Welcome, Baby!

Last month, our family had a very special addition – my niece, who is my brother’s eldest daughter – had a beautiful baby girl! This special card is to say Welcome, Baby to my beautiful ‘great niece’ (is that even a title? niece once removed?) Ophelia Grace!


Welcome, Baby!

The Large Letter Framelits make it easy to create this eclipse card.


I really liked the floating hearts pattern on this retired Falling in Love Designer Series Paper, so I used it! Creating the ‘eclipse’ is easy; lay out the letters on your DSP while it’s on the Big Shot cutting platform. Use either the Magnetic Platform to hold the letters in place, or use washi or another repositionable tape.

To have the letters raised quite a bit, I die cut an extra 3 sets of letters, and glued them to the back of each, with Multipurpose Liquid Glue. Attach the die cut DSP to the Soft Sky cardstock panel with the liquid glue, then replace the letters in the openings with Foam Adhesive Strips. You can use Stampin’ Dimensionals, but I like how the Strips keep an level height through the whole length of each letter. Now layer your panel onto a card base of Blushing Bride cardstock.

Stamp the sentiment from the Baby Bear stamp set in Blushing Bride ink, onto Very Vanilla cardstock. Use the Banner Triple Punch to create tails on each end, and attach it to the front with Dimensionals.

Welcome, Baby!


The inside of this card is just as important as the outside-after all, it’s welcoming a new member of the family!

Welcome, Baby!

I again used the Baby Bear stamp set – it’s just too cute! And the sentiments are the best, too. The bear is a 3 step stamp; I used Powder Pink, Blushing Bride and Sweet Sugarplum ink pads. The sentiment is stamped with Blushing Bride ink.  After stamping the bear, I attached one of the 2017-2019 In Color Bitty Bows – in Blushing Bride.  Because I was mailing the card along with gifts, in a box, I didn’t worry about this card being too thick, or needing extra postage.


If you’d like to make your own baby, or eclipse style card, click on the product images below. You can shop in my online store whenever it’s convenient for you, as it’s open 24/7.


View of the Water

Hello again, stamping friend! As I’m sure you’ve noticed, I’ve been on a ‘scenery’ kick with my cards this week! With the exception of yesterday’s Paper Craft Crew challenge, that is. I created these cards last weekend, when we had some beautiful sunshine, and I was loving the outdoors! While the last 2 cards have been more about mountains, today’s card is a view of the water.

This time, I used the Waterfront stamp set. Unlike my recent cards, this one is done without a lot of colour. Have a look, and let me know what you think.


View of the Water

I’ve seen a lot of other demonstrators do these types of scenes in muted colours, so I thought I’d try my hand!


On a 3 3/4″ x 5″ panel of Whisper White cardstock, repeatedly stamp the mountain image. Use Memento Black ink for the foreground, and Basic Gray ink for the background mountains. After establishing your ground line, stamp the water, first in Soft Sky ink, then add the shading in Marina Mist ink.

Next, add the trees to your mountains, stamping in Memento Black ink. Without adding more ink, stamp the tree reflections into the water.

For the sky, use a combination of the water stamps to create a ‘cloudy’ look by stamping in both Soft Sky and Smoky Slate ink.  Stamp the birds, from the High Tide stamp set, in Basic Gray ink.


The stamped image panel is layered onto a 4″ x 5 1/4″ panel of Soft Sky cardstock. Next wrap a length of the 3/8″ Shimmer Ribbon in Pool Party around the bottom, then tie a knot in the middle.  Now layer these panels onto a card base of Marina Mist cardstock, with Stampin’ Dimensionals.



The Waterfront stamp set is so easy to create with; being a photopolymer set, there’s no issues with lining up the images to stamp. I highly recommend this stamp set for anyone who likes to create a scene – but not the middle of the store, tantrum kinda scene! Click on the product images below to shop in my online store, 24/7.


Delightful Daisy for Sketch Challenge

Welcome, stamping friend! For this week, I’m using Delightful Daisy for the Sketch Challenge with the Paper Craft Crew. I’ll be honest; when I first saw this sketch challenge, I wasn’t sure how I was going to manage it. Then, after a few minutes perusing my stamp set with coordinating punches and/or dies – Delightful Daisy to the rescue!


Delightful Daisy for Sketch Challenge

I was a little worried about fitting all the elements into my card – but I think I did it!


