Thanks for joining us for the Stamp It Mother’s Day Spring Blog Hop
This is always a fun time of year. The grass is starting to turn green, birds chirping, sniffling, sneezing, 82 degrees today and snow tomorrow. We can all relate — Right!
The most important thing means Annual Catalog time. There are so many neat things, I can’t wait for you to see them starting May 4th.
- Card Base – Fresh Freesia 5-1/2” x 8-1/2” scored at 4-1/4”
- First Layer – Basic Black 5-1/4” x 4”
- Top DSP (Designer Series Paper) Layer: Hand Penned 3-3/4” x 2-1/2”
- Bottom DSP (Designer Series Paper) Layer: Hand Penned 3-3/4” x 2-1/4”
- ‘Picture Frame’ Basic Black and Basic White ‘Picture’: I just started cutting scraps until I liked it. Didn’t measure final.
- Picture holder/nail was a Rhinestone Basic Jewel and separated a strand of Basic Black Bakers Twine to not be too thick
- Flowers from Days to Remember debuting in the Annual Catalog May 4th in the 2021-22 annual catalog
- Happy Mother’s Day from Timeless Tulips
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Welcome to the Stamp It Group Easter Blog Hop
On March 1st, I issued 6” x 6” OSW (One Sheet Wonder) challenge to the team members of Kim’s Paper Krafters. I thought it would be fun to add that to this month’s blog hop. its a technique that has been around for awhile and often forgotten.You can create your own template or find many on Pintrest.
I added a 1/2” strip of Mint Macaron at 6” long to ensure perfect length to cut even with the card base. In playing with my layouts, I found I did like a thinner strip. You could also use ribbon or other paper.
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Welcome to the Stamp It Group Spring Fling Blog Hop
Did you get the FREE Flower & Field designer series paper (DSP) from the January – February 2021 sale-a-bration (SAB)? If not, you have until February 28th, 2021 to make a qualifying purchase and receive your 12 piece (2 each of 6 designs) pack FREE! *while supplies last
My card base is in Misty Moonlight 4 1/2” x 11” scored at 5 1/2”. Then you will cut 2 3/4” off of one side (put to the side – we will use that piece a bit later).
Now cut 2 pieces of DSP
* 1” x 4” (set aside)
* 2 1/2” x 4” (This piece will go on the short flap of your card base)
Cut 2 pieces of Basic White
* 5 1/4” x 4” (inside of card. Take the 1” x 4” strip of DSP you set aside and overlap your white and card base just a bit)
* 2 1/2” x 4” (Will adhere to the 2 3/4” piece we set aside from our card stock. You might want to stamp first)
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Welcome to Stamp It team Valentines Blog Hop.
Thank you for stopping by today. It’s definitely been a busy time these last several months and all things considered, I’ve lost my crafting mojo. It was definitely good to play a little bit. Using only current product, I had to be a little creative. Boy, I sure do miss the large letter dies. Surprisingly I made it happen.
Firstly, my card base in Flirty Flamingo is standard A2 (5 1/2“ x 8 1/2“ scored at 4 1/4” on the 8 1/2” side) From the Snail Mail Designer Series Paper (DSP) pack I chose two different patterns. The first for a layer on my card base (4” x 5 1/4”) has the real red scribbles. From the side in Real Red with Blushing Bride hearts, afterwards, I cut 1/2” x 2” strips for my letters.
For the center of the E and foot of the L, I cut one strip in half to be 1/2” x 1” For the “O” you can basically do whatever your creative mind thinks of. First I thought of the postage stamp punch, then the Apple Builder, I mean there are sometimes worms in Apples. Worms/slugs ‘the apple of your eye’ you get it. 🙂 I chose the Heart Punch Pack and fussy cut my snail.
All of a sudden I realized I had used NO STAMPS on this card. This is pretty #simplestamping if you will. Great start for a child, especially if you might not want to get the inks out.
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Lastly, make sure to visit my other team members for some great card ideas.
Welcome to the Stamp It Christmas Blog Hop. Today I’m keeping it #SimpleStamping with the Snowman Season set. Though not used, there is the Snowman Builder Punch.
These cards were created as the growing popular slimline cards. The bases in Mint Macaron and Misty Moonlight measure 8” x 9”, scoring the 8” side at 4”. This allows for a finished card of 4”x9” to fit in a standard #10 envelope. The white stamped layer was cut at 7 1/2” x 8”.
On each card I enhanced with a little water coloring using the new Water Painters.
The Santa hats were stamped using A Merry Hello Host set available in the August – December 2020 catalog for $10.00 with qualifying purchase.
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Welcome to the Stamp It Group Fall/Christmas Blog Hop
Today I am traveling and honestly wasn’t very prepared. I’m sharing with you an old favorite treat packet you can use for any powdered drink pouch such as hot chocolate or the appe cider I used for class.
- Crushed Curry base – 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″, scoring the 8-1/2″ side at 4-1/4″
- Measure and score or dot a mark at 2-3/4″ on the 5-1/2″ side. Cut diagonally from the 2 3/4”mark to where the center score line meets the top edge
- Plaid Tidings 6″ x 6″ DSP – 4″ x 5-1/8″
- Score or dot a mark at 2-5/8″ along the 5-1/8″ side and put your mark on your right side, cut from the mark to the opposite left corner
- Ribbon or Twine: Cut a 6” piece
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