Thursday, July 17, 2014

Another Sunday Afternoon Card

This is the other card I made on Sunday afternoon.  I made 6 of each card.  I think I found this one on Splitcoaststampers, but I'm not positive, so I apologize to whoever made the original.  I only changed the colors of cardstock, but otherwise it's the same card.  I've recently started stamping matching envelopes and can't believe that I didn't do it years ago.  I used to scoff at people who did because I know that they get torn open and thrown away, but I think they make the cards look more classy (or something like that).

Pink Pirouette, Rose Red & Whisper White cardstock, Gingham Garden (retired) DSP, Summer Silhouettes stamp set, Blushing Bride, Rose Red & Old Olive ink, Regals Candy Dots, white gel pen, Word Window Punch, Ovals Framelits, sponges.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Sunday afternoon card

This is one of the cards I made on Sunday afternoon.  It's totally cased from  You can see the original here .  The only thing I changed was the sentiment.  I wish that SU had more large sentiments that I like.  They only have a few, and I don't care for any of them.  This sentiment stamp was a learning experience for me.  It's a clear acrylic stamp (I don't remember who makes it) and when I attempted to stamp it on my desk, I couldn't get a clear image. I've had this problem with the clear stamps before and usually give up and get rid of them.  This time I remembered a tip I was given some time in the past.  I used my Stampin Pierce Mat from SU as a pad and it worked great.  Now I wish I hadn't given up on the other stamps that I re-homed.  I love this card, even though I wouldn't normally care for the colors.

Whisper White & Wild Wasabi cardstock, Tangelo Twist, Daffodil Delight, Wild Wasabi & Stazon Black ink, Beautiful Bunch & Stippled Blossoms stamp sets, Fun Flower & 7/8" Scallop punches, rhinestones.

Sunday, July 13, 2014

July Stamp Club

(The rest of the cards)

Here is card #2 from our July Stamp club.  This one is my 2nd favorite for this month, after the screen card. This is all black and white, which is very striking and elegant looking.  Great birthday card for a guy and I used it for my husband, who is turning 50 this week.  All supplies for my stamp clubs are from Stampin Up!.

Whisper White & Basic Black cardstock, Back to Black DSP, Walk in the Wild & Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp sets, Stazon Black ink, Word Window Punch, Mini Silver Brads, 1/8" Taffeta Ribbon - Basic Black.  The moose panel is popped up with foam tape

This card is super easy and looks really cool.  This one is from Barb Brimhall's demo event that I went to a while back.  The original card was done with the new Blackberry Bliss ink, but this one has Raspberry Ripple instead.  Thank you Barb!

Whisper White & Basic Black cardstock, Raspberry Ripple & Stazon Black ink, Work of Art & Four You stamp sets, Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack, Silver Glimmer Paper.  The star is popped up on foam tape.

This card is from my Class in a Flash packet from Debbie McNeill.  I used The Open Sea instead of the Traveler stamp Set.

Very Vanilla, Blackberry Bliss & Mossy Meadow cardstock, Blackberry Bliss & Mossy Meadow ink, The Open Sea & Four You stamp sets, 3/4" circle punch. All of the pieces on the front of the card are popped up with foam tape.  (Can you tell that I like foam tape?)

We had a great time on Friday night at our club and everyone's favorite card was the screen card.  I'm excited to make more of them!

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Stamp Club Sneak Peak!

This card is a sneak peek from our July Stamp Club, coming up this Friday (July 11,2014).  I used the following supplies:  (All supplies are from Stampin Up!) - Whisper White, Old Olive, Melon Mambo, Daffodil Delight, & Pumpkin Pie cardstock; Sweet Taffy DSP, Melon Mambo, Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie & Old Olive inks; Beautiful Wings Embosslits, Decorative Label punch, Scallop Border punch, Petite Petals punch,  Petite Pairs & Petite Petals stamp sets, Daffodil Delight 1/4" Cotton Ribbon, Rhinestones & foam mounting tape.

This card was surprisingly easy to make.  The largest amount of time was in deciding on the papers and layout.  I had a couple of different styles in mind and I'm glad I chose this one because I love it.  This card will make a great gift in itself.  It will cost a little extra to mail and I would put it into a padded envelope for protection. Most of my cards are given in person, so I won't have to mail very many of them.

I absolutely love this style and will be creating many more!

Thanks for looking!