These NEW online exclusive stamp sets from Stampin' Up!®️ are simply wild! Plus, I love that the Rhino Ready bundle and the Tropical Leaf bundle work so well together. Then, add in the Radiating Stitches dies and it's over the top amazing!
I shared these cards during my Thursday night live this week. Including a full demonstration of that cute little gray rhino! If you missed it, you can catch the replay below along with more handmade card ideas for these wild stamp sets and the supply list. Make sure to click Read More!
Want the tutorial bundle for all 6 of these cards plus a bonus 7th card? You can get it FREE when you purchase one of these bundles through me, or pick it up from my Tutorial Store.
I'm not sure if you'd classify this as a card layout or a cardmaking technique, but Color Blocking is so easy and creates absolutely stunning handmade cards! Whether you decide on a black background or a white background, you're sure to create a gorgeous card. Plus, it's super simple to do!
I shared these cards as part of my monthly Mystery Stamping online event. Every Tuesday night, I make cards for you to make along with me and once per month, usually the 2nd Tuesday, we do Mystery Stamping. If you missed it, you can find the replay and more photos below by click Read More.
Want the Quick Reference Guide with all the measurements for this card sketch? You can get it in a bundle with all of my other Stamp with Me Tuesday guides from January-March 2023.
I love making cards with patterned paper - especially simple patterns that create texture in the background. The Sentimental Park stamp set from Stampin' Up!®️ is part of the Regency Park suite which includes the Regency Park Designer Series Paper. However, I chose not to use the coordinating patterned paper and instead chose the Tea Boutique Designer Series Paper. I absolutely love the simple patterns that are on one side of these papers.
I have more sample photos for you below plus the replay of the video tutorial. So click Read More and check it all out!
Joseph's Coat is a rubber stamping technique that has been around for ages! But, it's still as awesome as it ever was. Back in the day, we used brayers to apply rows of color. Now, I used blending brushes to get puffs of color in different areas.
I showed exactly how to do this technique using Stampin' Up!®️ products during my weekly Stamp with Me Tuesday YouTube Live this week. If you missed it, you can check it out below. You can also find more samples and the supply list. So don't forget to click "Read More."
Want the Quick Reference Guide with all the measurements for this technique? You can get it in a bundle with all of my other Stamp with Me Tuesday guides from January-March 2023.