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Christmas Card Stamp A Stack

These are the choices for our Christmas Card Stamp Camp, Thursday November 13th at the Bixby Community Center. Stamp Camp begins at 6:00 PM.

There will be 5 card designs. A stack is 5 cards of one design. There is a 2 stack minimum at $12.50 and each stack after that is $5. Or you can stamp 25 cards for $25. You may also choose to stamp one card of each design for $10.00. Let me know by Wednesday November 12th if you plan to attend.

Stamp a Stack

We’ll add a few rhinestones to these snowflakes



You can choose Green or Cherry for the base on this card and the background papers will vary. You may also stamp the bow and cut it if you prefer. There are framelits to cut all of these pieces.


StampFest Kits

The first kit that I am offering for StampFest this year focuses on cards using background paper. This card class is product based and will include a roll of ribbon and your choice of paper stack or regular pack of DSP. It will also include a kit to create 15 DIFFERENT cards using DSP in various ways. Each kit will include all of the card stock and additional embellishments you may need to finish all 15 cards, including envelopes. You will also receive a digital copy of the 15 card sketches, written instructions and cutting dimensions for each card.



Each kit will include all of the card stock pieces precut, but you will choose your DSP and cut those pieces using the dimensions given. The cost of this Card Class kit and product is $35.00 (w/paper stack choice) or $39.50 w/regular DSP choice.


The next kit I am offering is a cute little Back Pack Box that holds 5 cards and envelopes. This kit is $15.00. You will be getting all of the precut pieces needed to create one back pack box and 5 cards with envelopes to put in your box. You will also receive a digital tutorial with pictures and full instructions and dimensions on how to create this project.


Back pack box

I will also have leftover cards from Stamp Camps past. Stamp as many as you like for $1.00 each. These cards are only while supplies last.

These are the paper choices for the DSP Card Class Kit

Stamp a Stack for StampFest

Here are the Stamp a Stack choices for StampFest. StampFest will be held on July 18-19th at the Hampton Inn in South Bixby, OK. Doors open on Friday at noon and the room is available until Sunday at 11 am. You must RSVP to attend.

StampFest fees are $25 for the weekend or $15 for one day. All kits, including Stamp a Stack cards are priced individually and those prices are in addition to the standard StampFest fee. You are not required to order kits, you can just bring your own projects and use the many tools, stamps and inks that I provide for the weekend. Stamp Campers may attend a special 4 hour session with the StampFest Fee waived and work on Stamp a Stack cards.

Stamp a Stack fees are as follows. 1 card of each design is $12.50. $12.50 for your first two stacks (two stack minimum) and each additional stack is $5. You may stamp 5 stacks for $25.00.

These are the card choices ( I will be adding 3 Christmas card choices)


This card will have additional images that you may choose other than the butterflies. Like circles and other geometric shapes. I will have all of my sentiment stamps there so you can choose from hundreds of sentiments on all of your cards.


This card will also have additional image options


This card will have other border options as well as sentiment options.


The other side of this background paper is the same pattern in blues and greens so you will have that color choice option as well as additional options for sentiments and the tag image.

Sweet Essentials

There will be additional color options and embellishment options for this card.

Stamp A Stack Selections for April

These are the card  Selections for April’s All Occasion Stamp A Stack. Thursday, April 10th. 6-9 PM at the Bixby Community Center. Your first stack is $7.50 and each stack after that is $5.00 or you may stamp 5 stacks for $25.00. Each stack is 5 cards of one design. You can also choose to stamp one of each design for $10.00. You must RSVP to attend this class and tell me how many stacks of which designs you would like to do. Please call or email 918.304.6247 or Don’t forget to bring your favorite adhesives. I will have some on hand if you need to buy some there.

I’ll also have extra sentiments so that each card can be changed up for other occasions than are shown here. Also you can switch the cupcake paper out for a polkadot background and choose another word bubble. You can’t tell but card number three is embossed in gold and then colored in with blenders or aquapainter. There are dies to cut the flowers and leaves on card 5.

Cycle Celebration


Lovely As a Tree

Just Sayin

So Very Grateful

Secret Garden

Hope to see you there.



