Sharing Easter Projects

Welcome back, stamping friend!  As promised, I’m back sharing Easter projects with you, from my class last Friday.  In yesterday’s post, I shared the first Easter card we made, and 1 of the cute little Mini Egg Cartons that we decorated.  If you missed that post, you can SEE IT HERE.

Easter Card

Sharing Easter Projects

This Easter card uses bright, springy colours in Flirty Flamingo and Peekaboo Peach!  The stamp set is long-retired, called Easter Blessings.


First I cut a 4″ x 5 1/4″ panel of Flirty Flamingo cardstock.  Then using the Window Box Thinlits Dies, I die cut the largest die in the top middle of the panel, using the Big Shot.  The Precision Plate makes the little detailed pieces come out very easily!  I attached this panel to the Peekaboo Peach card base using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

The patterned paper is from the Fruit Stand Designer Series Paper collection; it’s a lovely soft watercolour looking peach stripe.  I used Peekaboo Peach and Whisper White cardstock for the ovals, which are die cut using the Big Shot and the Stitched Shapes Framelits.

Everything was layered with either Multipurpose Glue or Stampin’ Dimensionals, and the addition of the Pearl Basic Jewels finishes off the card nicely!

Sharing Easter Projects

Of course, your card isn’t finished until you’ve stamped the inside! I used the retired stamp set Easter Blossoms for the sentiment and the easter egg in the bottom corner.

Mini Egg Carton

Sharing Easter Projects

This Mini Egg Carton makes a cute gift or treat holder!  For this carton, I decided to colour it, which is quite easy to do.  I filled one of the Stampin’ Spritzers with half water and half rubbing alcohol.  Then, I added 12 drops from the Bermuda Bay Ink Refill.  This gave it a nice, rich colour.  If you add less ink refill, you’ll get a lighter blue colour, so you can adjust the colour to your liking.


Decorating this Mini Egg Carton was easy, once I decided to  use the Cupcakes & Carousels Embellishment Kit.  I added a Gold Foil Paper Circle, die cut using the Stitched Shapes Framelits, and a Lace Doily.  To make these 2 layers more visible, I cut them in half, and glued them to the bottom of the label, after stamping the sentiment from the retired Num Num set in Bermuda Bay ink.

Adding a length of Gold Sequin Trim with a Stampin’ Dimensional, then layering the cute little tassel and bow on top of that makes for a cute accessory.  Finally, I added a few scattered sequins on the label.

Sharing Easter Projects

I hope that you’ve enjoyed me sharing my Easter projects.  Hopefully you’ve been inspired to get your Easter projects ready, too!  You can order the supplies for these projects by clicking on the images below.



Hop To It and Get Ready for Easter!

Hello stamping friend!  Can you believe that we’re into the last week of March already?  Time sure seems to be flying fast, which is why I thought I’d share my ‘Hop To It and Get Ready for Easter’ class this past Friday.

With Easter coming up quickly,  I didn’t want to wait until April to hold this class.  I know how busy life can get, and how we quickly run out of time.  So we got together and made 2 cards and decorated 2 of the new Mini Egg Cartons.

Flower Shop

Hop to it and get ready for easter

These bright fresh colours say ‘Spring’, even if the weather doesn’t!  Using Emerald Envy, Sweet Sugarplum and Daffodil Delight ink colours keep this card bright and cheerful.


To create this fun fold, your Emerald Envy card base is the standard 4 1/2″ x 5 1/2″, scored and folded at 4 1/4″.  Next you want to measure 2″ down from the top on the front flap, and cut off that portion.  This gives you what I call a ‘dutch door’ look; the bottom half of the card closes, leaving the top open so you can see the sentiment.

