Wish Big

Stamps: en francais, bring on the cake
Paper: so saffron, not quite navy, pool party
Ink: so saffron, not quite navy
Embellishments: 3/8″ ruffled ribbon


Birthday, Boys, Card Making

Make A Monster

This card was made for a swap with other demonstrators. I absolutely adore the color combination and it was recently used on It’s such a striking combination.

Stampin’ Up! Stamp Sets: Make A Monster, Swirls & Curls Hostess
Cardstock: Whisper White, Lucky Limeade, Daffodil Delight, Island Indigo
Stampin’ Up! Ink: Basic Black
Embellishments: Whisper White 1/4” grosgrain ribbon, Square Lattice embossing folder

Birthday, Card Making

A Variation and an Improvement

Well, I did it. I tried to fix this card to make it a little better. I don’t know if I succeeded or not, you tell me! I don’t know if I should add a little more or not.

Stampin’ Up! Stamp Sets: Fox & Friends
Cardstock: Pink Pirouette, Sage Shadow
Stampin’ Up! Ink: Crumb Cake
Embellishments: faux nail-heads from Jo-Ann Fabrics, ribbon from American Crafts, stencil (unknown), and punches from Stampin’ Up!

With the leftover scraps from my nephew’s birthday card, I made this card. But I did use the Greetings, Earthling set over the Make a Monster. I think it’s a nice little change up.

I used some clear glue that is like Crystal Effects for the helmet. It looks like his helmet is actually glass. The patterned paper is from the Celebrations DSP and it is my favorite paper pack by far. Probably because Stampin’ Up! doesn’t have a huge arsenal of boy themed items but this is perfect.

Stampin’ Up! Stamp Sets: Greetings, Earthling and Family Phrases
Cardstock: Real Red, Pacific Point, and Bashful Blue
Embellishments: Clear 3-d glue like Crystal Effects
Patterned Paper: Celebrations DSP
Stampin’ Up! Ink: Pacific Point, Real Red, and Pear Pizzazz