This was a project that I designed for my last stamp camp a couple of weeks ago using cardstock, circle paper punches and googly-eyes. Everyone made their own facial expression just changing the position of the “eye lids”. My mom even made hers into a “Bride of Frankenstein”.
See all the great projects you miss when you miss a stamp camp! You need to come and join us.
I made this lovely greeting card today using K and Company cardstock and rubber stamps from The Angel Company. I used a lace scallop punch for the decorative edge and mounted it on coordinating cardstock. Stamped the word “love” and tied a ribbon around the top. Simple. Try it today and give it to the one you love.
If you don’t have time to make it yourself, you can purchase this one. I’ve listed this card and several others in my Etsy store. Click on the picture above to see for yourself.
I made this card today using the stamp set The Renaissance* from the Angel Company. I stamped the rose image on vanilla cardstock and colored it in with Prismacolor colored pencils. (The absolute best colored pencils.) Then I cut it out, layered it on patterned cardstock from K and Company. I stamped the image once more, colored it and cut out just the rose blossom. I adhered it with Pop Dots over the original rose to give the card some added dimension.
It’s a lovely card that can be used for a variety of occasions… birthdays, thinking of you, thank you, just because.
*To purchase this set or any other great items from The Angel Company, click the link above to be directed to my secure TAC website.
Pemberley Bay Matchbook Kit
At Tuesday’s Valentine Stamp Camp I had a door prize drawing. Since the stamp camp was an open house style event I couldn’t draw the winner until everyone had participated. So I’m publishing it here for those who may have left before the drawing took place.
The door prize was a Pemberley Bay Matchbook Kit from The Angel Company. It is a beautiful kit that once assembled makes a sophisticated 4-1/2 x 7 inch mini scrapbook.
The winner of this beautiful kit was Daisy H.
If you’d like to purchase a matchbook kit, just click the link or picture above to be directed to my secure TAC website.
This week’s trivia question is…
What is the name of the paste that I recommend for all book binding and book decorating projects?
The 7th person to email the correct answer to firstname.lastname@example.org will receive a grab bag full of The Angel Company rubber stamps, several 4-1/4 x 5-1/2 inch paper or cardstock samples and a variety of embellishments. I will reveal the winner this Thrilling Thursday.