Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Stamp A Stack Class Cards

Hello to all you Stampers/Crafters,

Hope you all are having a wonderful beginning to your New Year. Can't believe it is already the 8th. The year is already moving way to fast.

Well today I have pictures of 3 of the 6 cards will will be making in my January Stamp-A-Stack class. We are going to be making Sympathy and Get Well cards. (please excuse the photo's, the photographer (me) isn't very good)

This first card is really one of my favorites. The wreath image may not look familiar, as it's just one small small one from a large stamp set. Trying to look outside the norm for the use of stamps in a set. This is something that will be an eye opener for my attendants at the class. It is so interchangeable with the sentiments, the papers and the embellishment you could use. This card is an odd size, so the attendants of the class will be playing with the envelope make to make an envelope to hold this card.

Card #2 is a really clean, simple, but elegant card at the same time. I love that I can change the color of the papers and have a different look. Also being able to use different embellishment is also a big plus. This card the attendants will be playing with the Big Shot, Dies, and Framelits.

On this 3rd card, it has a calming feel to it, you could very simply change that  to a cheerful feeling by switching your colors and greeting. The flower image may not look familiar, as it's just a small portion of a larger stamp.  The stamping trick of "selective stamping" is one I don't consider using much, but it does have an impact and another new outlook to how to use a stamp set. Using a set of blue monochromatic colors I believe made this card feel calming/soothing.

Well that is just a sneak peek at this months Stamp-A-Stack class. If you are interested in a class kit, the cost is $20 plus postage and you will have the cards ready to put together. Included will be color images and directions for assembly and all products used. If you would like to get your hands on one of these kits, please feel free to contact me via email at

Hope your hump day is a grand one,


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