I made this card today using the stamp set The Renaissance* from the Angel Company. I stamped the rose image on vanilla cardstock and colored it in with Prismacolor colored pencils. (The absolute best colored pencils.) Then I cut it out, layered it on patterned cardstock from K and Company. I stamped the image once more, colored it and cut out just the rose blossom. I adhered it with Pop Dots over the original rose to give the card some added dimension.
It’s a lovely card that can be used for a variety of occasions… birthdays, thinking of you, thank you, just because.
*To purchase this set or any other great items from The Angel Company, click the link above to be directed to my secure TAC website.
My Valentine’s Day stamp camp is scheduled for this afternoon and here is a sneak peek of the table favor for each attendant.
I used an empty plastic clam shell that The Angel Company packages their stamp sets in. I always have so many of these empty cases lying around so I thought I would recyle them and make these simple treat boxes. I was inspired by a similar treat box that my upline Marisa Alvarez showed me last year. I used the retired TAC stamp set Heart-itude, filled it with heart shaped red hots and tied a ribbon around the box. Supper simple!
Not only will my guests receive this sweet filled box, they will also receive a complimentary copy of the new magalogue from The Angel Company, Serendipity!