This is a Spiral Pop Up Card. Have you ever seen one before? They are absolutely adorable and Stampin’ Up! has several stamp sets throughout the catalog that you could do this with.
Love this card Heather!!! Thank You for making one for me and for letting me share it with others.
Have you used your aqua painter lately? If not, pull it out and find an image that you can color. I just love it. Wow!!!
Embossing is one of my most favorite techniques!!! I used Rose Red Craft Ink and some clear embossing powder to achieve this fun, glossy, wet look. Love it!!!
This card was inspired by a Mother’s Day Card that I made in these exact colors and design. A dear friend contacted me and stated she needed a few Mother’s Day Cards for some of her best girlfriends.
I have wanted this stamp set for so long and I finally bought it. It’s the “Enjoy Every Moment” stamp set by Stampin’ Up!
Congratulations Sarah Paulin, beautiful mommy to be of a precious BABY BOY!!!! We are all so excited for you and can’t wait to meet him.
I hope your ready to “Get Your Stamp On” this Spring with some Awash Flowers!!! I have been working really hard designing some fun, flirty and seasonal cards for you!!!
Isn’t this card beautiful!!! I absolutely loved the pink ribbon embellished in dazzling diamonds glitter! With a touching sentiment… “Embrace Life.”
The stamp set I used here is called Love Bandit and it can be found in your 2010 Occasions Mini Catalog.
The Abundant Hope Stamp Set can be found in your Occasions Mini Catalog Page 24. It’s offered in Clear Mount Stamp or Wood Mounted. For those of you joining me February 27th for Stamp Camp this is your second “Sneak Peek” card!!! Hope you like it.
I just ran across this card in my archive. Oh how I loved it! The flip action is just way too much fun. I am currently working on a card like it for our February Stamp Camp… I can’t spill all the beans. Watch for Sneak Peek details to come 🙂
I just had to post this card today. One of my dear friends Kasey is coming here on Wednesday and she is bringing me a Latte from her favorite coffee shop. I am so excited to see her and I’d love a latte too!!!
Love the Circle Sweet Treat Cups and Envelopes!!! This card was made with the “Sweet Centers” Stamp Set (discontinued) and the Circle Sweet Treat Cups which are still avialable!
Here are some beautiful cards made by my friends
Your a Hoot! Owl Always Love You! Guess Whoo Loves You! Whatever you choose as your greeting… this Super Cute Owl is sure to make a statement and bring a smile to someones face.
One of my FAVORITE gifts to give is the gift of stationary! It not only is special to the person receiving it as a gift but when written and mailed it will truly bless another persons day too. What a gift!
Beautiful Birthday card for Kasey.
This is one of my favorite baby cards!!! I designed this last year and I LOVE it.
Check out this cute Halloween card!
I am now a huge Build A Bear fan!!! I just love playing with these dies by Stampin’ Up! It’s so much fun to dress up the Bears in costumes, outfits and to display them in fun settings
This is a perfect card to have on hand “Just A Note” type of card that displays your last name initial or maybe you are wanting to send a birthday card to someone special and would like to use their initials
I just adore this the “Things I Love” Stamp Set!!! As I was creating this card, I started to think about all the things I love and thought “I don’t have a stamp set for them all!”
This is a waterfall card. It’s super cute and so easy… really! You pull the tab at the bottom and you’ll see your different Bear scenes at you go.
Super cute card Lisa!!! The stamp set Lisa used is “Puns from the Past”.
The Build-A-Bear Workshop Dies, Stamp Sets, & Sizzlets are featured in the new Holiday Mini Catalog.
Stampin’ Up! has partnered with Build-A-Bear and recently launched the Build-A-Bear Workshop Collection!!!
Wow!!! Love the Medallion Stamp by Stampin’ Up!!! Totally awesome!!! There are so many great things you can do with it.
I was looking around and thought to myself how Inspired I am by Nature.
How many of you have seen those akward looking things called a crimper?