Hop to it and get ready for Easter

I used some retired embossed paper from the Holiday catalogue; I think it’s called Festive Frost.  Use a Sponge to rub the Emerald Envy ink over the embossing.  Next, stamp the flowers from the Flower Shop stamp set in Sweet Sugarplum and the small flowers from Petite Petals stamp set in Daffodil Yellow ink.  No need for fussy cutting – use the coordinating Petite Petals and Pansy Punches to punch out the flowers, and layer them across the top of the bottom ‘flap’.  Keep in mind that you’ll want to leave the sentiment visible, so alternate the height of the flowers as you’re layering them.

Finally, stamp the sentiment on the inside panel of Whisper White, in Sweet Sugarplum ink.  I used a retired stamp that I’ve had for years!

Punch Art Bunny Hop to it and get ready for Easter

I am so glad that I ordered these Mini Egg Cartons over a month ago, as they’re not available right now!  The good news is that the new shipment, which is being held up by Customs Clearing, should be arriving at the warehouse in a few days.  And how about this punch art bunny – isn’t she adorable?


To show off the soft natural vanilla colour, I left this egg carton uncoloured.  There are lots of layers on the top; the first is a square of Cupcakes & Carousels DSP, with the corners rounded.  On top of that is a rosette that I made with another pattern from the Cupcakes & Carousels DSP.  Before attaching the DSP, I wrapped the retired Calypso Coral Ruched Ribbon around the carton, so that I could tie the bow in the front.

Hop to it and get ready for easter

I used a couple of now retired punches to create the bunny.  The Flower Builder Punch (for the ears) and the Oval Punch (body) are retired, but you can substitute with the Layering Ovals Framelits and the Leaf Framelits for the ears.  The 1 3/4″ Circle Punch was used for the bunny’s head.  Each was punched from Soft Suede cardstock, and then the edges sponged with Soft Suede ink, using a Sponge Dauber.  The Mini Glue Dots are great for putting the pieces together.  For the tail, I used a retired flower embellishment; I think these were from at least 2 years ago.  To get the Calypso Coral ink on the tail, I just pounced it directly into the ink pad.

Next to the bunny is the sentiment stamped in Calypso Coral ink onto Whisper White, from the Suite Sayings stamp set.  Both the sentiment and the layer below it were die cut with the Big Shot and the Tags & Labels Framelits.

An Inside Look

Of course, you can’t have a pretty outside with a plain inside!

hop to it and get ready for easter

The same pattern is used to line the inside lid and the sentiment is finished on the inside of the egg carton!  Keeping consistent with the top of the carton, the same Tags & Labels Framelits were used, as were the same colours.  It was pure luck that the caramel filled chocolate eggs I bought earlier matched the colour scheme of the decorations!

I’ll be back tomorrow to share the other card we made, and how we decorated the 2nd egg carton.  Of course it’s not the same as this one!  I  hope that I’ve given you some inspiration for your own Easter celebration.  So you better hop to it – and get ready for Easter! 🙂

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Up and Away with the Paper Craft Crew

Up and Away with the Paper Craft Crew

It’s Wednesday, and that means it’s time for a new challenge with the Paper Craft Crew!  This week we have another sketch challenge for you; have a look.

Up and Away with the Paper Craft Crew

Remember, when you’re using the sketch, you don’t have to use the exact shapes as in the sketch.  For instance, I replaced the focal  circle with my die cut balloon.  As long as you stay with the basics of the sketch – this sketch says it’s to be a SQUARE – you do have some play with the elements.

Up and Away

Up and Away with the Paper Craft Crew

For my card I created a large 5 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ square card.  Thank goodness I have the Envelope Punch Board, so that I can make an envelope to fit it!


I made the large die cut hot air balloon by die cutting some Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper with the Big Shot and Up & Away Thinlits Dies.  Because of the ‘coating’ on the back of the glimmer paper, it can be a bit pesky to release all of the little pieces, so make sure to run it through the Big Shot about 3-4 times, and use your Precision Plate.

Each of the clouds were die cut using the same dies, and Whisper White cardstock.  I used a Sponge Dauber and the Island Indigo ink pad to sponge the edges with ink.  To stamp the sentiment, I used the Lift Me Up stamp set, and stamped directly onto one of the large clouds, in Island Indigo ink.

