The On The Horizon Bundle is stunning. There are so many beautiful scenes that you can create with it and with the coordinating paper! I fell in love and decided to create the March Online Card Class with it!!!
This card is just 1 of the 5 cards that I will be creating for the March Online Card Class that will take place on Friday, March 11th at 7:30 p.m. CT. This will be on Facebook on my Laura’s Stamp Pad Page!Click here to like and follow my page and be sure to set your notifications so you don’t miss out on all the posts, videos, and fun that goes on there!
It is FREE for anyone to watch the Online Card Class on Friday night. You can even watch any time after as the video will be posted there for you to enjoy any time. I will also be posting it to my YouTube Channel too if you prefer that over Facebook! If you wish to stamp along with me there are 2 options – purchase the pre-cut card kit or purchase the PDF Tutorial. Click here for all the details on those options! The PDF Tutorial has all of the measurements, list of products, and step by step directions for the projects!
I hope you will join in the fun next Friday for the March Online Card Class – On The Horizon because it will be lots of fun!
Something I would say we all probably could do more of….Relaxing! I know I sure can but it’s so hard for me to relax as I always feel like there is something that needs to be done. Of course there are 2 little ones who take up the rest of my time too! So relax with me for another 5 minutes and check out this fun card!
The In The Moment Stamp Set has beautiful images for a card like this! The greetings are great for everyday type cards! #HappyMail The line art images are great for coloring as well so shout out to all of my coloring lovers!!!
For this card, I stamped the image in Memento Black Ink and colored it in! I always like to take a photo of the markers I use so I remember for next time….and to share with all of you! Then I used the Layering Circle Dies to die cut out the image! This was then layered onto a piece of the In Good Taste Designer Series Paper!
The neutral colors of the card base and designer paper make it super easy to use any colors you would like for the image which is fun to mix it up! You could create multiples of this card and even add different greetings to each one! What occasion would you use this card for?!? Let me know in the comments below!
If you would like to create this Relax With Me card, check out the supplies listed below! Click ADD ALL TO CART for a quick shopping! Don’t forget that it is still Sale-A-Bration time!!!
One of the options for a $100 order is the Friendly Hello Bundle which includes a stamp set and 12″ x 12″ Designer Series Paper! I love the pastel yet bright colors and of course it’s FLOWERS! <3 I created this fun friendly birthday card in both Pale Papaya and Fresh Freesia!
I honestly am not sure which color I prefer the most! I really love both of them and had fun using this designer paper! Also, I love the fact that I created the same card with multiple sheets in the paper pack and got a similar look. Woot woot!
This card uses a regular card base of 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ but rather than just folding it in half, I folded a bit from both sides. The left side is 3-1/4″ and the right side is 1″. On the left I added a piece of the designer paper (3″ x 5-1/4″) and on the right I stamped a greenery image from the stamp set. The image was stamped in the same color as the card base for a subtle look!
For the greeting, I used the Scallop Contour Dies for that adorable dotted scallop retangle! Precious!!! The greeting from the Friendly Hello Stamp Set fits perfectly in that die! I added a little loop of ribbon on one end and added it to the card front hanging off a bit. When I have a piece hanging off like this I like to use Tear & Tape! Then I finished it off with some jewels!!!
On the inside of the card, I stamped the floral image in Memento Black and colored the flower in with Stampin’ Blends! There is still time for you to earn the Friendly Hello Bundle so you can make friendly birthday cards like these! Click the supplies listed below or just click ADD ALL TO CART for easy shopping!
Valentine’s Day is less than a week away!!! Here are some cards that I created with the Sweet Conversations Suite – Stamp, Dies, and Designer Paper!!! Super simple and fun to show you love someone!!! The January Paper Pumpkin also helped with my Valentine’s this year!
I really love this card. It’s a simple stamping with the greeting only. Highland Heather is a fabulous color to use with reds and pinks too! I am super digging it! The coordinating Sweet Hearts Dies are super fabulous because there are 13 individual hearts of different sizes that you can die cut all at the same time. It didn’t take forever for me to die cut a lot to make lots of these. That is a BONUS for me for sure! I’m not always a huge fan of die cutting a lot for a card!
Happy Galentine’s Day…..do you celebrate?!?!? I simply took the same greeting as the card above and stamped it down. Then using the Hug Me stamp, I cut out the G and added it over the top of the V. Super cute and fun! This card uses other dies from that same set – the tag and the hearts! The heart dies from the set actually coordinate with the Designer Series Paper. Love it!!!
