I really like clean and simple cards, and that was the look I was going for with this card.
This was the 2nd card we made at Stamp Club this month. Remember, you can get in on these completed Stamp Club projects for FREE – all you have to do is place an online order of $35 or more and use the Hostess Code (on my right side bar). You can read details HERE!
In 2 more days we leave for the Stampin’ Up Incentive Trip, which is an Alaskan cruise! Thank you to my customers AND team – that’s how I earned the trip! You mean the world to me, and I am grateful to each and every one of you!
I’m an Arizonian – and am curious what the weather will be like! This trip has been so hard to pack for! Who knows what kind of weather we will have! But I’m originally from Minnesota, so if I bring everything except the kitchen sink, I should be good! LOL
I know it’s still winter in most places, but it’s spring weather here in AZ!
Here’s a card to help you THINK SPRING!
Stamp Sets: Swallowtail, Creative Elements, Lots of Thanks
Paper: Wisteria Wonder, Pool Party, Vellum
Ink: Versa Mark, Wisteria Wonder, Pool Party
Accessories: White Embossing Powder, Wisteria Wonder Ruffle Trim
Today’s the BIG DAY!! The Spring Catalog is LIVE! Click on the image above to view the new 40 page catalog, filled with exciting new products!
Here’s a card I made to give to my hair stylist. I saw the idea at our SHARE table at my team meeting. My super creative downline, Michelle Acuna, made one of these and shared it with our group.
Recipe:Stamp Set: Yippee Skippee!
Paper: Whisper White, Foil Sheets, Basic Black
Ink: Real Red, Basic Black
Accessories: Basic Black Stampin’ Writer, Large & Medium Oval Punch (Medium is retired), Word Window Punch, Silver Brad
Whenever I have to make quantity/fast cards, I like to use simple designs! Here is a style I have used many times, and just keep changing the colors! Here’s one from the past with the same design HERE.
You may have seen my ladybug card I posted a while back, HERE. One of my customers thought it would be fun to see a BEE with this same concept, so I thought I would give it a try! Here’s the result!
Recipe:Stamp Set: Thank You KindlyInk: Craft WhitePaper: Basic Black, YoYo YellowAccessories: Large Scallop Circle Die Cut, 1 3/4″ Circle Punch, Large Oval Circle Punch (for antenna), 1/4″ Circle Punch, Black Brads
Cut out 2 black scalloped circles and one yellow one from the large die cut. One black one will be the base, the other will be the wings.
Cut the yellow one in strips, matching up the scallops ends. Tape it to the black large scallop circle.
Cut this striped one in half down the center.
Punch out a 1 ¾” circle out of black cardstock. Glue this to the back of the large black scallop bee body.
Punch an oval out of black cardstock. You can throw away the OVAL that is punched. The part you want is the part that is left on the cardstock! Just punch again about 1/8” higher than the one you just punched. Do this two times to make the antenna. Then punch a ¼” black circle for the ends of the antenna. Glue the antenna to the back of the head.
Attach the striped wings to the black scallop circle body. Attach with two black brads at the top. They will swivel to open and shut.
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