Stampin’ Up Dragonfly Garden

Hello Everyone ~ I have a fun black and white Stampin’ Up Dragonfly Garden card idea for you today. The new January to June catalog went live yesterday.  There are so many gorgeous products in there but one of my favorites is the Dragonfly Garden bundle. The images in this bundle lend themself to a variety of cards.  The dragonflies are perfect for nature lovers or the guy in your life.  The coordinating punch makes…

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The Birch Background Gives Great Texture to the Daisy

Hello Everyone ~ The Birch Background Gives Great Texture to the Daisy flower. I have used several different background stamps to add texture to my flowers this past week.  This technique adds lots of interest to your flowers. When creating flowers for my card front I always look for ways to add interest and texture to the completed flower.  I don’t always want to use the stamped image so I had to find another method…

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Use Your Background Stamps to Add Texture to Your Flowers

Hello Everyone ~ my video will show you how to Use Your Background Stamps to Add Texture to Your Flowers. I am always looking for ways to use my products in different ways.  One of those products is background stamps.  I love being able to use them for more than just backgrounds.  I was inspired by a card I saw online to pull out my background stamps and see if I could use the same…

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Nature’s Thoughts All Occasion Card

Hello Everyone ~ here is a great soft color combination used to create the Nature’s Thoughts All Occasion Card. I love making All Occasion cards.  This way you can use your card for whatever instance you may need a card.  This also means you have a collection of general cards to choose from. The Nature’s Thoughts stamp set is perfect for any event as well as any gender.  Today’s card uses a pink and green…

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How about a larger paper strip idea

Hello Everyone ~  How about a larger paper strip idea to help you use all your scraps! I have shared ideas for using thinner paper strips to make great cards.  But if you are like me your strips are not all thin.  Many of these strips come from cutting down a 6 x 6 piece of designer series paper.  I struggle with how to use these pieces as I don’t want to throw them away.…

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