Welcome to team Stamp-It’s blog hop featuring Halloween.
This card using the Candy Cane background die and a rectangle from the Deckled Rectangles die was so easy to make. I was able to cut both the background and rectangle at the same time with the Stampin’ Up! Cut n’ emboss machine.
Stamped the feet in the lower portion of the deckled rectangle
Stamped the witch’s hat on separate piece of basic white and using punch to punch the hat out
Colored hat, socks and buckleAdhered the black background with liquid Tombow
Popped up the rectangle with a couple of dimensionals
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Hello and welcome to this months Christmas in July blog hop. I am featuring the Christmas Scottie bundle with a simple yet different cut.
The card base is 11-1/2”x 4-1/4” scored at 5-1/2”. Then cut the top 2-1/8” x 5-1/2” and save for later add-on project. You can now run the bottom 2-1/8” x 5-1/2” through the embossing folder of your choice. For this card I used the Gingham design.
The save for later cut piece now becomes a gift tag.
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Welcome to this months Team Stamp It Father’s Day Blog Hop. This is the place to be for masculine card ideas. The sentiments don’t have to be related to Father’s Day as you will see in my cards today.
I chose the He’s All That stamp set which is also a part of the He’s the Man suite. I love the options provided in color and design of the designer’s series paper (DSP).
First design up today is To the man that has everything. Fairly basic card using 2 pieces of DSP measuring 1-1\4” x 2” 1 piece of cardstock 2” x 2-1/4”to stamp your sentiment. The nice thing about this, you can mix those if you want your sentiment at top, center as shown or bottom. For the strip of crushed curry it is 2” x 1/2”. I used a standard hand held paper punch to nip the two corners.
As for the second design today, it’s all about the layers and the time worn embossing folder (EF) in Crushed Curry 4” x 5-1\4”.n I forgot to list below. All three strips of DSP are 1-1\4” wide The first strip is 5”, second, 4-1/2” and the last is 4”.
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Hello and welcome to this months Team Stamp It Easter Blog Hop.
It’s been a busy couple of weeks between work and my friend Niki and I have been getting ready for a vendor/craft show. Wish us luck – they seem to be hit and miss. I don’t know if we are not faced with the right shoppers or if they really are not intrigued by our creations. #cardmakingisnotforeveryone
Welcome to this months Team Stamp-It Spring Blog Hop. As Sale-a-Bration comes to an end on February 28th and many of us are waiting for that moment to say “spring has sprung”. I’m afraid we will be waiting a bit longer. Until then, I hope you enjoy this months tour.
I choose to focus on the Daffodil Afternoon 12” x 12” DSP (designer series paper) and share with you some #simplestamping. I personally didn’t purchase the Daffodil daydream bundle. There are too many pieces and detailed for me and the amount of time I actually get to spend stamping these days.
Two of my cards are using 4” x 4” bases and the third is standard 5 1/2” x 4 1/4” portrait.
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