The Beautiful Blizzard stamp set includes images, sentiments, and is perfect for creating that winter snow storm. The Blizzard Thinlets die is a great way to give your project snowflake embellishments. Don’t wait, find them on my online shop or contact me to get your Beautiful Blizzard Bundle.
I love to make thank you cards for my customers as I really appreciate everyone that comes shopping with me. So with that in mind I made this gorgeous cards using the new stamp set Happiness Surrounds which is only available during the month of November or while stocks last. This stamp set can be used for so many occasions and if you just change up a sentiment you can add so many more cards.
I was inspired by a card that Connie Collins from Constantly Stamping made during the Artisan Design Team Blog Hop. I was at my team leaders house having a stamping day and so only had very limited supplies with me, though I could have used my team leaders ink too, I liked that I made this with only a couple of colours.
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Multipurpose pickup and precision tool simplifies meticulous tasks. Tacky putty tip easily picks up sequins, paper accents and other small objects, twist to dispense more putty (putty tip refills available). Other end has 2 changeable, double ended tips with paper piercer, mini spatula, small stylus and large stylus. Includes protective end caps. 16.5cm long.
Catch a Snowflake
Let it snow! Or at least, create a snowy wonderland using this incredible assortment of products. With two stamp sets, paper, accessories, and dies, the only limit is your creativity!
This month I have been preparing a class for a customer and her guests and she asked for the Signs of Santa Stamp set & dies. I didn’t have them at the time so of course I needed to purchase them. Any excuse to purchase new product 🙂
I went searching for some inspiration and came across Stampin with Sandi and her Mass Producible cards using the Signs of Santa suite of products. I loved the cards right away and so made up the 4 samples that she shared. I changed up the bakers twine on two of them and haven’t included the snowflakes but everything else is the same. I just love how she has created them.
Here are my cards below. I hope my customer and her guests are going to love these.
I didn’t feel I had enough Santa’s in the pack of dsp to cut for everyone so we’ll be stamping him and colouring him in with markers.
I have listed all the supplies below, so if you love these cards as much as I do and want to make your own, check out the products in this suite on pages 18-21 in the current Holiday Catalogue. You can also click on any of the products below to be taken directly to my online store and purchase all your Christmas card making products now.
I have been creating some cards for a customer and her guests to make at her stamp a stack workshop. Most of these ladies know how to stamp and want to come away with cards that they can send out. So I try to make up some different types of cards with a couple of techniques or tools to use to help with the process of making cards to send their friends and family.
I fell in love with the Beautiful Baubles stamp set and I was lucky enough to receive it as a gift from my upline as a thank you for presenting at our team retreat in August. I needed some inspiration, however, so off I go to find some inspiration on Pinterest and I came across Sam Hammonds babywipe technique. I do love the babywipe technique as it is lots of fun and looks different everytime.
I did change up her card design by layering it onto a Pool Party card base but raising the bauble onto a silver scallop. I nixed the rhinestones and left it fairly simple.
I created another card with the same technique but this time rotated the card to be in Portrait and stamped a different sentiment straight onto the card base. I really like the simplicity of this design.
If you like these cards and would like to make them yourself at home, then click on any of the links below to go straight to my online shop and order your Products for Christmas card making today.
The Holiday Catalogue has been out since the beginning of September and there are so many things that you won’t want to miss seeing in this catalogue especially all the beautiful designs in the Designer Series Papers.
Some of these papers you need to see to really appreciate the beauty of them.