Simple but stunning

When you get such beautiful Designer Paper to play with, it’s way too easy to create simple but stunning cards. Today, I am sharing an idea that creates 6 simple and easy cards using just one sheet of Designer Paper.

I was blown away with how lovely the Peaceful Place Specialty designer series paper pack is. Featuring monotone colour palette and sparkly silver foil detail, the designs are just lovely to work with. Today, I am working with this sheet design in the pack:

The way it is printed lends itself to creating 6 card fronts with it. So let me take you through the “how to”. First up, you need to slice the sheet in half between the two sets of trees.

Next cut each half into three – I chose to make my width 100mm wide. Then working so that I cut off some of the bottom edge, I chose to trim the card front size down to 142mm. 

You can make them slightly bigger so that they fit the card front more fully.

As the design of my card, will include a ribbon tied around the bottom of the trees, I like to cut my card bases down the length, so that the fold is at the top of the card. It kind of forms a tippee. It makes tying a ribbon easier and neater.

I simply adhere the designer paper to my card bases. When making multiples that involve the same steps, I tend to do one step at a time, it’s a bit like a production line. Then I tie my ribbon around the bottom of my trees and either finish with a bow or a knot.

Then it’s just about decorating with a sentiment and embellishments. Here is where things can get fun. This Designer paper is almost like a blank canvas – you add any colours and levels of embellishments to finish off with. I have three ideas to share with you, all based on this simple design –

The first two cards (above) are for Christmas, the one on the right is simpler with the sentiment stamped directly onto the designer paper and finished with couple Red Rhinestones. The one on the left is stepped up with the sentiment being layered and a decorative edge being punch. Then two different packs of embellishments are used to add more bling!

The final card shows you any occasion can be created for, using this simple design and stunning paper. Altering the sentiment and decorative punch used means any occasion is on the table. You could even change up the colours too. 

TiP: if you plan on add additional cardstock beneath the ribbon, like I did here, I recommend adhering that layer of card stock first, then ribbon afterward.

I hope you have enjoyed these simple ideas and are inspired to create something similar soon.

Until next time… Stamp Creatively,

Click to shop supplies used in this project:

Stampin’ Staples – Click to shop these commonly used crafting supplies:

Stampin' Seal
$14.00
Paper Trimmer
$44.00
Bone Folder
$12.00
Paper Snips
$17.00
Clear Block B
$10.00
Clear Block D
$14.00
Clear Block E
$20.00
Clear Block H
$14.00

Online Crafting classes – this week at Gics

It’s just two sleeps to go until The Great International Craft show (GICS) Series 11. The original online craft show.

Huh? Craft Show…. Online? The creative bunch at Craft Alive have come up with this amazing format for us to work with while unable to attend a physical show. More about how it works online, below.

This show is all about Christmas Shopping and projects. Which is right up my alley really, as I love Christmas. I love absolutely everything about it – the planning, the organising, the shopping, the creating, the chaos, the cooking, the cleaning, the preparing, the decorating, the wrapping…. You get the picture… it’s about going all out to creating those special moments with family to celebrate traditions and love and connection.

As part of the show, I will be hosting live classes daily in Gics Classroom 2, during the four days of the show. These will then be available in the massive Craft Video Library following the event.

There are four different classes to choose from and each are centred around a bundle from Stampin’ Up!  Each class will have two great ideas using the bundle and mostly themed for Christmas. I share crafting tips on different things from stamping to adhesives to methods. And all are just fun projects to make. Here is what is on offer:

Class 1 – Playful Penguins: Thursday, September 16th.

Featuring Stampin’ Up!’s Penguin Place Bundle, in this class we will make 2 cards, showcasing the versatility of this bundle.  The two cards are themed differently – one for everyday occasions and one for christmas and I will show some tips using the Penguin builder punch along the way. Both cards are fun to make.

Links to Buy Kits (Australian residents only): 

Consumable Card Kits – $15

Stampin’ Up! Craft supplies Shopping cart

Class 2 – Reindeer class: Friday, September 17th.

