Hello and welcome back! I'm here today with our One Stamp At a Time Blog Hop, featuring summer themed projects!
One Stamp At a Time
Hello and welcome back! I'm back today with the monthly One Stamp at a Time Blog Hop. Our theme this month is May Flowers. Hopefully you're not sick of flower projects yet! But it is spring, so you're probably going to see a few more around here. I have had the Grateful Bunch Photopolymer Stamp Set and the Blossom Bunch Punch since last November, and I still hadn't used either of them on a project. So, I pulled them out and decided to show them some crafty love. I've got 3 different cards, and a small gift box to share with you.
Hello and welcome back! Today I'm here with our monthly One Stamp At a Time Blog Hop! The theme for this month is Love Is In the Air, so I'm sure there will be lots of projects full of heart and perfect for the upcoming holiday. I made some little Valentines that would be really easy for you to duplicate in multiples, as well as a small treat box.
Hello and welcome back! I'm here today with the first post of the year for One Stamp at a Time Blog Hop. The theme for this month was No Rules New Year, so each designer could make whatever they wanted! I just received the new Project Life by Stampin' Up! bundle called Memories in the Making, and I am in love. I made both cards and a photo pocket page with the products.
Hello, and welcome back! Today I'm here with the One Stamp At a Time group for our monthly Blog Hop. Today we're focusing on thank you projects, which will come in handy after the holidays are over, don't you think?
I made a set of note cards and a gift bag to hold them. You could make two sets, one for yourself and one for a friend! The cards come together pretty quickly as they are all simple layouts. I used two stamp sets for this project, the Project Life Hello December 2015 Photopolymer Stamp Set and the Endless Thanks Photopolymer Stamp Set. I also used the Season Of Cheer Designer Series Paper. Several of the patterns can be used past the holidays for winter projects. I took my color scheme from this paper as well.
I used the Gift Bag Punch Board to make my bag with. It was easy to use, and even punches the holes for the ribbon! And, it holds all 5 note cards and matching envelopes. To get the reverse image of the hot cocoa cup, I stamped it on one of the larger stamps from the What's Your Type? Stamp Set, and then stamped it onto the cardstock. It's a little lighter than the original image, but it works pretty well.
I fussy cut the bow here, and added some Cherry Cobbler Dazzling Details to the greenery.
It's hard to see, but I added some Silver Sparkle Dazzling Details to the ornament.
Here I stamped the trees in Pear Pizzazz and Mossy Meadow, and stamped more than once before re-inking. I also added Real Red stars from the Brights Sequin Assortment.
I added gold sequins from the Metallics Sequin Assortment.
Here I added silver sequins from the Metallics Sequin Assortment. All the greetings were stamped in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink Pad.
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