Friends, are you ready to share your homemade goodies with friends, family, and neighbors? Well, Papertrey Ink has the perfect product collections you need to put the finishing touches to your treats and present them with sophistication and style.
My card pairs Bite Size Tags stamps with Too Hot To Handle stamps and dies.
I’m going to a cookout tonight and was asked to bring a dish. PERFECT! I can add this to the top of the bowl and present it to the hostess! I’m picking up a pretty decorative bowl (hopefully with a lid) and adding my goodies inside. Then, I’ll take this card to the top of the lid.
I’m sure that will add a special touch.
To start, I stamped the circle outline and utensils image into a pattern on the guidelines cardstock (retired Papertrey Ink paper – sorry, but this can totally be done on plain old white cardstock too). Bite Size Tags has so many images and stamping pattern building options, so please don’t think because you don’t typically make anything to give that this stamp set isn’t for you, because it’s full of lots of images that are great for many occasions, not to mention the basic designs that coordinate with the dies you can use for tags.
Next, I die cut one of the Bite Size Tags dies. I added the reinforcer and stamped the sentiment and heart.
Then I die cut the oven mitts on white cardstock, stamped the dotted diamond pattern, 3-cluster dots, and ink blended the edges.
Ink: Soft Stone, Smokey Shadow, Raspberry Fizz, Pale Peony
Cardstock: White , Gridlines (retired), Soft Stone
Other: Raspberry Fizz saddle stitch ribbon (retired)