Saturday, March 6, 2010


Today I went to a stamp a stack class that my Stampin Up demonstrator was doing. It was fun to just make some cute cards with other people who love crafting too. We made 8 cards (2 each of 4 styles). Thought I'd share with everyone.

This is my fave of all of them. Made using the Greenhouse Garden. This was my first set that I bought from Stampin Up and I just love it. So Springy.

Next set was using the new Butterfly embosslits die. It cuts and embosses at once which is so much easier than having to line it up a second time and run it through again. Plus, who doesn't love butterflies?
The next set is using the "in-colors". These are the only colors I don't personally own since they change each year. We used a cute embossing folder on the middle area. For some reason, I never remember to use my embossing folders at home. I have tons but just don't think about them. That's why I love going to these types of classes, it reminds me what I have and maybe eventually it will catch on and I'll use them more.
And finally, the last set was more of a simple, masculine set. I'm never good at making cards that aren't too girly and pink. These are simple enough that I can give them to my husband. We used a different embossing folder on the black paper to give it the dotted look. I love the clean, modern look to these. Another type that I would not do normally so it was fun to do something different. 

So there's how I spent my night. If anyone in the AZ area wants to join in, let me know. We do a monthly stamp club and there's usually at least 1 other class each month. I have fun with it and I end up getting a good selection of different types of cards to have on hand.

I'll have another post up on Sunday or Monday so check back then. :)


  1. your cards are so cute! I love the emergency bridal kit too. I found your blog from canadian nickel scrapn.

  2. Gorgeous cards!

    That Canadian Nickel scrapper girl really gets around. That's how I found you, too...heehee.

  3. Thanks for stopping by ladies! I'll have to thanks the Canadian Nickel for sending you over. Check back in a day or 2 for a mini album and altered photo cube. :)


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