Throwback Thursday: Daisy Garden in Gold

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today I have a card from the Daisy Garden stamp set, and it’s stunning in gold! I embossed the Daisy Garden in Gold on Very Vanilla cardstock. Let me just say, sometimes simplicity can be stunning …

I matted the embossed image with the Gold Foil paper (4″ x 5-1/5″) which really highlights the gold daisies. This front is attached to the Very Vanilla Base (8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ and scored at 4-1/4″). Heat embossing is the technique that attracted me into stamping!

The greeting comes from the upcoming “Celebrating You” stamp set … it will be available January 4th in the Mini Catalog, as will the beautiful Brushed Brass Butterflies! I die cut the greeting with the Tasteful Labels dies …

I added a strip of the beautiful Gold Shimmer Ribbon that can be found in the current Mini that expires on January 3rd. So today … you got to see something new, with something in our annual catalog. I like utilizing my stamps and accessories from both catalogs.

Thank you for joining me today. Enjoy your day ~

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Inspired Thoughts & “Blends, Alcohol & Vellum Technique!

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Another awesome bundle retiring … “Inspired Thoughts”. Here is a reminder of two cards that I created using the amazing “Blends, Alcohol & Vellum” technique! This is such a fun technique and creates amazing backgrounds where no two will look alike. The more you play with it, the more you will be hooked!!

Here is the card that I created in the video, I’ll share another with you later in my post.

I have a few tips to share and then I invite you to watch the video;

  1. Make sure you are using 91% (or higher) Isopropyl Alcohol … the 70% will not work properly.
  2. Your room should be well ventilated due to the Alcohol
  3. A paint brush works great, or you could try your old Aqua Painters. (I like the stability of the brush)
  4. Have paper towel or something to clean your brush off with and absorb excess alcohol on your brush.
  5. Pick colors that coordinate well together as some combinations may get muddy… But have fun experimenting!

I had so much fun sharing this technique last night with my stampin’ friends, that I made even more backgrounds!! I was playing around with some color combinations and thought of a sunset, so I layered my colors and this is what developed …

Cool … right!! I made this card just like the one in the video. My Stampin’ Blends colors were: (from the bottom up) Dark Night of Navy, Dark Highland Heather, Dark Calypso Coral, Dark Daffodil Delight and Dark Balmy Blue.

I added a big patch of the Daffodil Delight to create the “sun” area … and once that was created, I used a circular candle holder to trace a circle in that area – wow, doesn’t that look cool!? I also dropped my trees lower, so I had to cut off the bottom, trim the trunks and then glue to bottom back on.

This technique creates such unique background which gives such depth to the card, and then our trees and some really nice texture. Both of these cards were so much fun to create, and I can’t wait to send them out, or give them away as one of my door prizes!!

I want to “Thank you” for spending time with me today, to check out my cards and my video! I’d love to know what you think of this technique, and what colors would you use?

Have a fun and creative day ~

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Stitched Greenery Die Doubles Down!

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Happy St. Patrick Day … The luck of the Irish are with us because I’ve got two cards to share with you today. One highlights one of our favorite products; Wink of Stella! It was a suggestion from Beth, one of my Facebook LIVE viewers! I thought using Stella was a great idea, so I tried it.

Let’s take a look at it now …

The Wink of Stella just adds that subtle shimmer that creates magic on the card … I love it, and when you pair it with the soft color of the Fresh Freesia it just says … WOW.

The simplicity of the card just adds to the magic of this card … my greeting comes from the Flowering Tulips bundle and I used the Elegant Punch to create the focal point. Add a pretty bow and In Color gems and your card is done.

My next card highlights the die in a totally different way …

This technique creates a subtle statement but why wouldn’t we want to emboss our designer paper too!! It looks soo cool …. and adds that texture! I kept the same layout as the first card but this time added a piece of the “flip side” of the designer paper.

