Every holiday has its icons, but who doesn't love the Easter Bunny in all his many forms including this fine sir. Unfortunately he is retired, but I just could not resist pairing him with the jelly bean sentiment! So cute!
Do I Smell Jelly Beans – Art Impressions stamps Rabbit (retired) and Jelly Beans; Taylored Expressions Little Bit die Easter Confetti; Memory Box die Stitched Rectangles
Now for some newer bunnies. Taylored Expressions new Skinny Mini Spring Borders features four dies: bunnies, birds, flowers and a chevron pattern. I paired two of the borders with the Easter Wishes banner set, substituting the "Happy" from the TE Happy Birthday Banner die for the "Wishes." Along the bottom of the card is a picket fence festooned with the flowers border, a bunny and a birdhouse. Happy Easter Birdhouse – Taylored Expressions die Easter Wishes Banner, Happy Birthday Banner, Eventful Bunny Border, Little Bit Birdhouse and Picket Fence; Memory Box die Resting Birds; design inspired by Jean Manis
For this next card I used a variety of dies -- some new, some old -- to create a pretty Easter scene. The new Lattice Frame die from Taylored Expressions is available only through brick-and-mortar stores like The Stamp Act. I used the Easter Wishes Banner again and cut the bunny from felt, dressing him up with a cute little bow.
Easter Wishes Basket – Taylored Expressions dies Chocolate Rabbit, Lattice Frame, Easter Wishes banner, Peek-A-Boo Easter and Wispy Grass; Impression Obsession die Basket; Memory Box die Peter Cottontail
This scene was created with the new TE Eventful Bunny die paired with a picket fence, clouds and trees. Plus there are Easter eggs hiding in the grass! Eventful Bunny Border – Taylored Expressions dies Eventful Bunny Border, Build A Scene Trees, Wispy Grass, Cloud Border; Little Bit Easter Confetti and Picket Fence; Memory Box die Stitched Clouds; design inspired by Melody Rupple
And why not decorate your fireplace for Easter with bunnies, flowers and an Easter basket? How cute is this? Easter Fireplace – Taylored Expressions die By The Fireside, Little Bits Chocolate Bunny, Skinny Mini Spring Borders, Grass Border; Little Bit Easter Confetti, Frame in Frame, Little Bit Easter Basket and Door to Door Spring Décor; design inspired by Keia Shipp-Smith
Here I used the Eventful Border again, this time cutting it apart and nestling the pieces among the "hills" which were cut with the TE Rolling Stitched Clouds dies. The sky was embossed with the TE Cloudy Days. Easter Wishes Bunny Border – Taylored Expressions die Easter Wishes Banner, Eventful Bunny Border and Build A Scene Rolling Clouds; TE embossing folder Cloudy Days; design inspired by Jean Manis
While you're decorating don't forget the front door! This scene is full of spring colors and icons. Love the polka dot rainboots sitting on the doorstep.
Hello Spring Door – Taylored Expressions stamp set Spring Florals; TE dies Door to Door, Door to Door Spring Décor, Door to Door Décor, Stitched Banner Stacklets and Wispy Grass; Taylored Expressions embossing folder Corrugated; design inspired by Kerri Michaud
Now for a couple of bunny cards that are colored with Copic markers.Bunny with Eggs – Impression Obsession stamp Bunny with Eggs; Copic markers; design inspired by Karen Amidon
This bunny really lives up to his name: "Cuddle Bunny." I copied a card that Harriett Head (good friend and customer from Las Cruces) designed. Her choice of papers was inspired (they are from Penny Black). I feel like I could reach into the card and hug the soft, cuddly bunny. Thanks Harriett for the inspiration!Cuddle Bunny – Impression Obsession stamp Cuddle Bunny; Copic markers; design inspired by Harriet Head
Stop in at The Stamp Act soon for all your papercrafting needs! Thanks!
Hello friends. Check out our new line of Tiny Craft Dies from Memory Box. Though small in size they make a big statement! There are fun designs for Halloween, Fall and Christmas! Add these to a tag or card for the perfect embellishment! Or slip one in a card for a fellow papercrafting friend. They are just $2.99 each.
Here's a board showing each die on a tag -- be sure to click on the photo to enlarge it.
Now here are the same dies used on tags with little scenes of the season! Such fun!
A Word About Storage
Stamp and die storage is always of interest to papercrafters and Avery Elle has recently expanded their line of storage pockets. They discontinued their original storage pockets which we have sold for years in favor of offering small, large and extra large pockets. The large pockets are the same size as the original pockets. Now all pockets will be sold in packages of 50 instead of 25.
