Several months ago I joined a Facebook Group that features amazing projects that are easy to create and put your own spin on AND I’ll be teaching this fun folio in January, but you have to order the products now!
Although I’m a dog mom, this paper is two sided and could easily be made for a cat lover.
Your workshop is free with the following purchase from my webpage. (your choice of stamp set, Best Friends Furever Coordinating Cardstock, Best Friends Furever Paper Packet with Sticker Sheet.
This special is only available thru the end of December or while supplieslast so get yours orders today. When I get notification that you have placed your order you will receive an invitation to come to this exclusive workshop.
Today is your last chance to get the amazing Share the Joy Special.
Share the Joy features two exclusive My Acrylix stamp sets and the exclusive Share the Joy Thin Cuts Bundle. These items can be purchased separately at full price. The Share the Joy Stamp Set Bundle includes both stamp sets and is available at a 20% discount. You can even save 30% when you purchase both stamp sets and the Thin Cuts metal dies together in the Share the Joy Bundle.
I have loved playing with this bundle. You certainly don’t have to fill in all the blank holes with stamping but who wouldn’t want to play with all those cute little stamps. I included colors found in the sweet girl packet along with some Gold Foil and Sugarplum Glitter Paper.
I finally found some time in my crazy schedule to play with the Share the Joy Stamps & Thin Cuts. I knew this special was made for me for several reasons – 1) I love little stamps and there are two stamp sets full of cute little designs for birthday and everyday. 2) Thin Cuts with holes to fill with those tiny little stamps – an easy peasy way to add some flair to your cards. 3) The price $39.95 US for the entire bundle.
You can see the versatility of the stamps and thin cuts in the cards above. In the first card, I cut the thin cut shape down to fit a 4.25 X 3 card picked a color combo from the Love of Color and faster than a firecracker booms my card was done.
The inch worm card was inspired from a card on Pinterest. I used the background stamps from the birthday set to tone on tone the circles for some texture then fussy cut the party hat, used black dots for the eyes and drew on a smile. Cute little birthday card ready to go in the mail!
My third card used the traditional use of the thin cut and stamps – I left a few of the holes blank for interest.
I’ve got more ideas bouncy around in my head and I’ll be back to share those – hopefully before the week is over. The Share the Joy special is only available until July 31st so make sure you get yours ordered before the supplies run out. You can find the special here on my webpage.
I spent the morning in the Craft Coop creating some Valentines from the Heart Happy Workshop. This kit is amazing…you can make one 12X12 layout, two 12X12 single pages, ten cards and five tags and still have paper left over to do your own thing with. There is also an option to do a Heart Happy Everyday Life Album.
The first thing I noticed about this paper is that it is not all pink or red…it’s an amazing combination of both along with Sapphire and Mint. The papers are also not Valentine specific…the stripes and geometric designs are perfect for everyday. To be honest with you, I’ve got a second packet on it’s way to me because I’m in LOVE!
The stamp set is just as cute too! How fun to put a diagram of your heart on a card…puppies, tacos, icecream, YOU. Yes please! Again…perfect for an anniversary, a cheery hello or to send someone a pick me up – not just Valentines here either!
These cards came straight from the workshop and were so much fun to make. I hope you’ll consider adding this Workshop & Stamp set to your shopping cart…even if you don’t use them this year you can get a jump start on Valentine’s Day next year!
When I saw this weeks Atlantic Hearts Sketch I knew exactly what I was going to do. I love it when an idea just pops into my head and I can run with it.
As I mentioned in my previous post the Ribbon Warrior campaign is hitting me close to home and I’m a firm believer that support from friends & family makes a huge difference.
I chose a color palette from the Love of Color – Mint, Linen and Ballerina. The mint background was embossed with the rose embossing folder and a stitched circle was added in Linen – I then stamped the ribbon and cut with the matching thin cut – I made a banner and stamped Hope as my sentiment. I finished the card with some sparkles.
I have a dear friend in breast cancer treatment so this card is on it’s way to hopefully cheer her along her journey.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month – this pink promotion has a special meaning in my life, but being in October makes it doubly special to me.
My mom had breast cancer, not once, not twice but three times. She had a masectomy after her second diagnoses and had been years cancer free before it snuck up and snatched her from our life on October 4, 2012. Cancer does that…just BOOM and someone you love is gone! She was such a brave fighter!
I was pretty excited when Close to My Heart brought back the retired Ribbon Warrior stamp set and thin-cuts for the October special. The bundle is offered at a 20% discount and I want you to know it can be used for way more than just pink ribbons.
I always schedule my mammogram in the month of October – as a way to honor my mom. I certainly don’t like it, but while changing in the dressing room I always think my mom would be so proud of me.
As a special thank you, when you purchase the Ribbon Warrior Bundle from my website I will gift you this exclusive Your Kind Heart Stamp Set. I will also donate all of my commission from the sale of this set to the American Cancer Society.
I’m popping in today with a reminder of Double Trouble’s Challenge using a School Days Theme while teaming up with the sketch provided by Try Stamping on Tuesday, if you include a bookmark on your card you get extra points with Twisted Sister and will stay out of detention!
Here’s the Sketch we had to use:
I borrowed both the You’ve Got Class and School Kids stamp sets from my friend Debi…I love both of these stamp sets! They are available for just a few more days as the You’ve Got Class special ends at the end of September. You can find all the details here.
I rotated the sketch (nothing says you can’t do that) and stamped a strip of Willow with the ABC stamp and the Lemon was stamped with the ruler. Everything was built on a base of cranberry (retired) which I stamped my “Back to School” sentiment. The little girl was stamped and colored with Copic Markers, die cut and I added a mini-clothes pin and attached it to the string…she also is my bookmark!
I hope you’ll give both of these fun challenges a spin…I’d love to see what you come up with.