Do you love to send Happy Mail? I absolutely love to send Happy Mail to my crafty friends. I was able to mass produce these cards and envelopes in no time using the Random Envelope Stencil, Special Delivery, Funny Mail 3, Happy Mail, Octagon Dies, Card Mat Dies, and Scallop Rectangle Dies 2. I first started out using the stencil onto some white heavy weight cardstock using a dome brush and Dye inks. I love these colors, they remind me so much of Spring. I then die cut some stitched rectangles from my stenciled backgrounds .
I then used the octagon dies using some left over scraps from my stenciled pieces and some Kraft paper for my layers. I stamped and embossed the sentiment and glued my octagon layers together with a stamped and heat embossed envelope. I added matching heart images that I stamped with the coordinating matching ink and added some sparkle. I then added hemp twine bows and clear sparkling sequins from Pretty Pink Posh. I glued my panels onto Scalloped kraft rectangles, and then to A2 top folding card bases. I thought it was fun to stamp and heat emboss the envelopes too.
Jaded Blossom Products Used: Random Envelope Stencil, Special Delivery, Funny Mail 3, Happy Mail, Octagon Dies, Card Mat Dies, and Scallop Rectangle Dies 2