As many of you know, for my die storage I use 5” x 5” CD keeper plastic pockets. I find this size fits the majority of dies. I am pleased that Avery Elle is offering the smaller pockets because the CD Keepers I have been using are now discontinued.
The large pockets are perfect for storing clear and cling stamp sets as well as larger dies such as nested dies. The extra large pockets will be good for storing wider and taller stamp sets such as the Taylored Expressions sets.
The advantage to using pockets like these is that when your dies and stamps are stored in the same size pockets, it is much easier to organize them into categories and flip through them easily.
Make and Takes -- Make a free card
I have two delightful cards for you to choose from the next time you stop by The Stamp Act. It only takes a few minutes and you will probably learn something while you're stamping!
Say Happy Halloween with this cute card of Frank and friend taking a selfie!
Or send season's greetings to friends and family with this stunning winter scene.
Stop by the Stamp Act soon -- we'd love to see you.
If you see anything on the blog or website (links above) and want to reserve products or have me mail them to you, just give me a call at 915-833-9500 or send me an email to email@example.com. Gave a wonderful weekend.
Hello Friends. Whether it's Father's Day, Birthday or just appreciation, we all need masculine cards from time to time. And I often hear customers say they have no ideas. Well today I have some great ideas for you using new stamps from Impression Obsession.
June FREE Make It and Take It
The photo of this card is a little misleading. The card is pictured on a white background with a black border so ignore those aspects. The central image is called Roadster Grill which, along with the Gears background stamp and the You Are A Classic sentiment stamp, portrays a handsome vintage automobile. The "Celebrate in Style" is a Hero Arts stamp from my stash. Stop in the store anytime and make this card for Free!
Same stamps with a different look. I stamped the Roadster Grill on kraft cardstock then watercolored it in red, finishing it with a spritz of water to make the ink run a little. I embellished the card with gears, die cut with Memory Box Gearworks Border and Mini Gears dies, and a brad with a "screw top." Design inspired by Dina Kowal.
Here's a third idea with these stamps. OK I am really going to date myself now -- this roadster reminded me of the old movie (1965 -- yikes!) The Yellow Rolls Royce with Rex Harrison so I thought it would be fun to play with an unconventional color scheme. I used a Diagonal Stripe background stamp from My Favorite Things and embellished the card with the same gears dies from Memory Box. Design inspired by Laura Fulcher.
The other new stamp I played with is the Truck Collage from Impression Obsession. I stamped it in black and colored the truck with Prismacolor pencils blending with Gamsol, an artist-grade odorless mineral spirit. We sell Gamsol in a convenient, sponge-top dabber bottle that results in a pretty, almost watercolor-like look since it essentially melts the pencil's waxy lines and erases any grainy appearance. Simply color in a stamped image with colored pencils and apply Gamsol using the blending stumps. Note: this technique is for colored pencils that are waxy (like Prismacolor) not watercolor pencils. Our Gamsol Kit includes a 2 ounce bottle of solution, 2 blending stumps and a sandpaper pad for sharpening the paper stumps. We also sell additional stumps.
If you haven't ever tried blending with Gansol, here's a link to a video that demonstrates the technique. The houndstooth square is stamped with one of the new Mini Pattern stamps from Impression Obsession. This card is based on one that Kathi Anderson designed.
Another sample with a tip: I stamped the Gears background in dark brown ink on the corrugated paper then stamped it several times in tan ink in the corner. This gives the sentiment stamp more depth and the card more interest.
The last card in our series features the Collage Truck stamp with a Gears border. The sentiment stamp is from Tim Holtz Hashtags stamp set.
Here's another card I made using the Gears dies:
I used the same Memory Box gears dies and the Impression Obsession die set Greetings.
Retro Masculine Die
A must have die set for making masculine cards is the Retro Masculine set from Impression Obsession. Look at all the pieces: mustaches, glasses, hats, pipe and ties!
Here are a couple cards made with this set:
For this card I embellished the stamped sentiment (My Favorite Things) with the Retro set. The frames are from a frame in frame die from Impression Obsession.
Same Retro and Frame in Frame sets along with a thanks die from Paper Smooches.
This card was created by my friend and customer, Bea Mieckowki. I love the mix of papers and square brad embellishments. I am not sure if Bea inspired me or vice versa, but here's a somewhat similar card I made:
For this card I used dies from Paper Smooches (Frame 2 and Kudos Words) with the Retro Masculine set.