Featuring Stampin’ Up!’s Peaceful Reindeer Bundle, in this class we will make 2 cards, showcasing the versatility of this bundle. Both of these cards are themed for Christmas and are just fun to make. You will also learn about the reverse punch technique and hear many tips along the way.

Links to Buy Kits (Australian residents only): 

Consumable Card Kits – $15

Stampin’ Up! Craft supplies Shopping cart

Class 3 – Bright Baubles class: Saturday, September 18th.

Featuring Stampin’ Up!’s Bright Baubles Bundle, in this class we will make 2 cards, showcasing versatility. One will focus on the stamp set and one for the dies, getting you started ideas for both products.  Both of these cards are themed for Christmas, in different styles, and are just fun to make.

Links to Buy Kits (Australian residents only): 

Consumable Card Kit, includes 1 blending brush – $20

Stampin’ Up! Craft supplies Shopping cart

Class 4 – Christmas Planner class: Sunday, September 19th.

A fun and functional project to make. In this class we will make and decorate a mini planner featuring 4 different useful notes pages to help you get organised for Christmas. 

Links to Buy Kits (Australian residents only): 

Consumable Card Kit – $20

Optional Stampin’ Up! Craft supplies Shopping cart

Important Notes about kits and craft supplies:

  • Each class kit comprises two parts – Consumable card kit and Stampin’ Up! craft supplies.
  • NO stamped images are supplied, hence you will need to purchase the bundle, inks and adhesives separately. You can substitute with something similar of course – this may mean you will need to alter some steps.
  • Costs provided above are for the consumable kits only.
  • Suggested Stampin’ Up! supplies are grouped together in a Shopping Cart – links for each class are listed. The items are listed individually so you can purchase just the ones you need for each class. Follow the prompts to add items to an order, and shop online to complete your purchase.
  • If you prefer NOT to shop online – I am happy to help process orders for Stampin’ Up! supplies too, just like normal. Just email me, with your contact details and order.
  • HOST CODE REMINDER: when shopping online for any Stampin’ Up! supplies, remember to use my September host code: DU7R73PX* 

Where to find the Online Craft Class Video – visit The Great International Craft Show Classrooms during the show.

After the event, they will move into their extensive craft library, which is available via subscription. All the details are located on the website.

I hope you can join me for one of more class, this week. If you have any queries, please reach out.

Until next time… Stamp Creatively,

NOTES:
When shopping online, use this months Mystery Host* code – Find the latest one here. Only products purchased through my online store are eligible to count towards rewards.
*Only use this code when your personal order is less than $250. At $250 or more, you qualify for your own rewards – Yay! Congrats! Contact me for more information.

You Can Create It – August Kit

Today, I am sharing an idea of what to make with the August pack in the Quarter 3 Kit. But first here is what is included in the pack. 

The theme focussed on the Bloom Where You’re Planted suite of products from the Annual Catalogue.  Take a closer look at the suite they are on pages 80 & 81 of the Annual. Here is the card I made using these products…

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, Bloom Where You're planted, YCCI

For this card, I focussed on the Paper lattice element. I love what they look like and the layer of texture they bring to a project. You can do so much with them. I had an idea to snip out parts to create shapes within the element. 

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, Bloom Where You're planted, YCCI

This then morphed into beginning my sentiment there. Using paper snips, I cut away parts, leaving others, which I then coloured with Blends to highlight the word “Hi”.  I stamped an added the word “Friends” beneath it, so it read Hi Friends.

I layered this on some Designer Series paper and then onto Gray Granite cardstock from the kit. Basic White thick cardstock formed the basis of my card.

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, Bloom Where You're planted, YCCI

I fussy cut images of plants from the Designer Paper to finished off my card. It’s such a fun card, which I know will brighten someone’s day, given we are still in lockdown here in Melbourne. My biggest decision now, is who to give it too. I think I may need to make some more!

