Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Mini cards - Gift set


Here I am with with little different these are small cards.

I usually make 5*7 cards. I like that size and I am comfortable too.
Sometimes make 5.5*4.25. But this set is of mini cards. All card measure 3*3.5 and I loved them all. They will make a nice gift for someone.

Set 1 - Made these two with Altenew stamp set.

Set 2 - Used Wplus9 Anenemones

Set 3 - Used pattern paper with stamped sentiment from Sizzix and Your next stamp

Set 4 - Pattern paper with die cut sentiment from Paper tray ink

Set 5 - With Tim holtz stencil and Altenew sentiment and PTI die cut

Set 6 - With SSS stamp

Set 7 - SSS stamp n die

Entering this card to

CAS(E) this sketches

Set 8 - SSS die n Wplus9 stamp

Set 9 - Stampendous stamp



Altenew - Label love, Vintage flower, Beautiful day,

Wplus9 - Water coloured anemones

PTI - Big hugs

Your next stamp - What not sentiments

SSS - Locking hearts

Inks - SSS, Wplus9, Versafine,

Mama elephant - In my heart

PTI - Wet paint cut - 5

Tim holtz - Gothic, Flourish


Entering all these cards to

Ranganjali - June challenge

Addicted to stamps and more

Penny black - Flower power

STAMPlorations - CAS challenge

SSS monday challenge

STAMPlorations - June challenge

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  1. So many beautiful cards in one place, sure is an eye treatment :). Loved them all for their simplicity, design and that orange colour rocks.

  2. What beautiful and cheery cards! Love the bright colors and simple designs, Swapna! Thanks so much for joining our Monday challenge at Simon Says Stamp!

  3. What a lovely set of cards, and the colors are simply fabulous Swapna, thanks for sharing with us at ATSM.

  4. Lovely card!
    Thank you for sharing at
    Penny Black and more;-))m

  5. You were in overdrive here! So many lovely cards.
    So pleased you joined us at STAMPlorations. :)

  6. Beautiful cards .... Thank you for playing along with the STAMPlorations CAS challenge xx

  7. GREAT collection of cards! Wow! Love them all - and super impressed!
    Thanks for sharing over at ATSM! :)