Delightful Daisy for Sketch Challenge

I just realized that I left off the bow from the top of the tag shape 🙁  Oh well! It still looks okay, right? Call it ‘creative license’! And you get to use your creative license, as well.  As long as you stay with the basic sketch outline, you can change the focal shapes, flip the sketch sideways or upside down – and of course the colours and stamp sets are up to you!


Once I decided to use the Daisy Punch, I turned my attention to colours. Of course, a daisy flower calls for spring colours, so I went to the Delightful Daisy Designer Series PaperGreat news – you can purchase the Daisy Delight Bundle, which includes the Daisy Delight stamp set with the Daisy Punch for only $40 – a 10% savings!! But hurry – because the special Bundle won’t carry over after May 31st!

I pulled the colours from the DSP, deciding on Wisteria Wonder and Calypso Coral. I know; technically, Wisteria Wonder ISN’T on the list of colours – but the watercoloured Night of Navy on the paper looks very much like Wisteria Wonder – so I’m going with it! 🙂

First, assemble the pieces needed for this card. Stamp 3 daisy flowers from the Daisy Delight stamp set, onto Whisper White cardstock in Wisteria Wonder ink. Use a Sponge Dauber to add Wisteria Wonder ink to the middle of the flowers. Stamp the middle of each flower first with So Saffron, then the texture in Crushed Curry ink. Next, punch out the 3 flowers, using the Daisy Punch. Layer each flower, slightly offsetting the petals, with a Stampin’ Dimensional between each layer. I used a retired small flower punch to punch 2 flowers from the Delightful Daisy DSP; you can use any small flower punch or die set that you happen to have. Layer the 2 small flowers as you did with the daisies, then place a  Glitter Enamel Dot in the middle of the flower.


There are several different panels for this card front. First, cut a 4″ x 5 1/4″ panel of Wisteria Wonder cardstock. Then, layer it with a 3 3/4″ x 5″ panel of Whisper White cardstock. Cover the bottom portion with a 3 3/4″ x 2 1/4″ panel of Delightful Daisy DSP, using the Calypso Coral colour panel. Attach these to a card base of Calypso Coral cardstock.

Next, cut a banner shape 1 1/2″ x 4″ from the floral pattern of Delightful Daisy DSP. Create the banner tails with the Banner Triple Punch, then attach it with Multipurpose Liquid Glue. The last piece to create is the tag shape, which is easy to do by cutting the top corners off of a  2 1/2″ x 3 1/4″ piece of Wisteria Wonder cardstock. This piece is embossed with the Big Shot and the new Basket Weave Dynamic Texture Impressions Embossing Folder.  This embossing folder is part of the exclusive Sale-A-BrationBlossoming Basket Bundle‘,that you can earn for free with a qualifying purchase.

After attaching this last piece with Dimensionals, now attach the flowers, also with Dimensionals. The last thing to do is stamp the sentiment, from the Blossoming Basket stamp set, in Calypso Coral ink onto Whisper White cardstock. Use your Paper Snips to create the banner tails on each end, then attach it to the bottom of the basket weave piece.

Delightful Daisy for Sketch Challenge

To finish off the front, add some Rhinestone Basic Jewels to the front. Stamp some of the small daisy flowers from the Delightful Daisy stamp set onto the inside panel of Whisper White cardstock.


I can’t wait to see your project! Check out what the rest of the Design Team have created, on the Paper Craft Crew challenge page. That’s where you’ll also find the link, for you to add your card to the challenge.


If you don’t already have a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, I’d be pleased if you would order from me! Click on the product images below to shop in my online store. Now is a great time to shop, while Sale-A-Bration is still going on, and you can earn FREE products!


Walk With Me

Walk with me. I’m back again today with another card created using the Cozy Cottage stamp set, but today – there’s no cottage in sight! I really like that this stamp set has other images that you can use as focal points, such as the brick wall and gate, that I used.


Walk With Me

In yesterday’s post, I mentioned about the sunshine we’ve had, and the beautiful mountain and water scenery we enjoy here. So again, I’m staying with the ‘mountain’ theme; or perhaps this little path winds it way down to the water? What do you think?


