Happy Is . . .

Hey Crafters!

Today we have the last 2 cards in the Modville My Crush Book Card series. I hope you have enjoyed them so far! I know I had a blast making them!

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This was a fun and simple card to make. The set that I used for both of these cards, Happy Everything, benefits Operation Smile (the group that helps give children with cleft lip and cleft palate surgeries, to help them survive and live a fuller life.

I stamped the banner first, and then thought it would be great to have the little bee with his dashy line on there too. (Did you notice, it’s a scrap from the Truck and Birthday cards from the other day!) It’s a simple card, that can be used for so very many reasons!

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I used two layers of foam tape in the middle of the banner, and used my fingers to make the curves. The front end was glued directly down to the paper, as was the end. I made sure to flip up the ends just a smidge before glueing them down, to add even more dimension! Then I added the triangle durable stud for some fun texture.

The next card, I did more stamping than on any other card. (probably more than on all of them combined, actually!)

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I used the triangle stamp (already in a line) to stamp the background on this card, in Desert Sand Ink. I used the little smidge of the blue paper to give it just a pop of color.

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The sentiment was also stamped in Desert Sand, to keep with the same color scheme.

Supplies needed for these cards:
Modville My Crush Book
Happy Everything
Foam Tape
Triangle Durable
Archival Black Ink (retiring at the end of August!)
Liquid Glass
White Daisy Card Base & Envelope Value Pack
Desert Sand Ink

So, which was your favorite card overall? There are 14 of them to choose from! Like I said yesterday, I used only 7 pages from the book, and have plenty of left over paper, I could probably get another 3-4 cards from it, without having to add any other cardstock!

Now, keep an eye out for all those fireworks! It’s been super dry in the Pacific Northwest, so be very careful!!

Until next time!

~ Michelle

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