Here are the ideas from our Global Demonstrators for this months kit:

Aude Barbara

Simone Bartrum

Karina Chin

Linda Cullen

Heikle Fallwicki

Karen Hadler

Danielle Kassing

Anja Luft

Fanny Minnie

Mikaela Titheridge

Until next time… Stamp Creatively,

Click to shop supplies used in this project:

Paper Lattice
$10.50

Stampin’ Staples – Click to shop these commonly used crafting supplies:

Stampin' Seal
$14.00
Paper Trimmer
$44.00
Bone Folder
$12.00
Paper Snips
$17.00
Clear Block B
$10.00
Clear Block D
$14.00
Clear Block E
$20.00
Clear Block H
$14.00

Colour INKspiration – CI106

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I am back designing with the Colour INKspiration crew this week and we have another amazing colour combination to work with this challenge. So let’s jump straight in…

The colours are Night of Navy, Pool Party, Real Red and Basic White.

For this challenge I went with a technique I just love. I haven’t used it in a while, but when I saw this stamp set in the Mini 2 catalogue, this technique came straight to mind! Here is my card….

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, Angels of Peace

Using the large Angel in the stamp set Angels of Peace, I embossed her using White embossing powder on a cardbase in Night of Navy. That image along is striking.

Next, I coloured parts of the image using Whisper White Craft ink and a Blender pen. Now, if you have not tried this before, one thing to note is – it’s a layering process. What that means is, you colour with some white ink, leave it too dry for a minute or two, then add another layer, leave to dry, add another layer and so on. 

Allowing some drying time in between is important because as the ink dries, it lightens up quite a lot. This, then allows you see if you would like to add more ink, then you can add another layer. Keep layering until to reach the desired look.

I love this technique as you can build up the white and then add some colour over the top. This works particularly well with flower stamps.

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, Angels of Peace

Anyway, to finish off this card, I stamped some of the snowflakes from this stamp set, in some white craft ink. This give a subtle effect, which allows the angle to be the focal point. Finishing off with a simple sentiment in the remaining challenge colours – stamping the sentiment in Real Red ink on some Pool Party cardstock.

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More INKspiration is loaded up over in our Facebook Challenge group. Head over and enjoyed all the amazing inspiration from the crew. We will be excited to have you play along with us. This challenge is open until 7pm, Monday September 6. Look forward to seeing you over on the group..

Until next time… Stamp Creatively,
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Click to shop supplies specific to this project:

Whisper White Craft Stampin' Pad
Whisper White Craft Stampin’ Pad
$14.00
Blender Pens
$21.00
Versamark Pad
$16.50
Heat Tool
$50.00

Stampin’ Staples – Click to shop these commonly used crafting supplies:

Stampin' Seal
$14.00
Paper Trimmer
$44.00
Bone Folder
$12.00
Paper Snips
$17.00
Clear Block B
$10.00
Clear Block D
$14.00
Clear Block E
$20.00
Clear Block H
$14.00

New Catalogue Day and Sale-a-Bration – Take II

New Catalogue days a some of my favourites of the year!!

I love new catalogues – it’s just like when we were kids and we were allowed 5 minutes in the toy store – if Mum was feeling okay! I never know what to look at first – I get so excited, I flip through way too quick and not see things properly, bit like running up and down the isles of the toys store – LOL!

This mini features an amazing array of Seasonal toys to play with – this Christmas is going to look good! Many of my classes, coming up this second half year, will feature products from this catalogue – just getting ready for Christmas projects season.

There are a couple of ways to view what is on the inside – here’s how:

Or

Download the PDF from my Demo Website. Scroll to the bottom of the home page.

This Mini 2 Catalogue starts today and runs through to January 3, 2022.

It’s also Sale-a-Bration time!

This is the second round of Sale-a-Bration for 2021, which is fantastic. It’s running throughout August and September, finishing Sept 30, It certainly is a very popular promotion on the Stampin’ Up! calendar and I think that is largely because it delivers the most value for money.

I mean… spend, host or join and you could get free things… What could be better than that!!

If you need a refresher, or maybe you are just getting into Stampin’ Up!? Then let me take you through it:

Shop: for every $90 you spend you can choose a Level 1 product item for FREE. There are a few Level 2 items too, these are available to choose with a product order of $180. Winning!!

Host: Have a party and invite your friends – remember those? They are still a thing! And are a very fun thing… this is where you can earn host reward $$ to spend on regular product with qualifying party sales. During SAB, you can also earn an additional stamp set – In Your Words – a great sentiments stamp set! This is available with qualifying sales minimums. We can do online gatherings or in person (should restrictions allow). Contact me to book a date today.