The card base is Island Indigo cardstock, cut at 5 1/2″ x 11″, scored and folded in half.  On the panel of Soft Sky cardstock, I stamped the small cloud image in Soft Sky ink randomly, to add some texture, without adding more layers.

I had been thinking of doing sponging to create the sky background behind the balloon, but then decided that I could make this card more quickly.  So, I cut a piece of the photorealistic sky from the Serene Scenery Designer Paper Stack, and layered that onto the middle of the Soft Sky panel.  Using Mini Glue Dots and Stampin’ Dimensionals made it easy to attach the balloon and the clouds.

Up and Away with the paper craft crew

Before adding the layers to the card base, I wound a length of the Thick Whisper White Baker’s Twine around the top, where the DSP meets the cardstock.

Now It’s Your Turn

I hope you find some inspiration in my card; be sure to check out the cards created by the rest of the Design Team on the Paper Craft Crew blog.  Then of course, link up your own card for the challenge!  Most importantly, have fun 🙂  To purchase any of the supplies used to make this card, click on the images below to go to my online store.




New Items Added for Sale-A-Bration Final Days!

Wow – can you believe it?!  Just yesterday we were dealing with the sad news that the 6″ x 6″ Glimmer Paper was all gone.  And today, Stampin’ Up! has announced the New Items Added for Sale-A-Bration Final Days!

There’s only 10 days left of Sale-A-Bration, and now you can choose from 7 new items as your FREE choice – and they’re from the Annual Catalogue!

Here’s the List

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Private Card Class

Welcome back, stamping friend!  I’m back to share with you the cards that everyone created at Pam’s Private Card Class on the weekend.  It was a lot of fun, and as I mentioned in yesterday’s post (you can READ HERE if you missed it) everyone did a great job!  I was so surprised that they needed very little extra help, because except for Pam and 1 of her guests, all were new to stamping.

The Private Card Class Cards

Balloon Adventures

Private Card Class

I loved seeing everyone’s reaction when they first saw the die cut front before seeing the sample card.  It was a mix of ‘that looks cool’ and ‘now what do we do’?  It’s easy to create a fun and ‘wow’ card with the Balloon Adventures stamp set and coordinating Balloon Pop Up Thinlits Dies .

Since everyone was new, I did the die cutting beforehand, and let everyone focus on the fun of stamping.  We used Pacific Point, Crushed Curry and Calypso Coral ink for stamping the balloons, and Emerald Envy ink for the banner and sentiment.  I guess I’m pretty used to people who are familiar with how Stampin’ Up! coordinates their stamp sets and framelits.  So Saturday it was pretty cool hearing everyone saying how great it was that they could easily see through the photopolymer stamps, and stamp their balloons.

We were all having a laugh when I explained that I wasn’t just making up the names as I went along. I explained and showed how all of the ink and cardstock colours coordinate, and how the designer papers also used the same colours.  I think Stampin’ Up! makes it really easy for us to make fabulous looking cards!

Private Card Class - Balloon Adventures inside

Everyone liked how I showed them to use the stamps to decorate the inside of the card as well.  For this card, we used the fun streamers and confetti image from the Balloon Adventures set.  Of course, I reminded them that a plain envelope can be made much more appealing by stamping on it, as well!  I forgot to take pictures, but trust me -there wasn’t a plain envelope on the table at the end of the class 🙂

Floral Phrases

When Pam and I were coordinating the class, I asked if there was a certain theme, or preference for the type of cards.  There was one lady, she said, who hoped that we could do a wedding card, as her son is getting married next month.  Voila – a card is born!

Private Card Class - Floral Phrases

This beautiful Floral Phrases stamp set is perfect for weddings, anniversaries and thank you cards.  There is a whole Floral Boutique Suite of products that coordinate, but since I didn’t know the wedding colour theme, I thought that using Night of Navy might be too big of a risk!

