Merry Christmas – Last in Through the Year Prints

Merry Christmas! This is the final print in the Through the Year Prints from Fun Stampers Journey. The Holly Jolly sentiment is from the Annual Celebrations stamp set also from Fun Stampers Journey. I loved both sides of this printed paper so decided to showcase both sides on the card front. You have the pine Read More

Merry Christmas from Our Family to Yours!

The Nativity Die set paired with the sentiment from the Bethlehem Journey stamp set paired together beautifully. The background piece was a left over piece from my House to Home Trios I created Live. I used the piece from the larger house and just cut it down to fit on the front of my card Read More

Adore Him by Glenda Calkins

The Adore Him stamp set and die set makes the perfect Christmas Eve card. Today all my kids (except Neil he is deployed to Bahrain) will be coming over for dinner and opening gifts. Today’s card was really quick and easy to create. I started with the color splash card stock and used the lovely Read More

A Little Glimmer with Most Wonderful Stamp Set

A little glimmer with the Most Wonderful stamp set from Fun stampers Journey. Yesterday I showed you the Most Wonderful stamp set sentiment on a card. Today’s card features some of the other stamps in that same stamp set. It’s always fun to see the different things you can create with one stamp set. I Read More

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year!

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year! This stamp set is called Most Wonderful from Fun Stampers Journey. I think you could use this stamp set for New Years as well. The background was created using the Buffalo Check stencil with Black Licorice ink on Candy Apple card stock. I embossed the sentiment over Read More

Snowy Winter Fun Scene with Stay Cozy

This snowy winter fun scene was created with the Stay Cozy stamp set from Fun Stampers Journey and the Hero Arts lacquer pen and white puff embossing powder. I love that puffy look of fluffy snow on the little cabins. The cabins and scenery were colored with the Wink of Stella pens; giving my snowy Read More