Use Memento Tuxedo Black ink to stamp the image onto Whisper White cardstock. Next, ink up just the brick path portion on cottage image stamp, and stamp it above the gate. This gives the illusion of the path continuing from one side to the other. Perhaps from the tame, to the wild? I am being wistful, as I’m typing this late at night! I’m going to blame it on losing an hour’s sleep, having to ‘spring forward’.

Use the Smoky Slate Combo Pack of Blends Markers to colour the bricks, and the stones in the path. The Dark Smoky Slate is used to add the shading and depth to the bricks. For the gate, use the Crumb Cake Combo Pack of Blends, and the Light Crumb Cake Blends for the path.

Next, stamp the sentiment onto a piece of Whisper White in Garden Green ink. This sentiment is what prompted the card design; I do love walks with friends, and really wanted to use the sentiment.


Use the Big Shot and the Bunch of Banners Framelits to die cut the sentiment. After cutting, sponge the edges with a Sponge Dauber and the Garden Green ink pad. The stamped image and background are die cut with the Layering Ovals Framelits; the background is from the Wood Textures Designer Series Paper.

Cut a 2″ x 4″ banner from the retired Painted Autumn Designer Series Paper. Create the banner tails on one end with the Banner Triple Punch. Attach the banner to the middle of a panel of Coffee Break Designer Series Paper – green stripes pattern.

Now you can layer the stamped image and the sentiment onto the panel using Stampin’ Dimensionals. Finally attach the panel to a Garden Green cardstock base.

Walk With Me


The Cozy Cottage stamp set is a Host set, meaning you can only add it to a qualifying order of $200 or more. But you can purchase all the other supplies – just click on the product images below. I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing my scenery posts these last 2 days; I’ll have another one coming up on Thursday! In the meantime, be sure to come back tomorrow, for my Design Team card for the newest Paper Craft Crew challenge.


Beautiful Scenery

We had a wonderful weekend here, filled with sunshine! Don’t worry; I’m not getting too smug – I know that more rain is on it’s way. That’s just life here on the ‘wet’ coast! Well, we need all that rain to stay beautifully green, here. Speaking of beautiful scenery – this wonderful weather put me in the mood to create some of my own, using the Cozy Cottage stamp set.


Being surrounded here by both mountains, and water, I’m torn between which I prefer. I think it has to be the water, though I do love the quiet nature of the mountains. This card creates a peaceful scene, of a little cottage nestled at the base of a mountain.

Beautiful Scenery

The Stampin’ Blends markers make it easy to colour in the beautiful scene.


First, stamp the cottage onto Whisper White cardstock in Memento Tuxedo Black ink. This will ensure the ink won’t bleed into the markers, which will  happen if you use our regular Classic ink. Colour the grass, trees and shrubs using the Old Olive Combo Pack. Use the Dark marker to add the shading. Use the Crumb Cake Combo Pack Blends to colour the cottage roof and sides. Again, it’s the Dark marker that adds the shading and darker trim. The brickwork and path are coloured in gray with the Smoky Slate Combo Pack; add in a bit of Light Crumb Cake for some ‘dirt’ around the rocks in the path.

For the mountain, first use the Light Smoky Slate for shading along the top, then blend in and colour the rest with the Light Crumb Cake Blends. Use the Daffodil Delights Blends to colour in the windows.

Next, stamp the sentiment onto a strip of Whisper White cardstock in Soft Suede ink. Use the Banner Triple Punch to create the tails on each end.


Die cut the image with the Big Shot and the Layering Ovals Framelits. Next, die cut a frame with the next biggest oval, from the Wood Textures Designer Series Paper. Attach the 2 pieces onto a panel of Soft Sky cardstock. Wind a length of Linen Thread around the left side of the panels, taping it in place with Tear & Tape in the back. Now attach the sentiment with Stampin’ Dimensionals underneath the image.

Now you’re ready to layer the front panel onto your Crumb Cake cardstock card base.

Beautiful Scenery

This card reminds me of a cross stitched image you might see in someone’s grandma’s house 🙂  I also think it would make a lovely card for someone who has had a difficult time, or perhaps a sympathy card.


Remember that Sale-A-Bration  is coming to an end in 3 weeks, so now is the time to get your supplies, and earn free products! This Cozy Cottage stamp set is a Host set, which means it can only be purchased when your order is $200 or more. Although I know it will retire at the end of May, when the Occasions catalogue ends, I’ll be keeping and using it for a lot longer! It is one of my favourites.

