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A Polished Stone Christmas Card

Finished Card Size: 4.25″ x 5.5″ Supplies: Stamps: Santa (Inkadinkado) Joy and Merry Christmas words (Hot Off the Press) Snowflakes (Hot Off the Press and The Angel Company) Papers: Cream cardstock (Staples) Dark Blue cardstock (Bazzill) Designer paper from stash (Unknown) Polished Stone panel Inks: Mustard Seed and Sapphire Distress ink pads (Ranger) Black Versafine ink pad […]

Christmas Card-Polished Stone

Merry Christmas Ornament Card by Cathy Peper, Editor Finished card size:  6.5 by 5 inches Supplies: Stamps: Ornament background, topper, snowflakes and sentiment from Heirloom Ornament Set 2 (StampingScrapping) Paper: White card base (Michaels) Fresh Asparagus card stock (Gina K Designs) Solar White card stock (Neenah) Kromecote Glossy card stock (Marco’s Paper) Very Merry Christmas patterned […]

February Trail Map-Debbie’s View

     I Love You By:  Debbie Ebat, Artistic Guide    Finished Card Size 5 X 6.5 inches Supplies: Stamps: Love Declaration  (Penny Black) Happy Vallentines Day   (Stamp Oasis) Heart Border   (Hero Arts) Paper: Glossy White (stash) Silver (Stash) White (Stash) Black (Stash) Sweet Cakes  6 X6 Pad (Doodlebug Design) Ink: Memento Black […]

Polished Stone-Nancy’s View

Polished Copper By: Nancy Dees, Artistic Guide                                                 Finished card size: 4.25” X 5.5” Supplies: Stamps: Geometric stamp (unknown) Word stamp (Stampin’ Up) Paper: Cream Glossy card stock (Marco’s Paper) Rust & black (from stash) Ink: Graphite Black Brilliance Ink (Tsukineko) Adirondack Alcohol Inks in Rust, Raisin, Butterscotch and Copper Metallic (Ranger) Other: My version of a AI […]

Happy February

Welcome to February and a new year here at Stamper’s Quest.  This year we will be focusing on techniques and different types of card folds.  We want to welcome two new designers, Vickie Kertz and Nancy Dees.  And although I’ve been around for a while, I am the new editor. This month we highlight the […]

Holiday Blizzard Project – Manger Scene on Canvasboard

For a long time, I have thought about how I could do alcohol inks on porous surfaces.  It finally occurred to me that if I just sealed the surface first, it would probably work.  Since I always have Mod Podge handy,  I decided to try it for this project and it worked!   I used […]

Holiday Blizzard Project – Autumn Leaves Pencil Cup

Welcome Autumn and Happy Thanksgiving!  As a certified custom framer working at Michaels Arts and Crafts, I see a lot of frames.  Some made of wood, metal and even acrylic (such as those box frames).   I can’t tell you how many times I’ve restocked the little swivel photo pencil cups and never gave any thought […]