Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Valentines in White....

Our challenge for this month had several different components... It had to have a Valentine's Day theme, be all white except for the stamped image, and use dry embossing.

Instead of a standard card, I went with a simple way to deliver Valentine's candy.  And boy is this simple to put together, you could crank out tons of these at once.  I used the Heart Lollipop stamp and trimmed off the bow that was on it so I could add a ribbon bow.  I cut a piece of cardstock slightly bigger than my pack of M&M's and a small strip to go around and hold the candy.  I embossed both of them with dots.  Glued the strip to the back and added the lollipops and small bows.

Grab These Goodies:
Serendipity Stamp Heart Lollipop (831QCL)
White Cardstock
Black ink
Copic Markers (E31, R27, R81, and R83)
Glue dots
Dots embossing folder
Narrow White Ribbon

Hop you enjoyed my newest creation, and I'm sure you'll love what my fellow design team members have created below:

And as always don't forget to check out Serendipity Stamps! Mary runs a great site, has great sales, and links to the gallery and blog.


Kathie Bailey said...

Such a fun idea Amy. These would be great for my co-workers.

Jeanne J said...

Hi Amy! What a great idea!! Love the sweet heart stamps with those little bows! Adorable!

Mary Dew Lee said...

Amy - what a great idea! Almost makes me wish my kids were still young enough for school valentine's day parties - almost...You are always SO creative!

Miriam said...

This is too cute Amy! Great idea for Valentines candy.

Jenny Gropp said...

Super cute idea for little treats!
... although I'm craving some M&M's now...