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Bottled Happiness Sending Cheer Card

Send cheer and happiness to your loved ones with this card using the Bottled Happiness Stamp Set from Stampin’ Up! Read on to see exactly how to make this card and to watch the video tutorial.

Bottled Happiness Stamp Set

The Bottled Happiness Stamp Set is a two step stamp set perfect for creating beautiful cards! A two step stamp means that two (or more) stamps create one image.

This stamp set also coordinates with the Vintage Bottle Punch. The Punch cuts out the large bottle super fast so you can easily add it to your projects.

The measurements for this card are simple to keep the focus on the beautiful flowers. You can download the PDF with all the supplies and measurements used in the SassyPaperCrafters VIP Group on Facebook. Click the button below to join!

In the video tutorial, I’ll show you exactly how to stamp this card and put it all together. It’s so easy and I know you’ll just love it! Click the button below to watch the video tutorial on my YouTube channel.

Handmade cards hold a special place in people’s hearts, as they reflect the love and effort put into creating something personalized. So I hope this card inspired you to get crafty. Until next time, happy stamping!

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