Maymay Made It — Christmas
Posted by Stacy Williams on
Hi Everyone Happy Wednesday To You! I want to share a really fun Christmas card with you today. I love the truck from the Memory Lane stamp set, it can be used for many things. Today though, we are using it for a Christmas card. Hopefully you are able to see the snow on the truck and in the background. I am sharing a chart I made below so you can see how I was able to stamp the presents to where they look like they are inside the truck. Hopefully this explains how I did it. If you have...
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Posted by Tamatha Luehrs on
Oh Christmas tree, Oh Christmas tree, how lovely are thy branches. Since its a lil bit too early to put up our Christmas tree, my favorite part of the holiday, lets create a card instead. This is a fun, easy peasy but creative Christmas tree card to get you started on those holiday cards. We will be featuring the Brutus Monroe Clickable Letters and the new Nuvo Hybrid ink pads. So gather up your supplies and let's create! Supplies needed: Celebrate the Season Brutus Monroe Clickable letters Nuvo Hydrid ink pads Brutus Monroe Foundation Star Die set Cardstock...
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Posted by Georgia Carl on
Christmas will be upon us sooner than we think. One of my "go to" stamp sets is Maymay's "Snow Peeking". The snowmen in this set are so adorable and can be worked into many cards. For this card, I wanted to have the snowmen peek around a distressed wall. For the wall I used the new stamp set "Patina". And for the inside sentiment I used "Celebrate the Season". This would be a great card to give to the children in your life. I have to say, one of the best things I like about Maymay's stamp sets is how...
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Posted by Tamatha Luehrs on
Merry Christmas!.....what??? But it's 80 degrees outside!!! Yep its that time of the year again...Christmas in July! Today we kick of the event with a simply elegant card.This easy to make background features our new stamp set Patina. This is the perfect card for those of us who send out several cards for the holiday season. So gather those supplies ans let's create some winter magic! Supplies needed: Big Time Sayings stamp set Patina stamp set G's Teddy Bear Lane stamp set Brutus Monroe masking paper Cardstock **Trimmer** Scissors Uniball Signo gel pen Coloring medium of you choice Nuvo Hybrid...
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- Tags: Acrylic block, Art Glitter Glue, big time sayings, BM masking paper, bone folder, Cardmaking, Christmas, craft supplies, Cricut trimmer, G's Teddy Bear Lane, Markers, Neenah cardstock, nuvo hybrid ink pad, papercrafting, Patina, Relic, Tim Holtz scissors, Uniball Signo pens
Posted by Crystal Cleveland on
Have you ever owned an ugly sweater? Of course we all have. Mostly Christmas sweaters that we either bought to wear to a Christmas party or function or we were "gifted one" at Christmas. Maymay's ugly sweater stamp set got me all fired up to have an ugly sweater Christmas party. When I showed the tags to my daughter (who's not a crafter by any means) she said 'Oh, these are so cute and I think I've owned a few that look just like them" I knew right then they would definitely be a hit. Use the ugly sweater...