Pumpkin Spice Latte Season

With the cooler weather arriving here, and school back in session, it’s time to embrace all the things we love about the Fall season! Today’s card is for all my coffee-lovin’ friends who enjoy a great cup of Pumpkin Spice Latte! To create this card: Cut a card base (8-1/2″x…

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Thankful

Thankful for You

With the Thanksgiving holiday this week, there’s no better time than now to think about the people in your life that you’re grateful for, and let them know what they mean to you. This easy card we created in class this month can be sent for Thanksgiving, or really any time of year!
Photo of Thankful for You card with Stampin' Up! Blooms and Bliss paper and Sheltering Tree greeting
Card Base: Rich Razzleberry Card Stock,  cut to 5-1/2” x  8-1/2”
Flower Layer:  Blooms & Bliss DSP, cut to 3” x 5-1/2”.
Larger Rectangle: Mint Macaron card stock, cut to ¾” x  3”.
Smaller Rectangle: Whisper White ½” wide scrap, long enough for
sentiment, ~2-3/4”. TIP: use a
longer scrap, then trim after stamping the sentiment.
Sentiment:   Stamp ‘Thankful for You’ from the ShelteringTree stamp set in Rich Razzleberry ink
Optional: Add a layer of Whisper White card stock, 5-1/4” x 4” on
the inside to have a lighter area to write on.

Bonus Days Reminder and Thoughtful Branches Bundle

Did you earn Bonus Days Rewards In July? If you participated in the Stampin’ Up! Bonus Days Rewards in July, be sure to redeem your coupon codes before August 31st! Consider using your coupon codes for this versatile Thoughtful Branches bundle available until the end of August, or while supplies…

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It’s A Good Day

Look Out the Window! When you looked out the window this morning, what did you see? Here in Wisconsin, I saw snow! I’m ready to see green grass and flowers blooming everywhere. So I created this little spring scene in my stamp room. Once the scene was complete, I needed…

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March 2016 Paper Pumpkin

Easily Adapt Paper Pumpkin I love my Stampin’ Up! Paper Pumpkin kits, but I rarely make all the projects exactly alike. It is so easy to make the pieces provided in the kit uniquely yours by adding a few small touches. The March kit had 4 small gift cards and…

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Drapery Fold Flowering Fields

Experiment with Card Folds Every once in a while, it’s good to shake up your card-making routine by using a different technique. This card features an easy fold that allows you to see both sides of your pretty Designer Series Paper. It is called a Drapery Fold or Pleat Fold,…

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Where is Spring?

Flowering Fields Work of Art Last week the box of flowers I ordered in February arrived for the “right time for planting in Wisconsin”. But it’s been cool and rainy lately, so I planted some flowers in my studio instead. Flowering Fields This was my first chance to play with…

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Endless Kindness

Kindness Lotus Blossoms Tip: When you have a stamp set out, use it to make several cards before putting it away again.Here is the second of my Lotus Blossom fever cards. To create this card: Supplies Ink: Perfect Plum Used on Lotus Blossom stamp 1, then stamped off for stamp 2…

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You’re In My Thoughts

Lotus Blossoms Made Me Think of You! I think I have Lotus Blossom Fever. Is there such an illness? I’m seriously having so much fun trying different color combinations with this three-step stamp! I don’t know why it took me soooo long to ink up this stamp from Sale-a-Bration 2015!…

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Cherry On Top

Shoe Box Swap Gather To Stamp Last month at the Song of My Heart Stampers demonstrator meeting we had a shoebox swap! If you don’t know what that is, it’s a get-together where each participant designs a card and cuts all the pieces needed to create their design. Then the…

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