The idea to #sharesunshine has been a welcome one during these challenging times. I’ve seen tons of pictures of people sharing what someone dropped off on their doorstep and it’s really nice to see people trying to connect even though we can’t do it like we’re used to. This is probably why I jumped at the chance to send some cards to my family members who I usually only send Holiday cards to. I even found an article in Better Homes & Garden about this whole thing…


I also found a group of women that are spreading sunshine, or in their case fairy dust, across Ontario. So when I found this group on Facebook I offered cards for those who are sharing sunshine in and around my area. I love being able to donate my cards knowing that they’re going to helping bring a smile to someone’s face.

One woman asked if I could make some tags and so I thought I would share what I made for her.

Pile of See a Silhouette tags wm

I’ve been loving crafting with the See a Silhouette Designer Series Paper lately and so of course I wanted to use it to create these tags. Next I grabbed my Delightful Tag Topper Punch to use on my Whisper White cardstock and the Crumb Cake twine from the Nature’s Twine pack…I’m so sad this is retiring 😦

The “for you” came from the Beauty Abounds cling stamp set which I stamped in Night of Navy to pull from the colours in the DSP. I also used the bubbles and paint splatter images from the Beauty Abounds stamp set and again using the colours from the DSP I stamped with Daffodil Delight and Real Red.

See a Silhouette tags wm

I cut out the phrase and images using the Stitched Shaped dies and the Layering Circles dies. Then I popped up the phrase with some Stampin’ Dimensionals and added a few of the small Rhinestone Basic Jewels. I always need to add a bit of bling to my designs.

I hope that the women who receive these with their #sunshineboxes enjoy them as I definitely enjoyed making them.

If you like this project be sure to follow my blog so that you are notified whenever I post and if you would like to do something during these challenging times check out my post about Stamping for COVID-19.

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