Some of you might have seen this set at Simon Says Stamp yesterday. It uses the gorgeous Pointed Feathers dies from the new Simon Says Stamp STAMPtember® release :) I fell in love with these graphic beauties as soon as I saw them LOL.
The set repeats the use of the feathers through a card, gift bag, gift card envelope and napkin tie. The repetition of elements and colours creates a lovely matching set :) I cut the feathers from Copic x-press it blending card and inked them with Distress Inks before dotting them with some white enamel accents.
For the label I used the Be stamp set. I really like how the overlapped sentiment turned out. The ‘thankful’ nestles so beautifully into the ‘BE’. The black Hemptique twine (my favourite) added a nice contrast.
The gift bag is cut from a piece of 17cm x 23cm Bazzill card and scored along the long side at 4, 11, 15 and 22 cm and along the short side at 3 and 13 cm. If you’ve not made gift bags like these before I explain a little more in this post.
An alternative to a gift bag would be a gift card and this new Gift Card Envelope die is seeing a lot of use already! I live away from family and also as the children got older gift cards are very useful!
Finally I made a little ribbon napkin tie too.
I will be back tomorrow with another look at some of the new STAMPtember® products and then on Wednesday I will be hopping along with the most fabulous group of designers – always love a Simon hop!
Supplies: Stamps – Simon Says Stamp be; Dies – Simon Says Stamp pointed feathers, gift card envelope, Memory Box classic tags, Wplus9 timeless tags2; Card – Simon Says Stamp white woodgrain card stock, Bazzill candy necklace, Copic x-press it blending card; Inks – Versafine smokey gray, Distress Inks tumbled glass, broken china, peacock feathers, mustard seed, spiced marmalade; Twine – Hemptique black; Ranger white enamel accents