Tag Archives: Rhinestones

Glittery Bloomin’ Hearts

By | January 23, 2016

The whole point of a swap is to get different ideas of how to use the new stamps, die cutters and other accessories that are regularly released by Stampin’ Up! I showed you my “Black, White and Red” take on the Bloomin’ Hearts Thinlits Die in my last post, and here are two more examples… Read More »

Swap Meet! First Cards to Share

By | January 5, 2016

As I mentioned before, our group of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators met on Saturday to visit and swap cards. Here are the first couple to share: The first one is an extra card that I made in addition to the “What I Love” swap pictured in my last post. In New England this would be called… Read More »

No Business Like Snow Business!

By | December 30, 2015

We received many beautiful handcrafted Christmas cards this year, but with the busy schedule of holiday events and preparations, I’ve gotten behind in my posts! Here are few snow-themed cards to share today: Snowflakes are the focus of this first card, made by Wanda Morin of Colchester, VT: Snowflake stamp images, shaped punch, sequins and… Read More »

The Party Continues

By | November 19, 2015

In previous posts I showed the hand stamped birthday cards that my husband received this month; now we can admire the ones that I got this year: Renee Neal-Joslin, Kathy Degree, Mindy Degree My cousin Renee sent me a card that one of her 4th grade students made with her grandma, using Stampin’ Up! stamps,… Read More »

Working Together is Half the Fun

By | October 11, 2015

As I mentioned in my previous post, the stamp group came over yesterday for our monthly meeting. We made the Watercolor Wings Pop-Up card that I described last time (http://stampingwithvalory.com/2015/10/08/watercolor-wings-pop-up-preview/) and also a clean and simple Christmas card that is easy to make in quantity and would be a great way to use up any… Read More »