Do you love the idea of traditional scrapbooking, but you just can’t seem to find the time? Stampin’ Up!’s divided page protectors may provide your solution. When you combine divided page protectors with customizable digital pocket cards, well, it’s a match made in heaven. And it gets even better when you can download the FREE digital No Regrets Pocket Cards.
Pocket cards are designed to slide in the pockets of divided page protectors and provide decoration and a place for titles and journaling.
The Happy Things Pocket Cards digital download is a great choice too. In this download you receive all the designer templates shown above plus a 30-piece SVG stamp brush set, 5 embellishments, and 3 digital punches. These cards can be printed and cut to journal on or you can add your journaling as text before you print – the choice is yours.
The On Holiday Photobook Template is new this week. You can view more information and pictures of this new template by clicking on the picture above. You can watch video tutorials on using a photobook template here and here. (These were recorded before the latest update, but the basic functions are still the same.)
Here’s a video from Holly at Stampin’ Up! that will introduce you to the latest version of MDS!
Stampin’ Up!’s Blue Ribbon stamp set has become a go-to set for me. I love it for all kinds of congratulatory occasions. It’s perfect for masculine or feminine congratulation cards, birthdays and even valentine’s day! And with a color change this would be a perfect card for any young man that is graduating this year.
The green of this ribbon is Lucky Limeade which is being discontinued. If you love this color like I do be sure to order your supplies now before they run out.
We made this card Saturday at the Crop for a Purpose scrapbooking fundraising event for a local church raising money for a Honduras Mission Trip. Some chose to stamp the birthday greeting instead and others even inked around the edges for another variation.
The Stampin’ Up! note card and envelope packs are a bargain at only $5.95 per pack of 20! Combined with this large versatile stamp, punches and the bright Sunshine and Sprinkles designer series paper, this project is super easy and fun to recreate. (See the complete list of products used below.)
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I love this Bakers Twine storage idea. I’m definitely going to do this!!
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Stampin’ Up! Catalog Designer Dave shared this card that he made with the brand new Bombs Away Birthday photopolymer stamp set. His mom collects dolls. She keeps many in the guest room where he stays when he visits and apparently this creeps him out. 🙂
This stamp set is sassy! I’m sure you can think of family and friends that will appreciate this humorous birthday wishes! And I’m loving the new photopolymer stamps. Totally clear, flexible and firm for great stamping every time.
Do you remember this birthday card I created last month with the first photopolymer stamp set to come out?
This birthday card is simple, but it includes some great trendy elements: ombre color and a chevron pattern. Ombre style is all the rage in hair color, but what about incorporating it into your card making? And ombre has French origins which makes it super chic.
I’ve created a video to show you how I made this ombre, chevron birthday card. You can view the supply list and video below.
This card is not about perfection, it’s about highlighting the chevron pattern with a trendy technique and creating a fun card to celebrate a birthday. Don’t get hung up on perfection because you will likely get a little ink where you didn’t want it, but it’s all part of the effect.
I chose Regal Rose for this card because this color is being discontinued and it is one of my favorites. But the good news is Island Indigo will continue in the new collection instead of retiring this year and Rose Red will continue in the Stampin’ Up! regal collection line up. Check out more information about the color changes and be sure to order your favorites now as they will no longer be available as supplies are depleted.
Have you ordered your favorite retiring colors? Do it fast, while supplies last! And consider adding a brayer and the Chevron embossing folder to your order so you can make an ombre chevron birthday card too!