Join: There is a seat for you on my team… come and join me and my team and the Global Stampin’ Up! community. What better way to make connections and get a discount on your Stampin’ Up! stash of products! You can also earn some extra $$ on the side too.
Plus when you join during SAB time – you can choose an additional bundle (from the selection) in your kit.

Just click the “Join My Team” tab at the top to read a little more or contact me to chat directly about it!

Whether you want to shop, host or join my team during Sale-a-Bration this year time, you have until September 30th to take advantage of the additional offers.

I can’t wait to bring you amazing project inspiration using these lovely Mini Catalogue products, and SAB freebies, so be sure to stay tune here on my blog and on socials for all the fun.

Until next time… Stamp Creatively,

You Can Create It – July Kit

You Can Create It kits are a challenge of using a select group of consumable products to work with each month. Today’s inspiration is using the first month in current Quarters Kit – July monthly pack.

It features consumables from the You’re a Peach Designer paper, as well as others like cardstock and Fluid 100 watercolour paper.

I have created two cards using supplies from the July pack and some from the Extra materials supplies.

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, YCCI kit,

This first one uses one of the pieces of designer paper and here I have used both sides to show the designs. I fussy cut some of the peaches and a leaf from half and used the reverse side of the remaining half to add some colour to the background.

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, YCCI kit,

I embossed some Basic White thick cardstock with Checks embossing folder and then blended some colour over to add interest. Then I set about layering the finishing touches – the fussy cut peaches, leaf and sentiment.

The second card featured some bold watercolouring, using the sample piece of Fluid 100 Water Colour paper. This paper is heavy cotton built for withstanding lots of water…. So here, spritzed the paper with water on both sides, then used the brush size water painter to add a light layer of colour first. Then I add a second layer which is more vivid in colour. I just love the veins of colour that escape the edges along the water.

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, YCCI kit,

Once dry I layered this over some designer paper and cardstock on to a base of Basic White thick cardstock. Then topped the water colouring panel with some Butterflies. I couldn’t decide on a sentiment, so am leaving it until I use the card, then I will pop the right one at the top there.

To learn more about how the You Can Create It kit work and to subscribe…. click here.

Here are the ideas from our Global Demonstrators for this months kit:

Simone Bartrum

Karina Chin

Heikle Fallwicki

Karen Hadler

Danielle Kassing

Anja Luft

Mikaela Titheridge

Until next time… Stamp Creatively,

Click to shop specific products used to create these project:

Stampin’ Staples – Click to shop these commonly used crafting supplies:

Stampin' Seal
$14.00
Paper Trimmer
$44.00
Bone Folder
$12.00
Paper Snips
$17.00
Clear Block B
$10.00
Clear Block D
$14.00
Clear Block E
$20.00
Clear Block H
$14.00

Colour INKspiration – CI104

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I love this style of artwork…. Mainly monotone and then a splash of a colour! So I was really excited this image I suggested was selected as a Colour Ink challenge!! It’s just a beautiful image, not that I’m a winter girl what-so-ever, and of course uses one of my favourite colours…. Red!

Black, White and Cherry Cobbler

Here is the card I created using these colours…

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, Sweet Strawberry bundle

I really couldn’t go passed the strawberries… It was just calling me as I stood in front of my stamp collection with the colour cardstock in hand!

First stamping the vine leaves in Memento Black, I layered a couple of leaves over the top in gray – Basic Gray for the outline and Smokey Slate for the fill.

Framing the stamped panel with some Basic Black cardstock, I used dimensionals to adhere to my card base, which is layered with some Designer Paper.

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, Sweet Strawberry bundle

To top off my card, I added the splash of Cherry Cobbler Strawberries. Creating two, I first stamped the outline in full strength ink colour. Then used the colouring stamp, but here I stamped off to lighten the image and allow that beautiful watercolour texture built into the stamp to come through.

More INKspiration is loaded up over in our Facebook Challenge group. Head over and enjoyed all the amazing inspiration from the crew. We will be excited to have you play along with us. This challenge is open until Monday, August 9th. Look forward to seeing you over on the group..

