Jul 19, 2018

Sealed With A Kiss!

Happy Thursday everyone! It's Rosie here today sharing this cute gift card envelope featuring Lawn Fawn stamps and dies! I am a mom of one son and I'm always looking for quick and easy projects for teacher gifts. While this particular project is more lovey dovey, it can easily be adapted to a teacher theme!

The links to all of the products used from the Dies R Us Store are shown below. Here is a step-by-step of how I created this envelope.

The first step in making this was to pick out paper with a pattern on both sides. This makes for a cuter, decorated inside and outside. I used the Lawn Fawn Stitched Heart Envelope Die to cut out the large heart shape.

After folding on the scored lines, I cut out the heart and glued just the top of the heart to the folded flap.

Underneath the heart I added double stick tape so it can be sealed later.

  To decorate the front of the envelope I pulled out Lawn Fawn Sealed With A Kiss. Aren't these seals adorable?! And the best part......no coloring! I just stamped them on light gray cardstock, cut them out, and then used Black Soot Distress Ink around the edges.

After stamping the sentiment, I doodled around the edge of the rectangle and then added enamel dots. The seals and M'WAH speech bubble are raised on foam squares.

The envelope needed a gift card so I grabbed one from my purse to show that they fit perfectly in the heart envelope.

Here are the Dies R Us products used:

Thermoweb 3D Foam Squares

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Have an AWESOME Thursday!

1 comment:

  1. Awww what a sweet idea ... just precious! Love the papers you chose and what a fabulous design ... will have to remember this! Thanks for inspiration Rosemary!


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