At a recent Team Training night, had the fortunate opportunity to meet a young lady who is really like a little ray of Sunshine, who has joined the our Stampin Up Team. She had made and brought to the meeting a lovely card using this stamp set and gave it to her upline.
Now it isn’t the same as mine, but she inspired me with how she went about making it. Team meetings are great aren’t they, lets a lot of fellow stamper’s share ideas. This is my spin on her card, i choose the colours of Melon Mambo, Tempting Turquoise, Lucky Limeade and Wiseria Wonder…………..such yummy colours. Created my own designer papers with the stamps from the Array of Sunshine, a lovely hostess stamp set that is available to anyone who hosts a workshop of and reaches the qualifying amount.
Another set of quick cards that I made using some designer papers. We created two different cards, this one with my favourite little boxes and the other one was paper cutting a certain flower from the designer paper and mounting it in a card front.
Learnt my lesson, they are quick cards, but my ladies were able to complete them super quickly, so I had to think on my feet and give them another one without a sample. They come through with flying colours and I will now make them slightly harder or is it more detailed.
I was recently asked if some of my ladies could make some age cards for children.
This is what I came up with, very easy and great for markets. I used the a background stamp with Versa Mark to add texture to the card, sponged the sides with Versa Mark then using Black Stays On I stamp out the Happy numbers form the stamp set called, “Bring on the Cake”.