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Until next time… Stamp Creatively,
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Click to shop supplies specific to this project:

Stampin’ Staples – Click to shop these commonly used crafting supplies:

Stampin' Seal
$14.00
Paper Trimmer
$44.00
Bone Folder
$12.00
Paper Snips
$17.00
Clear Block B
$10.00
Clear Block D
$14.00
Clear Block E
$20.00
Clear Block H
$14.00

CTC328 – Case Sketch

It’s been too long since hopping along with the talented crafters that are the Casing The Catty Crew. Life just gets in the way of important things – like crafting – some times. So welcome if you are joining me here, or if you have hopped over from Peta.

This week, we have a sketch challenge, which I really enjoy. Here is the layout we are following along with which features on page 33 of the Annual Catalogue.

My card project today is also a little sneak peak of new products coming in the next Mini Catalogue, starting August 3. Whilst it feels early to start thinking about Christmas… if you are anything like me, I always find myself in a scramble to make more at the 11th hour – LOL. So I’m hoping that by having Christmassy stuff early means, I’ll make more earlier too! Well… I need to be positive here!

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, Peaceful Deer, Reindeer builder punch

So here I have used a new bundle called Peaceful Deer, featuring the Peaceful Deer stamp set and Reindeer Builder punch. There really is a lot to love about this bundle, the stamp set features a huge 20 Polymerstamps and is a great mix of images and sentiments.

There are four groups of tree images – all are different size in scale and contain different quantity of trees. Making it super easy to create a scene. Here on my card, I used three different stamps and Sahara Sand ink to create the tree scene at the bottom of my main image. Using Generational Stamping technique (or Stamp off) allows for creating depth easily too. I finished the background by adding a snow flurry in the sky, another stamp in the set.

I layered this over some Designer Paper – this pack is a FREE Sale-a-Bration pack coming on August 3 also (with qualifying order). It’s the Peaceful Deer pack that coordinates with this bundle, featuring reindeers and trees that match the stamps! The designer paper sits over a cardbase of Sahara Sand cardstock.

My prancing reindeer is one of the stamps from the set, punched with the builder punch, and finished off with a red nose and antlers also featured on the punch.

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, Peaceful Deer, Reindeer builder punch

Finishing off my card with two layers of ribbon – the Fine Art gold shimmery one from the Annual Catalogue and a new ruffled ribbon coming in the Mini.


TiP – when adhering this type of ribbon, glue dots are your best option. Tear Tape will hamper the beautiful ruffled edge feature and liquid glue will just stain the fabric. Simply roll glue dots into sausages and pop them in the flat channel in the centre of the ribbon and away you go.

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, Peaceful Deer, Reindeer builder punch

A sentiment from the same stamp set finishes off the card.

Next up in the hop is Monique Fielder.

After you’ve enjoyed the awesome hop with the team, I’m looking forward to seeing your CASE over in our challenge group. Be sure to load up your creation by 6pm next Sunday night, August 1st.

Until next time… Stamp Creatively,

Stampin’ Staples – Click to shop these commonly used crafting supplies:

Stampin' Seal
$14.00
Paper Trimmer
$44.00
Bone Folder
$12.00
Paper Snips
$17.00
Clear Block B
$10.00
Clear Block D
$14.00
Clear Block E
$20.00
Clear Block H
$14.00

Henna Hearts are kissing

Here we are, those of us living in Melbourne, are half way through lockdown number 5. Hoping this one really is the short sharp one we need to get ahead of the Delta variant of Coronavirus making it’s presence felt in our lovely city.

The one great thing about a lockdown is no rushing around in a busy life – work, the school run, kids activities, shopping, other jobs – it all come to a screaming halt and we just stay home and catch up on other jobs around the house, we keep putting on hold. For me, lockdowns mean extra crafting time!!

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, Henna Hearts, Kissing technique

The inspiration for this technique I am sharing with you today, came off the back of seeing a combination of other cards while scrolling social media. The idea sparked and I set about trying it out and creating a project for class earlier this month. The project was a hit with my class ladies and I wanted to share it with the Web-world too.