The greeting also comes from the Flowering Tulips bundle but was punched from the Label Me Lovely punch, and again I added some of those beautiful In Color gems!

So …. which technique is your favorite today? Do you like the Wink of Stella on the embossed White Cardstock or you prefer the embossed designer paper? Do we call it embossed or pierced? Not sure … but it’s pretty!!

Thank you so much for joining me again today. Enjoy the day!

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Simply Sunday: Beauty of Friendship Card Parade

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

I have a treat for you today … a simple yet beautiful Slim Line card and a parade of other cards that were created from the amazing Beauty of the Earth Suite. I will also be sharing some fun techniques on these cards so, grab a cup of coffee and sit back with me while we go through these creative gems!

I share these because the Beauty of Friendship Bundle is part of the Savings in Bloom promotion. I will share “all” of the items on sale at the bottom of my post.

First up is my Slimline cards, this card fits in a business size envelope … I’m using two different patterns from the Beauty of the Earth Designer paper and joined them together with the pretty Gold Fine Art Ribbon; it has a touch of sparkle, so I had to add the Genial Gems to keep the sparkle going.

The greeting comes from the Beauty of Friendship stamp set / bundle. I chose the Cinnamon Cider as a mat and Merry Merlot as my card base … they pull those colors out of the designer paper. I find this suite / bundle very gender neutral … who wouldn’t love these cards!

My second card I’m using the same pattern of the Beauty of the Earth Designer Series paper and the Beautiful Trees dies. Another simple card when using your Stampin’ Cut & Emboss machine. The greeting comes from the Beauty of Friendship stamp set included in the bundle.

Ready to see another card using the same paper? The amazing thing is that each one looks sooo different! I used a landscape layout verses the portrait as I did on the first two cards and created this unique card. I also used Night of Navy on this card to pull out the blue in the designer paper.

I created the frame with the Stitched Rectangle Dies … I love this look, it’s new and fresh and highlights the designer paper. I added the tree and greeting from the bundle …

Now lets change things up a little by using a different pattern from our Beauty of the Earth Designer paper and a fun technique … the “Split Card Technique”. I’m using Old Olive and Early Espresso to coordinate with my designer paper. You can watch the video to see how to create this card yourself by CLICKING HERE!

Now I would like to bring in one of the “hottest designer papers” right now, and that is the NEW HORIZONS Designer paper … so many pretty patterns would work perfectly with the dies from the Beauty of the Earth bundle. The watercolor landscapes look so cool with the tree.

The next card I share with you has a card base is Early Espresso …. so is the tree itself, it made the Misty Moonlight designer paper from the Beauty of the Earth Designer paper really pop, and when I added the leaves to the trees … WOW! The leaves on the bottom are just another die cut of the top … just cut up into smaller pieces to lay upon the ground. So pretty!

The last card I have to share with you, has the same watercolor background paper that I used on the “You Inspire Me” card but I’m changing up the seasons. Once the leaves are gone … well, winter comes next, and it makes for the perfect Christmas card …

I just love this card and I used the Chalk pen and Wink of Stella to add snow to my tree! How fun is that! I just wanted to show you that this is not just another tree set, but a bundle / or suite that can be used for any season … or any reason!!

The Beauty of the Earth Suite is still available, but if you are just looking for the bundle … it’s 20% Off right now. I always wonder if Stampin’ Up! will retire a stamp set when they put it on sale … so if this is on your “Wish List”, you may want to consider getting it now and enjoy the extra savings!! You can click on any of the images below for details on the bundles or to begin shopping … it takes you directly to my store.

Thank you for joining me this Sunday for my card parade, I hope you enjoyed the many styles of cards. Please let me know if you have any questions.

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Learn How to Create Watercolor Pansies

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

I’m here today with these stunning Pansies!! I am so excited to share this with you today … I have combined an old technique with our new Pansy Petals and the results are stunning!

I have created a video for you from a past Facebook LIVE so you can watch step by step how I created these beautiful flowers so you can recreate this too…. They almost look real don’t they?

