Double Time and Triple Time Technique

The Double Time and Triple Time Techniques make super simple stamping cards.  These were the cards I demonstrated last night during my FaceBook and YouTube live class.  I used the Beautiful Friendship stamp set which is from the Annual Catalog so available to order. The video is down below in this post; if you missed Read More

Timeless Tropical Bundle with Tropical Oasis

Timeless Tropical Bundle with the Tropical Oasis Designer Series Paper makes me want to go on an island vacation.  How about you? This fun tropical card was one of the shoebox swaps I created at the Retreat in Texas.  This card was designed by my team mate Cindy Bristow.   She also gave a few of Read More

Creating Your Own Background Papers

Create your own background papers using the Painted Poppies stamp set.   Join me tonight LIVE on my Facebook page or my YouTube Channel “The Stamp Camp” at 7:30PM EST.  I’m going to be using my featured stamp set/bundles for February the Painted Poppies and Peaceful Moments to create fun backgrounds. The Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Read More

Peaceful Poppies One Sheet Wonder

Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper turned into a One Sheet Wonder of 6 cards.  This particular print from the Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper pack is the perfect sheet to create 6 cards quick and easily. Join me tonight at 7:30PM EST *New TIME* on my Facebook page or YouTube Channel “The Stamp Camp”.  I’m Read More

Tuesday’s Tip Corner Cutout & Tiny Pine Tree

Tuesday’s Tips & Techniques for today is the Corner Cutout Technique paired with the Pine Tree Punch from the Perfectly Plaid Bundle. I’m going to be LIVE on my Facebook page tonight at 8:00PM EST.  I will show you this technique plus how to create a smaller Pine Tree using the Pine Tree Punch. See Read More

Birds of a Feather Flock Together for Christmas!

This super cute flock of chick’s is part of the Birds of a Feather stamp set from Stampin’ Up!  I love the sentiment in this stamp set and I just had to create a little flock of chicks to go with the sentiment. How did I get them all in a row; you ask?  This Read More