Eastern Beauty Note Cards

I have a quick and easy note card for you today. These cards can be used for any occasion, just change out the sentiment. The note cards Stampin’ Up sells are so very thick and have smooth texture. I love the convenience of having a ready cut and scored card base ready to stamp or embellish.

Eastern Beauty has great images….and hundreds of combinations. I used the same design but used different color schemes.

Which one is your favorite?

Thanks for stopping by today. Happy Stamping!

Ginny

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Halloween Hopping

Hello my stamping friends. Today I am Halloween Hopping with some talented Stampin’ Up Demonstrators. We are focusing on fast and easy last-minute Halloween treat ideas.

I have three quick treat ideas for you today.

First: An oldie but goodie

Sliding candy bar packaging. You just wrap a candy bar with designer paper; seal the back seam with tear tape. Seal one end (bottom) with tear tape; punch a hole in the top end. Thread ribbon through the holes and slide the candy bar down catching the ribbon. Tie the ribbon off; embellish the candy bar package with Halloween designs.  I used the Large Letters Framelits to spell BOO!

Here it is open. You pull the ribbon and the candy bar comes out.

Second: Five minute treat tags.

These literally took me 5 minutes to create. I used cardstock, scrap designer paper, and Spooky Cat stamp set. Tie with a piece of ribbon to Halloween gummy candy and you have a sweet treat to put on a co-workers desk. Easy-peasy.

Third: Wine for your adult friends.

Our local Aldi always has seasonal wines. I found this Halloween wine and thought it would make an imaginative treat for our neighbors. I have no idea if it tastes good, but it is the thought that counts.  Again I used cardstock, Spooky Cat stamp set and the cat punch. Fast, fun and artistic!

 I hope you enjoy these last-minute ideas for Halloween. Make sure you hop on with the other bloggers. I am sure you will be amazed at their creativity!

Happy Stamping!

Ginny



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At Home for Thanksgiving

I wish this was my front door. I love to see pretty displays by front doors, especially during the holidays. Our front door has too many shrubs blocking the view so I will just have to be satisfied with this “paper” door!

 At Home with You has you covered if you need a card for New Home, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Birthday, Congratulations and more. If you like this stamp set click here for more ideas.

Don’t forget the Designer Paper Sale we have going on during October.

Time to stock up!

Have a wonderful weekend. Stamp something fun!

Thanks for stopping by today.

Ginny

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Love and Comfort

Sympathy cards are hard to make. I prefer to make them when I don’t need them so I will have a variety of cards to choose from. My stack of Sympathy cards was getting low so I decided to create a few.

This is one of the designs I came up with. It is simple and classic. I don’t like fussy sympathy cards.

 

I used watercolor paper and painted fall colors on the wet paper. Then I splattered it with some Cherry Cobbler ink. I used the Seasonal Layers Thinlits to cut out the leaf. Then I slid the watercolor paper behind the leaf cut out. I used dimensionls to raise the top layer and it gave the card some nice dimension. A sentiment and a tiny bit of splatter finished my card.

What is your favorite type of sympathy card? Please share.

 Thanks for stopping by today. Happy Stamping!

Ginny

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