This week for the Global Design Project we are sharing a RAK which is a random act of kindness. I made a New Home Gift using the Home Sweet Home stamps and dies. Think of sharing the love to someone, totally unexpected and just because!
I had not reached for my new set of stamps called Sweet Home and matching dies called Home Sweet Home Thinlits and thought it would make a great New Home Card. But as I wanted to send a random act of kindness I thought how lovely it would be to decorate a gift and make a card for my new neighbours.
I love the new gusseted cello bags which hold a whole bottle of fizz or a whole loaf cake (also a great gift but I don’t bake often). They make a boring bottle look so much more and when finished off with ribbon and a tag from the Cheerful Tags Framelits Dies it is pretty easy to make something everyday look pretty amazing.
I needed a card too so I used the notecards and the Home Sweet Home Thinlits and matching Sweet Home stamps to create a little house. I love the roof tiles and I even cut around the door so that it opens.
I needed some flowers so I used the flowers from the flower pot stamp in the stamp set Sitting Here and coloured them in with the markers.
Who wouldn’t be happy to be welcomed to our Close with these gifts? Let’s hope they aren’t Teetotal!
So why don’t you pass on the love and make something for the person who always serves you with a smile on their face or the post office assistant or your postie or your children’s teacher – you get the drift. There is nothing nicer than sharing a little random act of kindness.
Pop on over to the Global Design Project and share you entry to be in with a chance of being one of the three winners and whilst you are there please take a look at my fellow talented design team member entries for this week.
If you would like to order any of the items I have used to make these gifts simply click any of the products shown below to go direct to my online shop and don’t forget to use the monthly hostess code to receive a free thank you gift from me.