still be a great card!
What do you think? Both good cards for guys?
Supplies needed for these cards:
Modville My Crush Book
My Happy Stamp
Neutral Baker’s Twine
Archival Black Ink (retiring at the end of August!)
White Daisy Craft Ink
White Daisy Card Base & Envelope Value Pack
White Enamel Stars
Glacier Extra Thick Twine
Remember, June 30th (today!) is the last day to get your free stamp! When you purchase your My Crush book and it’s matching assortment, you will get the coordinating stamp set for free!
So, what do you think? Do you like the Glacier twine? Let me know in the comments!