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Birthday Cards using the KISS Technique

The KISS Technique by:  Nancy Dees, Artistic Guide KISS stands for Keep It Simple Stamper and it is a handy approach to save you time and have cards ready to go at the drop of a hat.  You know, like when you forget Uncle Mike’s birthday and find out he is coming for a visit […]

Masculine Birthday Cards

Finished card size: 5.5″ x 4.25″ Supplies: Stamps: Bike (Hot off the Press) Happy Birthday (Papertrey Ink) Paper: Aqua Mist card stock (Papertrey Ink) Solar White card stock (Neenah) Patterned paper Fine and Dandy Boy (My Mine’s Eye) Heated Pearls technique piece (from stash) Ink: Tuxedo Black Memento ink pad (Tsukinkeo) Other: Classic Rectangle Large and […]

Pennywise Arts 2011Blog Hop: Happy Birthday

If you just arrived here at Stamper’s Quest, you don’t want to miss out on the beginning of this fantastic Blog Hop we are participating in with Pennywise Arts!  The beginning of the hop starts at the Pennywise Arts Blog. We have several projects featured here at Stamper’s Quest, so if you just joined, go back […]

February 2011 Trail Map

The different ways this Trail Map can be interpreted are almost endless.  This sketch will make beautiful cards, no matter what the occasion. Enjoy the different ways our team interpreted this sketch! Stamp Credits: Rubbernecker, Meer Images, Inkadinkado Stop by tomorrow for Grandpa Ken’s step by step directions. Stamp Credits: Stampers Anonymous and 100 Proof […]

January 2011 Trail Map: Marion’s View

Happy New Year everyone! May the New Year bring you Health, Peace, and Prosperity. I hope you enjoy what I did with the map this month. For some strange reason it just kept evolving and came out nothing like I planned. Supplies: Stamps:  All Wrapped Up set (Flourishes) Papers: White (Neena Classic Crest) Mostly Mauve, […]

Inside Out: Panel Card

This month’s project is to make a card where the inside as well as the outside of the card is decorated.  I chose to do a birthday card with floral designs in shades of orchid, green, and yellow.  By changing  just one of the sentiments you can make a card for any occasion you choose. Finished […]

Rubbadubbadoo Rubber Stamps: Bea’s View

By: Bea Rosenleaf, Publisher    Framed Watercolor My main stamps from Rubbadubbadoo center around the ocean, or water. The ocean is my favorite place to be, so creating with these stamps is fun and easy!  I also have some other stamps from Rubbadubbadoo that I purchased, which I will share with you here as well.  I […]

The Standards: Tri-Fold Birthday Card

For the “standards” theme this month (those envelopes that you buy in the dollar store or office supply store), I concentrated on making a card that fits a business sized envelope (#10 envelope). To add a bit of interest, it is a trifold type of card, with a bit of a twist. You’ll see what I mean!!!   […]

May Map Master

When my computer breaks down, my neighbor, Walt, fixes it. That totally amazes me and I think he’s a Genius. So lets map out this month’s card to thank him, or anyone that has helped you out. Supplies: Stamps: Brain (100 Proof Press) Einstein (Viva Las Vegas Stamps) Ink: Black pigment ink (Stampabilities) Blue dye […]

March Map Master

Erin go Braugh, and Happy Easter Egg. Instead, let’s celebrate this month making a Birthday card from the March map. I’m not that good on color combinations but you get the idea. Supplies: Stamps: Large frog (All Night Media) Mid-size frog (Inkadinkado) Small frog (Hero Arts) Happy birthday (Viva Las Vegas Stamps) Finger print (Viva […]

BUT…it’s all about the present!

February and March are big birthday months in our family. I generally try to make several extra cards to have on hand so  this week I will share some birthday ideas for cards with you. Today lets start with a small card you can tuck into a gift bag for a child. Even though we […]

Happy Birthday Tag Bookmark for the Discoverer

By: Chris M Herrmann, Artistic Guide Finished tag size: 5.25″ x 2.5″ I enjoy making birthday cards for my friends. Not many friends want to toss a hand made card, but let’s face it, how many cards can they save? I think I have come up with a solution. I create a tag bookmark and […]

Happy 55 for the Adventurer

Happy 55th Birthday! By: Christine Candora-Hickey, Artistic Guide Finished card size:  4.25″ x 5.5″ A co-worker recently had her 55th birthday and I wanted to surprise her with a card to celebrate the day.  She didn’t want a big “to-do” for her birthday, so I made this card that got the point across without having […]