Just a few more samples that are classic masculine cards. For these Bea and I used the Taylored Expressions set All the Fixings stamp and die combo set and the Pegboard die.
To see other masculine card designs, please visit The Stamp Act Gallery here.
Huge Sale Continues
Don't forget that our huge sale continues until June 18. All Christmas, Halloween, Fall, Easter, Valentine and Graduation products are on sale 40% off. Stop in and shop and make a free card -- Chloe and I would love to see you! FYI: Chloe is feeling great these days and although this isn't the best picture, I wanted you to see her fresh from being groomed. Come say hello in person! Have a great day!
Hello Friends. I hope you had an enjoyable Memorial Day weekend. Chloe and I had a good time binge watching Downtown Abbey -- it's so good!
Today's samples are all cute, funny and sometimes punny! I really enjoy these cards because everyone needs a good laugh from time to time. As you look through the samples remember that to order anything you see on the blog, just contact Polly at 915-833-9500 or firstname.lastname@example.org. I am happy to help you with anything you need!
Our first card features a cute frog die with a punny sentiment! IRL the colors are much more vibrant and the background is a cloudy blue sky. I drew the lilly pad then cut it our of white cardstock and edged it in light green ink. One die that is a must have is a frame die -- this one is Taylored Expressions Frame in Frame die which includes four different frames.
Wart’s New – Art Impressions stamp Wart’s New; Cottage Cutz die Mini Frog; Taylored Expressions dies Frame in Frame, Cloud Border and Little Bits Sun and Clouds
New from Impression Obsession are the Patchwork Animal dies. These are very detailed dies (meaning lots of individual pieces to cut the ears, eyes, arms, etc.) and are meant to work with the new Mini Pattern stamps. You can see the dies and the stamps on our What's New page here. For these cards I stamped the Mini Pattern stamps (there are 4 sets of 3 stamps each at 2.75" square each) in colored ink on colored cardstock. I chose a rainbow of colors and stamped away so I had a wide selection of colors and patterns to choose from when I started die cutting. Even though I used 3 of the new Patchwork Animal dies for baby cards, they can be used for lots of other occasions too.
Hippo – Impression Obsession die Patchwork Hippo; Taylored Expressions dies Welcome Spring, Build-A-Scene Nursery, Love Confetti and Treat Toppers Baby; IO stamps Painted Stripes and Mini Patterns
Elephant – Impression Obsession die Patchwork Elephant; Paper Smooches die Cardbooking; Taylored Expressions stamp and die combo Love You More; IO stamps Mini Patterns
Sheep – Impression Obsession die Patchwork Sheep; Taylored Expressions die Block Party Love; IO stamps Mini Patterns; IO die Typewriter Alphabet Lower Case
This die is actually a gator but to me it looks like a dinosaur. The sentiment is perfect for a "T-Rex" and adding the "brother" die cut word really personalizes your card.
Dinosaur – Impression Obsession die Patchwork Gator; Taylored Expressions stamp Punny Man; Spellbinders die Labels One; IO stamps Mini Patterns; IO die Plain Alphabet Lower Case; Cottage Cutz die Brother; Taylored Expressions die Stitched Frame Stacklets 1
TE Pocketful of Sunshine
This is a very versatile stamp and die combo set from Taylored Expression. The image stamps all fit in the pocket which is stitched to look just like a jeans pocket. The possibilities are endless with this cute little pocket and clever sayings.
Tip: See the stitching on the circle? How did I make the stitching continuous even though part of the circle is cut off? Here's the tip: First die cut a rectangle with a stitched die then die cut the stitched circle from this rectangle. Easy yet very impressive!
Orange Sending Love – Taylored Expressions stamp and die combo set Pocketful of Sunshine; Lifestyle Crafts embossing folder; Memory Box die Stitched Circles and Stitched Rectangles; design inspired by Jean Manis
Denim Pocket – Taylored Expressions stamp and die combo set Pocketful of Sunshine; TE die Build-A-Bookmark; TE die Little Bits Love Confetti; design inspired by Shannon White
Braided Hoppy Day – Taylored Expressions stamp and die combo set Pocketful of Sunshine; TE embossing folder Braided; Memory Box die Stitched Scallop Circles; TE die Tag Stacklets 1; TE border die Zig Zag; design inspired by Kendra Wiestock
Frog Sending Love – Taylored Expressions stamp and die combo set Pocketful of Sunshine; design inspired by Joan Ervin
Don't forget to use your labels or stacklet die sets for backgrounds. Here I used the Postal Stacklets set from Taylored Expressions.
