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Chunky Monkey Crafts: Sealed with a Kiss

Hello, good to see you have popped over to the blog. I am up on Chunk Monkey Craft Blog today with another fabulous CAS card.  I do love to make a clean and simple card! Of course, I used a stamp from Chunky Monkey Crafts to finish the card off. This is from another stamp set called ‘Sealed with a Kiss’ and this retails at £6.99 for this A6 stamp set. Again, for today’s card, I created a Happy Birthday card, which I aimed for a more masculine/unisex style. I needed to make my dad a card, and thought this would be great!

Sealed with a Kiss card details

To start off, you will want to heat emboss a striped pattern onto some grey cardstock – the stamp I used was from Concord & 9th ‘Hooray’ set. Once heat set, trim this down and round off the edges with a corner punch. Next, apply silver Tonic Nuvo Embellishment mousse with a palette knife to a Kraft card panel and allow this to dry.

Mount the card panel onto a white card base and allow for a small border all around. Next, foam mount the heat embossed panel onto the card and offset this from the embellishment mousse. For the sentiment, you will want to die cut a sentiment several times and layer these up – this is the ‘Happy’ die from Lawn Fawn. In addition, stamp and emboss a secondary sentiment onto a piece of white card and trim down to size. With both parts of the sentiment ready, adhere to the card and add white Tonic Nuvo drops as embellishments.

As I mentioned, I also used a couple of stamps from the ‘Sealed with a Kiss’ set from Chunky Monkey Crafts. I added one to the back of the card beneath my logo sticker and felt this sentiment was very apt as my cards are made with love. In addition, I also added a sentiment to the back of the envelope and loved how this turned out!

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About Me

Hi, I am Verity and I live in the UK.  I love to create beautiful projects whenever I can. My main passion lies with Papercrafting, however, I will always turn my hand to a new project or craft any chance I get.


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