Sunday, June 20, 2010

Stamp By Step

Happy Sunday Afternoon Everyone!

We have a birthday party to go to this afternoon for the little girl next door but before I go I wanted to share with you a few creations I came up with for my friend Cheryl, over at Stamp By Step.  
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Cheryl has an amazing array of products for your crafting needs and today I'm using DESIGNER PAPER.  Specifically Webster's Pages and Graphic45. 
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Both of these creations are using Webster's Pages (Lullaby Lane/Life's Portraits).  On the first card I have only had to add a sentiment, ribbon & flowers.  On the second card, the image is from Art Creations Friday (you can find the link on my Vintage Creations & Links page) and the flourish corner is a stamp by Impression Obsession.  I made the vellum flower using the technique by Selma Stevenson ... you can find her tutorial HERE.   How fun & simple to create a masterpiece when you have these amazing designer papers to start your creation.
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This card is another VERY simple card and I have used the Graphic45 paper called "On the Boardwalk". I had actually selected this page to use the flip-side but didn't want to cut into these awesome, vintage photos so this is what I've come up with.

Please be sure to pop on over today and check out all the wonderful products available for your crafting needs!  Every month you can also find great savings at Stamp By Step ... for instance, for the month of June, Cheryl has a special going on where you get 30% off all Stampendous  Stamps.

Well ... time to PARTY!!!
Hope your weekend has been amazing!  


Selma said...

So pretty Darlene. Love those Webster and Graphic 45 papers. Your flower is gorgeous. So happy to see it on your card. Thanks for the link.

Micki said...

oh wow Dar, simply awesome. My mouth fell open at the first baby card. It's beautiful. Wow, I have such a hard time using DSPs..... :-(

Love 'em!


Marlene said... are so craftastic, girl! These are gorgeous!

treesawardincrafts said...

What an inspiring post Darlene, I love those projects and will have a mooch around to find out more. See ya later. Teresa

Olga said...

Awesome cards!!! I gotta get me some of that paper!!!