Hot Pink Hello – Taylored Expressions stamp and die combo set Pocketful of Sunshine; TE dies Hi Hey Hello and Postal Stacklets; design inspired by Joan Ervin
Add a little polka dot paper to the top of the pocket for an interesting detail.
Flowers Hoppy Day – Taylored Expressions stamp and die combo set Pocketful of Sunshine; design inspired by Shelly Mercado
Pink Sending Love – Taylored Expressions stamp and die combo set Pocketful of Sunshine; design inspired by Joan Ervin
Purple Hoppy Day – Taylored Expressions stamp and die combo set Pocketful of Sunshine; design inspired by Joan Ervin
You Make Me Smile – Taylored Expressions stamp and die combo set Pocketful of Sunshine; Impression Obsession dies Instant Photo Frame and banners and Tails; Penny Black clear stamp set Snippets; design inspired by Taylor VanBruggen
Tips on Storing Dies
As we consumers demand more and more detailed dies, our wonderful vendors are more than happy to oblige. Pictured here is the new Patchwork Hippo die set with its 15 separate tiny dies! Safely storing a set like this is critical which is why I just ordered a huge roll of magnetic "paper" so I could keep all those tiny little dies secure inside the CD Keepers that I use for storing dies. The magnet is strong enough that once the dies were on it I could shake it vigorously and they didn't go flying. I am selling some of the magnetic paper in packages of 10 (cut to 4" x 4.5") for $4.99 each. Quantities are very limited so stop in soon for a free sample.
Big Summer Sale
I am out of room for new dies and the new Christmas and Fall releases will be coming out next month so I am having a huge sale starting June 1 through June 18 on selected merchandise including all Christmas, Halloween, Fall, Valentine and Easter products. Every product in these categories is marked down 40% and when you spend $100 (excluding sales tax), you will get an additional 10% off your total expenditure. There is too much sales merchandise to picture on the website so if you're looking for something specific, come in the store as soon as you can for best selection. First come, first served! Questions? Please contact Polly at 915-833-9500 or email@example.com. I am happy to help you with anything you need!
Hello Friends! I hope you are planning an enjoyable Memorial Day weekend. Today I want to share with you a variety of welcome baby cards plus a few other samples for get well and other occasions.
Welcome Baby Cards
This card and the one below it are pretty straightforward. I did sponge the background behind the Welcome die with blue or purple to give the die a little more presence. You could easily turn this into a shaker card too.
Welcome Little One Boy – Taylored Expressions die Welcome Little One; TE stamp set Onesie Twosie with onesie die; design inspired by Jen Shults
Welcome Little One Girl – Taylored Expressions die Welcome Little One; TE stamp set Onesie Twosie with onesie die; design inspired by Jen Shults
Block Party Baby Feet – Taylored Expressions dies Block Party Baby, Treat Toppers Baby and Stitched Banner Stacklets; design inspired by Kerri Michaud
The star of this car is the Cable Knit embossing folder -- it looks just like a baby blanket.
Block Party Baby Safety Pin – Taylored Expressions dies Block Party Baby, Treat Toppers Baby and Stitched Banner Stacklets; TE embossing folder Cable Knit; TE stamp set Little Bits of Baby; design inspired by Kim Singdahlsen
Welcome Teddy Bear – TE dies Little Bits Teddy Bear, Welcome Baby and Build-A-Scene Nursery; Memory Box die Pinpoint Squares; TE stamp set Little Bits of Baby; design inspired by Courtney Kelley
Don't you love this little nursery? Taylored Expressions has such clever Build-A-Scene dies! See how the rug, curtain, lampshade and baby mattress match? So cute!
Nursery – TE dies Build-A-Scene Nursery and Build-A-Scene window; TE stamp set Little Bits of Baby; design inspired by Sankari Wegman
Get Well Soon
It's always a good idea to have a stash of get well cards so if you're going to pull out dies and stamps and papers to make one, go ahead and make several with the same design. For these cards I used the Memory Box die Curved Get Well; Paper Smooches die Bandaids; and Taylored Expressions dies Mini Bloomers and Bloomers Greenery. The papers are from Penny Black's paper pad Beau Jardins. I chose the papers and matching cardstocks then cut flowers and greenery in every shade I needed. I cut the bandaids from kraft cardstock then cut them again from coordinating cardstocks for the hearts. Assembly was quick and I embellished with butterflies and sequins.