Isn’t that cool … I am in love with this technique! I loved it when I made pansies from the butterfly punch but these are so much more realistic!! It creates so much texture and depth when you “scrunch” your petals.

Those little white specs you see are actually the “shimmer” paper making a statement! It really is so pretty and you can do these in any color you’d like! Here is my inspiration to create these amazing pansies ….

Here is another card I made with the other colors of petals that I was experimenting with ….

Not bad for a 2 minute card!! I used the Pansy Petals Designer paper for my background and just added the flowers and my greeting … simple!

I said I was going to share my “inspiration pansy” with you today but I’m saving it for tomorrow … along with another card!! You won’t be disappointed. Thanks for stopping by today!

Hope your day is an awesome one ~

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Parade of Pansies …

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today I have several cards to share with you today … I have some quick & simple pansy cards that highlight Pansy Petal Bundle and the Pansy Petals Designer paper …

I’m using the Gorgeous Grape from the Ombre Specialty Paper … To view the original post to see how I created the “punched” tag, CLICK HERE.

Then I showed how easy it was to use the layering of the pansy images to create pretty hand stamped pansies ….

Many of you have used Two-Step stamp sets, and the Pansy stamps are no different. They are designed to layer color to create a beautiful flower. CLICK HERE to view the entire post.

Now I’d like to share another card that also highlights the designer paper, but also the dies… because these dies actually are designed to not only cut your stamped images but the images on the designer paper …

The cute pansy and leaves above were cut from the Pansy Petals Designer paper. They are layered on a piece of Basic White embossed with the “Greenery” Embossing Folder and backed with a piece of Blackberry Bliss … these are layered onto more Basic White that was embossed with the “Tasteful Texture” embossing folder. The embossing added some nice texture to the card.

If you like texture on your flower, then you’ll love the layered die cuts to create you pansy …

The dies not only cut but they emboss as well … amazing!! The layering of the die cuts gives you some fun texture on your cards, but that didn’t stop me from embossing the background with the “Painted Texture” embossing folder! I also added the cute little Elegant Faceted Gems to draw your eye around the card.

I have fallen in love with this suite, join me tomorrow and I’ll share a video of the watercoloring technique demonstrating how to create this amazing pansy ….

The Pansies are part of our March Savings promotion … if you have them or not, I hope I inspired you and brightened your day with this pretty flowers.

Thanks so much for hanging out with me for a spell today.

I hope your day is a beautiful one!!

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Another Textured New Horizons Card

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today I have the last of the cards I shared on my Tuesday LIVE (Replay Below) I’ll let you watch the replay if you missed it the other day.

Let’s take a look at the video. You can grab a cup of coffee (or your favorite beverage) and join me …

Did you catch the part where I said the card looked like it needed something. Well … I looked and looked and thought about a bunch of things to “add” something but just wasn’t getting the look I wanted … and then, I put 3 Brass Butterflies on and it pulled the card all together!

I think those 3 little butterflies tie the green bottom of the card with the water washed sunset … they draw your eye around the entire card …

I embossed the greeting with black embossing powder and it really makes it pop and bring out the black from our card base. I love that such a simple technique like using an embossing folder would create such a difference!

Thank you for checking back in with me!! Have an amazing day ~

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in today’s projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you ❤

Adding Texture to New Horizons

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today I’ll be sharing my video replay of last nights Facebook LIVE along with the two cards. I showcasing the New Horizons Designer Paper and “embossing folders” … the folders will texture the paper so it looks like a canvas picture!

If you look closely you will see I actually die cut the mountains and embossed it right with the paper!! So much you can do with this …

Ok … just a little teaser there! Let’s take a look at the video. You can grab a cup of coffee (or your favorite beverage) and join me …

It is such a simple technique but creates such an amazing impact to your card. It’s as if the paper was designed for embossing it.

