Monday, September 28, 2015

Disney style card set

Using some Disney style paper and some Mickey punches to create a batch of Disney note cards to give as a thank you gift.

The paper is by Creative Imaginations and the stamps are a pack from Joanns, but I can't find the label anymore.

Find inspiration everywhere! Go... Create something fun & fabulous. Enjoy! 

Monday, September 21, 2015

Sizzix flip it card Disney style

I think this is my first Sizzix flip it card. My mom got this great Sizzix die set on sale on line and shared it with me. Of course I happened to have awesome Disney papers lying on my work space so I decided to use them. Then I found the perfect stamp for the fireworks themed paper. 

It was meant to be.

I am thrilled with how it turned out. Let the paper do all the hard work and it turns out adorable. Love this flip it style. The dies make it so simple to achieve. Win, Win!!!

Find inspiration everywhere! Go... Create something fun & fabulous. Enjoy! 

Saturday, September 19, 2015

August Stamp-A-Stack class cards

Another fun Stamp-A-Stack class with a great group of friends. The above card was case'd from this beautiful card. I changed very little because I loved everything about it. The ladies at class seemed to really love it too. 

This soft and sweet beauty was inspired by multiple cards. I swiped details from one and color combo's from another. Combining them all for this bright card. Very fun with just a touch of bling. 

Find inspiration everywhere! Go... Create something fun & fabulous. Enjoy! 

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

July Stamp-a-stack card class

These were designs made at our July Stamp-A-Stack class. This first card was inspired by this Pinterest find. I just switched up the paper selection. 

This design found on Pinterest inspired my second card option. I changed very little. I liked the original so much. 

These are the party favors I copied from this tutorial. Great instructions made it easy to whip these out. I filled them with a couple of Hershey's Nuggets and tied them closed. 

A close up of the beautiful discontinued, but still loved, SU! DSP, and the cute little layered punch details.  

Find inspiration everywhere! Go... Create something fun & fabulous. Enjoy! 

Sunday, September 13, 2015

Shoe theme swap cards

Super simple cards where the paper does all the hard work. I got the inspiration and layout idea from Airbornewife's Stamping Spot. She offers great tutorials on maximizing one 6 x 6 inch paper pad, for card making. So when my swap groups theme was shoes, and I didn't have any stamps I went looking for paper. In a bit of a stretch I think rubber boots qualified. Then I found the perfect sentiment stamp  to include with rain boots. 

I love how these turned out. Beautiful paper makes cute cards easy. This is from an Echo Park paper pack, I can't locate the label any longer. But it is beautiful quality paper. Love it. 

Find inspiration everywhere! Go... Create something fun & fabulous. Enjoy! 

Monday, August 31, 2015

June Stamp-a-stack class cards

These are my designs for the June Stamp-A-Stack class my friend and SU! upline Tina and I host every month. I found my Pinspiration for this cute but simple card, and changed very little. It is an awesome design. My class attendees really enjoyed recreating it. 

I took my initial design cues from this card on Pinterest, but had to change up the colors. I am not a big fan of the Delightful Dijon, so I swapped that out for the Bermuda Bay that also coordinates with the Bohemian DSP.

I appreciate all the amazing talent out there and the ability to gather all this wonderful inspiration onto one place for access any time. It's truly amazing. 

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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

July Paper Pumpkin cards

This may be my most favorite Paper Pumpkin kit yet. I love the stamp set. I haven't done much with the papers that came in this set, yet. I will find some inspiration. 

Here I have just randomly stamped the cups all over SU! Crumb Cake card stock in the Early Espresso ink. I then colored with the no longer available, but I still love them, Blendabilities. Super quick and simple, but so cute. 

Here I used the die cut tea cup shapes. I created a little tea bag pocket and decorated it with a portion of doily.

Attach it to the front of a card, here you see one pocket open, with the packaged tea bag slipped inside. I used a glue dot to hold it closed after filling it.

This is a gift card holder made with the Envelope Punch board. The sentiment is a sneaky peak at a new set, A Little Something, coming soon in the Holiday Catalog.

I stamped and then fussy cut out the tea cup. Then see how I was able to create a mirror image? Ugh!!! Not as easy as it looks. I followed this tutorial, but none of my inks created a dark enough stamped image. So I finally just got out an extra fine point Sharpie and traced over all my light stamped images. Not perfect but it works. Fussy cut the mirror image and away you go.

Same gift card holder decorated for Christmas with yet another sneaky peach of paper, Merry Moments, also available in the Holiday Catalog.

This is the inside of the gift card holder. Very cool! The tea/coffee cups are perfect for decorating a Starbucks gift card.

Find inspiration everywhere! Go... Create something fun & fabulous. Enjoy! 
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