Stamp-Nut, Where are the Stamps?

I wanted to post some  pictures of the cards I have recently created to let you know, I do actually stamp -not just talk about it.

Pawsing to say...

Pawsing to say…

I used Inky Antics stamp set for this along with pre-made woodgrain cards. I colored the cute puppy using Gamasol (my prefered mineral solution) and blending stumps.  The background paper was some two-sided Stampin’Up paper I had form a 6x6in pad and added some Dress It Up bottons  as accents. Also, on the inside I stamped some butterflys. I will add a full post on this card as well as the others soon.

IMG_1506 I used Stampin’Up stamp sets “Fabulous you” and the “Swallowtail” to make this. I also used foil and glitter on the butterfly that I purchased from The Stamp Doctor.

Front of Ribbit

Front of Ribbit

Inside Ribbit

Inside Ribbit

The Ribbit card was super fun to make! I used a specially made Flip-Flop Card die from The Stamp Doctor and 2 different Stampin’ Up! frog Stamp Sets, “Animal Talk” and the retired “Unfrogetable” set on the inside. The paper was just some paper i got in a stack at one of the large craft stores.

Cherry Blossom Challenge

Cherry Blossom Challenge

This was an interesting card to make. I am a part of a stampin’ club with my Stampin’Up Demonstrator, Nancy. She challenged us to make a card during the month of March 2013 relating to different fun weekly call outs. The one I chose was I think it was that the 5th week (or maybe it was 3rd) of March Is the Cherry Blossom Festival.  (I know another option was “Celebrate Your Name Week” I’ll have to research the email for when I do a full posting on this card.) I used Stampin’ Up stamp set “Artfully Asian” and “Swirls and Curls Verses” (a retired Hostess Set). It was super fun to use flower punches to try and make little flower buds. I sent this card to a dear freind, Kim, and seeing tthis card makes me think of her and brings a smile to my face.



I finally made a layering card! I love the look of them and it was so much easier and much more simple than I had expected. I had seen them all over Splitcoast Stampers and saw the tutorial. It was a great tutorial and once I decided on my measurements it was done in no time! I used the “Elements of Style” and “Trust God” stamp sets from Stampin’ Up!.

If you have any questions please let me know, I hope all of the initial questions will be done when I do an individual post on these cards.

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