I've enjoyed using these stamps, and I'm sorry to see them go! You can stil purchase Button Buddies until June 3rd – (122735 – Wood Mounted $29.95 or 122737 – Clear Mounted $21.95).
The Just Believe stamp set has been a staple of my stamping room table for several years. I loved the phrases and the images with this set. I've made many swap cards, class projects, and personal cards with these beautiful images. My first sample is one of the Technique Tuesday cards from last month:
The card features the Framelit Mask technique. There are little pearls inside the flowers, but the camera didn't pick them up.
Here are some of the other cards I've made with this set throughout the years. You can still get this stamp set through JUNE 3rd. Be sure to order from my website – www.stampwithjane.stampinup.net . It is available in clear mount for $25.95 (120543) or wood mount for $33.95 (116948)
Little boys and cars…a match made in heaven!
Today I am sharing a card that would have been perfect to give any of my boys. They loved anything to do with transportation!
One of the best things about My Digital Studio is that colors never retire! I will really miss Not Quite Navy and More Mustard when they leave our color selections with the new catalog. I'll never run out of card stock or ink when I create my cards in MDS!!!
I did some recoloring of the car with this card. What a super-easy way to match the focal image with the Designer Series Paper!
Did you know that May is National Good Car Care Month and Transportation Month?
One of the best parts of owning My Digital Studio is all the fun stamp sets, punches, and accessories you get with the program! I don't have many friends having babies right now, so my actual baby stamp sets are quite limited. Leave it to My Digital Studio to come to my rescue to create this adorable card. I used the Stampin' Up! Nursery Necessities stamp set, Nursery Designer Series Paper, Enjoy Every Moment stamp set, Delightful Dozen stamp set, plus lots of different punches and accssories.
The phrasing on the rectangle was actually from two stamp sets. I cropped out the congratulations from the onesie section because I wanted to use the bolder congratulations from the Delightful Dozen stamp set on top.
I'm tickled pink with the results! What do you think?
My Digital Studio makes it easy to create fast, simple cards for everyone! I'm on a mission this month to utilize My Digital Studio for all types of card recipients. Sometimes it is super easy to create adorable and cute cards for the women in your life, but many stampers have issues creating manly cards.
This card uses the Sweet Details Designer Series Paper, Thoughts & Prayers stamp set, Define Life stamp set, and Perfectly Penned stamp set. Yes, some of those stamp sets are retired in the 2012-2013 catalog, but the beauty of My Digital Studio is NOTHING is ever retired!
This muted color palette is perfect for a masculine card – and certainly not one I would usually gravitate towards. Our brads add a little bling without being girly, especially in black.
At last month's Technique Tuesday class, I taught my stampers the Craft White Painted Overlay technique. This is a great way to color in line image stamps. Here is the card we created:
The colors used for this card were Midnight Muse, Raspberry Ripple, and Primrose Petals – love this combo!
Ok, I was inspired by a fellow demonstrator for this card…and my customers loved it! Punch art is so fun to do – and bunny butts are just "stinking" cute!
The fence was made with strips of card stock and the jewelry tag punch. The cross post hides the meeting up of the two pieces. The grass was made with the leaf from Bloomin' Marvelous (a Sale-A-Bration stamp set). The clouds were made by punching out a scallop circle and then sponging over it with Bashful Blue.
Did you know that the single stamps from this winter will be available through July 31st? The stamp I had to have from this collection was Ears to You. I just love those little bunnies! Here is one of the cards my customers created this month:
This is a Z Fold Card. The cloud embossing folder was used on scrap pieces and then sponged over and cut out. The grass is just some sponging. Sorry, the color is not as vibrant as it is in person.
I hope you have a Blessed Easter!
Ok, I can't believe it…I forgot to post this sample last Easter. But I knew you'd still love seeing it….