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.



Dasher for Stamp a Stack


This is another card option for Stamp a Stack hostesses. We still have about a two  or three week window  for hostesses who would like to hold a Stamp a Stack for a fun day of stamping with your friends. These are a little extra work, but the rewards and flexibility are great! Hostesses of these events earn 3-4 times the amount they would,  holding a standard workshop. There is still time to host your own. Call me at 918-827-6148 for details.

Thanks for stopping by!



Christmas Stamp a Stack

Deer Friends

These are the cards we created at our Christmas Card Stamp-A-Stack!

Kiwi Kiss and Real Red go really great together. This card was pretty quick to do, using punches and images that need no coloring!

Big on christmas

I love the embossing folders that are out there. You know, in those places that we don’t speak of in Stampin’ Up land! I don’t use a lot on non-Stampin’ Up! contraband, but these little folders really snazz up a card quickly. Anyway, they work with the Big Shot and so yes, you will see them occasionally. I hear we are supposed to be getting some of these that are Stampin’ Up exclusive and I can’t wait, because I loooove them. When I saw the snowflakes, I just had to have them to use with this set!

Snow Swirled

I love this card! I think this is my favorite new color combination too. It is the Not Quite Navy and  Baja Breeze. You can’t see the sparkles but we added dazzling diamonds using crystal effects.

We inked up the stamp with the Baja Breeze and then used the Not Quite Navy marker to draw in the second color.

Winter Post

When I saw these skaters in the Mini Catalog, I knew I had to use them with Lovely as a Tree to create a scene! (I hope this set never gets retired, it works with so many other sets!)

It is a pretty simple card, but the Kraft card stock is perfect for this vintage set and of course,  the Top Notes Bigz die steps it up to a WOW card easily.

A Christmas Cardinal

This is another of my favorite sets this season. I knew I wanted to use it for the Stamp-A-Stack. I try to keep these cards fairly simple, since we are doing so many in one evening. Using the word window punch to highlight the sentiment really stepped this one up. We had to punch twice to make the window big enough to fit the saying.

Happy Stampin!