Since I'm on vacation, we had a special Stamp with Me event last night instead of the regular Mystery Stamping Tuesday. I think it was a fun way to make a card using supplies from your stash, while making a fun fold card that's a little trickier than what we would normally do for Mystery Stamping because we made this shutter card. If you didn't see it already, be sure to watch the video tutorial to see how to put together this shutter card. Ok, on y go! Let's get stamping.
I'm hopping with the Stampin' Friends again today. This month, it is all about redo and rewind as we visit techniques and inspiration from the past! I created a card using an old rubber stamping technique - Poppin' Pastels. Then, I redid a project that I shared last summer - covered notebooks. Be sure to check out that past post for all the details and video on how to cover composition notebooks using patterned paper and Mod Podge.
Be sure to scroll all the way down to see the complete list of designers for this hop. You won't want to miss any of their amazing projects!
Want the supply list? You'll find the link all the way at the bottom of this post.
I have another great card sketch for you today because card sketches make it easy to make quick and easy cards! We used this for last night's special Sunday Night Live Mystery Stamping. It's a great sketch for showing off some beautiful patterned paper. So, on y go! Let's get stamping.
I love the You're a Peach patterned paper. So much so that you've seen me use it here and here and here. Today, I decided to pair this gorgeous paper with the Pierced Blooms dies and In Bloom stamp set to make some beautiful floral cards for summer.
Plus, I'm hopping with the fabulous Pretty Cards & Paper International Design Team today. As you can guess, we are all using the gorgeous You're a Peach Designer Series Paper. You are going to love everyone's projects! Be sure to read through to the end of this post and then click through the whole list of designers at the end.
Looking for an easy way to make quick cards? I have another great card sketch for you today! Card sketches make it so easy to make great cards, especially with patterned paper.
We used this one for last night's Mystery Stamping in the On Y Go! Stamping Facebook Group. If you've never joined me for Mystery Stamping, I hope you'll try it out soon. Normally, Mystery Stamping happens every Tuesday night at 8:00 pm. The next few weeks will be a little switched up, but we'll be back regularly in August. So, come on over, join the group, and get some great ideas for making quick cards!