Happy Celebrations Mini Card

Today’s project is a quick & easy mini 3×3 card featuring Stampin’ Up!’s Happy Celebrations stamp set!

I’m having one of those weeks where all I have time for are quick & easy projects! I hope you don’t mind (smile). I really love the patterns and sentiments in the Happy Celebrations stamp set! This paint brush pattern is perfect for a quick mini card. I grabbed a few colors I thought would go well together and just started stamping! I stamped-off once for all 3 colors of Rich Razzleberry, Wild Wasabi, and Marina Mist. The sentiment is stamped in Basic Black and then I added a little ink splatter with a Rich Razzleberry Stampin’ Write Marker. The final touch is a Wild Wasabi heart enamel shape. I’ll add this mini card to my purse stash to be ready at a moment’s notice to give it to someone.

Thank you for stopping by today! I’m doing my happy dance today, because as a demonstrator I get to pre-order from the AMAZING new Holiday Catalog – yay! Stay tuned for some samples coming your way! I hope you have a wonderful and blessed day!

  • Marina Mist card base – 3″ x 6″, scored and folded at 3″ (or folded in half)
  • Wild Wasabi layer – 2-3/4″ x 2-3/4″
  • Whisper White layer – 2-5/8″ x 2-5/8″
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About Julie DiMatteo

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One thought on “Happy Celebrations Mini Card

  1. I love following your blog, Julie. Your mini card in today’s post appears to be quick……and it’s a chic little card. Love the colors! How do you achieve the “splatter” using a Stampin’ Write marker? I’m clueless! Thanks in advance! Susan

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