Click on the supplies below if you would like to recreate these cards using the Sweet Conversations Bundle!!! Don’t forget that it’s still Sale-A-Bration time so you can earn FREE Stuff with every $50 order!!!
February is the 3rd month of my New Online Class option for those of you to stamp with me near and far! I LOVE IT!!! It’s been so much fun thus far and I am giddy excited about what I have planned for the upcoming months! For February, I have the Heart & Home Online Class and here is a sneak peak!
This is my favorite card in the February Class! There is just something about that blue and white pattern that I LOVE!!!! I also love those antique blue and white dishes. It’s just classic and stunning! My other favorite part about this card is the greeting! I inked up the flower image and then stamped off twice and then stamped it over the greeting! It’s subtle and amazing! I love it!
The inside greeting for this card from the Blessings of Home Stamp Set melts my heart! I LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!! This year I have really tried to make a point in telling people I love their shirt or I enjoyed our visit or you really mean a lot to me. This card is perfect!!! I urge you all to do the same. It makes other smile as well as makes you feel warm and fuzzy! (And right now with a winter storm coming for us, I need warm and fuzzy!)
I still have kits available for the February Heart & Home Online Class so sign up for your kit now so you can stamp along with me!!! You can also purchase the PDF Tutorial so you can cut all the pieces and stamp these SIX cards! That’s the other exciting thing about the February Class….I just couldn’t stop at 5 so there is a 6th bonus card!!! 🙂
Not sure you are into the kit this month, you can still join in the fun and watch me create these cards LIVE on Facebook (and then posted to YouTube) on Friday, February 11th at 7:30 p.m. CT!!! It’s free for anyone to join in and chat with me while I stamp and offer techniques and a fun evening!
You all know I LOVE flowers when it comes to stamping. What about animals?!? Are you a big fan or not? I do thing the Awesome Otter Sale-A-Bration Stamp Set is pretty cute and it’s FREE with a $50 order!
Come on, you can’t tell me that that face isn’t adorable!!!! And the Party Hat!!! I love it! I also will say that I don’t think this card is specific to really little kids either! What do you think?! Let me know in the comments below! I was inspired to create this card because of a swap card I received from Laura Mulligan so shout out to her! Thank you!
For this card, I started with a Thick Basic White card base and stamped the party hat all over on the top in Pool Party Ink. Next, I added a strip of the Sunshine & Rainbows Sale-A-Bration Designer Series Paper. Then I stamped the greeting on the corner of a strip of Basic White, added more Designer Paper and added it to the card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
For the focal point, I die cut some of the Sunshine & Rainbows Designer Paper. You can use whichever size circle you would like. Then I stamped the adorable otter onto a piece of Basic White in Memento Black Ink. After coloring him with Stampin’ Blends, I used that same circle die and cut him out. This gives that same rounded look on the bottom. For the top half, I fussy cut out the otter and layered it onto the designer paper circle! For the party hat, I simply stamped it onto some of the designer paper in Memento Ink and then fussy cut it out! This circle was then added to the card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals!
If you need just a general #happymail card, you can always change up the greeting to this one! OH and don’t forget the final touch of Iridescent Rhinestones for some bling!
If you would like to recreate these cute cards using the Awesome Otter Stamp Set, click on the supplies listed below! Don’t forget it is Sale-A-Bration time till the end of February so you can earn FREE stuff for every $50 you spend! Woot Woot!
I make a LOT of birthday cards for those of all ages and while I love flowers and nature, I thought I would mix it up a little. The Senior Years Stamp Set is super cute and has great greetings for birthday and even retirement greetings!
You might remember that this look is similar to those I posted on Tuesday! That is because it is the exact same layout and dimensions just with a different stamp set. I used the Senior Years Stamp Set and colored in with Stampin’ Blends!
MAJOR QUESTION: When making these cards, I couldn’t help but feel like I needed to color the person as if they were the recipient getting the card. Now that is in no way correct because not everyone has this hair cut or would wear a purple dress. Then I feel like will the person getting this card think, does she think that looks like me?!?!? Or will they just think this is a cute card?!?!? Let me know in the comment below!
This greeting for the inside of the card is AMAZING! I love it. Honestly as I have gotten older, I have started using the number of candles for both numbers. So rather than adding 31 candles to a cake, I would add 3 in a row and then 1 spaced over from that to represent 31. After all 31 candles could create a cake going up in flames and that would be a tragedy. LOL
Here is the guy version of this card! I just had so much fun with this card style and getting masculine birthday card, feminine birthday cards and then all those beautiful butterfly cards out of it! If you would like to recreate these Senior Years cards, check out the supplies listed below and don’t forget that every $50 earns you a Sale-A-Bration item! Woot Woot!
