Thursday, March 25, 2010

April Thank You Cards

I can't believe it is already almost April! Where has this year gone? It just seems like yesterday that we were ringing in the new year 2010!!! Anyway, today I am sharing the cards that my girls will be making at my April Stamp-a-Stack. I had a request for a "Thank You" theme and so I thought, "Why not?" So here they are!

I decided to try to feature the Incolors Rich Razzleberry, Melon Mambo, Crushed Curry, Dusty Durango, Bermuda Bay,Soft Suede, and Stampin’ Up Designer Paper. These colors are so vibrant and fun!

Let me know if you have any questions about any of these cards!
Thanks for stopping by!
Until Next time, Happy Stampin!

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Progressive Card

Ok, so I get up this morning and start looking at some of my favorite Stampin' Up blogs. One of my favorites it Heather Summers ( I came across her idea of making a progressive card and thought, "Hey, I can do this!" I have never entered into any type of challenge before, so I thought I'd give it a try. Her challenge is to take a 3x3 note card, design it, and turn it into a regular standard size card. Here is my 3x3 card:

I wanted to use some paper from the Sale-a-bration paper pack so I thought I'd use these cute little trees. I like the single Pumpkin Pie tree so I wanted to add a little more Pumpkin Pie to my card with the oval punch. I thought this would be a cute and simple "Thank You" card. Here is the 3x3 card progressed into a standard size card.

Here is the recipe for this card:
Good Neighbors Stamp Set (SAB item)
Welcome Neighbor DSP (SAB item)
Kraft Cardstock # 102125
Old Olive Cardstock # 100702
Whisper White Cardstock # 100730
Pumpkin Pie Cardstock # 105117
Old Olive Satin Ribbon # 117292
Glue Dot to attach ribbon # 103683
Stampin' Dimensional (pack of 300) # 104430

Hope you like it!
Thanks to Heather Summers for the inspiration and the challenge.
I hope I win!!!

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

New Stampin' Member and St. Patty's Day card

for joining my Stampin' Up team!!!

Here is a St. Patrick's Day card I want to share with you! This card was simple to make and I just love the Old Olive button in the middle!  I like the simplicity of this card and the subtle green and white.
Here is the recipe for this adorable St. Patrick's Day card!
I {Heart} Hearts Stamp Set #118571 (clear mount) #117010 (wood block)
Teeny Tiny Wishes Stamp Set # 115370
Whisper White Cardstock #100730
Old Olive Cardstock #100702
Old Olive Classic Ink #102277
Large Oval Punch #107305
Scallop Oval Punch #114889
Scallop trim border punch #118402 (Free in Sale-a-bration mini )
Playground Buttons (Old Olive) # 116313
Hope you like this card!
Until Next Time, Happy Stampin'!

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Card Slideshow!

Who doesn't love Chocolate???

Good Wednesday Morning! I'm supposed to be in school today but with more snow, we are out once again. I am really not liking snow anymore, nor am I liking Saturday school! UGH!!! I wanted to post this card today. This is a simple congratulations card that I whipped up for my next Stamp-a-Stack. I got the color combo from Dawn Griffith's card here! I also used clear embossing powder on the greeting so it would stand out!

Here is the recipe for this card:

Well Scripted Stamp Set (Wood Block #117072, Clear Block #118601)
Chocolate Chip Cardstock #102128
Close to Cocoa Cardstock #101341
Very Vanilla Cardstock #101650
Large Star Punch #110710
Star Punch #109045
Clear Embossing Powder #109130
Heat Tool (for heating the embossing powder) #100005

Simple yet beautiful!
Until Next Time, Happy Stampin'!
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