Flower Portrait Frame
Penny Black's Flower Portrait Frame die is a very versatile frame with tiny openings all around. The middle of the frame is filled with flowers. I recently used this frame in a variety of different ways.
For this card, I cut the frame from white cardstock three times and glued them together to give the frame more heft and dimension. Then I removed the inner piece, sponged a background of greens and blues, sponged the flowers with red and green and arranged them around the dog.
Bring Me Joy – Penny Black clear stamp sets Man’s Best Friend and Happy Snippets; Penny Black die Flower Portrait; Impression Obsession die Banners and Tails; Taylored Expressions embossing folder Corrugate
Here the frame is sponged with orange and yellow inks. OMG Mom – Penny Black clear stamp sets Man’s Best Friend and Happy Snippets; Penny Black die Flower Portrait; Taylored Expressions die Conversation Bubbles; Penny Black stamps Skyline and Dots in Space; design inspired by Therese Schaffer
For this card I die cute frame and removed the flowers while I sponged the grass and sky background. I colored the flowers with Copic markers and reinserted them into the frame securing them on the back with tape. I also inlaid the flowers centers in white. Black-White – Penny Black die Flower Portrait; Penny Black clear stamp set Snippets
Remember in the cards above I cut the frame multiple times? Well that meant I had a lot of "middles" left over. I decided to sponge the middle (background) using Distress Inks Picked Raspberry, Wild Honey and Ripe Persimmon. I mounted the background on textured white cardstock then mounted this piece on a white card with foam tape. The flowers and stems are open except for the centers which I also sponged and inserted in the center of each flower.
Sponged Flowers – Penny Black die Flower Portrait; Penny Black clear stamp set Sprinkles and Smiles; design inspired by Therese Schaffer
One more sample: I embossed the background with the Zig Zag embossing folder then added color to the embossing by holding my ink pad (Memento dye ink New Sprout) perfectly level and sliding it across the top of the embossing. I die cut the frame several times then glued them together over the stamped flower image.
Zig Zag Background – Penny Black die Flower Portrait; Penny Black clear stamp sets Enamor and Snippets; Taylored Expressions embossing folder Zig Zag; design inspired by Elizabeth Allan
I know these days many people don't need bookmarks as much because they read books on their tablet or e-reader, but bookmarks are still fun to make and give. Taylored Expressions has a new die set called Build-A Bookmark and a new stamp set called Plot Twist that coordinate with their previously released Mark Your Spot Bookmark die and stamp set to create delightful bookmarks.
Tip: Add a ribbon accent that's not bulky by threading ribbon through the die cut opening then tying twine or thinner ribbon around it into a bow.
Bookmarks -- Taylored Expressions dies Mark Your Spot Bookmark and Build-A-Bookmark; TE stamp set Plot Twist
A Few More Fun Samples
Memory Box has several Triptych dies. Perhaps you remember I just posed this sample using the Dogwood Blooms and Stem Triptych dies.
Today I have two samples using the tree Triptych die.
I die cut the tree triptych and the fence from decorative paper that is embossed with a woodgrain design (American Crafts). To bring out the woodgrain, I colored the embossed woodgrain with a Prismacolor pencil (Dark Brown). I glued the tree frames to green decorative paper and added pink flowers accented with tiny crystals.
Tree Triptych 1 – Memory Box die Tree Triptych; Memory Box stamp Seeds of Happiness; Poppy die Johnny Jump Ups; Taylored Expressions die Picket Fence; design inspired by Pam Going Postal
For this card I die cut the Tree Triptych from the front of a top folding card then adhered blue cardstock behind the openings. I inlaid the tree frames and added little flowers, sequins and a sweet sentiment.
Tree Triptych 2 – Memory Box die Tree Triptych; Penny Black clear stamp set Happy Snippets; Poppy die Hydrangea Blooms small; design inspired by Michele Henderson
Switching gears a little, here's a very happy birthday card! I cut the balloons from glitter paper (blue and white which I colored with a yelow Copic marker); cut the candle border from white cardstock then colored it with Copics; and cut the Best Day Ever from blue cardstock. Cute card!
