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Tropical Theme Loaded Envelope Swap

Hello Crafty Friends,

Today I have a cute project to share with you all. I participated in a SWAP recently. It was a Tropical Theme Loaded Envelope Swap and it was my first time..
It was great and I enjoyed every bit of it..
As it was tropical theme I thought of making it beach theme with sea, beach, coconut trees etc.. And guess what I had perfect stamps for it..


So this is the whole envelope.. Its an open envelope. It carries 2 A2 size card, 2 tags, 4 pinwheel decoartives, 6 paper clips and I also sent my partner gifts - a pair of earring, a neckpiece and few beach theme stickers...

Above you can see the picture of envelope, cards and tags.. 

This is the envelope that I made from scratch.. I didn't really measure the envelope. I made it in such a way that it carries all the cards and tags and gifts. It has 2 pockets.. 
Well at first I thought I will use pattern papers to decorate this envelope. But then I thought, lets get creative.. I mean I had all these Stamps and dies from Lawn Fawn and I wanted to use those.. 
So I dropped the idea of using pattern papers and I planned the whole scene.. 

I used MFT stencils to create the sky along with distress inks.
I also used Lawn Fawn Stamps and dies for all those images.. I stamped those in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored using copic markers...
The birds stamped in the sky is from a stamp set from Simon Says Stamp July Card Kit..

 Here you can see the pinwheels that I made using pattern papers, and there is the pair the earring and neckpiece..

The paper clips are made using Mama Elephant Boy Agenda and Girl Agenda stamps and coordinating dies.
I stamped these cute little images in memonto tuxedo black ink and colored using copic markers... I die cut an extra piece for each image and sandwiched the paper clips between 2 die cuts and stuck them using Rangers Multi Medium Glue.. 

This tag is a really pretty tag that I created using Penny Black stamp, colored using copic makers.. 

This last tag is quite simple that I made using Lawn Fawn stamp. I stamped the image in versafine black ink and colored it using Prismacolor Color Pencils..
I really love this simple and elegant tag..

Check out the video below to see all the products or watch in HD in HERE YouTube.

Materials Used :- 

                                                            MINI BLENDING TOOL

Thank you for visiting.. 
Have a Nice day.. 


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