I’ve had this pack of stickers sitting on my craft desk for quite a while.
The best part of these seals?
They were only $.70 cents a pack!
Perfect for an inexpensive accent as part of a card set.
I finally found inspiration and a card design to use these seals.
I centered three seals on a piece of silver cardstock.
To add a bit of dimension, I added a layered flower with a button center.
I grabbed some larger paper flowers for my second card.
I used a button center again but added a punched border to the silver cardstock.
Instead of a flower I used crinkly bias tape and tied a loose bow.
This picture seems to give the truest color of the seal stickers I used. They are a light blue with a raised silver embossing.
I tried a flower accent with an eyelet center – looking back I like the button centers a bit better.
I love using scrappers floss as it is so easy to curl the ends around a paper piercer or other thin object.
2 sheets white cardstock $.10 each
1 sheet blue cardstock $.25
Adhesive seals $.70
Stamps craft stock
Punch craft stock
Ink craft stock
Flowers craft stock
Ribbon craft stock
Buttons craft stock
Eyelet craft stock
Floss craft stock
Total cost for 4 cards: $1.05 plus basic supplies
These cards were quick and easy to put together with some adhesive seals and some basic supplies I had on hand. I still have a few of the seals left for some more cards or another project.
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Great deal on those! I love making cards, and it's even better when you can find great inexpensive embellishments!ReplyDelete