Our last Stamp & Play Day was so much fun that Ann made two cards from the one layout.

She actually laid them out one way that night, but when she finally assembled them, she mixed them up a bit. I think I like them better this way.

First, the Thank You Card

Two Cards - Thank You
Thank You Card

For the two cards, she used the Petal Park Bundle and the same color combo: Coastal Cabana and Bermuda Bay. But for this thank you card, she added the Sentimental Park Bundle for the greeting and the fancy die cut where she stamped the word.

She also used one of the Basics 3-D Embossing Folders. Unfortunately, it’s sold out now, but we’re expecting them back in stock around May 1st when the new catalog starts.

2 Cards - Thank You
Thank You Card

And we used the Flat Adhesive-Backed Pearls that she’s so fond of. Those aren’t one the second card.

If you like this card (and we hope you like the second one I’ll show you too), then you should consider reserving your seat for our next Stamp & Play Day on Thursday, April 20th.

The Theme?

Ladies Night Out!

Stamp & Play Day

Yes! We make a card together then we play games and Ann gives away all the class fees. The smallest prize is usually about $30 and can go up to $75 or more depending out how many attend.) It’s about 75-90 minutes of pure fun.

And when you register today, you’ll get in at the Early Bird rate of $17.

Now, the Birthday Card

Two Cards - Birthday
Birthday Card

You’ve just gotta love that Petal Park Bundle.

At first, I thought that the stamped tone-on-tone flowers made the card a little busy. That’s why I had Ann switch the greetings. This simple circle tones down some of that busyness.

For this, Ann used the Iridescent Rhinestones as the embellishment.

Two Cards - Birthday
Birthday Card

Which embellishment do you prefer?

And did you notice the new birthday greeting? It’s from the Rhino Ready Online Exclusive Stamp Set.

Ann even decorated the inside! I know she doesn’t often show this, but she does do it!

Two Cards - Inside
Decorate the inside!

Time-Saving Cardmaking Tip

A white or vanilla liner always looks better on a colored card base. Save time by cutting several liners and having them ready. Plus, if you make a mistake, you haven’t ruined your card. And you can make the liner whatever size you want depending on how much you have to say and how large you write. We like to use these two sets of dies.

You Can Make These Two Cards!

But I’ll bet that you’d like to know what we used for supplies.

So before we share the picture list, I want to be sure you know what we give all our online shoppers.

Order here
  • All online shoppers get a handmade reusable card in your mailbox.
  • And at least 4 free project tutorials in your inbox.
  • Add a sampling of current product when you use the current code UZBNG92V . (Copy it just in case.)
    • Don’t use the code if your order is $150+ so you can enjoy Stampin’ Rewards. We’ll still send you everything.
  • Track your purchases with this form and earn free stamps and dies exclusively from me and Ann. Plus we’ll send you our next mini catalogs with even more ideas.

Remember that you save 10% when you take a bundle option when available.

But I’ll bet that you’d like to know what we used for supplies.

So before we share the picture list, I want to be sure you know what we give all our online shoppers.

Order here
  • All online shoppers get a handmade reusable card in your mailbox.
  • And at least 4 free project tutorials in your inbox.
  • Add a sampling of current product when you use the current code UZBNG92V . (Copy it just in case.)
    • Don’t use the code if your order is $150+ so you can enjoy Stampin’ Rewards. We’ll still send you everything.
  • Track your purchases with this form and earn free stamps and dies exclusively from me and Ann. Plus we’ll send you our next mini catalogs with even more ideas.

Remember that you save 10% when you take a bundle option when available.

Just So You Know: You can buy everything separately, but you’ll save 10% when there’s a bundle available

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