Measurements:

  • Basic Black: 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ Scored at 4-1/4″ fold in half
  • Designer Paper: 5-1/4″ x 4″ (to be embossed)
  • Basic White: 5-1/4″ x 4″ (inside of card)

The watercoloring look of this designer paper was made for this technique … I know I said that earlier but I think it looks so cool together!!

So I don’t take away from the designer paper, I like to use vellum … it allows an even flow of the imagery. I embossed with Gold Embossing powder and used the Label Me Lovely punch because I like the simple shape but it’s not a boring square! lol

I added the beautiful brass butterflies to draw your eye around the card and to bring it in to the focal point, which is our greeting.

So simple yet so pretty! Who knew that such a simple technique like using an embossing folder would create such a difference! I think we know (because we buy lots of embossing folders, but we forget we can emboss designer paper!!

Thank you for hanging out with me!! Have an amazing day ~

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in today’s projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you ❤

Triple Time with New Horizons

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Grab a cup of coffee because I have another video to share with you today … I’ll show you how cool your cards will look when you team up the New Horizon Designer Paper and Stitched Rectangle dies with the Triple Time technique.

I will highlight two different designs from the New Horizons paper. Sit back and relax and let’s get the video started …

I love how easy it is to create cards using designer paper and the triple time technique. So much texture and style without disrupting the beauty of the paper. Just look and how the lines in the landscaping still align ….

I stamped my greeting and the birds directly onto the designer paper and then added the mats and layered it all together. The little acrylic dots were added to draw your eye around the card, and yes … you may have noticed that I did move one of the dots to the left hand side to create a better balance.

Both of my cards are using the Evening Evergreen as the card base and mats … it highlights the pastels on the first card and really makes the greens pop on our second card.

This layering I not only added dimension but the pretty daffodil flower! You can do anything with this technique and the stunning New Horizons designer paper. Here is a close up of all that dimension …

Thank you for hanging out with me today.

Have an amazing day ~

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in today’s projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you ❤

Shake Things Up with the New Horizons Designer Paper

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today I’ll be sharing my video replay of last nights Facebook LIVE along with the two cards. I showcasing the New Horizons Designer Paper and Stitched Rectangle Dies … also highlighted is the Sweet Conversations Bundle.

I love all the pinks and purples in this card and with Valentines Day right around the corner … I thought this would be perfect, and what better way to showcase the card than a “Shaker” card! Don’t we all want to get “all shook up” over Valentines?

Ok … just a little teaser there and a close up of how I did the greeting! Let’s take a look at the video. You can grab a cup of coffee (or your favorite beverage) and join me …

The card would have been assembled even quicker if I wouldn’t have had “technical difficulties” … Oh, if only life’s little problems wouldn’t rear their heads when your going LIVE … LOL

Measurements:

  • Blackberry Bliss: 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ Scored at 4-1/4″ fold in half
  • Designer Paper: 5-1/4″ x 4″ (to be die cut)
  • Basic White: 5-1/4″ x 4″ (inside of card) Extra strip for greeting.
  • Window Sheet: 3-7/8″ x 2-3/8″

The video shows how you can use the entire piece of designer paper on your card as I did here on my sample …

I thought it was just too cute to wrap my greeting in hearts, and it was a way to use the strip of heart from the die cut. I’m sure Stampin’ Up! designed it that way, but we like to think we can be creative too! lol

I really do like the “white” background on the card because it really makes the hearts POP!! I also enjoy stamping with my friends and getting their opinion … that is my favorite part of the Facebook LIVES! I love to share but the interaction with you, my stampin’ friends is what makes it so fun.

I thank you for taking time out of your day to hang with me and watch (or rewatch) the video. I really would love to hear what YOU want to see … If I have it, I will share it.

