And, for my first post of 2022, I am sharing the Gumball Greetings Bundle.
Too, the Gumball Greetings Bundle can be found in my online store and the new SU! Jan-June 2022 Mini Catalog. Also, the bundle consists of the Gumball Greetings Stamp set and coordinating Gumball Machine Dies. Yes, I used it for a birthday card but it’s suitable for Valentine’s Day, Special Days and Anniversaries.
Before I share more about the Gumball Greetings Suite, let me share a few updates.
First, I am still taking registrations for my Product Shares from the new catalog. More information can be found here.
And, second, two new catalogs go LIVE today-Jan-June 2022 Mini and Sale-A-Bration. What’s SAB you may ask? SAB (Sale-A-Bration) lasts from January 4th-February 28th. Too, with every $50 order, (before taxes, S/H costs), you’ll get a free item out of the SAB catalog. Also, host a $300 workshop and you’ll get the free Calming Camellia set. Some items are limited and may run out before the promotion ends, so be sure to shop early.
Recipe for Gumball Greetings Bundle card-
For this card, I used one of my favorite color combos, again-red and black. (But, it has nothing to do with my favorite SEC team winning the recent play-offs). And, I will try to work with other color combos for awhile. So to begin, I made a card base with Real Red cardstock. Next, I added a layer of Pattern Party DSP (Annual Catalog Hostess item) to it.
Too, I used Memento Tuxedo Black ink to stamp all my images onto cardstock (Real Red and Basic White) And, I used the dies found in the Gumball Greetings Bundle to cut out the images. Also, I did not stamp the machine metal plate but cut it out of Smokey Slate cardstock. Afterwards, I adhered the images together and adhered to the card front.
After using black ink to stamp the sentiment onto Basic White cardstock, I cut it out with the Stitched Rectangle Dies. And, after adhering it to the card, I added a bow made with Baker’s Twine.
Finally, I decided to use a generic circle punch with cardstock (Real Red, Basic Black and Smokey Slate) to cut out the gumballs. Afterwards, I adhered them inside the gumball machine.
For the inside, I used black ink to stamp a greeting from The Best Year stamp set onto Basic White cardstock. Next, I cut out the layer with the Stitched Rectangle Dies. Then, I added some gumballs beside the sentiment. Finally, I adhered the layer to the inside of the card.
I enjoyed sharing the Gumball Greetings Bundle with you. It’s a fun set to have in the craft room.
Card Base-8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches, scored at 4 1/4 inches-Real Red cardstock
Patterned Layer-4 x 5 1/4 inches-Pattern Party DSP
Inside Layer-3 1/2 x 4 3/4 inches-Basic White cardstock (cut with the Stitched Rectangles dies)