Today I’m sharing a St. Patrick’s Day card using the Shamrock Fold-it and Shamrock4Us die set from The Stamps of Life. I incorporated both sets of dies on this card.
The large shamrock is from the Shamrock Fold-it die set. This die set will make a card shaped like a shamrock, but I used it here on the front of a card. This set includes a die which makes the fun dot pattern for the shamrock. You also have the option of not using the dots by simply die cutting pattern paper or cardstock for the front of the shamrock. The smaller shamrocks are from the Shamrock4Us die set. You can see how they layer nicely together.
To see how I made this card, watch my tutorial here.
Hello! Today I’m sharing two cards I made using the Sports2Stamp set from The Stamps of Life. This stamp set is perfect for those sports fans in your life. It has stamps for several sports including baseball, soccer, football, and basketball.
For my first card, I used the KennyDoll1 stamp set, the soccer ball from the sports2stamp stamp set, and the cleats from the matching dies and created a soccer scene on my card.
For my second card, I used the baseball stamps and made them the focal point on top of a dotted star die cut on the front of the card.
To see how I made these cards, watch my tutorial here:
Hello! Today I’m sharing a fun Valentine’s Day treat box tutorial using the Brach’s Tiny Conversation Hearts boxes. All you will need for this project are the Brach’s Tiny Conversation Heart boxes, pattern paper, and any dies and stamps in your stash. No dies are needed to the make the actual box.
To see how I made these boxes, watch my tutorial here:
Hello! Today I’m sharing a fun Valentine’s Day Tic Tac Toe card. This card was made using the TicTacToe2Play set from The Stamps of Life. Of course, I had to attach a pack of cherry flavored Tic Tacs to the front of the card. On the back of the card, I used the Dotted Heart dies to add some hearts as well as the Tags2Stamp set to add the To/From stamps. This card measures 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″, however, it doesn’t fold or open. It is a flat card, just like a typical child’s Valentine’s Day card that has only a front and back. Scroll down and you’ll find a complete tutorial with a different variation to the card.
To see how I made this card, and some other variations of it, watch my tutorial here:
Today on my blog I’m sharing a card that I made using the February club set from The Stamps of Life, Dragonflies2Stamp. I also used the add-on set, MoreDragonFlies2Stamp, as this stamp set has stamps that you can use to color-in the dragonfly’s wings using your ink pad.
To see how I made this card, watch my tutorial here:
Today on my blog I’m sharing a card I made using the 5 x 7 Flower Fold-it from The Stamps of Life. This die set makes a 5 x 7 card shaped like a flower. You can use it as a stand alone card, on the front of a card, or even on a scrapbook page.
To see how I made this card, watch my tutorial here:
There is a brand new kit over at the The Stamps of Life which is called “Trendy Twig.” There are so many fun products in this kit including the brand new ink color — Twig! The kit includes a full size Twig ink pad with refill, pattern paper pad, five petal stencil, ephemera, felt bows, epxoy dots, flourish stamps/dies, and two ribbon. Let me just say that there is SO MUCH ephemera in this kit! Not only do you have a separate pack of ephemera filled with die cuts such as turtles, picnic baskets, llamas, wreaths, flowers, and birdhouses, but the paper pad also has several sheets of ephemera that can be die cut or fussy cut for even more ephemera to include on your cards!
There are several corresponding stamp and die sets that go along with this kit which include the following:
While you definitely do not need the above sets for this kit, I used some of the sentiments on the corresponding stamps for my cards. In addition, if you want to die cut the ephemera in the paper pad, you can use the matching dies. However, if you don’t have the matching dies, you can fussy cut the ephemera from the paper pad.
A2 Card Base – Powdered Sugar Cardstock – 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″
Gingersnap Cardstock – 5 3/8″ x 4 1/8″
Pink and White Polka Dot Pattern Paper – 5 1/4″ x 4″
Brown Flower Pattern Paper – 5 1/4″ x 1″
Scallop Border Die – cut two from Powdered Sugar cardstock (This was a die from a previous Stamps of Life card kit.)
Approx 4 1/4″ Circle Die (Powdered Sugar cardstock) Llama2Stamp (sentiment on front) Garden2Stamp (sentiment on inside)
Inside of card – 3/4″ x 5 1/2″ strip of pattern paper The Stamps of Life Cardstock – Powdered Sugar, Gingersnap Arteza Foam Mounting Tape Art Glitter Glue
Hello! Today I’m sharing another Valentine’s Day treat box. Today, it’s a Valentine’s Day milk carton treat box which I decorated like a mailbox. You can decorate this milk carton any way you wish and put treats inside to give for Valentine’s Day. This milk carton can be used for any occasion, simply decorate it in any theme of your choosing. The scallop milk carton die set from The Stamps of Life was used to make this fun treat box. Scroll down and you’ll find a complete tutorial and list of supplies.
To see how I made this milk carton treat box, watch my tutorial here:
Hello. Today I’m sharing a Valentine’s Day lollipop holder. I created the lollipop holders using the Lattice Gift Card Holder die set from The Stamps of Life. This die set makes a holder for a gift card, but I modified it slightly so that it will hold a lollipop. The lollipops I used are the Jolly Rancher lollipops. You can decorate them with any of your stamps and dies. A complete tutorial is on my YouTube channel.
To see how I made these lollipop holders, watch my YouTube video here: