A free stamping resource!

Archive for March, 2011

More Metal Embellishments**RRR**

Finished Card Size: 5.5” x 4.25” For my March “Green” project I added a couple of flowers and leaves using a pop can, embossing folders and Provo Craft dies with my Cuttlebug.  I enjoyed it so much that I decided that I’d expand on that idea and see what I could come up with for […]

Coffee Filter Flowers

By: Cathy Peper, Artistic Guide Finished card sizes:  5.5 by 5.5 4.25 by 5.5 I wanted to try making flowers out of coffee filters since I’ve seen many examples of this on line.  One such example, which I followed, is at Gingersnap Creations. Card One Supplies: Stamps: Sentiment (Stamping Scrapping) Paper: Green card stock (7 […]

March 2011 Trail Map: Linda’s View **RRR**

Think Spring! Finished Card Size: 5″ x 7″ Wow!  This particular sketch was really fun to do, for several reasons.  First of all; look at all the tiny pieces of card stock and designer paper.  What a great sketch to use up scraps.  Second, I’m really ready for spring, and I’ll bet those of you […]

March 2011 Trail Map–Stephanie’s View

By: Stephanie Loomis, Artist Guide Finished Card Size A2 (4.25″ x 5.5″) I tool a slightly different approach with the sketch this month–but if you look carefully, you’ll see I followed the map! Supplies: Stamps: Map (unknown) Boat Collage and Sentiment (The Angel Company) Papers: A2 note card White paper cut to 4″ x 5.25″ […]

MARCH 2011 Trail Map: Map Master’s View

By: Ken Schneider, Map Master Finished Card Size: 5.25″ x 7.875″ BIBLICAL HUMOR Not knowing if Biblical humor would offend anyone, I asked and received an OK from my publisher and one of my neighbors. SUPPLIES: PAPER: Green card stock (C.S.) Orange card stock (C.S.) Black card stock (C.S.) White card stock (C.S.) OTHER: Computer […]

March 2011 Trail Map

Here is this month’s beautiful sketch by our very own Regena.  It has been interpreted in so many lovely ways by our artistic guides.  Enjoy the eye candy. March 2011 Sketch by Regena, Artistic Guide By: Lorraine Revalee. Artistic Guide Stamps by A Stamp in the Hand and Magenta By: Cathy Peper, Artistic Guide Stamps […]

Using what you have **RRR**

Recycle, Reuse, Reduce, or Consolidate, Finish, and Purge By: Marion Davis, Artistic Guide I must admit that I was a bit stumped when I first saw the theme for this year, but having had time to think about it, I realized that it was something I needed to embrace. Then came ideas for all the […]

You Got To Kiss a Frog *RRR*

Finished Card Size:  4.25” x 6.5” You Got To Kiss a Frog When I first saw the project challenge for this month, all I could think of was Kermit the Frog singing “It’s Not Easy Being Green”. Then I started thinking about other meanings. That resulted in the Log Cabin Quilt card already published. However, […]

It’s Not Easy Being Green: Nancy’s View **RRR**

Finished Card Size: 4.25” x 5.5” Supplies: Stamps: Small Squares (Inkadinkado) Collage Hope (Memory Box) Papers: Scrap card stock Scrap glossy photo paper Card Stock Inks: Chocolate (Fresh Ink) Apple Green (ColorBox) Heavenly Hues Color Angel Flesh (DecoArt) Metallic rub-ons (Craf-T Products) Copic pens (.Too) –  Pale Fruit Pink –  Yellowish Skin Pink –  Barely […]

It’s Not Easy Being Green *RRR*: Marion’s View

Log Cabin Quilt Card Finished card size: 4.25”x 5.5” This card is a great way to use up left over pieces of decorative paper. It is quick and easy to do, but looks like it took you forever.  Have fun with it.  You can finish it with Peel off stickers or mount it on a […]

It’s Not Easy Being Green: Cathy’s View

Finished card size: 5.5″ x 5.5″ The theme this month at Stamper’s Quest is “It’s Not Easy Being Green.”  That makes me think of Kermit the Frog, which makes me think of frogs in general.  Now, I have quite a few frog stamps for some reason, but chose this lovely fairy and frog image for […]

It’s Not Easy Being Green: Bea’s View **RRR**

Top of the Mornin’ I think I shared with you about my trying to spend more time in my studio  this year. The past two years were difficult for me to try and be creative. I decided this year I was going to spend more time creating for me!  As a way to force myself to […]

Springing Ahead

I know that seasons vary all around the world, but here in the United States spring is just around the corner.  I’m really ready for spring this year, with fruit trees in bloom, lot’s of pretty flowers, and fresh fruits and vegetables.  Yum!  St. Patrick’s Day is March 17, and Spring Equinox is on the […]

It’s Not Easy Being Green: Lorraine’s View **RRR**

Finished size:  5.5″ x 4.25″ It’s Not Easy Being Green My interpretation of “Green” led me to the ecological side of stamping:  recycling.   I had to eat some eggs so I could use the discarded shells for this project. Supplies: Stamps: Flower (Inkadinkadoo) Leaves (Stampin’ Up!) Paper: Dark green (The Paper Cut) Golden-green (Marco’s Papers) […]

It’s Not Easy Being Green: Linda’s View *RRR*

Finished Card Size 5.5″ x 4.25″ Supplies: Stamps: Frog Prince Digital Stamp (hambostamps) Label from Lovely Labels Set by Nina Brackett (GinaK Designs) Sentiment (Computer generated) Paper: Solar White Card Stock, 8.5″ x 11″  (Neenah Classic Crest) Pale green/white paper, 5.5″ x 8.5″  (Memory Box) Dark green card stock, 5″ x 3.75″ (from scraps) Violet […]