Well, today is my final day as Guest Designer for the month of January. It has been such a wonderful experience and I want to extend a big thank you to Ann for giving me a chance to showcase her awesome products!! Check out her site @StampAnnieThing.com and look at the Under The Sea Themed Bundle to find products to make this fun and colorful card!
If you are interested in the box card measurements, please contact me. It is easy to do without a die. When folded, it is the size of an A2 card. Thanks for looking!
Here is a card I made last year featuring Tombow water-based markers and Art Impression stamps.
Today is my day to post on the Stamp Anniething site. It has been such a fun experience thus far and so blessed to have been able to connect with this great company and all of the Design Team members.
With the exception of the FSJ card stock and Punches to create a feature for the Arigato sentiment, this card is all created with the amazing Stamp Anniething products.
Eloise – Arigato is such a fun stamp to play with. Did you know that ARIGATO means “Thank You”? What a fun way to send thanks to someone who made your day or for just being your friend!
Sashiko Abstract stencil used with her ink blending brushes. Check them out, as they are the perfect size for blending and have this great little cap to keep on them when not using. Used some of her mini ink cubes, too!
Abstract Dotted Flowers border stamp was used to accent my sentiment circle.
Twig Frame Builder dies were used to create a faux cherry blossom in the background. I cut with mirror card.
The stamp is Eloise-Arigato. She is colored using watercolors on cold press paper. It has a lot of tooth, so you don’t get a smooth blend like you would with Copics. Tried something different and I loved the results. Hope you do, too!
Welcome to Day 2 of January 2020 Stamp Anniething’s Release! Candace was a lot of fun!!! I had so many ideas for her. I pulled out my collection of SAT stamps and tried to pair them up with her to get good use of my stash. I made the lemonade stand into a kissing booth, just in time for Valentine’s Day! Hope you like the projects I came up with. Ann’s designs are not only good for use on cards, in planners and scrapbook pages, but have you ever thought of using them to decorate your baked goods or treat bags for school or work?? Using the stamps for decoration and table scapes can really tie your party themes together. Give it a try!! Tag me in your creations!!
Have a great day and come back tomorrow for Day 3 of this month’s Sneak Peeks!!!
Can you believe a new year has begun! 2019 went out with a bang (and so very quickly!) – but we are ready to go full steam ahead with 2020! Kicking off this new year is our January Release – themed towards love and Valentines Day!
Kicking off today is new image stamp Mitchell!
and we are introducing our new PAPER line!
I am so honored to be a Guest Designer for Stamp Anniething’s January 2020 Release.
Today, my project features newest little heartbreaker, Mitchell. I used Red, black and white cardstock and some coordinating patterened paper. Unfortunately, I did not have access to Stamp Anniething’s new 6×6 patterened paper, also released this month, when putting my project together, but suggest you check Ann’s paper out. It is absolutely gorgeous!! This card was colored with Copic markers and I also used some of their twine from a prior Grab-n-Go box. To ground Mitchell, I created a floor with one of the scalloped border edge dies in this release. The project was put together with my favorite glue tubes available on the Stamp Anniething website. Please comment below your favorite Valentine color combos on cards and don’t forget to check back tomorrow for Day #2 of January 2020 Release’s Sneak Peeks.