Seriously the Best Retiring Stamp Set!

Here’s another card featuring Seriously the Best stamp set! This is a must have! Create an ombre look with “congrats” sentiment using the Stamparatus! Just move the image down without inking inbetween!

Sweet Little Something for Easter

Here’s an Easter card featuring Sweet Little Something! This would also make a cute baby card! The layering of my bear is as follows:

1. Crumb Cake

2. Soft Suede

3. Early Espresso

Notice the fold on this card. The Crumb Cake cardstock is the base, and the folded card is actually ON TOP of the card base. This is a fun fold, just for something different!

Don’t forget, time is running out for Sale a Bration! SALE ENDS MARCH 31ST!

The Springtime Foils is such FUN paper! Check out the Sale a Bration additions to the brochure un the right column here:

Sale a Bration 2nd Release

A Few More Items Added From Catalog!


Baby Cards

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Here is a baby card we made at my Stamp Clubs this month. I received a swap from Michelle Suit. I LOVED how she created the dresser so I CASED that!

Here’s the recipe!

Stamp Set: Occasions Alphabet, Baby Tees Wheel

Paper: Crumb Cake, Blushing Bride or Baja Breeze, Very Vanilla

Ink: Blusing Bride, Soft Suede, Crumb Cake, Chocolate Chip

Accessories:  Linen Thread, Basic Pearls, 1” Square Punch, Curly Label & Decorative Label Punches, Stripes Embossing Folder, Sponges

Dresser: 3 1/4″ x 3 1/4″
Drawers: 2 3/4″ x 1″
Top of dresser: 3 1/2″ x 1/2″
Clothespins: 1/8″ x 1/2″

Ink around all the edges of Soft Suede cardstock with Chocolate Chip ink


Baby Giraffe Card

This is a card I made for one of my downline who had a baby in August! I got a similar card at convention from Michelle Siebenthall. She used totally different colors.

Here’s a list of the punches I used to make the giraffe:Largest Oval Punch for mouth
1 ¾” Circle Punch for head
Heart Punch for the white behind the googlie eyes (cut heart in half and position as shown)
½” Circle Punch for the nostrils
Word Window punch for the teeth and bumps on head
Scallop Edge Punch for the mane