It’s another snowy and frigid day here in Colorado Springs, so I decided to do a quick post of the cards we made at my January stamp club. We do four cards each month and since Sale-a-bration is in full swing, we used two sets from that catalog; Home to Roost and Lasting Lilly. I think both are pretty awesome sets. And, if you know me, the Home to Roost set was the first one I got! I used the Home to Roost example in the SAB catalog for my inspiration. The inspiration for the sympathy card came from a sample I saw at On Stage in Orlando. I don’t know where I got the inspiration for the other two. I don’t remember. Here they are!
Remember, with every $50.00 purchase you make from either the Annual or Occasions Catalogs you earn a free item from the Sale-a-braton catalog. So Home to Roost and Lasting Lilly can be yours too!
If you have any questions about any of these cards, please feel free to contact me. Until next time…
A week ago, our new Occasions Catalog went active along with this year’s Sale-a-bration. That’s me…usually a day late and a dollar short! You don’t know what Sale-a-bration is? Well, let me tell you…for every $50.00 you spend in regular product from any of our active catalogs, you can get an item in our Sale-a-bration catalog FREE! Now that’s a deal, if you ask me.
You say you don’t have TIME to stamp? Well the cards I’m sharing today took me less than thirty minutes…NOT EACH…but for ALL THREE! That’s right, they are simple but still beautiful. it just goes to show you don’t have to spend a lot of money to make a nice card and you don’t have to have all day to create one; just thirty minutes and you can make three!
The first two cards are for Valentine’s Day and are made with sets that are in the current Occasions Catalog. The last card is made with a set that I got for free which is in Sale-a-bration. And if you know me, if there is a rooster set available, it is the first one I will choose because I am a chicken lover! In October my sister took a count of how many rooster/chickens I have in my home in some form or another and I think she stopped counting at around 97. I know…it’s a sickness.
So here are the cards that I created with plain white paper, ink and a stamp set. Hope you like them.