If you need a quick handmade Congratulations card, the Happiness Abounds stamp set by Stampin’ Up! is a great choice! The floral images and gorgeous sentiment fonts in this stamp set make creating simple handmade card designs easy!
If you need a quick congratulations card, look no further than the Happiness Abounds stamp set. With its beautiful line-art floral images that are perfect for coloring and the gorgeous fonts used on the sentiments, you can use this stamp set to build an elegant floral bouquet. You can stamp these images on Designer Series Paper or use your favorite coloring tool to add the color you want.
Here’s how I made this card in just a few easy steps:
- Basic White: 5-1/2” x 8-1/2”, scored at 4-1/4” and 3” x 4-3/4”
- Hues of Happiness Paper: 3-3/4” x 5-1/2”
1. Fold the Basic White cardstock in half at the scoreline and burnish well with your Bone Folder.
2. Adhere the Hues of Happiness paper onto the card base.
3. Using the 3” x 4-3/4” Basic White cardstock, stamp the floral image 3 times using So Saffron ink.
4. Stamp the leaves around the stamped flowers using Pear Pizzazz ink.
5. Using a sponge dauber, tap softly onto the So Saffron ink pad – you want very little ink on the dauber. Lightly sponge a small amount of ink on different parts of the 3 flowers to add some depth.
6. Stamp the sentiment onto the Basic White cardstock using the Black Memento ink pad.
7. Layer the cardstock onto the card base.
8. Adhere 3 of the Daffodil Delight Glossy Dots in various sizes onto the card as desired to finish.
Supplies Used on this Project
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