Need handmade Valentine card ideas? See how I made both of these Valentine cards using only a heart punch, alphabet stamps, and leftover paper scraps. You can use these tips for ANY type of card just by changing the punch!
Need a quick card for Valentine’s Day? These 2 cards with matching envelopes can easily be made using 2 decorative sheets of paper, heart stickers, and 1 sheet each of red and white paper.
If you’re looking for a small Halloween gift or giveaway for a Halloween party, these Halloween gift bags are ideal. They’re simple to make, and can be personalized any way you like.
There’s a new form of stamping on the rise. It’s called digital stamps or digi stamps! Here’s everything you need to get started with digital stamps, including what digital stamps are, where to find them, and how to make your own.
Is there a new baby in your life? Whether the baby boy or baby girl is a neighbor’s, friend’s, or relative’s, there’s nothing better than making your own handmade baby card to welcome the new bundle of joy. Here’s how to use rubber stamps & cute paper to make your own baby greeting cards.
Following are the steps I used to make the spooky Halloween door hanger pictured above. But you could adapt this same idea to make any type of seasonal craft for any time of year.
Chances are you have several rubber stamp sets sitting around that either already served their purpose OR they have so much dust on them you can’t even read the title on the package. If so, then you’re a great candidate for hosting a stamp swap! Here’s how to organize a stamp swap.
So many colors, so little time! Following are all the reasons that I completely adore the Close To My Heart dye-based inks.
This card was for a colleague who is leaving for a new job. I have now been recruited to make a card for every event in my office! For this one, I used my Cricut machine and a Sharpie marker, in addition to colored papers.
Making scrapbook pages for Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite pastimes because there is so much you can do with a page about love, hearts, relationships, and memories. Here are my 10 best tips for making Valentines Day scrapbook pages.
Here are 7 fun things you can do with your rubber stamps to create gifts and decorations for Valentines Day.
Following are some fun ideas for New Year’s resolutions for those who do scrapbooking or rubber stamping. Perhaps they will be useful in helping you to start thinking about your own resolutions this year.
Here are some ideas of fun things you can do with Christmas stamps. Everything from make special gifts that are personalized to making your own wrapping paper and gift tags.
Ever wonder how you could make some money using your stamping and scrapbooking supplies? Here are 5 ways, plus a few more from other scrapbookers and rubber stampers.
Here are some ideas for using Halloween rubber stamps to spice up your Halloween holiday. There are lots of fun ways you can utilize your Halloween rubber stamps in craft products and holiday decorating themes.
Crafts like scrapbooking and card making are wonderful hobbies and a creative outlets for many, but they can become very expensive. The cost of embellishments alone can cramp your style, but here’s an idea for the do-it-yourselfer. Why not use all those fun papers, fabric scraps, and doo-dads to make your own embellishments?
You can use MSN or Yahoo groups to find other scrapbookers or stampers who may not be local for you, but if you want to actually get together with others you can try Meetup.com.
If you’re like me you have sheets of rub-ons that are half-full — in the same box as the half-used sheets of stickers. Now that Stampin’ Up has rub-ons that coordinate with their stamp sets, there is a new technique using the new product.
If you have any stamps with line images, you can create a page or card using the paper piecing technique. Images are typically colored with marker, watercolor pencils, chalk, etc., then cut out and arranged. Stampin’ Up has a great sample using the Happy Heart Day stamp set.
Using plain self-adhesive address labels that you can buy just about anywhere, you can create a mosaic look for cards and scrapbook pages.
The Christmas Holiday is over, and I missed out on getting handmade cards out to many of my friends and family. As a way to make up for that — at least in my mind I can make up for it — I can send out a handmade Thank You card for those who’s gifts meant so much to me.
Your kids can help with this card idea – using a snowflake punch, ‘make’ some snowflakes that they can glue to cards to create their own designs for giving to friends, teachers, or anyone else who is special in their life.
Stamping handmade cards is a great way to show your friends and family that you care very much for them. Another way to use your stamps — and other creative talents — is to dress up your packages and gift tags.
Here is a simple handmade Christmas card using a cheap and simple piece of patterned scrapbook paper.
I found a sheet of Halloween stickers and a sheet of Halloween rub-ons that would be half the price of one stamp, and leave me with more images then I could possibly use for one Halloween season.
This Birthday card should have been in the mail 5 days ago, so I needed to make a card that I could do quickly.
Easter is over and it’s now time to think about Mother’s Day cards. Fortunately, you don’t need a special stamp set for these cards. Mother’s Day cards can be made using any ‘pretty’ stamp or supplies.
My sister gave me this Penny Black Frog Birthday stamp and I finally got to use it. He is too cute!
I love making my own cards, but usually the occasion has passed before I remember it. So this year I’m going to have more cards made and ready to send. First up, is this Retro Birthday Card.
This past weekend my sisters and my mom had a Scrapping and Stamping Getaway Weekend. We all met at a hotel and spent all of our time working on our scrapbooks and Christmas cards.
The Christmas Stamp Camp was held this past weekend at Old Hickory First Baptist Church in Nashville, TN. There are two sessions, each having about 60 attendees. Everything you need to create the projects is ready for you, and you’ll leave with great new ideas. All projects were created using Stampin’ Up products.