Here’s card #2 for August 29th Stamp Camp!!! I had so much fun working with this stamp set. I have to say it has been one of my favorites!!!
How creative!!! My dear Aunt Judy sent this card to me and I was excited to share it with you. I thought it was very cheerful and clever.
Thank You Edith for sending this darling card to me!!! Love the precious little deer and the Walk in the Park Designer Series Paper. Keep up the great work!!!
I am sooooo excited to do it again!!! Let’s get together and get stamping!!! Thank You Jenn for being such a gracious and kind host.
I just LOVE this card. Yep, it’s a card but really it’s an envelope. This card is darling and the texture really adds style and class to it.
It’s Here… the “NEW” 2009-2010 Idea Book & Catalog!!!
How cute is this… I just LOVED this Elmo and Friends card!!!
This darling card was designed by my dear Aunt Judy, who lives in Michigan.
Thank You Lisa for sending me this Super Cute and Very Creative “Get Well” card!
Your challenge this moth is to use ONLY black and white! You can use any current stamp set, as well as, Stampin’ Up! papers and accessories.
With the Big Shot you can cut over 50 different material types and duplicate creative and intricate designs quickly and easily.
See May 18th post! Hope you can join us 😉
Do you ever need a hostess gift, a gift for a friend or family member? If so, join me May 29th and I’ll walk you through a super easy and very impressive hand made box full of hand crafted cards.
Here is a fun little invite I created for my neighborhood Memorial Day block party. Super easy and Super cute!!!
This was a tough one. For April’s card contest, a template was provided as a guideline.
In honor of National Scrapbooking Month, I thought I would share with you one of my favorite scrapbook pages. I just loved it!
For many of us, scrapbooking has played an important role in our lives. It may have started with something simple: say like the first time you placed a sticker on a piece of paper or picked up a camera. But no matter what brought you to scrapbooking, all scrapbookers have something in common with Stampin’ Up!: We love to create!!!
What a beautiful card designed by, Edith Haro for our Stamp Club Swap. I wanted to post it sooner but thought I would save it for a special day like today.
Congratulations Katie!!! We are so excited that you were able to sell your home in NC and have happily relocated to Kentucky. We all miss you dearly and wish you and your hubby much happiness in your new home!!!
I LOVE this girly girl card!!! I just wanted to keep embellishing it… I thought about a white, lacy satin ribbon too. Super Cute and Super Easy to make.
I recieved this beautiful, pink Hallmark card from my dear friend Tabatha. I just LOVED it! I began to study it and of course my wheels started turing. I am always looking for things that will inspire me and spark an idea for my next creation.
Thank You Jenn for hosting a night of fun, food and fellowship! You were such a gracious host and I sure appreciate you opening your home to a girls night of stamping.
Stamp Club was so much fun!!! Thank You ladies for joining me Monday night. For those of you that couldn’t make it we missed you and hope you can join us next time.
What do ya think? How about some Big Shot Projects!!!
Thank You Esther for hosting our downline meeting. WOW!!! It was awesome!!!
Thank You Tabatha for letting me make this beautiful birthday invitation to compliment and celebrate Margie, an amazing women in your life. I was honored to make these and hope you and your guest enjoy them.
Here’s an April Stamp Camp Sneak! Let’s try something new… knowing how busy we all are this time of year I am excited to offer you two dates to choose from Friday, April 24th & Saturday, April 25th 2009!!!
More Details to come… please check back 😉
Your challenge this month is to use the Window template. You and use any current stamp set you’d like, as well as, stamp up papers and accessories. Use this template below to your advantage and start plugging in your art work.
Check out these cute cards!!! They were all done by different gals and were given to me for different reasons.