I used the Sprinkles of Life stamp set from Stampin’ Up! to create my card for The Paper Players #250 challenge this week. The challenge this week is to make a clean and simple summer treat card…nothing better than a little ice cream to help cool off on a hot summer day!
I used the Stampin’ Up! stamp sets called Butterfly Basics and Six-Sided Sampler to create my card to share today.
I used the Love is Kindness and Six-Sided Sampler stamp sets from Stampin’ Up! to create my card for the Stamping and Blogging sketch this week. Be sure to click on the links below to check out the projects that the other Design Team Members have created with this sketch!
I made this card with the Petal Potpourri, Nature’s Perfection and Six-Sided Sampler stamp sets from Stampin’ Up!
I used the Butterfly Basics and the Six-Sided Sampler stamp sets from Stampin’ Up! to create my card to share today.
How is that for a title? 🙂 Maybe I should try to come up with a movie theme to match it…
I used my Serene Silhouettes stamp set from Stampin’ Up! and my new Lost Lagoon and Hello Honey ink pads to create my card to share today. Sponging is a technique that I don’t do as often as I should so I thought that it was time pull out the new In Colors and get my fingers inky!
I can’t believe that Stampin’ Up!’s Sale-a-bration 2014 kicks off in less than two days!! I’m sharing another sneak peek at one of the stamp sets that you can earn for free with a $50 or greater order during Sale-a-bration. This stamp set is called You’re Lovely and it matches the Deco Labels Collection Framelits, I love it when I can use new items with something that I’ve already got! I also love that the flower image that I used for my card can fit several different sentiments from other stamp sets. Almost all of the Petite Pairs sentiments fit with it and so does the sentiment that I used from the Six-Sided Sampler set.
I used the Stampin’ Up! hostess set Simply Sketched and the Six-Sided Sampler stamp set to create my card today. I also used the bleaching technique to create the flower image. It’s an easy technique and the results are really neat!