• Coffee and Cards,  In-Colors,  Simple Stamping

    6/8 Coffee and Cards

    Phew, it was a busy Coffee and Cards this week. We fit in 3 full cards. I would say on the simple stamping side of things. And using scraps and pieces. Have you fallen in love with the Daisy Lane (bundle-151118 stamp-149325) stamp set yet?? Well, that was what we worked with this week. The font on the sentiments are easy to read and so very pretty!! The first card we made was this one with all the 3/4 inch strips. They were all left over sections that wanted a new life. Mixing them all together making this cute and simple “Smile” cards. Can you figure out how the sentiment…

  • Boxes, Tags and Bags,  Fairs / Events,  Home Decor,  Kits,  Paper Pumpkin,  Simple Stamping,  sneak peek,  Stampin Up News/Deals

    Party and Cupcake Day!!

    Ohhh so much fun today!! Lots to see, and prizes to win! SHOPPING TOO! We were so busy having fun making cards and looking at the catalog that, YUP, again I forgot to take pictures. DANG IT. Even thought of it when I was setting up the sample tables. Almost forgot to take pictures of those too! geeeezz New paper, card ideas and class schedules, ohhh my. Paper and Ribbon share samples a plenty. Have you signed up yet?? 2019-2021 In-Color club info too. Can you see the Spring Sampler there?? Sign up for the Summer one is here!! So much fun and crafty time too, these are always the…

  • Coffee and Cards,  Kits,  Simple Stamping,  sneak peek

    Rosy, again plus a video

    This group started on Saturday’s Coffee and Cards. The card on the left, a simple stamping, featuring a new 2019-2021 In-Color, Purple Posy. The flowers and leaves for all three are from the Everything is Rosy stamp set. The sentiment for all three are from the Daisy Lane. Tilting the Crumb Cake and card base around for a different look. Add the Braided ribbon.. and hanging the sentiment from the ribbon. Looks different?? Here is a simple wait to add to your card. Check out the next Doing the same as the two from above, but adding cut leaves and flowers. Keeping the Braided Ribbon but moving it to the…

  • In-Colors,  old site,  Simple Stamping

    #simplestamping

    Another challenge for me on Simple Stamping, Using the Dear Doily (148690) stamp set, with Gray Granite and Smoky Slate cardstock. The ink is Tranquil Tide, which just as a reminder will be retiring the end of May. Are you planning on getting yours early?? This is really the way to go… card stock, ink, refill and ribbon will all retire May 31. The card was designed for one of my library classes….. check out my events for the next one. This sentiment could be just about anything on the inside. The little bow added to the sentiment seemed to add just enough pretty to a sad card. Keeping all…

  • old site,  Simple Stamping,  Stampin Up News/Deals

    Butterflies???

    The Botanical Butterfly DSP (149622) makes this #simplestamping beautiful with just one stamp. Okay, two stamps. This DSP (designer series paper) is FREE!! with a $50 purchase. Here is the just one way to get the paper… 148726 Beauty Abounds stamp $23. 145569 WhisperWhite/Silver thread $4. 146976 Regals Cardstock $8.50 146978 Subtles Cardstock $8.50 147103 Highland Heather Ink pad $7.50 ……..total $51.50 The sentiment is from the Beauty Abounds set,stamped in Highland Heather, but can be stamped in Basic Black or even Rich Razzleberry. Same ink stamped the butterfly imagine on the wood element. An after thought, the “bubbles” could have been added to the sentiment area. Between Saturday and…

  • old site,  Simple Stamping,  Technique Tuesday

    Simple Stamping….

    #simplestamping… Have you seen how beautiful the Humming Along bundle is?? This is a must have… In the Occasions catalog pg 36, it is one of the new cling stamp sets and has matching die cuts too bundled together for $42.25. This card is on a the whisper white note card and envelope (145583). Adding a few sweeps of the grapefruit grove ink, let it dry (really dry!) and then stamp in rich razzleberry. The punch, pretty label ( 143715) that was used initially was just a touch tooo big… so lets try to make it slightly smaller with the 2 inch circle punch(133782)… TaDah!! It ended up being the…