It’s a brand new class – designed around a “Princess Pick” stamp set! When you attend 3 consecutive classes you’ll receive a $5 certificate towards any item in the catalog. This will help you build your stamp collection and learn a new technique or fun fold.
- What: Caffeinated Card Class – featuring Treats of Friendship
- When: Thursday, May 5th 10AM-noon or 7:00PM-9
- Cost: $30 includes stamp set*, paper and embellishments to make SIX cards – $20 without stamp set.
- RSVP and PREPAY by April 20th
Don’t live local but want to participate? This class is perfect for you – along with your stamp set and supplies to make your cards you will also receive full color printout with photo and supply list for each card.
*Stamp set valued between $13.95 – $17.95
Today is the last day to register for my $5 Card Class on April 7th. Please email me if you plan on being here.
Do you know someone that’s been a little crabby lately? Maybe you should brighten their day with a card!
My friend, Debi, had this Beach Days (D1684) stamp set and I just HAD to borrow it for this card. I love the beach and the Regatta Workshops Your Way (G1105) will get you all the paper and embellishments to make this card and MORE! There are several things I LOVE about this card…first it has a ton of texture from the confetti embossing folder used on the white panel (which reminds me of bubbles) to the pennants and complement at the base of the tag. Did you notice the zip strip? I love incorporating them for a little surprise.
What could you use the Regatta papers for?
Welcome to our Stamp of the Month Blog Hop! We will be featuring April’s SOTM, which is Life In Pictures, a set of 13 stamps. If you have come here from my friend Darlys’ Blog, you are on the right path! If you started here, the blog hop is a great big circle so you can start here and work your way all around. If you get lost along the way, you’ll find the complete list of participating consultants on Melinda’s Blog: http://ifyoublingit.blogspot.com/p/stamp-of-month-blog-hop-list.html.
This month we have over 20 Close To My Heart Consultants sharing their creations using this month’s SOTM and other great CTMH products on their blogs. Blog Hopping is simple to do – just click on the link at the end of the post on each blog to move to the next one! Here we go!
I’ve been meeting with some sister consultants monthly to create with the Stamp of the Month. The inspiration and challenge they bring to push me to another level is so much fun. My buddy Darlys (mentioned above) is one of those consultants!
When I saw the camera stamps I immediately thought film strip – my first passion in life is photography and I spent many years developing my own film and printing the pictures. Now I just take them…100’s of them every month, but I digress. Back to my card…I couldn’t help including the Operation Smile promotional stamp set Animal Greetings. I kept them simple stamping in black to preserve the look of a negative. I finished off my card simply with a purple glitter heart from the Enamel and Glitter Duos Purple Hearts.
Now “Hop” on over to Michelle’s Blog to see her work! Be sure to visit all the Consultants at their Blogs to get some great crafting ideas and other fun ideas! Remember, the April SOTM is only available until the last day of the month! Contact your CTMH Consultant (or click here) to see how you can get this stamp set at a discount
I loved my time as a Design Team Member at Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge, so you can imagine how I jumped at the chance to come back and be a guest designer. Michelle graciously asked us to take a look at future sketches and pick one we’d like to do. I finally just put the numbers of the sketches I was interested in doing in a bag and drew one, sketch #152.
I absolutely adore the new complement packs that are available to match each new paper packet – talk about taking the thinking out of crafting!
I love these cute little birds from the Penelope Paper Pack. The colors are bright and cheery. I don’t make many get well cards, but a dear friend is recovering from Achilles surgery so I wanted to send her a little cheer. I mixed a few vellum shapes with a Playful Puffies and a couple of silver sequins. I also got our fun new mini stapler and that’s how I attached the accent strip. I’m including a close up of the cluster where you can see it all up close.
I hope you’ll stop by the Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge on Wednesday and see what the DT members are up to. I’d love it if you took a minute to participate too!
Thanks for stopping by, I hope you’ll take a minute and let me know what you think of the complements.
Welcome back to Featured Friday. This week I’m coming to you from a temporary studio in soggy Oregon 🙂 As we were packing to leave town I grabbed my Penelope Paper packet and Complements, my Shin Han Markers, the March Stamp of the Month Sunshine Birdies and a few other supplies to keep myself occupied while my Wrangler wearing sweetheart was in his business meetings.
I knew I wanted to share this cute Quarter Fold Card with you as it is simple and done with limited supplies. Closed the card resembles a flat box with the tops folded in and secured. Open it has a place to write a note, stamp a sentiment or in my case just give a canvas for some additional artwork.
Before I give you the instructions I wanted to share a close up of the complements cluster. Both the Flower Stickease and the Vellum Hello are from the Penelope Complements and the little silver arrow is from the Playful Puffies, they coordinate quite nicely with the silver accents on the vellum.
- Cut your cardstock bases 4 3/16 X 11 and 5 7/16 X 8 1/2
- Score the 4 3/16 piece 2 3/4″ from each end.
- Score the 5 7/16 piece 2 1/8″ from each end.
- Adhere one card inside the other with a strong adhesive (it doesn’t matter which is inside)
- Cut your inside piece to 3 3/4 X 5 and decorate as desired and adhere to the inside.
- Fold the corners of the card in so that each has a corner showing (like you would to secure a box closed)
- Adhere B&T paper 1 3/4 X 2 3/8 to the corners of your card front.
- Decorate the outside as desired.
I hope this has given you inspiration to try a new card fold. I’d love to see what you do, so leave me a link to your creation in the comments section.
See you next week.
Our power went off for 2 1/2 hours yesterday while I was in the middle of preparing for my upcoming $5 Card Class. I wasn’t too worried because my craft room has plenty of light, but it did put a stop to my Cricut cutting.
I have recently become enamored with the monochromatic look it just seems like it gives a card such a fresh clean feeling. I love the Dots embossing paired with the seersucker pattern from the Penelope paper packet. The bunny is from one of my favorite sets Spring Critters and it has a Thin Cuts to match – no fussy cutting for this girl. Mine is colored with our Shin Han markers and popped up on 3D Foam Tape.
Thinking about joining my $5 card class – it’s the first Thursday of every month – you’ll go home with three cute cards (in my opinion of course).
Thanks for stopping by…leave me a comment what your favorite animal is from the Spring Critters Set. Don’t have the set yet, just click on the link and it will take you right to the stamp set in my store.