Best Day Ever – Impressions Obsession dies Rectangle Frame 6 in 1, Best Day Ever, Heart Balloon and Candle Border; Penny Black die Balloons; design inspired by Kittie Caracciolo
One more ... my friend Jane Smith made this funny gal -- isn't she hilarious! I love the way Jane made her standing in the corner -- very cleverly drawn lines and coloring. Thanks Jane!
Sylvia – Art Impressions stamp Sylvia; sentiment stamp unknown; card designed by Jane Smith
Have a great weekend and please stop by the Stamp Act soon!
I’m BACK!I hope you haven’t given up on me.I have spent the last three weeks cleaning the store from top to bottom.The “back rooms” were full of 10 years of stuff, and the classroom storage area was crammed with inks, paints, adhesives and all kinds of stamping paraphernalia we use for classes.Everything was pulled out, sorted, and either donated to several wonderful teachers and school counselors; donated to Goodwill; hauled to the dumpster; or kept.Items that were kept were cleaned, sorted and labeled.After that task was finished, I started on the store’s showrooms.Those were also cleaned and merchandise was moved to new display areas.During this process I also pulled hundreds and hundreds of items for a huge clearance sale.This “spring cleaning” just about killed me because I have very bad knees and being on my feet for many hours a day is very painful, but now that it’s done, I am so happy with the results.I have only one more huge task ahead – sorting hundreds of stamped samples!Ugh!
Sale, Sale, Sale
As I mentioned, we are now having a huge clearance sale.We have hundreds of stamps, papers, embellishments, and much, much more on 50% discount.The sale will last until everything is sold, but hurry in soon for best selection.There are plenty of really great bargains so come on in and take a look!
I would like to say a quick thank you to all the wonderful stampers from out of town who visited the store over the holidays. Ann from Minnesota found Dreamweaver Stencils she had never seen before; Cathy from Ohio loved the store and my technique using the Memento ink pads and jumbo foam daubers. Judy from Phoenix discovered the Just Rite stampers which she had never seen before. As I talked to these ladies and other from across the country, the recurrent theme was how they either had no local stamp store to teach them new techniques or their local store(s) were closed or closing. If you value learning more about your hobby, please patronize your local stores. In this very precarious economy, local stores need all the business they can get. Take a class, shop for new stamps, and enjoy expressing yourself artistically!
Black and White Class
Needless to say, I did no stamping during the cleaning spree.And when I finally got back to it, I was very rusty!My first efforts really disappointed me, but I persisted and thankfully things improved.My class this weekend (Sat, Jan. 17 from 10am to noon) is “Black and White with a Splash of Red.”I am using papers from Kaisercraft, several fun techniques and lots of embellishments from die cuts to felt flowers to stickers.Let me show you the cards I made for the class.
In the class you will learn an alcohol resist technique that I learned from Tim Holtz (see first card above); how to flock stickers (second card); how to emboss and die cut craft foil (first card, second row); and how to layer Nestabilities, use Cuttlebug borders and use ink over an embossed background (last card). I hope you will join us!
Birthday Card Class
Sat afternoon from 2 to 4pm, Felicity will be teaching a “Birthday Cards” class featuring the new Impression Obsession “Birthday Cakes” clear stamp set colored with Twinkling H2O’s.Felicity will also demo the Layered Watercoloring technique that Dave Brethauer has on his blog at www.davebrethauer.typepad.com.The small folded cards shown below are made with the largest Spellbinder Mega Scalloped Rectangle.These small cards are great for gift enclosures, too!
Basic Grey Bittersweet Card Kit Class
Another popular class coming up on Saturday, January 24 (2 to 4pm) or on Wednesday, January 28 from 6 to 8pm is the new Basic Grey Bittersweet Card Kit.This wonderful card kit makes 8 darling Valentine cards using the new Bittersweet collection papers – which I love – and plenty of chipboard embellishments and stickers.The cards are quite creative and I know you will enjoy making them!Here’s a preview of the cards:
If you can't attend class you can buy the kit. Please let me know and I will reserve one for you.
I have lots more to blog about this week so check back tomorrow. Don't forget the sale plus I have lots more orders coming in. The new Hero Arts release has some really great stamps and embellishments; we have new and very funny Valentines stamps from Deadbeat Design -- watch for an upcoming class using these stamps; new Outlines stamps are coming soon; plus new stamps from Stampendous and Lockhart. I have also reordered the Inchie stamps from Inkadinkado so if you want those let me know. Harriet will be teaching an Inchies class on Sat, Feb 7 (I will show her samples later this week) and I will be teaching a Grid Stamping class on Sat, Feb 28. Have a great day!