Hey Hello And Many More Cards | Jo Boland
Hey there, It’s Jo here with another pile of cards made from the Pink Paislee ‘And Many More’ collection. This time I added three papers from the Jen Hadfield ‘Hey Hello’ collection. I also used some stickers from an older Crate Paper ‘Hooray’ collection.
For the sympathy cards I used the Sympathy Sentiments paper from the Jen Hadfield ‘Hey Hello’ collection by Pebbles. The card above shows the reverse of the cut apart paper and a cut out tag from the a-side. I paired it with my favourite paper from the Pink Paislee ‘And More Many’ collection Paper 6.
The following four cards all use tags and word banners from the a-side of the cut apart paper and text from the b-side. On the first card the striped paper is from the manufacturers strip.
The following card has a piece of Pink Paislee ‘And Many More’ Paper 11 underneath the tag, the colours were a perfect match.
I used another paper from the Jan Hadfield ‘Hey, Hello’ collection called Nesting Paper as the bird on the tag matched the birds on the paper.
The next card has two of the tags layered up to give a little contrast between the white tag on top and the text paper. Again, I added some of Paper 11 which pulls out the colours on the tag.
Well Wishes Cards
Both of the following cards are super simple. The card blank size is 3.5″ square and they have a square of the Pink Paislee ‘And Many More’ Paper 10. The sentiments banners are cut from the Jen Hadfield ‘Hey Hello’ Sympathy Sentiments paper.
Let’s finish up this blog post with some happy birthday cards. I hadn’t wanted to use the Party puffy sticker in my previous batch of birthday cards, because, well we didn’t have any end dates for this current lockdown. However, there is hopefully some light at the end of the tunnel and we can look forward to hopefully parties later in a few months time.
For both the card above and the next two cards below I used a sentiments sticker from an older Crate Paper collection ‘Hooray’ that I had in my stash. I popped them up on foam pads, as I often do to create dimension.
The cards above and below have another paper from the Jen Hadfield ‘Hey, Hello’ collection called Donuts Paper. The a-side has donuts and the b-side has Hooray in a lovely mustard yellow colour that perfectly matches the cake on the card below. This cake is from Paper 8 of the Any Many More collection and popped up on foam pads.
The final card has Paper 10 for the top half and a sentiment sticker from the Jen Hadfield ‘Hey, Hello’ collection (no longer in stock). I’ve added two fussy cut presents from other side of Paper 10.
If you missed my first blog post this month with a large selection of cards you can check it out here.
See you next month!