Friday, April 24, 2015

Tap Tap Tap Hello My Friend

TGIF!  I'm excited for the weekend because some friends and I have a fun time planned on Saturday.  First, we're going to have lunch, then we're going to have a "shoebox swap!"  

In case you don't know what a shoe box swap is, it's where everyone designs a card and brings all of the supplies for each person to make that same exact card in a shoebox (not literally...I use Container Store Shoe Boxes).  The "takeaway" is that everyone learns exactly how each card is made.  It's a great way to try something different. 

For my swap, I made this fun Tap Tap Tap Hello My Friend Card, featuring none other than the Tap Tap Tap Stamp Set and some of my favorite Designer Series Paper--Confetti Celebration.

I borrowed my design from Jan Tink of Stamps, Paper, Scissors.  I needed something snazzy for my friends to make, and I have long-admired Jan's card.

I chose the Confetti Celebration Designer Series Paper because it's fun and eye-catching.  Besides, I've been hoarding that one piece of multicolored triangles since last summer, and it was high time that I cut it up and put it to work.

This was such a fun card to make!  I am quite pleased with the results and can't wait to send it to a friend.  Do you have a friend who could use a cheery "hello friend" card from you too?  If so, hopefully I have inspired you to give one of my Tap Tap Tap card designs a try.  In case you missed the other two, here's Tap Tap Tap Thinking of You and Tap Tap Tap Hello You.

You will find all of the products I used to create this card below.  Many of the products I used are on the Retiring List, so order them sooner than later before they sell out.  My Online Store is open 24/7!  Click any of the links below to go right to that item.

Have a great weekend!  Until next time, happy crafting!


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