This card was made for the Spot Challenge #137 Color Challenge using Real Red, Mossy Meadow and Pear Pizzazz. I chose to use the Stampin’ Up! In The Pines bundle for my card.
Stampin’ Up! Snowflake Wishes For a Merry Christmas Card by Lisa Jurich made for the Sunday Stamps Challenge SSC244 In the Middle challenge.
I think the stamp set Don’t Stop Believin’ is so cute. I really like the Santa stamp, it reminds me of the Christmas cards I got growing up. This card was made for The Paper Players PP517 A Clean-and-Simple Challenge from Ann.
No matter how large (or how small) the holiday, my late mother had a pinwheel to celebrate the occasion. In her memory, I created a fun & cute candy cane pinwheel using the Stampin’ Up! Sweetest Time stamp set and Sweetest Borders Dies.
I am in love with the Elf in the Don’t Stop Believin’ stamp set. I hade some retired All is Bright Designer Series Paper that I wanted to use with my Stampin’ Up! Don’t Stop Believing Elf. The card I came up with fit just right for the Paper Players Sketch Challenge PP514
My October 2020 Stampin’ Up! Paper Pumpkin arrived in the mail and I was excited to play with it. Once I saw The Spot Challenge #133 — a color challenge using Rich Razzleberry, Pumpkin Pie and Pretty Peacock — I thought why not try.
I am enjoying the October 2020 Stampin’ Up! Paper Pumpkin. This Merry Christmas card was made with the pre-stamped die cut wreath.
I needed a card for a friend who fell and broke her hip. She loves flowers and birds so when I got my Quite Curvy bundle I knew I had to use this variety bundle to make her a card.
This card features a clean and simple (CAS) design using the Gather Together stamp set.
It is that time of year that we give thanks and it is fitting as the theme for this month’s Inkin’ Krew Team blog hop, led by Amy Koenders, is Giving Thanks. My card features the Stampin’ Up! Autumn Goodness stamp set.