Stickers have really come a long way since the gold foil stars we all yearned to receive in grade school! With companies like Jolees, K & Company, Recollections, etc., they have really raised the bar for adding embellishments to home decor projects, scrapbooks, cards & more. I have hundreds, no really, h-u-n-d-r-e-d-s of stickers in my craft room that have gone pretty much unused since I became more of a cardmaker than a scrapbooker. I also inherited hundreds more stickers from Robin's Room. After spending way too much time sorting them into these expanding file boxes, I now have them all neatly organized and ready to use. Finally!
Today's card is a great example of the beauty that results when stamps meet stickers:
The base of this A2 sized card is made from Crumb Cake cardstock. The first 5 1/4" x 4" matted layer is Very Vanilla cardstock embossed with a Taylored Expressions brick embossing folder. Using White Stampin' Emboss Powder, I heat embossed the large door from the At Home With You bundle on Crumb Cake cardstock. I die cut the door out and adhered it to the front of the card using Stampin' Dimensionals. Little strips of grass were cut from Pear Pizzazz cardstock and adhered behind the door.
The cat was die cut from Soft Suede cardstock and adhered in front of the door using Stampin' Dimensionals. The plaid welcome mat (in the At Home with You Bundle) was cut from scrap paper and also adhered with Stampin' Dimensionals.
Below I've indicated which embellishments are in fact, stickers:
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