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My name is Natalie and I love anything to do with card/paper. I have been a papercrafter for many years now and I never get bored playing with all the wonderful products available. I've been married to my wonderful husband Nathan for 35years now and we are still very much in love with each other as the first day we met each other. We have 3 wonderful children and 5 gorgeous grandchildren so we have lots to be thankful for. Since joining Stampin' Up! in 2018 I've grown so much in confidence with myself and I even tackle technology, which for me is a huge step to have taken, but I'm getting there slowly.

Tuesday, 28 July 2020

So much happy on a World of good

Well it's tuesday again and I have a really lovely card for you made using two different bundles. 
It's a very easy to assemble card, and you could do it for many different types of occasion.
So let's get started:

Materials needed:

Seaside spray cardstock

1pc - 14.5cm x 21cm scored on the long side @ 10.5cm  card base
1pc - 10.4cm x 14.4cm for raised Happy layer
1pc - 4cm x 9cm for the Happy cut out letters

Whisper white cardstock

1pc - 10.1cm x 14.1cm for inside of card
1pc - 4.5cm x 15.3cm for the white Happy highlight piece
1pc - 1.5cm x 16cm for the sentiment
Scraps for die cutting elements

Misty moonlight cardstock

1pc - 4cm x 9cm for the Happy cut out letters
Scrap piece for die cutting

World of good dsp

5.5cm x 14.4cm for the piece under the raised Happy

Silver foil sheets

Scrap piece for the die cutting

Card recipe:

1. Cut, score and burnish your card base.
2. Cut your piece of dsp and glue to the base of your card base.

3. Cut and glue your whisper white piece for the inside of your card.
4. Die cut your Happy into the piece that is going to be raised on the front of your card.
Now die cut the Happy into the 2 pieces of card that measure 4cm x 9cm and then carefully using your paper snips detach the letters so they are all seperate from each other. You can now glue these letters into place, leaving a small gap between each row.

5. Now die cut the Happy across the whisper white piece that is going to be glued behind the Seaside spray Happy piece of card.

6. Trim the excess pieces from the sides of the card piece, cut your strip for your sentiment, stamp your sentiment and glue to the front of the card piece using the impression that the die cutting has left as a guide, place dimensionals onto the reverse side of it, now glue to the front of your card base over the top of the dsp piece, which will show through your Happy.
7. Die cut all of your elements out, stamping the ones that are stamped before you die cut them out. Glue them together where necessary. Add a few enamel dots and the card is finished.

Hope you liked the card, please do contact me if you have any questions I will be only too pleased to help you.
Remember that there is still time to get yourself some £4.50 voucher codes to use in August from stamping up with every £45 spend excluding shipping, so if there is anything you want to buy now is a great time to do so. This offer ends 3rd August, vouchers can be redeemed from 4th August - 31st August.

Thanks for taking the time to drop by and have a look at my blog I really do appreciate it.
Take care till next time
Big Crafty Hugs
Natalie x

This is another card I've made using the So much Happy bundle and as you can see it is a whole lot different to the card above, showing that it is quite a versatile and useful bundle to have.

Products used:

JULY host code for orders under £150


  1. Love your card bringing two sets together - a great design too

    1. Thanks Jane it's really lovely to be able to use two sets together gives the sets a whole lot of versatility x

  2. Great card Natalie. Thank you for sharing xx

  3. Thankyou for commenting really appreciate it glad you liked the card x

  4. Wow, fabulous masculine card, it is wonderful to see the different sets combined together showing their versatility :) x