Close To My Heart is proud to support Operation Smile, a charitable organization that provides cleft palate surgeries for children in need. (You can learn more HERE.) Did you know that you could round up your order and give your change to Operation Smile? It only takes $240 to change a child's life! This year, the Operation Smile stamp set is Every Bit of Wonderful, and $7 from its sales go to Operation Smile. Join me on this blog hop to show off this pretty set. (If you're already hopping, then you've probably arrived from Michelle's blog. From here, you'll visit Becca's blog next.
On a 3.75"x5" White Daisy cardstock panel, I random stamped floral images in Sapphire to cover the cardstock. I cut the sentiment brackets with my new Simple Brackets Thin Cuts and both the Blue Belle glitter paper and Sapphire cardstock layers with the Fancy Borders die cuts. The sentiment is stamped in Sapphire.
Thanks for letting me share these two card ideas with you. Every CTMH fan needs this stamp set in their collection! Please leave a comment before you hop to the next blog. You won't want to miss the beautiful project that BECCA has on her blog for you!
That first card is terrific - the hexagons create such a petty background.ReplyDelete
I love what you did with the hexagons! What a great card!ReplyDelete
Nice cards! The first one is my favorite!ReplyDelete
Fabulous cards! I really love how you used the hexagon Thin Cuts.ReplyDelete
I really love that first card! I've wanted to do something like this but needed the right inspiration. I think I'll copy every single thing you did, because it's beautiful!ReplyDelete
That first card is just so stunning- I love the hexagons! Thank you for thew inspiration.ReplyDelete
I love all the cards but the first is my favorite! Those hexagons are fantastic!ReplyDelete
Oh so niceReplyDelete
Love the hexagons! Both of your cards are great!ReplyDelete
Your cards are so pretty!ReplyDelete
So PRETTY, Haley!!! I really love the hexagons in the first one and the uncolored images in the 2nd one.ReplyDelete