We used the pretty Peekaboo Peach ink to stamp the flowers, and added the stylized leaf image from the Timeless Textures stamp set in Pear Pizzazz ink.  (I think this is when people started to mention that the ink names were making them hungry!)  The sentiment is from the Falling for You stamp set.  The group really seemed to like the angling of the sentiment, and how easy it was to cut off the excess from the sentiment layers.  I had them cut the excess off after attaching the sentiment layers with Stampin’ Dimensionals.  Doing it this way ensured that everyone had a clean, even cut that matches the edge of the card front.

Private Card Class - Floral Phrases

The cardstock layers are Whisper White, Peekaboo Peach and Sahara Sand.  I used the 2 different sizes of Pearl Embellishments for a little extra something.

Avant Garden

For the final card, I  showed how not every card has to be a standard rectangle, and that a non-standard card doesn’t have to be difficult.  I showed how to create this Z-Fold card:

Private Card Class

It was fun to see the eyes pop, and hear the ooh’s and aahh’s, when the Falling in Love Designer Series Paper was spotted! 🙂  I also had fun telling them that the Avant Garden stamp set was FREE with my qualifying purchase from Sale-A-Bration.  The 3/8″ Metallic Ribbon in Silver was FREE as well 🙂

Using the DSP with this card helped to reinforce what I had said about the terrific colour coordination between the inks, cardstock, embellishments and designer papers.  I explained that I pulled the colours of Soft Sky, Sahara Sand and Sweet Sugarplum from the DSP.

Private card class - Z fold

Both sentiments are from the Avant Garden stamp set, stamped in Sweet Sugarplum ink.  The 3/8″ Metallic Ribbon is attached by first laying down a strip of Tear & Tape, then laying the ribbon directly on top of it.  That keep the ribbon completely flat, with no  buckling or gapping.

A Private Card Class for You?

I had a lot of fun with this group, showing them how awesome Stampin’ Up! products are, and easy to use.  They also saw and got to use all 3 types of stamps – wood mount, clear mount and  photopolymer.  I hope that they enjoyed themselves as much, and that I’ll be seeing at least some of these ladies again 🙂

If you’re in my area, and would like to have fun with your friends, you can book your OWN private card class with me!  Just send me an email at, and I’ll be in touch with you to work out the details.  A private card class, or a party, is a great way to spend fun time with your friends, learn something new, and have pretty cards at the end of the class.


Pam’s Private Card Class

Pam’s Private Card Class

I had a great weekend – I hope that yours was good as well!  On Saturday, my friend Pam brought 5 of her friends for a private card class.  Of course, you know there  has to be a back-story to this, right?!

Well, a month or so ago, Pam had asked if I would contribute a silent auction item, as her church was fundraising for their youth camp.  Of course I said yes!  I know how much fun the kids have at these camps; my own youngest went once!

So the day after the auction arrives, and I get a text from Pam.  Have you guessed what it said?  Well, Pam was the highest bidder – so she had bought herself a private card class for herself & 5 friends 🙂  I wasn’t sure whether to congratulate her, or offer my sympathies – because of course she had been trying to ‘bump’ up the bidding!

The Class Group

Here is part of the group; some of the ladies have finished their card, others are still working away.

Pam's Private Card Class

Pam's Private Card Class

That’s my friend Pam, the winner of the private card the blue, seated at the end of the table.  Pam attends my classes regularly, so she was great at helping the others if they got stuck.  I have to say, for a group where 4 out of the 6 attendees are brand new to stamping, these ladies did a phenomenal job on their cards!  Not only did they all turn out great, but they were all done within the 2 hours we had scheduled.   We had time afterwards to enjoy the fruit and danishes Pam had brought as a treat, and coffee.

I made sure to take a picture of the whole group, with their cards, when they were done.  So many times I forget to do this, because we’re all too busy having fun, and chatting!

