These cards were made by Elaine Daniels using the Ranunculus field stamp from Stampendous.
I’ve been stamping approximately 9 years and am always learning something new. Stamping is a wonderful world shared with many wonderful ladies.
I have been stamping for many years; my favorites still include Iris folding and sewing on my cards. I do love the new dies available and use them frequently. Although I continue to try new techniques, I always return to my favorites for many cards. I enjoy discovering new ways to use the same stamp, die, or technique. This certainly keeps the creative juices flowing and makes stamping and making cards continue to be interesting and fun. Hope you enjoy these samples of my latest. Carol Simonds
Note from web designer: These lovely cards are embellished with jewels, layers of paper and other details that the scanner simply does not pick up correctly. In particular, the pretty round St. Patrick’s Day card is much more beautiful in person.
Just a reminder that you may click on the image and it will enlarge!
Our guest artist this month is the DRS Designs Stamp Company. We’re featuring some of their funnier, sample cards.
These cards were made by the Old City Stamp Club members!
Hi! I’m Jan McIntire and this month I am showing some things I have made using the We R Memory Keepers ® Envelope Punch Board.
This has turned out to be so much fun and so versatile. Just think: you can make 66 different sized envelopes but don’t stop there. I made all these items using the Envelope Punch Board and there are many more ideas on the internet.
In fact, I have had so much fun, that I want to share with you. We will be having a workshop on Saturday, November 16, 10:30 – 3:30 just for playing with the envelope punch board. Check out the class schedule list for more details.
These cards were made by Claire Bishop using one sheet of patterned 12″ x 12″ card stock to decorate 15 cards. A copy of the cutting guide is available at Claire’s Collectibles.