To purchase the other supplies used on this card, click on the product images below. You can shop in my online store 24/7, whenever it’s convenient for you. Thanks for spending some time with me today, and for any order you place with me! Every bit helps keep me stamping, and sharing 🙂


Tranquil Tulips

Hello again, stamping friend! I’m back again to day to share this quick card, using the Tranquil Tulips Host Set. This is a beautiful stamp set, with a total of 22 photopolymer stamps. And at the Host price of only $13 (valued at $22) it’s a great deal, too!


Tranquil Tulips

Our area is getting ready to enjoy some long-awaited sunshine this weekend, and the Crocus flowers peeking out inspired this card.


The Tranquil Tulips is a 2-step stamp set, which means you can create depth and shadows just using ink. I have to admit though – I don’t remember the combination of purples that I used on each flower; just that I had fun!

First, stamp the stems and leaves in Pear Pizzazz ink onto the Whisper White cardstock panel. This makes it easier to place your flowers. The purples I used for the flowers are Elegant Eggplant, Wisteria Wonder and Fresh Fig. The stamps being photopolymer makes it easy to line up your 2 step stamping very easily! The sentiment is from the Daisy Delight stamp set, in Elegant Eggplant ink.

To create the unique ends on the sentiment banner, I slid the cardstock into the end of the retired label punches. Then I layered the sentiment over a piece of Pear Pizzazz cardstock with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

After attaching the stamped panel onto a panel of Pear Pizzazz cardstock with Dimensionals, I wrapped a length of 1/2″ Finely Woven Ribbon in Fresh Fig around both layers. To keep it attached, use a bit of Tear & Tape on the back of the panels. Next, attach the sentiment on top of the ribbon, with Dimensionals.

Finally, the card is finished off with Pearl Basic Jewels, and attached to the card base of Elegant Eggplant cardstock.


You can make this quick and easy card, too! To purchase the Tranquil Tulips Host Set, you must place a qualifying order of $200 or more. The great part of doing that right now, is that you’ll also qualify for either 2-Level 1 Sale-A-Bration products, or 1-Level 2 product!

To order the products I used, click on the product images below. You can shop in my  online store 24/7. Now is also a great time to stock up on your basics, such as adhesives, cardstock and envelopes. And don’t forget about the Retiring 2016-2018 In Colours; Dapper Denim, Emerald Envy, Flirty Flamingo, Peekaboo Peach and Sweet Sugarplum.  PLEASE don’t wait for the Retiring List to come out in April, before stocking up on your ink pads, reinkers and cardstock in these colours! Everyone knows they’re retiring, and they’ll be gone before the 1st day is over.


Best Bundle Ever.

I  know I’ve told you about this before, but I think it bears repeating. For as many times as you’ll let me say it! The Best Bundle Ever that you can order from Stampin’ Up! is the Starter Kit!


So, you want to know why I think the Starter Kit is the best bundle ever? Here’s a few reasons:

  • It’s only $135 for $165 in products
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  • You get a minimum of 20% discount on all of your future product orders, for at least the next 4 months.
  • You’ve got 4 months to decide if you want to remain as a demonstrator.
  • You get to be part of my fun, amazing team of hobby and business demonstrators 🙂
  • You get to enjoy your Starter Kit, worry free, with no penalty if you decide to not continue.

Can it get much better? Well – how about you are immediately a part of a huge, worldwide family of like-minded people, men and women. I’ve made so many new friends in my past 6+ years as a demonstrator. Not just the amazing customers, but the demonstrators I’ve connected with in our online community, and at live Stampin’ Up! events.


Join before March 31st, and you’ll also get to choose an additional 2 stamp sets, any value – completely FREE! That a potential extra $130 value, depending on which sets you choose!

Best Bundle Ever


Sale-A-Bration ends on March 31st, which is when the offer of the extra 2 free stamp sets ends, as well.  Any time is a good time to join, but there are ‘better’ times – with special incentives like this! I’d hate for you to miss out. To miss out on the freebies, the discount, the fun and the friendships.

If you have any questions – I’m here to answer them! You can also look online HERE for information, if you’d prefer.

If you already know that this amazing opportunity is for you – JOIN HERE!  I can’t wait to introduce you around!

