Independent Stamping’ Up Demonstrator
Although I have been stamping about 16 years, I am just getting started with posts of cards and projects that I am working on. Most will be samples I am using in my monthly card classes, but I'll be putting in some techniques and tips also. Although I like to do my own creating, I am always looking for new ideas for my cards and some of the ones you find here have been cased. I thank you for all of your inspiration and I hope you also find some inspiration here.
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Category Archives: Fall
Using the autumn scene from the Happy Scenes set, this card could be used for Halloween, Thanksgiving or for any other fall occasion. This is also a quick and easy card to make. Paper: Basic Black, Motley Monsters DSP, … Continue reading
A simple, quick card to make. The Woodland textured embossing folder adds so much depth to the background. Paper: Wild Wasabi, Basic Black, Whisper White Ink: Wild Wasabi, Basic Black Stamp Sets: Vintage Leaves, Endless Birthday Wishes Other Supplies: … Continue reading
I’ve enjoyed trying different things with this one set. This time only using the Leaflets framelits. There are so many ways to use it. Paper: Whisper White, Rich Razzleberry, Soft Suede, Garden Green Ink: Pear Pizzazz, Rich Razzleberry Stamp … Continue reading
The October class is all about autumn with lots of leaves and fall colors. Three of the cards use the new Vintage Leaves stamp set and Leaflets framelits, a very versatile bundle.
Here’s the a glimpse of fall using the new Woodland textured impressions embossing folder and just adding in a few fall colors with the leaves. Be sure and stamp the sentiment before doing the embossing.
The emboss resist technique really makes this maple leaf pop! This card could be used for any occasion. Paper: Soft Suede, Pumpkin Pie, Very Vanilla Ink: VersaMark, Soft Suede, Cajun Craze, Pumpkin Pie Stamp Sets: French Script, Gently Falling … Continue reading