Saturday is World Card Making Day, it began in 2006 by the Paper Crafts Magazine to kick of the busiest time of the year for cardmakers. Since we can't all get together on Saturday to stamp, I thought it would be great fun for everyone to stamp a card Saturday and share it on the new Facebook Group I created for my stamping friends. The group will also be a place were we can share all year long, you can ask stamping questions and we can connect.
Or Email me your email address and I will send you an invite.
Stampin' Up! is offering some great discounts to celebrate World Card Making day...
Color families and Whisper White cardstock in the 8-1/2 X 11 will be available at a 15% discount
Medium envelopes will be 15% will be available at a 15% discount
Fast Fuse Adhesive and refill component will be offered at a 15% discount
All individual ink pads will be offered at a 15% discount
Limited offering in stamps will be available at a 20% discount
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I will be celebrating with my local stampers on Thursday at our Monthly Card Class here is one of the cards we will be making...
I cased this great card from Demonstrator friend Susan Campfield. The base is 4 1/4" x 9 1/4" and then scored at 3 3/4". I then ran a piece of Whisper White card stock 3 1/2" x 4" through the big shot using the Fancy Fan embossing folder and attached it to the card front. Then I tied the ribbon around the center of the card front with the tie towards the right side.
Then I stamped the Star in Lost Lagoon and cut it out with the coordinating Star Framilit. I punched out a small star and adhered to the center of the star with a glue dot and then attached it to the front of the card with dimensionals. Then I stamped the sentiment in Lost Lagoon.
The frightful wreath is so much more stunning in person than pictures can depict. Do you love to do papercrafting but are so busy and find little time left to be creative. The Frightful Wreath Simply Created Kit will make crafting so easy and enjoyable.
The kit includes everything you need except the stamps and the ink for the sentiment.
For the sentiment on my wreath I used the Holiday Invitation stamp set and stamped the "Eat, Drink and Be Scary" and stamped it in Tuxedo Black with the Memento Ink Pad.
I was looking for a nice salutation for a Christmas card and I remembered that we have a fabulous Photopolymer stamp set called Christmas Bliss that has adorable images and sayings! I always forget about it because it's not in the catalogues. I thought perhaps you hadn't been aware of it either.
Here are some cute project using the stamp set:
And here's one more adorable Christmas set called Christmas Tagables that is still available too.
And if that's not enough adorable Christmas sayings how about this one! It's in the Clearance Rack!
Do you have a little trick or treater who live far away? Why not stamp up a card enclose a treat and send it off. The Holiday Home Stampin' Up! stamp set is the perfect set to create some fright! It will also carry you through the fall, Thanksgiving, Christmas and even Valentines Holidays.
Today's throw back is using the 3M Blue Painters Tape to create the fun background sunset. If you have never seen this technique before or need a refresher you can watch the video I did during my 52 Weeks of Technique How To Series. Week 34 featured the Masking Tape Stamping Technique.
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