Best Bundle Ever

Thinking of You – Part 2

Welcome to my Thinking of You – Part 2! Yesterday, I shared the first 2 cards we had made in my recent Thinking of You card class. If you missed that post, you can CLICK HERE to read it – it will open in a new window for you.

Today, I’m here to share the last 2 cards we created. I also mentioned yesterday that if you weren’t able to attend the class, but would like to make the cards – I can arrange that! Simply contact me at debsmart@shaw.ca, tell me whether you want the full kit plus instructions, or just the instructions, and I’ll send you an e-transfer invoice. Then your kit will be on it’s way!


Keeping with the thinking of you theme, this is a lovely thank you card.

Thinking of You - Part 2

This lovely card uses the Sale-A-Bration set called Heartfelt Blooms. You can’t purchase this set – but you can get it for FREE! With your qualifying purchase of only $60, this is one of the products that you can select for free during Sale-A-Bration. But be quick – SAB ends on March 31st!!

The colours used in this card are Tranquil  Tide and Berry Burst.  My apologies for the quality of the photo – we’ve had some very gray days here, and it’s been difficult, even with artificial lighting, to get good pictures! (and I’m not a whiz when it comes to adjusting them in my photo suite!)


Thinking of You - Part 2

If you thought you had everything you wanted from the Sale-A-Bration freebies – think again! This gorgeous Blossoming Basket Bundle includes the Blossoming Basket stamp set and the Basket Weave Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. You can get this Bundle for FREE with a qualifying $120 purchase! If you miss out before the end of SAB, the good news is that the Basket Weave DTIEF is carrying over to the new Annual catalogue in June, so you will be able to purchase it then!

The colours used in this card are Soft Suede, Rich Razzleberry, Pink Pirouette and Whisper White. The basket, tag and flowers were coloured using the Stampin’ Blends Markers in Light & Dark Crumb Cake, Dark Pink Pirouette and Light Rich Razzleberry, and Light & Dark  Old Olive.

Thinking of You - Part 2

The picture above is a close up of the stamp, so you can see the colouring. See that gorgeous foil designer paper in the background? It’s also new for Sale-A-Bration; it’s called Springtime Foils Specialty Designer Series Paper. There are 12 sheets; 3 each of 4 single-sided designs in Rose Gold Foil, Gold Foil and Silver Foil. IT. IS. GORGEOUS!!

To see all of the available Sale-A-Bration products at each qualifying level, click on the buttons below.

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You can get a full project kit for the 2 cards shown today, plus the 2 cards in yesterday’s post, plus the written instructions, all for only $20! If you want just the written instructions, that’s only $9, and emailed directly to your inbox. Simply contact me by email at debsmart@shaw.ca, detailing what you’d like, your email address and mailing address. I’ll send you a payment request, and we’ll be in business! I am working on automating these requests, but until I get that figured out without any bugs, email is the quickest way!


Get the supplies I used for these cards by clicking on the product images below. Remember – the stamp sets, the Springtime Foils DSP and the Basket Weave EF are only available FREE with qualifying purchases! But you can order in my online store any time, and once your order reaches the qualifying amount, you’ll be notified on the order page to add your freebies! If you’d prefer to have me place your order, I’m always happy to do that 🙂


Thinking of You - Part 2

Revisit Some Old Favourites

Hello stamping friend! Today I’m sharing a card I created for the Paper Craft Crew Design Team. This week is a sketch challenge, and thought I’d revisit some old favourites!


Revisit Some Old Favourites

I think this sketch leaves a lot open for your creativity – lets see what you come up with!


Revisit Some Old Favourites

The sentiment is from the Jar of Love stamp set, which I’ve had since it first came out. I also have the Everyday Jar Framelits, which coordinate with the stamp set. At first, I tried really hard to make this sketch work, using one of the jars from the set – but I just couldn’t get it! Finally, I decided that if I had to try that hard, it just wasn’t meant to be. So, I used the sentiment, and combined some new and old favourites, to put together this card.


First, stamp the sentiment from the Jar of Love set in Berry Burst ink onto Whisper White cardstock. Die cut it with the Big Shot and Stitched Shapes Framelits. To create the Old Olive cardstock label behind it, I used my retired Tags & Labels Framelits. You could also use the newer Lots of Labels Framelits.

