Happy Stampers

Happy Sunday All!

Whew....What a busy week!  First I'd like to once again thank all of you for your sweet emails and comments.  Your prayers and kind words mean more to me than I can say.  Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Yesterday I invited my customers over for a Customer Appreciation Stamp Camp.  I demonstrated several techniques and tips for them and then they made two free projects to take home.  It was such a fabulous time.
I thought today I'd share a couple of Christmas card designs with you that demonstrate different techniques.  I know I'm trying to decide on a design for my own cards this year and I hope these inspire you.

If you have any questions, just leave me a comment and I'll see if I have an answer for you.  :-)

Here you go....  This first card was made using the Dryer Sheet technique....YEP!  A dryer sheet!

It is such an stunning effect when you see it in person.  Hopefully you can see the Dazzling Diamonds sparkling on the image.  I love this technique!

Next we have a card made by inking up the Northern Flurry Embossing Folder with Pacific Point ink and then running a piece of Whisper White card stock through in in the Big Shot.  The result is gorgeous white snowflakes on a beautiful blue background.  The ornaments were embossed using the Silver Embossing Powder and Versamark ink. 

I added a little "bling" to the snowflakes and it just makes them POP.

And the last one I have for you is SO easy.  I made these little Christmas trees using a few scraps of Designer Series Paper.  Just a couple of folds and....VOILA!  I love the effect of using the two layers of Very Vanilla.  It's so elegant.  That pop of color with the Cherry Cobbler ink and ribbon just make the package complete.

So there you have it......  Do you have an idea for your Christmas cards yet?  I love seeing your work so email me your photos!  You never know...you might see your card here on my blog...  :-)

Have a wonderfully relaxing day....and happy stamping!


  1. This is gorgeous!! How do you do the dryer sheet technique, please?
    Thank you! barb


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