Posts filed under Cardmaking

High Tide Birthday Card

When I first looked through the new 2017 Occasions catalog, I knew that “High Tide” would be one of the first stamp sets I’d order. It’s so pretty, and so versatile! It has a lighthouse, sandy beach, water, seagulls, and more! You can use this nautical themed stamp set for men, women, children, coworkers -… (read more)

Stampin’ Mist Background Technique

Every other month, I get together with other Stampin’ Up! demonstrators in my area for a “Demo Camp.” At these gatherings, we share both business and creative ideas – along with friendship and snacks. At a recent Demo Camp, my Upline (the term we use for for the Demonstrator directly above you, usually the one… (read more)

Reflection Stamping Technique

Have you ever seen a handmade card and wondered “How’d they do that?” I have – all the time! And I will sometimes spend hours, scouring the internet, watching countless videos on YouTube, wasting untold amounts of cardstock, trying to perfect a new technique! But you don’t have to do that! Let me show you how… (read more)

Tall Ice Cream Cone Card

I scream, you scream, we all scream for… an ICE CREAM CONE BIRTHDAY CARD! Cards for kids can sometimes be challenging. I’m not talking about toddlers or preschoolers, but the grade school through teenage years. Especially for boys, am I right? Too old for teddy bears and dinosaurs, but not yet old enough for traditional… (read more)

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