For the leaves, use the Leaf Punch with Pear Pizzazz cardstock to punch 2 sets of leaves. Sponge the edges with a Sponge Dauber and Old Olive ink. Next, use the retired Bird Builder Punch for the smaller leaves; again sponge the edges. Alternatively, you could use the Bouquet Bunch Framelits, or any other of the many framelits that have leaves.

To create the scallop piece, I used the Big Shot with Berry Burst cardstock and the retired Striped Scallop Thinlit Die. Again, there’s lots of options to substitute, if you don’t have this die.


Attach a strip of Picture Perfect Party Designer Series Paper on top of the Berry Burst scallop. I used Tear & Tape, for an easy hold with no mess.  Next, lay a length of Tear & Tape down the middle of the Perfect Party DSP, then add a strip of Berry Burst 3/8″ Metallic Edge Ribbon on top of the tape.  Gather the ribbon on the left hand side; use the Mini Glue Dots to hold the gathers in place, if needed. Attach this strip to the middle of the Whisper White cardstock panel.

Now layer the sentiment oval on top of the Old Olive label, with Stampin’ Dimensionals. Next, layer the sentiment on top of the strip of DSP, again with Dimensionals. Tuck the punched leaves in behind the sentiment, attaching them with some Multipurpose Liquid Glue.

For the final touch, add some Glitter Enamel Dots on the front of the card. Now you can add your front panel to a panel of Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper, then onto a card base of Old Olive cardstock.

Revisit Some Old Favourites


We’d love to have you join in this challenge! See what you create is the highlight for us on the Design Team 🙂 First, go to the Paper Craft Crew challenge page to see what the rest of the Team have created. Grab the link from there, and once your card is finished, link it up!  I had fun using some of my ‘older’ stamp sets and tools for this challenge – maybe you’ll find some favourites of your own, to use!


To order the supplies I used to create my card, click on the product images below. You can also click on my signature, to browse around my online store, and order whatever you need. I appreciate any and all purchases, which help me keep creating.

Thinking of You Card Class

Hello stamper! This past Friday, I held a Thinking of You card class with some lovely ladies! This group know each other well, so the dynamic is always fun! Lots of friendly kidding going on, and our new motto is ‘what happens in stamp class, stays in stamp class!’.  So no telling tales outside of class as to who stamped upside down, or attached the inside panel to the wrong side…. *wink*!

To see pictures of the group at work, CLICK HERE to go to my business Facebook page – be sure to ‘Like’ my page, to be kept up to date online!

There were a few people who couldn’t attend, so have elected to order the card kit and written directions from me. Did you know that you can do that?! Yes! If you’re not able to attend the class, you can still pay for it, and I will send you the written instructions for completing each card, along with the supplies (minus adhesives) to put the cards together!


So because some people are paying for the detailed instructions, I’m just going to share the card pictures, and the names of the sets we used to complete them.  With the theme being ‘thinking of you’, we made a thank you card, a get well card, and 2 cards that could be used for sympathy, or just thinking of you.


Thinking of You Card Class

This card uses the classic Thoughts and Prayers stamp set to create the background, and the retired Wetlands stamp set for the sentiment. The colours are Dapper Denim and Tranquil Tide.

Thinking of You Card Class

The layering of the cardstock, ribbon and Designer Series Paper make it an elegant card.


Thinking of You Card Class

This card has a nice tranquil scene, created using the Waterfront stamp set. The sentiments are from the Sorry for Everything stamp set – with 10 different sentiment stamps, you can find a suitable saying for any thinking of you or sympathy card!

Thinking of You Card Class

Although I created this card for a ‘get well’, it could also be used for Father’s Day, birthday, or just about any occasion! Just change up the sentiment, and it’s like a completely different card! The colours used for this card are Crumb Cake, Garden Green, Marina Mist, Dapper Denim and Early Espresso.


I’m still working on automating the process, but for now, if you’d like to order this card kit and instructions for only $20 plus mailing costs,(for all 4 cards – these 2, plus the next 2 shown in tomorrow’s post) please email me at debsmart@shaw.ca  If you’d like just the instructions, I can do that, too! Again, email me with your information, and I’ll send you an e-transfer request for $8 for the instructions only.


To order the supplies used in these cards, click on the product images below. You’ll be taken to my online store, where you can order any time of day or night.

Be sure to visit tomorrow, as I’ll be sharing the other 2 cards from this class.  In the meantime – happy stamping!