One of the Sale-A-Bration items that you can earn for FREE with a $50 order is the Simply Marbleous Designer Series Paper! This paper is classic! Perfect for backgrounds, to stamp over the top, and so much more! I create the same card with each sheet from this paper pack just with the different colors.
It was super simple to cut all the same pieces and just use the different inks! The colors were easy to pick because I just used the ones listed on the paper pack! Pick your favorite stamp set and greeting and then it’s all about assembly!
The colors I used are Balmy Blue and Misty Moonlight, Blushing Bride and Flirty Flamingo, Bumblebee and So Saffron, Coastal Cabana and Pool Party, and Gorgeous Grape and Highland Heather. The card base measures 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″. Next, I cut the Simply Marbleous Designer Series Paper first at 4″ and then I cut that 4″ x 6″ piece down to 4″ x 5-1/4″ for the card front. With the leftover 4″ x 3/4″ piece I used on the inside of the card as a little decoration to pull it all together! The 2″ x 6″ piece I will use for another project!
For the focal point, I cut the coordinating cardstock color into 3-1/4″ x 2-3/4″ pieces. Finally, I cut Basic White measuring 3″ x 2-1/2″ for the front and 4″ x 5-1/4″ for the inside. Stamp and assemble is all there is left! I used the Amazing Silhouettes Stamp Set for the butterfly and the greetings are from the Special Moments Sale-A-Bration Stamp Set! I stamped the greeting in Basic Gray Ink!
These cards could have a large variety of greetings like thinking of you, birthday, sympathy, and hello. The perfect card style to create a stash of cards. There are 48 sheets in the Designer Series Paper Pack. I created 48 cards and still have that 2″ x 6″ strip to create another 48 cards! How amazing is that?!? And the designer paper was FREE with Sale-A-Bration! Check out the supplies listed below to earn your Free Paper and recreate that cards! Also, check back on Thursday for more samples just like this but using a different stamp set!
Have you ever made Gingerbread Cookies!?!?! I actually have not….I’m not even sure I have eaten one! I do love the smell of those gingerbread/cinnamon ornaments that you make for the tree though!
I have had so much fun with the Frosted Gingerbread Suite this year! It’s super cute and there is so much versatility with it! Check out other projects I made by clicking here!
For the card above, I used an Old Olive card base and then added lots of the Gingerbread and Peppermint Designer Series Paper. There is a strip of it, a square of it layered on Basic White, and the star and bell are die cut from it as well! See how amazing this paper is!?!?! For the greeting, I punched out some Basic White with the Everyday Label Punch! The greeting is stamped in Real Red Ink using the Frosted Gingerbread Stamp Set! The star and the greeting are popped up on Stampin’ Dimensionals for some texture! Then I added some Gingerbread & Peppermint Acrylic Shapes.
For the inside of the card, I stamped some of the lace trim for the same stamp set in Old Olive ink on the bottom. Then I added the greeting in Real Red ink.
Here is another quick and simple card I created using more paper from the Gingerbread & Peppermint Designer Series Paper! I used the dies to cut out the circles from the designer paper and used the Everyday Label Punch again for the greeting!
These cards are super fun and could use any print from the designer paper pack which makes it even more fun and versatile! I love it! If you would like to make these cards, check out the supplies listed below! Don’t forget these items are retiring soon!
Simple and fabulous is exactly how I would describe this holly Christmas card! I love the beautiful font and that hint of elegance with the gold leaves and red jewels!!
This card uses a 4″ x 4″ piece of Sweet Stockings Designer Series Paper which means you can get 9 pieces from one sheet of 12″ x 12″. Woot Woot! I layered that onto Basic White (4-1/8″ x 5-3/8″) and then added some Real Red Satin Ribbon around the top for a smooth look between where the designer paper ends! The greeting was stamped from the Heartfelt Wishes Stamp Set in Evening Evergreen Ink! Then I added this to the Old Olive card base!
For the holly berries, I used Real Red Rhinestone Jewels and the Gold Holly Leaves! The leaves were attached with Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals but you could also put them on flat with a liquid glue or Tear N Tape!
If you would like to recreate this Holly Christmas Card, click on the supplies listed below! Remember items from the Mini Catalog will no longer be available after January 3rd (or while supplies last). Some are even on sale so click here to shop now!