I’m always on the hunt for masculine card inspiration, so quite often you will find me looking all over the web: Google Images, Pinterest, YouTube, and Splitcoaststampers. Today, I found some great inspiration on Pinterest. Below this post, you will find several photos of the cards I really liked.
I know that many of you struggle with masculine cards and I am pleased that you stop by every Monday to catch my newest contribution!
I had never tried this “Painter’s Tape Technique” before and am quite pleased with the results.
You know, sometimes I’m really late to the party, but hey, at least I finally arrived and found out the technique was very easy and definitely not as messy as it thought it would be!
Here is a video I made for you. . . ENJOY!!!
I came across these wonderful examples of the “Painter’s Tape Technique” on Pinterest, such an amazing treasure trove of great ideas!
I have two Stampin’ Up! workshops this week and wanted to make a small gift for everyone. While surfing the internet for some clever ideas, I came across Cindy Schuster’s blog “Nutmeg Creations” and her very clever watermelon card. You should check out her blog. . .really great ideas!
Well, after seeing her card I was inspired to make my Stampin’ Up!Curvy Keepsake Box with a watermelon theme. After all it is going to be 106 degrees on Thursday. Thank goodness for air conditioning!!!!
I also came across these Curvy Keepsake Boxes on Pinterest. Wow! is all I can say to this amazing work by some very talented crafters!! Be sure and check them out. . .
Isn’t this floral arrangement using the Curvy Keepsake Box is AMAZING? Be sure and check out Yvonne Pree’s blog
Looking for a cute wedding favor? Well look no further than this bride and groom that you can find on Claudi’s kreativblogbyclaudiblog. The blog is in German, but the photos are great and will give you some unique ideas
What a clever use of the Irresistibly Yours DSP that was available during the 2015 Stampin’ Up! Sale-a-Bration. Be sure and stop by Sara’s SU Crafty Little Minx blog
Is this toadstool not adorable. Who’d a thunk to make a mushroom out of the box? Not me!! be sure and check Helen of H2 Designs work
I love the butterfly flight pattern on this gift box made by Rachel Leggs
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Isn’t this exciting? Three completely different cards made with the Stampin’ Up!Garden in Bloom stamp set. I posted the first card 2 days ago and you will be able to see the final card in a couple of days.
You will definitely want to check back to see the 3rd card!! I use the Retiform Technique and will have a video showing how to make one of your own. So fun, 3 cards AND a new video. . .how great is that?
I used a Tuxedo Black Memento stamp pad to stamp the bees on a piece of vellum card stock. When I stamp on vellum I always turn it over and carefully press the stamped surface on a piece of scratch paper. This really aids in the dry time, you could also just set it aside for several hours. But hey, who wants to wait that long. . .NOT ME!!
Like I said in my other post I am LOVIN’ this stamp set. The designer series paper I used behind the vellum is the new English Garden DSP. It coordinates so well with this stamp set, you will certainly want to add that to your shopping cart!!
Check out the supplies I used to create this card. Interested in getting 1, 2 or several of the items I used, just click the links below and you will be magically transported to my store.
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I am so excited to share 3 yes, I said 3 cards made with the new Stampin’ Up!Garden in Bloom stamp set. I seem to say this about every stamp set I use, but I said it before and I’ll say it again. . .I am LOVIN’ this set!!
I have recently seen several blog posts where they have shown a series of cards. Each card is different from the others. I really want to inspire you to get out those stamp sets and STAMP!
This is the first step in what I hope will be a very enjoyable venture. With you learning lots and me sharing lots. Oh, and by the way, there will also be a video (or 2) involved.
I will be sharing the cards over several days. . .so, you will have to check back often.
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