I am very sad to announce that Stampin’ Up! has decided to end their contract with Becky Higgins who owns Project Life. Although I am not a scrapbooker, I loved using their products for cards. The good news is Stampin’ Up! will be offering a new product line in their 2017 Annual Catalog that beings on June 1st. Stay tuned for that!
I used a Project Life card to make this card. It is from the set called Hello Lovely. I have sold so many of these sets to card makers and scrapbookers alike. It is a beautiful set that uses Crumb Cake, Peekaboo Peach, Soft Sky and other beautiful colors.
I used the set of Thinlits called Detailed Dragonfly Dies. I cut the dragonflies out of Copper Foil Sheets. These Foil Sheets are so awesome. They have been by far, the most popular color. The copper is so rich and beautiful. Plus Dragonfly Dreams and the Detailed Dragonfly Dies are being carried over into the next catalog!
The stamp set I used is called Endless Thanks. It comes with the little banner and a ton of sentiments. First I stamped it in Versamark and then embossed it using Copper Stampin’ Emboss Powder. Sadly, this set is being retired. I use it so often so I will miss it. If you like this set order it soon before it is gone forever.
If you are a fan of Project Life, you should order it soon because once they kits are sold out, they will be gone for good. You can check out the 2017 Retirement List by clicking on the button to the right of this post.
Here is a quick and easy thank you card for the bride and groom to use after their wedding day. It uses the Hello Lovely Project Life Card Collection. I love these card collections even though I don’t scrapbook. They are great to use when you need you don’t have a lot of time.
The sentiment is a sneak peek of a stamp set that will be in the 2017 Occasions Catalog. It is called All Things Thanks. It is a stamp set that has nine thank you stamps with different themes. Obviously the one I use is for a wedding. There is also one for thanking people for a baby gift, for joining us and one for “everything”. It is a great set when you need to say thank you for something specific.
This is another card made with the Hello Lovely Project Life Card Collection. I really like the cards that came with this collection. Here is another card I made earlier using this set. If you need a quick card these are perfect for that. All I did was stamp the “thanks” and cut it out using the Layering Ovals Framelits and adhere it to a piece of Soft Sky that I also cut out using this set of Framelits. Then I added a piece of thick Baker’s Twine and attached it all together. It took five minutes at the most. Stampin’ Up! has six different Project Life Card Collections in the Annual Catalog and a holiday one in the Holiday Catalog.
Need a quick, easy and beautiful card? Project Life Card Collections are perfect for this. Normally, Project Life is mean for the busy scrapbooker but you can use the card collections to make greeting cards too.
I used the Hello Lovely Project Life Card Collection to make this card. All I needed to do was cut it down to size, stamp a sentiment in the middle and mount it on card stock. It can’t get much easier than that! The sentiment I used it from a limited time only set that will be available during the month of August only. It is called Thoughtful Branches and has an awesome set of Thinlits to match. This set is so versatile as it can be used for anything holiday or occasion you can think of. You better hurry because once this set sells out, it won’t be available again.
Today is another day for the Watercooler Card Challenge. This time Buffy made an awesome card sketch for all of us to follow. Here it is:
Here is my card:
I decided to use Project Life to make my card. Even though I am not a scrapbooker, I love using Project Life to make cards. The Everyday Adventure Project Life Card Collections uses a lot of my favorite colors such as Strawberry Slush, Bermuda Bay and Crushed Curry (among others). I made this card entirely from Project Life and there is no stamping on it at all.
If you would like to see the other cards made with this challenge click HERE. There are some awesome cards on there!
I love the Project Life Accessory Kits that Stampin’ Up! offers because they have a lot of cards and accessories you can use for your scrapbooking projects as well as for making cards. Each card is double sided so you have a lot to choose from. I took one of the cards from the Everyday Adventure Project Life Card Collection, cut it down a little bit to fit on the cardstock and just stamped a couple of sentiments from the Bravo Photopolymer Stamp Set. The little heart in the corner is also from the Project Life Card Collection. The whole card took me about 3 minutes to make. It can’t be much easier than that!
I have to admit that I was very skeptical about the Photopolymer Stamps that Stampin’ Up! started selling a year or so ago. Clear stamps? No way! Nothing can beat rubber (especially Stampin’ Up! rubber). Well guess what? I like them. I like them a lot and the reason is because you can see exactly where you are stamping so you can line up the stamps perfectly! I know we always could use a Stamp-a-ma-jig for that, but this is different. You just ink and stamp. Perfect placement every time. They are especially great for stamping sentiments. Look how they are perfectly lined up on this card. Amazing! One of the sets I used is called Endless Birthday Wishes. This set is not in any catalog but is still available to purchase. Click on the link below to see this fabulous set!