This card is one of two card kits I’m now sending out to anyone who places an order at my Stampin’ Up! online store (you can see the other card here). In your kit you’ll receive all the paper and embellishments needed to create a beautiful card and everything will be cut, punched, and embossed for you! You’ll also receive a PDF Tutorial to guide you as you make your card. I keep all my tutorials in a binder so I can refer to them over and over again. I simply change up the products I use and I have a brand new card! (more…)
There are many new packages of Designer Series Paper in the new Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog and the one on my card today is Magnolia Lane. When you have beautiful paper as your focal point on a card, you really only need a sentiment and coordinating cardstock! (more…)
It’s Tuesday so that means I have another free tutorial for you using Stampin’ Up! products! Today’s tutorial is for the gift card holder featured last Friday for the Glitter Queens Blog Hop. If you missed that post, which includes many more pictures and a supply list, you can check it out here.
Did you know when you shop at my Stampin’ Up! online store, you start receiving Bradley Points when your order reaches $50 (before shipping/tax)? If your order reaches $100, you receive 2 Bradley Points. Collect 8 points and you’ll be able to redeem them for a free stamp set or a set of dies valued at $39.00 or less! For more information about Bradley Points, click here.
Every order placed at my Stampin’ Up! online store receives at least one card kit and today’s card is one of two cards I’m currently sending. I also send a PDF Tutorial that includes pictures, a supply list and directions. All of the paper included in each kit is cut, punched, die cut and embossed. You just need to supply your own ink, stamp set & adhesive (see the supply list below for these products).
It’s time for the Glitter Queens Blog Hop and this month it’s all about men! I have to admit, it was REALLY hard for me to come up with a card suitable for a man. Ever since I lost my dad almost ten years ago, I just haven’t been able to make a Father’s Day card. I’ve made cards for my husband but I usually sneak in some feminine touches. It’s so hard not to add a rhinestone or two!!!
I tend to give my brother in law gift cards so I made my cards today with him in mind! I made a video last year showing how to create this type of gift card holder which you can view here! (Please note: many of the products in the video have retired). (more…)