Hello! I'm happy to be here today sharing some fun projects using the new "Little Things" set from the Precious Remembrance Shop! It has a lot of fun and unique sentiments that are useful for so many types of cards! I've already got a few more ideas I can't wait to share with you during my "Tuesday Ideas" installments!
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This new set comes with an awesome swiss dot image, which you can see I put to good use. It looks like ribbon or washi tape and the sky is the limit with the ways you can implement it! It was begging to be stamped in a diagonal rainbow, so that it where I began my design!
I used the awesome Memento inks that I received for the Imagine Crafts collaboration blog hop last week. I love how crisp they stamp and the shades of pigment. I used my MISTI and MISTI corners to get the diagonal stripes the way I wanted them. It was so easy to stamp this background quickly!
The triangle image is stamped in the middle in black for some added interest. I spaced the stripes just enough so that I could stamp a few of the included sentiments in the spaces here and there! I really like the contrast it gives!
The circle images are heat embossed using gold powder (also from Imagine) and then punched using a 1 inch circle punch. I popped them up using foam squares. I also created a little tag to accent the Flat Kraft paper bag. It uses all of the same images as the card, but I also added a sweet little button!
The tag is attached with a striped orange clip that gives just the right amount of juxtaposition from the dots. I also added a few gold sequins to the card for some shine and added interest. Don't forget to head to the other designers blogs for their projects! Thanks for fluttering by!