Maymay Made It
Posted by Crystal Cleveland on
Yes folks I think, no I know I'm obsessed with this stamp set!!! I get inspiration from the craziest things .Songs on the radio, billboards on trucks, my trash even!! My brain has been in overdrive ever since this set came out. The possibilities are endless. My grandson told his teacher that "my mamma can make anything!!" I don't know about that!Seeing some of my creations the neighborhood kids wanted taters for their Valentine cards for school. I need to explain, the local school makes a big deal about the Valentine boxes and the cards. We all try to make...
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Posted by Amy Helms on
I was so excited when this idea popped into my head! Make bigger faux wood with chipboard! It is fun and easy to do and wow can you do anything with it. I love wood projects but I don't have the wood working tools or skill to cut it down like I need it. So this will fill the bill in many cases. Especially this one, an easy wall plaque for my craft cottage powder room! I hope you guys enjoy it as much as I did making it.
Posted by Tracey Phillips on
With this card project, it feels like Valentine's Day and Spring Season all in one. I decided to take the beehive pattern from the Bee's Knees Stamp Set and use it to add a pattern to my heart. Rather than color in the entire heart, I decided to color only a few parts of the hive. I mounted the heart and the bee using mounting squares, so they would stand out and be the focal point of the card! After completing my card, I decided to do more stamping and color the bee's wings red. I noticed that...
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- Tags: Bees Knees Stamp set, Cards, clear stamps, diy craft, greeting cards, papercrafting, Tracey Phillips, Valentine's Day
Posted by Amy Helms on
I am so enjoying these distressed backgrounds lately. The faux wood look from Monday's video and the todays video is a distress background too. They are easy to do and it is hard to believe that these cards started with just white card stock. I hope you enjoy this technique and will give it a try. Supplies used: Distress Inks My Refuge Stamp Set Hare Peeking Stamp Set Round Acrylic Block Neenah White Cardstock Art Glitter Glue
Posted by Stacy Williams on
Hi friends, Today I want to share with you a fun and very simple easel card. This is not your average everyday card, because of the folding, but it is still the average size and fits into a regular envelope! I used the stamps to create my own background paper. So unique and I really love doing this! A lot of times we think of using a greeting stamp for just that, a greeting! Let's think outside the box, and stamp it in a way that you have your own paper! Very original! This is a great card for anyone...