Welcome to Share it Sunday Blog Hop where demonstrators across the globe share special creativity with you to help you relax and enjoy this day of rest. You are at Candy Rattray, sweetstamper.com and the full list of connected blogs is at the bottom of this post.
Enjoy the Moment is one of many retiring stamp sets (click here for the full list of Last Chance Products) and it's a classic that bears consideration for your stash of crafty supplies. I have a bevy of projects to share with you today to inspire your creativity and help you see the many possibilities for Enjoy the Moment stamp set.
I love nature images for my crafting, and Enjoy the Moment delivers that as well as some really nice greetings. The sale price makes it a must-have! (I do love a good bargain:)
Before I share some scrapbook pages with you featuring Enjoy the Moment stamp set, let me point out a few things about my card which I created for a live, in-person card class. It was a big hit which is why I thought to share it with you:)
- The seeds image makes for a perfect repeating image on the side of my handmade card. I used tone-on-tone, stamping in Misty Moonlight ink on Misty Moonlight cardstock.
- Misty Moonlight is a retiring In Color, and I will miss it! To me, it's like denim–super versatile. Its lighter counterpart is Balmy Blue which is what I used here to really bring out the Misty Moonlight background.
- The black and white geometric patterns make a perfect accent for my nature-inspired stamped images. I used Pattern Party DSP which is a host-only item. That means you can get this big stack of DSP for free when you place a $150+ order! It has really great patterns with loads of colors on one side and all black and white patterns on the reverse. Pattern Party DSP has 48 sheets of 12" x 12", so it's another retiring must-have IMHO.
- A few rhinestones bring a bit of light and shine to my rather subdued design. They are the perfect touch to bring it all together.
The scrapbook pages are done with the same Enjoy the Moment stamp set, and I think it's terrific for scrapping your generations. Seeds are a great theme, and I went to town with it. The designer series paper I used is Tailored from the Spring Catalog of 2021. That DSP was all menswear patterns and particularly useful for scrapbook:)
Now hop along to the next blog for more Sunday inspiration!