This card came together SO quickly using everything from the January Card Kit from The Stamps of Life, even the die! The balloons are super cute embellishments included in the kit as well as the nice thick cardstock patterned paper. Even the base cardstock is included. Thanks Stephanie for a great kit in January!
I was on a go with the April card kit from The Stamps of Life. Thanks to Chris for convincing me that I needed it 🙂
The 2 pink cards and last card used a Tim Holtz Stencil for the simple background. The birdcage card used the Stamp Club images from April which are super cute!
With the latest release at The Cat’s Pajamas Rubber Stamps, came more terrific flower stamps. Every time I see more flower stamps I think “nope, you don’t need more” but then there are coordinating dies, super cute samples by the DT and of course a great “buy now” sale. OK, so I DID buy more flower stamps! But aren’t they awesome???? This card came together super easy and quick, hope you like it.
This card is for the TCPTUES288 color challenge on the blog.
The Cats Pajamas is one of my favorite rubber stamp companies that also has dies! I used the Fancy Flip and Fancy Frame Dies to make this card along with the Sassy Birthday stamp set. It’s mostly an adult oriented card with some fun added in. This card was for the current color challenge TCPTUES284 on the TCP blog.
The February stamp & die set for the Stamps of Life was such a cutie – cat2stamp! Finally cats! The stamp is normally a full cat head plus body, but since I wanted to use the flip-it card, I cut the head from the body after die cutting. Don’t worry, there were no “real” animals harmed in the making of this card!
This card was for the current color challenge TCPTUES284 on the TCP blog.
The Stamps of Life is so full of creative ideas that I had to join in this month with the latest stamp & die set, camera2stamp. I used one of the original square stand-up dies to make the card base. The cardstock is from WeRMemory Keepers – I just love the bold colors and patterns! The stand-up cards are awesome because they are mailed or stored flat – so cool!