Today’s Card of the Week is a super quick fun card to make and you can use any image you’d like….just make sure it fits in a 1 3/4 x 1 3/4 square. If you’d like to make this card with me, the supply list is at the bottom of this post.
Thanks for the requests & for joining me today!
Stamps: Just Celebrate, Family Phrases & Older & Wiser
Ink: Timber Brown Stazon, Chocolate Chip & River Rock
Cardstock: River Rock 6 x 6 score at 3″, River Rock 2 1/4 x 2 1/4, Chocolate Chip 4 3/4 x 1 7/16, Chocolate Chip 2 x 2, Shimmery White 1 3/4 x 1 3/4
Tools/Accessories: Twill Tape, Stampin’ Dimensionals & Aqua Painter
Doesn’t this card kinda look familiar?? I have a story for you…..Yesterday when I was cutting cardstock for my class, I couldn’t find the designer paper that I had used. I searched… for what seemed like forever….and could not believe where I found it. It was the paper from the Creative License Simply Scrappin Kit (hostess level one). Why I thought it was the Jersey Shore Designer Paper, I’m not sure :)))
Since I had cut the blue bayou cardstock and ribbon, I needed to make a card to use up those supplies. The Spring Break Designer Paper had just what I was looking for!! In person, this card is super cute, the colors are so rich!!! Click here if you’d like to see the original card and in a few days I’ll show you how that card changed :)) The new card uses the Jersey Shore Designer Paper!!
Don’t forget this darling stamp set, Just Celebrate will be available March 1st (Saturday)!!!
Stamp class is tonight!!! See ya tomorrow!
p.s. thanks for helping me decide which card to make yesterday!!!!!
Stamps: Just Celebrate
Ink: Black Stazon, Pumpkin Pie, Blue Bayou, Basic Gray & Old Olive
Cardstock: Spring Break Designer Paper, Blue Bayou, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive & White
Tools & Accessories: Blue Bayou Double Stitched Ribbon, Stampin’ Dimensionals & Aqua Painter
Today I’m struggling with which card to use for tomorrows class!!! Would you like to help me out? I’m going to cut my other four projects first and that will give you time to vote. There’s so little difference, maybe I should just put the paper on the table and let everyone choose. (If you purchased my kit, let me know if you’d like Pretty in Pink or Soft Sky.)
p.s. I’ve had a headache for over 24 hours and I’m so happy I was able to whip this card out while talking to my sister Kim. She shared with me her knew word……PUSH….it means Pray until something happens. Don’t you like that??
If you'd like to see how to make this darling Easter Basket, head over to my Stampin' Academy my Chic n Scratch Live and watch the video tutorial. Good news…..if you're coming to my Stamp Class on Thursday or if you bought the kit, this is one of the items we're making :)))))
Thank you Connie for the request……. miss ya!!! xoxoxo
Today I’m sharing with you more cards that I made using "A Good Egg" stamp set. Do you ever make a card and think, "if I make one little change, maybe it will look better"? Well, I did that several times :)) Here’s three cards (in the order that I made them) and a sneak peak of the Easter Basket that I’ll be showing you tomorrow (video tutorial included)!!
Stampers 6 Club meets tonight & Stamp Class is Thursday 🙂
Have a great day!
Stamps: A Good Egg
Ink: Black Stazon, Certainly Celery, Tempting Turquoise, Apricot & Pretty in Pink
Isn't that chick cute? Huge thank you goes out to Amy for letting me borrow her Good Egg stamp set yesterday!! I really wanted this set and resisted getting it. But, now that I've played with it for a few hours, I have to order my very own :))))
I had already planned my Card of the Week tutorial with the Merci set and since I had tent topper card on the brain, I decided to make a Easter Tent Topper (do you ever do that??).