Just Wanted to Say Card …

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Yippee … it’s the weekend and I have a sweet -n- simple card to share with you today using the cutest little snail to mail! And our sweet little snail teamed up with the Many Messages Bundle to send you wishes from a grateful heart …

You know what they say “Teamwork Makes the Dream Work” … these two bundles pair so nicely together (actually the Many Messages stamp set pairs perfectly with any of our stamp sets!) Even the little stars and hearts came from the Many Messages stamp set.

Let’s begin with the soft warm glow behind our friendly little snail … I used the blending brush with Bermuda Bay ink to create an area to highlight our snail. Our snail was created using the dies and cutting from the designer paper… you also have the option of stamping your snail and coloring this little cutie any way you want!!

I have mentioned that the sentiments come from the Many Messages stamp set … a large grouping of sentiments that are stamped all at once, and can also be die cut all at one!! How easy is that …

I like to use my Stamparatus and then stamp multiple colors and create a large collection of sentiments that I can just select at a moments notice. I love to create dimension and texture on my cards so I popped up the sentiments, the snail and the stars and hearts.

These little snails are sure to bring the fun to the party or to let you know how grateful you are for having them in your life… both will bring a smile to your face.

Thank you for stopping by and checking out my blog, I appreciate the company.

Enjoy this beautiful day ~

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