Sweet and Simple Yippee Skippee

Yippee Skippee

This was a card that we did for Stamp Camp a while back.  The washi tape is so great for quick and simple cards. All we did for this one was stamp the sentiment and add a strip of washi tape from the Ghingham Garden trio. The cupcakes were made using the Cupcake Builder punch. The cupcake tops are embossed and I trimmed a little piece from an Espresso cherry to create the chocolate dipped cherry. The Espresso cupcake bottom was crimped and the other was covered with the same washi tape. The Early Espresso bakers twine finishes it off nicely. Originally, I was going to put the cupcakes on another layer, but I liked the clean and simple look of just popping them up on the card base. An easy card and lots of fun to put together.

Thanks for stopping by today!



Stampin’ Stuff




Early Espresso


Strawberry Slush ~ Early Espresso ~ Whisper White

Fun Stuff

Big Shot ~ Perfect Polka Dots EF ~ Cupcake Builder Punch ~ Gingham Garden washi tape ~ Early Espresso bakers twine ~ Crimping tool


Timeless Talk in Black and White

timeless talk

Here is a card we did for workshops last fall. Timeless Talk is one of my very favorite, and one of the most popular sets from the current catalog. I love that the style is contemporary and vintage at the same time. I decided to use the Modern Medley DSP which is perfect for the Black and White color technique, even though the paper is black and vanilla. Close enough. The technique is simple enough. Design something using only the colors Black and White. It makes stunning cards.

Stamp something happy today!!



Stampin’ Stuff


Timeless Talk


Black StazOn


Basic Black ~ Very Vanilla ~ Modern Medley DSP

Fun Stuff

2 1/2″ Circle punch ~ Lace Paper Doilies ~ Very Vanilla Seam Binding ~ Basic Rhinestones


Animal Talk Valentine

Animal Talk

These aren’t traditional colors, but this set makes the cutest valentines! Especially when paired with these sweet little hearts from the retired Sweet Shop DSP. I stocked up on this fave DSP while it was on the Clearance Rack, so it will show up for some time still in my creations.

I used markers to color the stamp. I stamped an extra bird and popped it up over the first. The sentiments for this set are really cute (click the link in the table below to take a peek). It is very easy to change them up, making this set very versatile; by just stamping or printing something different on a separate strip of paper and then popping it up over the part you want to replace. Sweet stuff.

Thanks for looking!



Stampin’ Stuff


Animal Talk


Old Olive ~ Island Indigo ~ Bermuda Bay ~ Wisteria Wonder Stampin Write Markers


Whisper White ~ Wisteria Wonder ~ Sweet Shop DSP

Fun Stuff

Scallop Border punch ~ Corner Rounder Punch ~ Island Indigo bakers twine ~ Wisteria Wonder bakers twine


What Does the Fox Say?

life in the forest

life in the forest

I have to admit that I bought this set, just so I could make a “What does the fox say?” card for my grandbaby. The set isn’t my style so much, but I NEEDED that fox! The rest of the critters are growing on me though, and I have thought of several other cute card ideas already.

This had to be the valentine for Aubrey this year though, because she LOVES the song and plays it over and over. I downloaded it to her little tablet that she got for Christmas, so I wouldn’t have to listen to it any more!! If you don’t know what I am talking about, just google “What does the fox say?” and watch the video. A spoof gone viral. Way beyond viral, actually.

Just basic stamping here, and I used blender pens and ink pads to color in the fox and trees.

Aubrey, who is in pre-k this year, pointed out that I needed to color more carefully and try to stay inside the lines. I tried to explain that it was a watercolor method which gives the artist creative license to go outside the lines on occasion and that it actually lends itself to the fluid, unconfined nature of the technique. Or something like that. She interrupted me mid explanation with an impatient pat on the hand and said “It’s OK Nana, just try to do better next time.” Ah, Mrs. Roy….. grasshopper has learned well. I felt like giving myself a punch on my behavior ticket and putting myself down for a nap. I am pretty sure she’s not going to buy my story of artistic intent on the over spray of smooch spritz inside the card either, but I have learned my lesson. That’s my story and I am sticking to it.

Aren’t the Word Bubble framelits a HOOT though!??! I love them and I think they will be used A LOT. Scrapbook pages, cards, This and That. So many fun ideas.

I hope you get to stamp today!!



Stampin’ Stuff


Life in the Forest ~ Delightful Dozen


Cajun Craze ~ Bermuda Bay ~ Baked Brown Sugar ~ Black StazOn


Pool Party ~ Whisper White ~ Fresh Prints DSP stack

Fun Stuff

Big Shot ~ Circle framelits ~ Word Bubble Framelits ~ Owl Builder punch ~ Blender Pens ~ Blushing Bride Smooch Spritz