Friday, January 24, 2014

Two new Scrappy Moms Stamps sets - Farm Fresh & Tiny Treasures!

Hello, everyone!  :)

I am so excited to share my 1st project for Scrappy Moms Stamps Jan release!





I created this gift card holder in MTC and used the darling little cow from Miss Kate Cuttables.  The file cuts the base and the overlays (the patterned paper on the front and the white layers inside).  I used Basic Grey's magnetic snaps to keep the card closed.  They are under the white layers on the inside so you can't see them.  Finally, I used a sentiment from our new Farm Fresh stamp set on the outside and a sentiment from Birthday Hugs for the inside.

Here is the full Farm Fresh set and the 2nd set being released this month, Tiny Treasures...



I hope you like my little gift card holder and that you will come back this week for more new projects using these two new sets.  Be sure to visit all the SMS Design Team for new projects, including the January Guest Designer - Missy from Quick Chick Designs!

{{{ HUGS }}}

8 comments:

Cricut Chick said...

OMG! This is so adorable Melanie!

Julie
Simply Silhouette
aka: Cricut Chick

bonnie said...

Oh what a cutie....love your gift card holder that is so cute too! :) Hugs x

LuvScrappingTogether said...

Love this, Mel!! The gift card holder is fabulous! ~hugs, Saundra

scrappy critters said...

I absolutely love this little cow!!!! ❤️Tammy

readysetstamp said...

This is so cute! That cow is precious!!! A hidden magnetic strip??!!! Genius!!! I am so scraplifting that!! :0) XOXO, Julie. :0)

Creative M said...

Too darn cute!!
Have a wonderful day,
Migdalia
Crafting With Creative M

Sukie said...

The cow is the most adorable thing ever, love the fun sentiment and the hidden gift card! Such a creative card!

Creative Crafts Niche said...

OMJ!! (Oh MY Jeepers). This card is super cute. I love it. It's such a boy card. I love boy cards. It's nice to see boy cards amongst all the girly crafty stuff. Thanks for sharing sweetie. Have a blessed day! Lots of hugs ~Lourdes

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