Hello everyone! I have another card to show you using the Bravo stamp set. I got this card in a card swap and unfortunately I no longer know who I swapped with, if you know who, let me know so I can give credit. I just loved the way the sequin shaker area was made, and the fun star stencil. Sorry for the photo, it is so hard to photograph the acetate, you can see a reflection of my phone on the card :)
These stencils have been on my shelf for a long time and sat unused :( I sort of forgot about them. I was so happy to have used them because they are super easy to work with. I used a sponge dauber on my project but you can also use a spritzer.
I also added some stars to the flap of the envelope!
I used washi tape on three sides of the main image panel (2 by 4 inches in coastal cabana and another cut from a window sheet) and added some of the soon to be retired In-color sequins. (hint - look for new sequin collections in the upcoming new catalog!)
Another fun detail I liked on this card was the notch cut from a circle punch. I always had a hard time putting a card with bakers twine into the envelope because the twine would move and not want to go into the envelope. This is a brilliant way to keep the twine in place and fit into the envelope nice and easy.
Super fun right? I thought so too!
Thanks for stopping by!
The papers and bakers twine colors I used here are being retired, but you can have fun making up your own color combinations!