Have an amazing day ~

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in today’s projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you ❤

Daisy Garden in Gold

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today I have yet another card from the Daisy Garden stamp set, and it’s stunning in gold! I embossed the Daisy Garden in Gold on Very Vanilla cardstock. Let me just say, sometimes simplicity can be stunning …

I matted the embossed image with the Gold Foil paper (4″ x 5-1/5″) which really highlights the gold daisies. This front is attached to the Very Vanilla Base (8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ and scored at 4-1/4″). Heat embossing is the technique that attracted me into stamping!

The greeting comes from the upcoming “Celebrating You” stamp set … it will be available January 4th in the Mini Catalog, as will the beautiful Brushed Brass Butterflies! I die cut the greeting with the Tasteful Labels dies …

I added a strip of the beautiful Gold Shimmer Ribbon that can be found in the current Mini that expires on January 3rd. So today … you got to see something new, with something in our annual catalog. I like utilizing my stamps and accessories from both catalogs.

Thank you for joining me today. Enjoy your day ~

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in today’s projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you

Daisy Garden Meets Split Circle Technique

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today I’ll be sharing the card from my Facebook LIVE last night … I really love the way this card turned out. Last week I shared the simplest way to use the Split Circle Technique using just 3 different size die cut circles, today I will show you the “trick” to get your colors to “flow” …

It’s really quite simple, you will just need to cut “more” circles. I’ll explain in colors because I’m not sure my video explained it well enough. You will need 1 large and 1 small white polka dot, 1 medium green, and then 1 large and 1 small black polka dot… all to be cut in half.

The flower added comes from the Daisy Garden stamp set I’ve shared the past couple days … I thought it would add a sweet touch to our card. Don’t you love how the Freesia and the Blue hues come out of the gems and match our daisy so perfectly? WOW!

Let’s take a look at that video …

Thank you for hanging out with me and checking out my card and video. I’ve been challenged to do this technique in my class, so time to get more creative … and I promise to share with you. It will be sometime in January after my club meets.

Have a wonderful Wednesday!

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Split Circle Technique Video

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today we’re going to explore the “Split Circle” technique … you’ll discover how easy it is to create this fun and unique paper design. I will be sharing the replay of my Facebook Live which shows you step by step how to create this card, then I’ll be sharing another card I’m sure you’ll enjoy just as much.

Here is the short video …

Are you ready to try this fun and easy technique? The next card is a bit more fun … I decided to use the Ombre Specialty paper, each circle was cut from a different section of the Ombre paper so you got the full effect.

I’ve decided to use the same embossing folder as I did on my first card, this piece of Basic White was cut 4-1/2″ x 3-1/4″ and was mounted onto a 5″ x 3-3/4″ piece of the Ombre Glimmer paper. I also used the same stamp set for my greeting which I stamped with Gorgeous Grape onto my Basic White banner.

Before mounting the card front onto our Highland Heather card base, I tied a White Glitter bow onto the left side. I couldn’t resist adding the beautiful 2021-2023 In-Color Jewels.

Even though we used the same technique on both cards, just the little touch of changing out how we add the greeting can make a big difference in the way the card looks. Fun, fun, fun!

Thank you for hanging out with me today!! Inspiration has spoken, are you following the calling?

Have an amazing day ~

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in today’s projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you

Enhance Designer Papers with Embossing Paste

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

I’ve been asked several times lately how I created the snowflakes on my Gingerbread & Peppermint Christmas Card sooooo … I thought I would just show you.

The cards were demonstrated on my Facebook LIVE … where I shared how you can enhance your designer papers using Embossing Paste and the Adorning Designs Decorative Masks. I figured the masks were in the Gingerbread & Peppermint suite for a reason … so that is where I started!

I also wanted to show you that some of the masks line up pretty nice with some of our other designer papers. Here I used the Peaceful Deer bundle and the Peaceful Prints Designer paper from the Sale-a-bration Catalog … I know many of you picked this paper! 🙂

Now join me and watch the video as I show you how easy it is to create these cards! Then I will be sharing the card where I used the Beauty of the Earth Designer Paper!!

