I love pink and green for Christmas cards! The non-traditional colors are great for making light-hearted handmade cards like these with the Whimsy and Wonder patterned paper.
I'm hopping with the fabulous designers of the Pretty Cards & Paper International Design Team. If you've popped over here from another blog, welcome! I hope that you'll enjoy my projects and then click through the rest of the hop because these artists have created some gorgeous handmade cards with this fun Whimsy & Wonder scrapbooking paper. You'll find the full list of designers at the bottom.
If you live in the US and need some of this patterned paper - because if you don't have it already, you'll definitely want some in your stash - I hope you'll come back and click on the supply list below to order some. Please let me know if you have any questions or need help!
What gift is given the most? Gift cards! Here is a easy DIY gift card holder that you can make for Christmas, birthdays, or just to say thank you. You can keep the stamping simple with just stamps, ink, and paper, or add extra pizzazz to your gift card holder.
We made these for last night's Mystery Stamping event. I hope you'll join me next week at 8pm Eastern in the On Y Go! Stamping Facebook group to make another fun card using supplies from your own stash.
I recently started a new training program with a group of Stampin' Up!® Demonstrators from around the world. We are supporting each other as we learn and try new things to help build successful Stampin' Up! businesses and reach our goals. I appreciate all of you so much for the success that I have already experienced with my business!
As part of the training, I will be participating in a blog hop with this amazing group of card makers! You may be starting here or have come from another blog - either way, you can find the link list at the bottom of this post. Be sure to click through and see all the wonderful inspiration that these stampers have for you!
These little Halloween treats are easy to make and perfect for handing out to trick-or-treaters or giving to friends. Each one has a mini candy bar tucked inside. Plus, they don't need a lot of fancy supplies to make them. It's basically just stamps, ink, paper, and a little ribbon. I used the Clever Cats stamp set, but you could use other Halloween stamps. Your kids, grandkids, or neighbors will smile to find these in their trick-or-treat buckets. Be sure to read all the way through to see ideas for using these ideas for other holidays as well. So, on y go! Let's get stamping.
I love card sketches! Especially ones that use patterned paper like this one. Card sketches make it so easy to make handmade cards quickly! I used this basic design and tweaked it a bit to create three completely different cards.
We made this card design for Mystery Stamping last night. We do Mystery Stamping every Tuesday night at 8:00 pm in the On Y Go! Stamping Facebook group. I hope you'll join us next week!