May and June are two of the biggest wedding months of the year. In my family, it is May. My parents married on May 20, and both of my brothers married in May. Don and Helen on May 14. John and Carol on May 24. Happy Wedding day to them and all the brides and grooms out there!
You might not be able to tell from the catalog but the Adventure Awaits stamp set has some very large, impressive greetings which makes card making very easy. The card I am featuring today came together very easily with the large greeting as the focal point. It can be changed up with different colors and different background papers. The set includes four greetings, but this one is especially meaningful to me. Life may not be easy, but each change will get your farther and farther in life.
A great color combination, easy layout, and a fun stamp set that comes with it's own punch! Cards don't get any cuter or faster than this one! I designed this one with a tween in mind, but change up the colors, the pretty paper, and you have a card for the guys or gals on your list!
This card is full of texture and can be made for many occasions, Birthday, Thinking of You, Get Well, Congratulations...just change up the greeting! I am going to be really sad to see this group of In Colors leave this year. I love every one of the colors, Baked Brown Sugar, Coastal Cabana, Crisp Cantaloupe, Pistachio Pudding, and Strawberry Slush. I recommend that you get your supplies of these colors NOW before the retirement list is announced on April 21. Be sure you stock up on cardstock, reinkers, and other supplies, they will go fast!
A card that is perfect to brighten someone's day, whether for a new home, an anniversary, or even a wedding. There is still time to get the Sale- A-Bration set You Brighten My Day, but make sure you have the What's Up punch to make a quick cut of the house!
My stamping friend Allana provided this card as a swap at our team meeting in January. She used bits of ribbon in her shaker tube, which was very clever! I changed colors and changed up the greeting a little to make it a little easier as a make and take for my Birthday Card Bash. Wanted to share the instructions and some tips to make it super easy for you to make!
Sharing this bright and happy design from our recent Birthday Card Bash. I love how simple this card is to put together. If you take a color cue from the pretty paper you could create several of these in different colors to add to your stash and always have a card on hand when needed!