I am thrilled to share my next card with you!! I feel in love with the “Angels of Peace” stamp set the moment I saw it. She is so lovely and delicate and these angels can be used for so many different occasions …

The sentiment “Sometimes angels are just good people with kind hearts”… is the second reason I had to have this stamp set. The water washed background of the Beauty of the Earth designer paper was the perfect background for the snowflake mask and the Sparkling Embossing Paste…. and the angel was meant to go with them.

I stamped my angel in Night of Navy and then gently used the Wink of Stella to add some some sparkle to her. I was VERY careful on the wings as I wanted them mostly white, and the wetness of the Stella will smear the Night of Navy ink. On the other hand … I used the Wink of Stella to pull some of the color out of the lines and into her dress to give it that soft blue look.

The greeting was also stamped in Night of Navy and then cut out using the Layering Circle Dies. I also cut a Night of Navy mat to coordinate with her dress and the card base. It all flows so nicely and completes the card.

This angle of the photo is to show you the beautiful texture on this card!! The sparkle in the snowflakes is accented by the Wink of Stella on our Angel. One of my favorite cards that I ahve made in a while!

I want to thank you for joining me today. Don’t forget I’m going LIVE tonight at 6:30 Central Time … You won’t want to miss this cute Holiday Idea!

Have a beautiful day, and take good care ~

Simply Sunday: Beauty of the Earth Card Parade

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

I have a treat for you today … a simple yet beautiful Slim Line card and a parade of other cards that were created from the amazing Beauty of the Earth Suite. I will also be sharing some fun techniques on these cards so, grab a cup of coffee and sit back with me while we go through these creative gems!

First up is my Slimline cards, this card fits in a business size envelope … I’m using two different patterns from the Beauty of the Earth Designer paper and joined them together with the pretty Gold Fine Art Ribbon; it has a touch of sparkle, so I had to add the Genial Gems to keep the sparkle going.

The greeting comes from the Beauty of Friendship stamp set / bundle. I chose the Cinnamon Cider as a mat and Merry Merlot as my card base … they pull those colors out of the designer paper. I find this suite / bundle very gender neutral … who wouldn’t love these cards!

My second card I’m using the same pattern of the Beauty of the Earth Designer Series paper and the Beautiful Trees dies. Another simple card when using your Stampin’ Cut & Emboss machine. The greeting comes from the Beauty of Friendship stamp set included in the bundle.

Ready to see another card using the same paper? The amazing thing is that each one looks sooo different! I used a landscape layout verses the portrait as I did on the first two cards and created this unique card. I also used Night of Navy on this card to pull out the blue in the designer paper.

I created the frame with the Stitched Rectangle Dies … I love this look, it’s new and fresh and highlights the designer paper. I added the tree and greeting from the bundle …

Now lets change things up a little by using a different pattern from our Beauty of the Earth Designer paper and a fun technique … the “Split Card Technique”. I’m using Old Olive and Early Espresso to coordinate with my designer paper. You can watch the video to see how to create this card yourself by CLICKING HERE!

Yesterday I shared the next card with you … the card base is Early Espresso and so is the tree itself, it made the Misty Moonlight designer paper from the Beauty of the Earth Designer paper really pop, and when I added the leaves to the trees … WOW! The leaves on the bottom are just another die cut of the top … just cut up into smaller pieces to lay upon the ground. So pretty!

The last card I have to share with you, used the same watercolor background paper but I’m changing up the seasons. Once the leaves are gone … well, winter comes next, and it makes for the perfect Christmas card …

I just love this card and I used the Chalk pen and Wink of Stella to add snow to my tree! How fun is that! I just wanted to show you that this is not just another tree set, but a bundle / or suite that can be used for any season … or any reason!!

Thank you for joining me this Sunday for my card parade, I hope you enjoyed the many styles of cards. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Stop back tomorrow as I have another card that you’ll enjoy!!

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in todays projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you