If you missed last night's Card Class & Game Night and would like the complete tutorials for these cards, including all of the cutting dimensions, you can purchase the cardmaking tutorial in my Tutorial Store.
You can also watch the replay of the Card Class & Game Night if you'd like to see how I put these cards together.
I have more photos, supply lists, and more below. So, on y go! Let's get stamping.
Do you have lots of scraps of patterned paper? The Bargello card making technique is perfect for using up some of your paper scraps. For this card I used the Pattern Party Designer Series Paper from Stampin' Up!® along with the Your Biggest Fan stamp set.
I have more samples using this fun cardmaking technique below along with cutting dimensions and supply lists. Be sure to watch the video tutorial to see exactly how to make this handmade card.
Every Tuesday night, I'm live in my Facebook group and on YouTube with a fun cardmaking event using the supplies you have in your own stash. For the past two years, I've been doing Mystery Stamping each week. But in May, I'm going to switch things up every week:
1st Tuesday: Stamp with Me
2nd Tuesday: Technique Tuesday
3rd Tuesday: Mystery Stamping
4th Tuesday: Monthly Card Class & Game Night
5th Tuesday: Mystery Stamping
I hope you'll make plans to join me! Ok, on y go! Let's get stamping.
I love bright colors! But, here are some bright colors that have been softened a little. I have combined Calypso Coral, Pool Party, and Bumblebee. This handmade card still looks bright for spring, but it has a little softer touch than the starkness of Real Red.
My customer thank you cards for this month are a bright and cheery card using the Hello Ladybug stamp set and coordinating Ladybug Builder punch from Stampin' Up!® I have the best customers! And I love spoiling them with a hand-stamped thank you card and a FREE set of tutorials each time they order.
This thank you card is also part of Kylie Bertucci's Demonstrator Training Hop. There are so many awesome thank you card ideas for you this month! Be sure to read all the way through my post and then find the list of designers at the very bottom.
Did you see this card sketch that I shared this week? I used it for my weekly Mystery Stamping event. I wanted to see what would happen if I followed the same basic layout, but made it a vertical card instead of a horizontal card. Yup, it worked fabulously that direction as well!
Here are two sample handmade card ideas for you using the Flowering Tulips and Hello Ladybug stamp sets from Stampin' Up!® I have all the info for these fabulous cards for you below.
Card sketches, like this one, make it easy to create cards quickly. You can keep the design just like the sketch, or change things up to work better for your rubber stamps or patterned papers.
For this week's Tuesday Night Mystery Stamping, we made cards based on this card sketch. You'll find my sample cards below using the Garden Greenhouse, Flowering Rainboots, and Catch You Later stamp sets. I hope you'll join me next Tuesday night in the On Y Go! Stamping Facebook group for our next Mystery Stamping event.