Welcome

Stampendous Blog Star Melinda Gleissner, made this Welcome card for her neighbor. This would even be perfect for the person in your family or friend coming home from a call of duty overseas. What if you colored the houses to look like your own neighborhood.

Here’s what Melinda says about her card:

I found myself needing a welcome card for a new neighbor this week so I went upstairs and did my favorite thing…rummage through my stamps. To my surprise, I don’t really have a stamp set made specifically for this purpose. With a little creativity and my bin of Stampendous stamps, I was able to create this card. The images are from an adorable set called Holiday Home Perfectly Clear Stamps. If you like to create scenes when you stamp, this is the perfect Holiday set for you. It has pine trees, a horse-drawn sleigh, wreaths and the cutest snowman ever.



As for the sentiment, it’s from a Stampendous set called Baby Invite. You guessed it, very cute animals and any word needed to create perfect baby shower invitations, thank you cards or baby announcements. I used a sentiment that said, “Welcome Baby” and yes, once again I cut the stamp. Stampendous stamps are made from the highest quality of polymer so with a sharp pair of detail scissors, you get a clean cut every time. As long as you make one cut, you can always go ahead and place the two parts back together on an acrylic block. The next time you make a baby card, no one will ever know the sentiment was cut apart. Thanks for visiting!

Stampendous Supplies:

Holiday Home SSC1067

Baby Invite SSC072 (sentiment)

Other Supplies:

Paper: X-Press It Blending Card, card stock (unknown)

Copics: Y00/Y02/Y08/BG0000/G40/G21/G24/G28/E40/E42/E44/E47/E50/E53/E55/E57

Glossy Accents

Memento Tuxedo Black ink

Card Notes:

Create an A2 card base from cardstock and a mat that is slightly smaller.

Cut a 3.25” x 4.25” panel from X-Press It; cut a slightly larger mat.

Stamp the center house 2xs: once on the X-Press It and once on a piece of scrap paper; fussy-cut the stamped scrap and use as a mask.

Stamp the second house 2xs: once on the X-Press it and once on a piece of scrap paper; fussy-cut the stamped scrap and use as a mask.

Stamp the rest of the scene; color.

Assemble card; add Glossy Accents to windows.

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