Here’s a video of today’s card:
You can also view the PDF of this card here: Father’s Day Card
You can also view the PDF of this card here: Father’s Day Card
Father’s Day will be here before you know it! How about a great relaxing card for him using A Good Man stamp set? His hat is popped up on Dimensionals. Many of these accessory items are retiring next week and no longer available! (Designer Series Paper, Seasonal Layers Dies – a MUST HAVE!, Baker’s Twine….)
Click here for FREE PDF: A Good Man Card
Here’s a video so you can see how it all came together!
I was inspired by a card I saw on Pinterest! So easy to make, and I used Itty Bitty Greetings stamp set. The Layering Oval Dies were used for the shoes.
This was my swap card for my team meeting last month. We had a masculine theme last month. Thank goodness Geared Up Garage is carrying over, but the Designer Series Paper is NOT! Grab it while you can! It goes too well with this suite!
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Here’s a card I used for my team swap this month. I love the many Pinterest cards that were made into a tool box! I found a really nice graphic of how to cut the card stock on Lisa Bernard’s blog, which can be found HERE.
This week I had a team meeting, and our swap theme was to create a card using products from the new Stampin’ Up catalog. This is what I made, and even earned the “Best weSTAMP Swap” this month! This is a big deal to me, in my 11 years of being a demonstrator, this is only the 2nd time I have won! THANKS weSTAMP TEAM!
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This is such an awesome masculine stamp set that you will use forever! It’s always great to have a nice “go to” masculine stamp set in your stash.
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One of my favorite masculine sets is “Best Dad Ever”. The gals didn’t see this set at my Retirement Open House, even though it’s retiring, because this baby I’m hanging onto! I also hung onto the sentiment stamp, Curly Cute. LOVE these sets and will continue to use them on my personal projects! You can order them HERE.
Stamp Set: Best Dad Ever, Curly Cute
Paper: Crumb Cake, Early Espresso
Ink: Clear Versa Mark, Early Espresso
Accessories: Hanger (shaped by hand), $, Heat Tool, Clear Embossing Powder
I hope to have a video on folding the cash. I watched a few YouTube videos but they were still hard to follow so I thought I would make one for you! Hope to do that SOON!!! Stay tuned!
Here’s a masculine card for you! SO simple! I saw the outlet part of this card on pinterest, made by Laurie Wilson. Her card can be seen HERE.
I made my own pattern by just googling “outlet”, right clicking and saving it to my desktop! The outlet is about 1 1/2″ high.
The inside sentiment is from the set “Friendly Phrases”. This set is RETIRING!!! Get it before May 31st! You can order online HERE. Then I added the cord by using a Stampin’ Write Marker.
The outlets are on dimensionals so they POP.
Click on photos to see it even better!
Stamp Set: Friendly Phrases
Paper: Whisper White, Basic Black, Brushed Silver
Ink: Basic Black
Accessories: Dimensionals, Screw Brad (from local craft store), Small Oval Punch (cut off to make the cord)
To make the prongs, cut strips of 1/8″ Brushed Silver paper and attach with a dimensional.
Patti purchased the Tool Bench tutorial (on my sidebar) and this is what she came up with! Isn’t it darling? I LOVE how she added the “ribbon maker” that so many of us own. Patti’s blog can be found HERE. Thanks for sharing this Patti!I think the Tool Bench would make a great Christmas gift, along with a gift certificate to Home Depot or Lowe’s for the man in your life! (It could go to a gal, too, in PINK!)NOTE: Patti’s Tool Bench was also featured on The Kraft Journal Blog, which can be found HERE!
Here’s a card we made at Stamp Club this month! The sailboat image is stamped on canvas fabric with Stazon ink. To get the frayed edges, all you have to do is RIP the fabric!
Stamp Set: Sail Away, Teeny Tiny Wishes, Matey’s Map Jumbo Wheel
Paper: Naturals Vanilla, Soft Suede
Ink: Soft Suede, Black Stazon
Accessories: Antique Brad, Early Espresso Baker’s Twine, Hemp Twine, Dauber, Distressing Tool
To make a square knot out of the hemp twine, refer to the video I have in this post HERE.
Our weSTAMP group met this week. Here are some photos from our creative group!
We started the evening off with a make and take by Jennie. Isn’t this CUTE? It is like an “easel card”. THANKS Jennie! We had so much fun learning this technique!
Our swap theme was a masculine card. Here they are!
Terri’s swap: (bleaching technique)
Inside of Michelle’s card:
Linda B’s swap:
Tag is punched on front:
Linda R’s swap:
Lorri’s swap (recipe and details can be found on previous post HERE.)
Linda B made the door prize. It is a BEAUTIFUL JOURNAL with a beaded pen. Great job Linda!!
Our weSTAMP swap theme was Masculine for this month’s meeting.
I was inspired by a card made by Bron Heslop. Her amazing blog can be found HERE. This technique is called FUNKY FOLD. I found a great video on SCS explaining how to make this card. You can view it HERE. I did alter my dimensions a bit from the video.
Stamp Set: Sail Away, En Francais
Paper: Crumb Cake, Whisper White, Night of Navy, Cherry Cobbler
Ink: Night of Navy, Crumb Cake
Accessories: Baker’s Twine, Square Lattice Embossing Folder, Word Window Punch, Modern Label Punch
More swaps will be posted in the next day or two after I get caught up a bit around here!
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I have a pdf tutorial for the following Tool Box / Gardening pattern. The tutorial shows you how to make the Tool Box. However, you can easily use this same pattern and adapt it to any theme! I also made a gardening themed one, as shown below, to give you an idea of other ways to use this pattern.
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