Thursday, September 30, 2010

Single Layer Christmas Card

The last few days I have been posting holiday cards that are the same but with a small twist to them. I just wanted to show the versatility of one stamp set. Where two cards cards can be made and with a few accessory changes the card can have a slight different look to it.

This is a single layer card which can be made by children. My 5 year old niece loves making her cards with punch. This would be a great card for children to make for their classmates.

CardStock: Real Red, Certainly Celery, and Whisper White

Stamp Set: Teeny Tiny Wishes

Accessories: Dimensionals, Mini Glue Dots, 1 1/4 circle punch, Real Red and Certainly Green Grosgrain Ribbon.

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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Christmas Petals A Plenty

I am loving the embossing folders and my big shot right now. I love how a lot of them just coordinate with the holidays. So right now I am stuck on using my embossing folders. I used the same embossing folder, two different stamps from one stamp set, and a few different accessories and have two different looks.

The greeting stamp that was used is new to my collection but you can beat having four different holiday stamps. This greeting stamp set is endless.

I cased this card design from Kitkatt55 I didn't use the exact same accessories that Kat did. Thanks for the design layout. Use can use any color that you want. Christmas just doesn't have to be red and white.

Cardstock: Whisper White and Real Red

Ink: Basic Black

Stamp Set: Four The Holiday

Accessories: Real Red Grosgrain Ribbon, Real Red Marker,Petals-A - Plenty Embossing Folder, and Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch.

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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

This card was made in less then 10 minutes. I do believe the longest part was getting the circles lined up. No, I am not that girl to pull out the ruler and make sure that it is spaced out to. I like to attempt to eye ball it and get it right. I enjoy simple and stress free stamping. I love just doing simple things!!!!!

Cardstock: Real Red, Certainly Celery, and Whisper White

Ink: Certainly Celery

Stamp Set: Teeny Tiny Wishes

Accessories: 1 1/4 circle punch and dimensionals

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Monday, September 27, 2010

Dasher With Ice

This dasher has been created with a little twist of ice added to it. The card is very similar to the card that was posted on yesterday with just a few minor accessories adjustments. Card making is just like wearing clothes. You can wear the same dress twice but change your accessories and make it look brand new. I enjoy stamping clean and simple!!!!

Cardstock: Early Expresso, Cherry Cobbler, Brushed Gold, and Very Vanilla

Stamp Sets: Dasher and Teeny Tiny Wishes

Ink: Cherry Cobbler and Versamark

Accessories: Big Shot, Square Lattice Embossing Folder, Modern Label Extra Large, Word Window Large, Dimensionals, Heat Tool, and Iridescent Ice

Technique: Embossing One Of My Favorite Techniques

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Sunday, September 26, 2010

Dasher With The Holidays

I have started creating my holiday cards with stamp sets that I already have in my collection. Most of my cards are using the same stamp set with just a different lay out or a different technique. The recession has hit us all and this is a just a way to use what we already have. Now I did buy a few new accessories. Once a craft junkie always a craft junkie.

Cardstock: Early Expresso, Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla, and Brushed Gold

Stamp Sets: Dasher and Teeny Tiny Wishes

Ink: Cherry Cobbler

Accessories: Gold Brads, Square Lattice Embossing Folder, Big Shot, Mat Pack, Dimensionals, Modern Label Extra-Large and Word Window Large Punches

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Saturday, September 11, 2010

Just For You

I have found myself being addicted to punches and the embossing folders. I really love the new square lattice embossing folder. So you may see this folder several times within the next few post.

Cardstock: Natural White, Old Olive, and Bashful Blue

Stamp Set: Teeny Tiny Wishes

Ink: Old Olive

Accessories: Basic Black Marker, Dimensionals, Two Stamp Bird Extra Large Punch, Big Shot Machine, and the Square Lattice Embossing Folder

All Products are SU unless otherwise noted.

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Friday, September 10, 2010


I totally cased this card with the exception of the greeting. I can't remember whose blog I saw the card on to give them credit for it. The card was very clean and simple to make.

Cardstock: Natural White, Real Red, Old Olive, and Tempting Turquoise
Stamp Set: Heard From The Heart
Accessories: Buttons and 1" Circle Punch.
Ink: Basic Black

I enjoy making clean and simple cards.

This isn't a good scan of the card. My scanner is acting up.

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Thursday, September 9, 2010

What Is On The Table

My gal pal Rose came down to visit with me last weekend because she has moved away and I haven't seen her in months. Rose and I just had a very easy going day nothing really planned, but to enjoy each another. Well in the process of the visiting what happened we began to stamp. Rose, brought a few of her embossing folders with her that I don't own so I could emboss some cardstock. I wanted to make a masculine card for a good friend that is under that weather. The supplies we had were very limited. This is why I titled this card what is on the table? Rose used what she had in front of her literally.

Cardstock: Espresso, Basic Grey, Old Olive, and Natural White

Stamp: Daffodil Stamp From Michaels & Teeny Tiny Wishes (SU)

Ink: Chocolate Chip

Accessories: Chocolate Chip & Old Olive Markers, Gold Brads, Modern Label Extra Large, Big Shot, and Square Lattice.
Technique: Sponging

Rose put this card together in a matter of minutes. I love to see Rose Stamping blood flow.

Thank Rose for being my friend.