Homemade Wedding Cards: Snuggles & Smooches

By | March 2, 2015

Valentine’s Day is over, but you can still use those stamp sets for making homemade wedding cards or an anniversary card. Here I grabbed the Snuggles & Smooches stamp set, pairing it with the Lovely Lace Textured Impressions Embossing Folder and the elegant Something Borrowed Designer Paper collection. The circles were cut using the Ovals Collection Framelits, and… Read More »

Valentine Greeting Card – ILCS12

By | January 21, 2015

Today’s Valentine greeting card uses the new photopolymer stamp set Snuggles & Smooches.  You won’t find this in the large Stampin’ Up! catalog or the Occasions Catalog.  Every month Stampin’ Up! comes out with a new photopolymer stamp set, and this is one of the newer ones, just in time for those Valentine crafts for kids. The colors… Read More »

Clean and Simple Cards: With Love

By | January 14, 2015

Clean and simple cards start with clean and simple card sketches.  This one is no exception. I began the card with this week’s handmade card design at i Love Card Sketches.  Beautiful in its simplicity, this quick and easy valentine came together effortlessly. The designer paper came from the Stacked With Love Paper Stack, and looks great beneath… Read More »

Create Funny Valentine Cards

By | January 13, 2015

Add a cute bow tie and create whimsical and funny Valentine cards. This super easy and adorable punch art bow was created using the new Bow Builder Punch and the Stacked With Love Designer Paper Stack, both found in the new Occasions Catalog. The two stamp images were stamped in Real Red and came from the Hello Life… Read More »

Retired Rubber Stamps For Sale

By | November 24, 2012

This page is for my retired rubber stamps.  Check out my retired Big Shot Accessories HERE.  Check out my retired Ink Pads, Markers & Refills HERE.*  To purchase please Contact Me. Retired Rubber Stamps The following retired rubber stamps are for sale (as is).  U.S. only.  Shipping & Handling is $8 for one set, $12 for two sets,… Read More »