Let’s Go Fly A Kite!!!

Fly A Kite, www.LaurasStampPad.com

…..Up to the highest height. Let’s Go Fly A Kit!!! Come on….you are all signing it, right? Ahhh Mary Poppins! It reminds me of being a kid and listening to the story and songs on my Mom’s record player. ๐Ÿ™‚

For this card, I used a Crushed Curry card base and then layered on a piece of Whisper White (3-3/4″ x 5″). I stamped the greeting from the Greatest Greetings Stamp Set in Elegant Eggplant Ink in the bottom right corner. Then I cut Elegant Eggplant in 2-3/4″ x 3-3/4″ and Whisper White 2-1/2″ x 3-1/2″. I layered them together and added them to the card front on Stampin’ Dimensionals! For the kite, I stamped the image from the Swirly Bird Stamp Set onto scrap paper. I used Elegant Eggplant and I stamped the solid image off once for a lighter look but if you would like a bold kit, go for it! I cut out the kite, laid the Crushed Curry Baker’s Twine on the back and placed a Dimensional on top! Add a few more Dimensionals to even it out and place it on your card front! I stamped the little bows on scrap paper and fussy cut them out as well. I added them to the twine with a Fine Tip Glue Pen. If you didn’t want to do the fussy cutting on the little bows, there is a string in the Swirly Bird Stamp Set so you could always stamp the string and stamp the bows on top of it for a similar look! Minus the fussy cutting, it’s a fairly quick and simple card and could be used for lots of different occasions!

I am loving the Swirly Bird Bundle and the endless amounts of images you can create. You can check out a few more here and here and here!!!

Don’t forget that you can earn $5 Bonus Bucks with every $50 order this month!!! Then you can use that $5 on anything you want from August 2nd – 31st! It’s like Stampin’ Up knows August is my Birthday month!!! ๐Ÿ™‚ Starting shopping here!

Happy Stampin’


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