Pam's Private Card Class

All’s Well That Ends Well

The good news is that everyone had a good time, and really liked the cards they created.  And the money that Pam bid on the private card class went to a good cause – the children will appreciate it 🙂   The 3 cards that everyone made used the Balloon Adventures, the Avant Garden and the Floral Phrases stamp sets.  I’ll be back tomorrow with details on the cards, so be sure to come back!


Card Swap with Friends

Card Swap with Friends

Here it is – my final post in this series to share the cards from my card swap with friends.  This all started a couple of weekends ago when Margaret, one of my team members, held a card swap.  It’s a great idea to create and swap cards with friends, because you come away with not just  lots of awesome cards, but great ideas & tips for stamping!

If you missed the previous posts, you can see all of the cards HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE.  Six of us took part in the swap, and we each made 2 cards .  That’s a lot of cards to share 🙂

Vintage Watches

This first card is Margaret’s; I just the vintage look!  I believe the stamp set she used is a retired Stampin’ Up! set, but I’m not positive.  I sure do like it, though!  Margaret did use the Stampin’ Up! Hexagon Dynamic Embossing Folder on the background cardstock, and the retired World Map stamp.  The whole card reminds me of the sepia toned old photographs, and the small clock embellishment is terrific.

Card Swap with Friends

Vintage Car

As you can see, Margaret does very well with the vintage look!  I’m kinda jealous, as I find this look isn’t easy to achieve for me; I really have to work at it.  The vintage card is another retired Stampin’ Up! set.  I love all of the layers and sponging on this card.

Card Swap with Friends - Margaret's car card

Copper Foil

One of Margaret’s friends knows that she loves copper – so she used a LOT of it on this card 🙂  From the dry embossed background to the heat embossed butterfly, this card was certainly a work of art, and heart!

Card Swap with Friends - Copper Foil

Silver Foil

Do you remember when Stampin’ Up! carried the Co’oredinations cardstock?  It’s the kind with the white core, and the sand-able top.  You use a very fine grit sandpaper to sand the top layer, and reveal the inner core colour.  That’s how this look was achieved on the bottom part of this card.  There’s also some really cool ‘non stamping’ products used on this card; the very thin silver strips above & below the sentiment are actually a foil tape, as are the gold stripes & squares!  How cool is that?  And it was found at the Lee Valley Tools store!  We were all having a good laugh, saying that the store was going to be wondering why all of these ‘craft ladies’ were storming the store, just for their metal tape! 🙂

Card Swap with Friends - masculine birthday

Dragonfly Dreams

This Dragonfly Dreams card was made by Lynn, another of my talented team members.  I can’t wait to try out the technique she used to create the quilted background look!  The combination of the Melon Mambo, Silver Foil and Silver Glimmer Paper is just gorgeous.  And to add to the shine, Lynn studded the quilt look with the tiny Rhinestone Embellishments.

Card Swap with Friends - Dragonfly Dreams

Vertical Greetings

Last but certainly not least, is Lynn’s card using the Vertical Greetings stamp set.  Don’t you just love how the Petal Burst Embossing Folder mimics the leaves in the topiary?  I really like how Lynn kept to the 2 main colours (I think Dapper Denim and Pear Pizzazz), then added the pop of Real Red with the bird.

That’s It!

Well, that’s it!  Now you’ve seen all of the cards from our  card swap with friends.  Hopefully  you’ve enjoyed seeing them as much as we did creating and swapping them.  We had so much fun that we’ve already booked our next card swap!

Now is a great time to grab those stamp sets that have been on your ‘wish list’, before Sale-A-Bration ends on March 31st!  Remember that for every $60 spent, you get to choose 1 FREE item from the SAB brochure.

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PCC235 Sketch Challenge with Hey Chick!

PCC235 Sketch Challenge with Hey Chick!

Welcome to this week’s sketch challenge with the Paper Craft Crew!

