Hello there, thanks for stopping by my blog, and welcome if this is your first visit!
For those that follow the Crafty Hippy Homestead, I have some lovely news. Just over a week ago Mr Hippy popped the question! We had a traditional Handfasting back in May, and now we plan to tie-the-knot officially. Date has yet to be announced but we're anticipating some time in 2018.
He gave me a beautiful Aquamarine and (conflict-free) diamond ring. I'm such a lucky girl.
So I thought I would share a card on the subject of love this morning! It seemed apt.
I have created this card using the Love You Lots stamp set (available in Clear Mount or Wood Mount). This is one of our Hostess stamp sets and can only be purchased with Stampin' Rewards. Stampin' Rewards are a percentage of the amount that you've spent, and are given to you when you spend £150+ in one order. They can be used to redeem these special Hostess stamp sets, or you can spend them on anything you like in the catalogue. The Hostess sets are typically much cheaper than the other sets in the catalogue, so you get a lot with your rewards.
The Love You Lots stamp set looks like this:
It is such a darling set and has been very popular with my customers.
I have used it a lot to create some really cute cards and projects - it is perfect for using in softer colours for all those children and baby cards.
There are other Hostess stamp sets available but I think this has to be my favourite.
I used bold colours for my card as it is so Clean and Simple (CAS) - Emerald Envy for the frog and Real Red for the hearts. To stamp the hearts I used a stamp from another set, but you could actually draw hearts with a marker if you don't have a heart stamp to hand.
I made this card to say to Mr Hippy I love you lots and I'm so happy to have you in my life 💗
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