Power of Hope-Simple Notecard
Power of Hope Card Idea

Power of Hope Card Idea

powerofhopestampinupsaleabration2020candyrattrayI'm featuring Power of Hope Bundle here on my blog all week.  I kicked it off Monday with a bookmark.  You can see that post here.  Yesterday I shared my simple notecard which you can see here using just the stamp set.  Today's card is another simple card, this time using both the Power of Hope stamp set and Stone 3D Embossing Folder.  And tomorrow I have one more Power of Hope card idea for you.  That gives you 4 ideas for using this extremely versatile and FREE stamp set!

The Power of Hope Bundle includes the Power of Hope Cling Stamp Set and Stone 3D Embossing Folder. Pair the stamp set and embossing folder for artistic coordination--like I did here--or use them separately for even more options--like I did on my previous two posts. Earn Power of Hope craft bundle FREE with a qualifying purchase January 3–March 31, 2020, during the Sale-A-Bration 2020 promotion!

So now that you know ALL about the Power of Hope Bundle, let me point out a few things in today's Power of Hope Card Idea:

  • I paired the bundle with Parisian Blossoms Designer Series Paper.  It features cherry blossoms--very important in Japanese culture--which are a perfect complement to this bundle!
  • The black strip running down the center of my card is the Black Foil Sheet.  it's shiny and simple which is another perfect touch for my handmade card.
  • Stone 3D Embossing Folder is such a nice touch of texture!  I wanted it to be a prominent feature, so I kept everything else pretty simple.

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