Showing posts with label stamping. Show all posts
Showing posts with label stamping. Show all posts

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Stampin' Up! Weekly Deals Aug. 18-24

Check out these deals from Stampin' Up!  These products are only available at this price today Aug. 18th, 2015 until Aug. 24th, 2015.  Snatch them up now!

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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

By the Tide Watercolor Card

Hi Stampers!

It's summertime, so how about a beachy card?  Today I have a card for you made with the By the Tide stamp set.  This set is really great for making all kinds of cards.  I made a background paper by inking an acrylic block with three different ink pads. Then I spritz it with some water and stamped the block on some watercolor paper.  It made a cool watery looking background.  Then I stamped and embossed the images in gold.

I layered the stamped image over a scrap of the burlap ribbon that was sitting on my desk. I frayed the ends a bit for some added texture.

I hope you liked my beach inspired card.  Where is your favorite beach?  Let me know in the comments!

Stampin' Supplies:
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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Stampin' Up! Weekly Deals - July 28th

Check out the fantastic weekly deals on sale beginning today July 28th thru August 3rd!  Contact me if you have any questions!  I would love to hear your thoughts on the products in the comments below.

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Saturday, July 25, 2015

Stampin' Up! Clearance Rack

Here's a look at all of the wonderful items that are currently available on Stampin' Up!'s Clearance Rack. Snatch up these deals before they are gone!
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Monday, August 11, 2014

A card that's Naughty and Nice!

Hi Stampers!

I hope you all had a wonderful weekend.  I spent my Saturday on a tube floating down the Delaware River with my hubby and some close friends.  We had such a good time!  Then we were off for dinner in New Hope, PA.  I order garlic-truffle potatoes with my sandwich.  I love, love love truffle oil.  So yummy!  

Well, enough about what I ate!  Today I have the first of many Christmas cards that will be posted over the next few months.  I made this card with the new Christmas Bliss photopolymer stamp set that is available right now from Stampin' Up!  It has a lot of fun sentiments and images to make fun cards, gift tags, gift card holders, etc.  Lots of uses for your holiday projects!

I stamped the stars in Encore Silver.  After they were dry I cut them out with the Star Framelits.

The sentiment was stamped in Real Red ink.  I then punched it with a 1.75" circle punch.  That was matted on a Real Red circle I cut with the Circles Framelits and then all of it was layered onto a punched scalloped circle.  To make it even cuter, I added little polka dots with a white gel pen.  It's all attached with Dimensionals over a piece of Mossy Meadow ribbon.

Of course, I decorated the interior of the card as well. This stamp set has a lot of sentiments for BOTH the exterior and interior of your cards!  I love that.  Then I added a few red stars just to keep the theme going on the inside.

Here are all of the supplies used to create this card!  If you would like to come an stamp a card like this with me,  email me

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August's Class on the Go - Work of Art

The Work of Art stamp set (see page 165 of the 2014-2015 Annual Catalog) combines many different graphic elements to create your own works of art.  With this kit you will see just how versatile this set can be!  In this Class on the Go kit, you will be creating 4 cards (pictured below).  I will show you how to create cards featuring the basic images in the set, as well as showing you some "outside of the box" ideas.  I love finding new, and unique, ways to use my stamp sets! 
Inks used:Lost Lagoon, So Saffron, Calypso Coral, Pool Party, Early Espresso, Pear Pizzazz, Blushing Bride, Hello Honey, Blackberry Bliss, Mossy Meadow, Jet Black Staz On

Kit includes:
Work of Art Stamp Set (please specify clear or wood mount)
All supplies needed to create the four cards shown plus envelopes
A PDF Instruction Sheet emailed to you with detailed step by step instructions, measurements, and even access to my first ever stamping video!

Ordering Options:
Class on the Go Kit with Wood Mount Stamps: $45
Class on the Go Kit with Clear Mount Stamps: $35
Class add on: Dazzling Diamonds and 2-Way Glue Pen $9.45
Shipping: $5.60 for Priority Mail
Pre-paid Registration is Due by 5:00PM Friday August 22nd
Contact me by email to register with your name, address, phone number and what class options you would like.  I will respond with a total.  Local customers may pay by cash or check.  If you are not local, I will send you a Paypal Invoice which you can use to pay with your credit or debit card.

Kits will be ready for pick up/ shipped by Friday, September 5th.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Happy Tuesday! New Photopolymer Stamp Sets and New MDS Downloads

Hi Stampers! 

I have some exciting new release information for you today. 

First up - it's Tuesday and that always means brand new downloadable content for My Digital Studio.  Today there are a lot of fun items from the Occasions catalog. 

Next up are two brand new Photopolymer stamp sets. How cute are these sets??? They are perfect for those of you who LOVE coloring in stamped images.

All of these items can be ordered in my online shop!


Sunday, March 2, 2014

Freshly Made Sketches 125

Hi Stampers! 

Today I have a card for this weeks challenge over on the Freshly Made Sketches blog.

Here's this week's sketch.  It is pretty basic so I had to think outside of the box to decide on how I was going to embellish on it.

First I decided on which Designer Series Paper I wanted to use, and from that I chose my color combo. I went with something bright and cheery - the Quatrefancy DSP!

I thought that a little bit of Daffodil Delight and Melon Mambo would be nice on a day we are expecting more STUPID SNOW!

To make the flower, I stamped the image from the Simple Stems stamp set three times - once in Island Indigo, once in Melon Mambo, and one final time in Daffodil Delight.  Then I cut out the different layers of flowers.  I used my two-way glue pen to add some Dazzling Diamonds around each flower edge for extra sparkle.  I layered them with Dimensionals and added a Basic Rhinestone to the center.  The final step was to stamp the sentiment from the Gifts of Kindness stamp set in Melon Mambo.

Stampin' Supplies:
Designer Series Paper: Quatrefancy