I just wanted to share some projects I made using the “Mosaic Madness” Stamp Set and matching punch. I also used the “Happy Day” stamp set for my sentiments on the card. These were so simple to make. I stamped and punched out the mosaic shapes and then had a bit of fun arranging them in different ways and finished them off with a fun greeting. It is great that the cards could be used for a variety of different reasons.
Don’t forget to stamp on the envelopes!
You can purchase these items separately OR purchase the stamp set and punch as a bundle and receive a 15% discount. That means the clear mount Mosaic Madness bundle is only $54.95. (Click on the image below to visit my online store)
The clear mount Happy Day stamp set is only $29.95
The colours that feature on my cards are from the 2013-2015 collection of In Colours and include baked brown sugar, coastal cabana, crisp cantaloupe, pistachio pudding and strawberry slush…… Delicious names and lovely delicious colours with which to work. You can purchase a pack of A4 cardstock that includes 4 each of the 5 colours for only $11.95
If you need the ink pads as well- you can buy all 5 inks and the cardstock pack in a bundle for $47.95 which is awesome value as the ink pads are normally $9.95 each. You basically get the ink pads at a discount and the pack of cardstock for FREE.
Now if you were interested in these items to recreate my cards then the basics you would need include:- The two stamp sets, the punch and the cardstock pack then your total order would come to $96.85. Seeing as your order would be over $90, you would be entitled to select a FREE item from the sale-a-bration brochure. There are a variety of items you can choose from with some valued at as much as $34.95 and you pick whatever takes your fancy. You can view the FREEBIES in the brochure here
The only other items I used to create my cards were some Whisper White Cardstock, inks. modern mosaic embossing folder and some self adhesive rhinestone jewels. If you had any questions- it would be my pleasure to help you out.
Seeing as I had stamped and punched a variety of mosaic shapes, I decided use the leftover shapes to create a scrapbook page of my adorable daughter. The photo was taken a couple of years ago while on a family holiday.