A Welcome Home Card

Home is the place where you belong.

As we stay home and shelter in place, home becomes such so much more.

A safe haven, a place to work, a place to play, and a place to be.

I can’t wait until the day when I can welcome friends and family back into my home.

I can’t wait to hug my kids and grandsons.

Whatever your meaning of home, I hope you like this Welcome Home card made with

the Welcome Home Stamp and Die Set from the Maker’s Movement.

This heartfelt set is perfect for a new baby, housewarming, homecoming, and more.

The Welcome Home Card was made using the Gingham Garden paper collection from My Mind’s Eye and various metal dies from The Maker’s Movement.

Crafter Tip:  The metal dies in the kit are all connected when you get them. One of the first things I do when I start snipping the dies apart is to cut a piece of thin Magnetic Craft Sheet* and adhere it to the packaging.  It’s a great place to put your small dies so you won’t lose them.

Supplies Used:           (*affiliate link)

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This is a breakdown of all the die cut and stamped pieces used to create the house.

  • The shutters were made by stamping two additional doors and cutting the bottom panel from the left side of the door.  (the right side has the door knob, and I didn’t want to include that)

  • The bushes were made using the small cloud die.
  • For added dimension, the clouds were popped up using thin foam mounting squares.

*FTC Disclosure… “This is a sponsored post for The Maker’s Movement.  I have been provided product and compensation in exchange for my creative ideas.  The views and opinions are my own.”

2 thoughts on “A Welcome Home Card

    • seldred2 says:

      Thank you. We all good and healthy here keeping our distance. On the bright side I have enough craft supplies that I could craft for years without getting anything new. (although I love new stuf). Take care!

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