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, Henna Hearts, Kissing technique

This is an old technique, one I first learned when I started stamping more than 10 years ago. I don’t know why it dropped off my radar, I guess with the development of die-cutting machines and techniques and mixed media products coming about, there was more to learn.

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, Henna Hearts, Kissing technique

It’s the Kissing Technique and the Henna Hearts stamp set, is perfect for it. This is where you stamp the stamp, then stamp on your project. Sounds simple enough, right?!

https://youtu.be/uRu1NDzV3dA

To make it easier I have created a video to show you the steps. Whether this is new for you, or it’s a refresher course, join me as I make two cards, showing the steps to making stamps kiss.

Until next time… Stamp Creatively,

Click to shop products specific to this project:

Stampin’ Staples – Click to shop these commonly used crafting supplies:

Stampin' Seal
$14.00
Paper Trimmer
$44.00
Bone Folder
$12.00
Paper Snips
$17.00
Clear Block B
$10.00
Clear Block D
$14.00
Clear Block E
$20.00
Clear Block H
$14.00

You Can Create It – June Kit

You Can Create It kits are certainly a lot of fun to create with… the challenge of using a select group of products to work with is a fun one each month. Today is all about the last monthly pack in the current Quarter.

June monthly pack featured Designer paper from the Simply Elegant suite and coordinating products…

So naturally, I went with coordinating bundle – Elegantly Said stamp set and Elegant tag punch. I also have two project ideas to share with you this time too. First up is this project, using only featured items from kit I created this simple card.

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, Simply Elegant, Elegantly Said, You Can Create It, YCCI

Creating a base from Basic Gray cardstock, I layered a strip of the Designer Paper over some Basic Black cardstock. Before adhering, I stamped some detail using the long decorative stamp using Basic Gray ink to create a subtle feature. I layered the strip just next to the stamped image and topped it off with a punched tag from some Shimmery cardstock. I stamped a flower image also from the set, using Smokey Slate ink and stamp off technique. I heat embossed the sentiment using Gold embossing powder to add some extra sparkle to match the designer paper.

My next project is another card, using more of the monthly pack materials and topped up with some from the extra materials pack. I was also a little naughty and used a couple of products in my own stash. I just had to add a splash of red to this project, and red ribbon and some red rhinestones were the perfect addition.

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, Simply Elegant, Elegantly Said, You Can Create It, YCCI

Here I used the Very Vanilla thick card stock as my base, layered with some more of that yummy designer paper, the ribbon across the edge here was just the perfect finish. After stamping the Vanilla cardstock with those gorgeously large flourish stamp, I layered it over some Basic Black cardstock, to match the black ink. I stamped the sentiment on a strip of vellum and left that to dry for a while before adhering. Classic ink can take a few extra minutes too dry on the plastic material that is vellum. You can speed it up using a heat tool if you like – just be sure to keep the tool at a distance and continually wave it around, so as not to melt the vellum.

Once dry, I wrapped it around the flourish stamped layers and secured it with some tape adhesive. I used some dimensionals to adhere the layered to my card base, making sure I added some extras over the vellum to secure it on.

I topped it off with some red rhinestones to accent the splash of red colour.

I hope you enjoyed my inspirations for three packs in this Quarters kit. We’ll be back next month with inspiration for the new quarters kit. Subscriptions are open for Quarter 3, and will be begin shipping around late July. All the details on what You Can Create It is all about and how you can get involved are on the ONLINE classes & kits page.

Here are the ideas from our Global Demonstrators for this months kit:

Aude Barbara

Karina Chin

Heikle Fallwicki

Karen Hadler

Anja Luft

Mikaela Titheridge

Until next time… Stamp Creatively,

Click to shop products used in these projects:

Versamark Pad
$16.50
Heat Tool
$50.00

Stampin’ Staples – Click to shop these commonly used crafting supplies:

Stampin' Seal
$14.00
Paper Trimmer
$44.00
Bone Folder
$12.00
Paper Snips
$17.00
Clear Block B
$10.00
Clear Block D
$14.00
Clear Block E
$20.00
Clear Block H
$14.00