This card was a "snap" to make using insta squares and snap pieces.
There was no stamping done to this card. So easy and so cute.
You will be surprised at just how much fun it is to create your own cards.
A friend of mine asked me to make a couple back to school cards for her nieces and nephew.
I used an old wood block school house from amuse artstamps and the loads of fun stamp set from amuse studio. The loads of fun stamp set does not have a school bus so I stamped the fire truck on yellow cardstock and cut the siren off. The ladder on the side of the fire truck looks like windows on a bus. I wrote the word stop on the little stop sign and covered the hose on the side of the fire truck...instant school bus.
On display were a few items from the new Holiday Catalog as well as a few sets from the regular catalog...which is also very new. There is so much happening at amuse studio right now...notice the holiday hoopla sign and free stamp set if you host a workshop of $150... it will be yours free! (beginning Sept.1- October 31st)
Our three projects were a huge hit!
We made them using several new products you will find in the catalog. Our new simple swirls set on the top...then our birthday balloons set, and finally on the bottom our mini bow die.
Thank you to Melissa Roell for some great inspiration...she made me a birthday card using birthday balloons and I decided to use it as one of the workshop cards. Then the bottom card was my anniversary card she made so again, I changed it up a bit but went with the design.
Our ladies hard at work...to my surprise two of the gals had never embossed before!
They were amazed at how awesome the technique is and the end result.
We all enjoy our stamp club...getting together with friends and sharing something we love.
I found these really great display frames at Micheals in their clearance.
They are great for displaying all my card samples and when I need to change them up all I have to do is unclip them. They have hangers on the back so when I have my new stamp room soon, I will be able to hang them on the walls.
One of the products I featured at stamp club was the new snap cards amuse studio is offering. It is a simple, fun, and very affordable way to create beautiful birthday, baby, wedding, travel, etc. cards. They were a huge hit! The colors coordinate with the amuse studio cardstock beautifully. These are great for those who are unsure about stamping or are into scrapbooking.
I loved my birthday card from my sister-in-law, Martha. She is so creative in all she does. I will have to copy this idea. Thank you Martha for thinking of me on my birthday...and the forecast was correct! :)
This card was made by my friend Karen. We went to our friend, Bettie's for a card making day and this was one we made there....thank you Karen for a great card...and thank you Bettie for having us over.
Yes, today is my birthday and I received this card from my sister yesterday! It has one of my favorite "retired" stamp sets used...wild rose. She used the banner die and the happy die to create a stunning card. I love her use of burlap to add dimension and uniqueness to my card. I love it Shari...thank you!
Linda over at amuse studio is back! She shared this darling card.
Here's a quick and easy card for you that uses our new Namaste stamp set. This set features 3 yoga girls and size sentiments. The girls are fun to color and the sentiments are perfect. The background is called Peppermint Swirl.
I made Joe's card using Amuse studio's new snap cards. They make it a "snap" to create a quick and beautiful card for that special someone!
I added a little glitter to the candle and cake to add some zing!
These snap cards are an inexpensive way to create some beautiful cards.
The 3 x 4 snap cards are only $3.99 for a set of 48. Each card is double sided for extra creativity. They pair nicely with the insta squares and pieces...priced at $4.99. You can order yours today HERE!
I was stamping with my friends Gena and Carolyn yesterday. We all brought a couple of projects for everyone to do and this was Carolyn's creation. It was a lot of work but fun...except the glitter part...which I let Carolyn do :) Gena's creation, the butterfly turned out beautiful! Thanks Carolyn for the inspiration and joy of sharing the day with good friends and our love of stamping!
We broke out the heat gun to emboss, then we cut, colored, and glittered our way to our final product.