PCC235 Sketch Challenge

I really like this sketch, but to accommodate the stamp I wanted to use, I flipped it from left to right.


PCC235 Sketch Challenge

This Hey, Chick! stamp set from the Sale-A-Bration brochure is so cute, I think!  The funny chickens with their own personalities make me smile 🙂 Did you notice that I flipped the sketch, so that the chicken was looking backwards at the sentiment?  Like someone is calling to her!

There’s only a couple of weeks left of Sale-A-Bration, so if you haven’t gotten this set for FREE yet – better get shopping before March 31st!


I pulled  the colours from the Urban Underground Designer Series Paper that I used.  I like the Basic Black with the Delightful Dijon, and I added in Cajun Craze on the chicken and in the Candy Dots.

The Very Vanilla cardstock is embossed using the Hexagons Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder.   A tip to getting  the best result with this folder is to spritz your cardstock on both sides before placing it in the folder.  That way, the fibres of the paper are softened, and they accept the deep impression of the folder without tearing.

To colour the chicken, I used the Delightful Dijon and Cajun Craze ink pads and a Blender Pen.  By pressing the lid into the ink pad, while the lid is closed, you transfer some ink onto the lid.  Then it’s easy to pick up the ink with the Blender Pen, and add layers of colour.

PCC235 Sketch Challenge

I gave the egg it’s shiny look by applying glue with the Fine Tip Glue Pen, like I did to the Tasty Truck window in THIS POST.

Your Turn!

Be sure to check out the cards created by the rest of the Design Team over on the Paper Craft Crew blog page.  After you create  your card, link up for the challenge; I’ll be looking for your card 🙂




A Paper Pumpkin Designed by Our CEO!

Get April’s Paper Pumpkin Designed by Our CEO!

Wow – now here’s a chance at an exclusive!  Get a Paper Pumpkin designed by our very own Stampin’ Up! CEO Sara Douglass!  Sara has designed the April edition of Paper Pumpkin!

A Paper Pumpkin Designed by Our CEO


Sara herself describes the kit as ‘bold, vibrant, artistic – and with a little bit of sass!’  (I think that’s kinda like Sara herself!)  I can’t wait to see what she’s designed – how about you?

As if a Paper Pumpkin kit designed by our CEO, Sara  is not reason enough to sign up, there’s more! She’s including a FREE gift inside every April box! We’re keeping it a surprise, but you won’t want to miss it – I know I don’t!

Why You Want to Join Paper Pumpkin

Well, of course the April kit itself is going to be very special, what with being designed by Sara Douglass, and including a FREE gift! But there’s a lot more reasons WHY you’ll  love your Paper Pumpkin subscription:

  • The convenience of an all-inclusive kit arriving at your door every month.
  • Exclusive photopolymer stamp sets and the opportunity to build a collection.
  • Crafting time you can count on without a lot of prep work.
  • Trying new techniques.
  • Creating alternate projects with all the goodies in the box.
  • Getting together with friends to craft every month.
  • Purchasing past kits and refills so the fun never ends.
  • The quality of the products and variety of projects each month.
  • Sharing ideas with a community of online crafters.
  • The surprise factor!

An Extra Perk for Pre-Paid Subscriptions

Sign up for a Pre-Paid Subscription before March 31st, and instantly qualify for a FREE SALE-A-BRATION item!

Pay only $74 (a $4 savings) for your 3 month Paper Pumpkin subscription before March 31st, and you’ll receive the April, May and June Paper Pumpkin kits, PLUS a Free Sale-A-Bration item, PLUS the FREE gift in April’s Paper Pumpkin kit!

How To Sign Up

For a Pre-Paid Subscription, you can either contact me to place your order, or ORDER ONLINE in my store, which is open 24/7.

For a 1 Month subscription, CLICK THIS LINK to place your order –  you’ll be signing up to receive the April kit, which will ship around April 15th.  You’ll receive an email when it ships 🙂

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