Thanksgiving Sale!

Hi stampers! Yay! It’s Thanksgiving Sale!:) It’s the best way to grab your favorite stuff in a much lower price.

Thank you again SO much for your support. You guys are the best!♥

This year is totally different, Why? because we also have some Stamp Set Bundles to offer! Yup! Something that we haven’t done before!:)

Whether you’re new to stamping and wanted to start a small collection. Or maybe you want to add more in your Precious Remembrance Stamp collection. This is the best time to grab them!:)

Our Thanksgiving Sale starts now! Until the end of the month!:)

If you want to grab these stamps in a bundle and save more, check them out here:


Joy & Sketchy Christmas Stamp Sets


Holiday Wishes & Christmas Stamp Sets


Love Coupon & Thanks Stamp Sets


School Days & Beware Stamp Sets


Journey & This Moment Stamp Sets


Tuesday Ideas: Simply Merry Christmas

Hello, everyone!  It’s Melissa back with another Tuesday Ideas post!  This week, I’m sharing another idea using the wonderful Sketchy Christmas stamp set!  As usual, I tried to create a clean and simple design.

I used a stencil to create a dotted background & then spritzed the panel with green for some added shimmer.  I stamped the beautiful sentiment on a piece of coordinating silver cardstock and layered it on top of the main panel.  I popped up the assembled panel with foam dots for dimension.  Green sequins & clear gemstones were added as embellishments and I was done!  You could use a variety of colors and shapes on the main panel!  I love the mix of fonts in this particular sentiment!  It really works perfectly as a stand alone on a card!

I hope you’re feeling prepared for the upcoming holidays!  It always seems like they arrive so quickly and then the new year is here before we know it!  Enjoy!

Until next time, happy stamping!

Merry Christmas Tag by: Jen Mitchell!

I love to use non-traditional colors on my Christmas projects sometimes so today I’ve made a gift tag using some shades of pink.  I started with a base of kraft and white then stamped a sketchy tree a couple of times in a vibrant pink.  Then I glammed it up a bit with some shimmery golden ink for one more tree plus the sentiment.  A little gold cord tied around my seam binding ribbon ties all those gold touches together nicely.

Stamp Set: Sketchy Christmas

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25 Days of Christmas Tags!

Hi stampers!:) Today we are joining Tracey over at her blog for The 25 days of Christmas Tags event! Woohoo!:) If you’re new to us, welcome everyone! I hope you get tons of inspiration using our stamps, please check out our Pinterest to see more amazing project ideas.

Christmas is fast approaching, and what a best way to add a special touch to your gifts is by making a handmade cards or tags?:) It doesn’t need to be complicated , that’s why I created a one layer tags for you!:) Just ink up your stamps and stamp it directly to your paper, quick and easy! I do love to mixed and matched my stamps so I used different sets here.

Stamp Sets: Christmas , JOY , Sketchy Christmas

Are you thinking , what I’m thinking?:) It does make a nice banner too as part of your Christmas party decor. Yay!:)

Oh so Merry & Bright!:)

Don’t forget, our talented designers have more projects for you! Make sure to check them out!:)

Lisa Elton / Melissa Chipperfield / Rosemary Dennis / Kim Bell / Judy Marino / Sue Lelli

I’m so glad you stop by today!:)

Thanks for joining us!

Happy Stamping!


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{Inspire Me Friday} Clean and Simple Christmas

Hello, everyone!  It’s time for my next  {Inspire Me Friday} post using the new release set, Sketchy Christmas.  I sure hope you have gotten your hands on this set because I am LOVING it!

I don’t know what it is about the simple triangular tree image in this set, but I can’t resist paper-piecing with it!  It is such a great way to use up scraps of Christmas paper in my stash, and it couldn’t be easier to fussy cut!

I stamped the main sentiment, then stamped the trees above it.  After paper-piecing the trees, I decided to add another smaller sentiment from the “Oh So Fun” stamp set…isn’t it perfect for Christmas, too?  I think so!

A strip of black and white washi tape finished off this clean and simple card…easy to make and easy to mail!

I hope you enjoyed my card…thank you so much for stopping by today!

My blog: Judy’s Card Corner

{create it wednesday}… More Merry Christmas!

Happy Wednesday Precious Remembrance Shop fans!!  Rosemary here with another card to share using the Sketchy Christmas stamp set.  I am obviously in a traditional red and green Christmas card mood, lol!!  Some of that has to do with the fact that I’m trying to use what I find close by in my little crafty area and one of the things I found was a piece of polka dot patterned paper in an olive green color.    I grabbed a piece of red and white patterned paper, some inks in corresponding colors, some dies and I was ready to create.   The layout is based on the current Sweet Sunday Sketch so I will be posting my card there.

The sketch is pretty straight forward.   I layered up the patterned papers on my white cardstock card base and then after die cutting the white circle stamped the tree.  A little sequin snowflake was added to the top of the tree.   The sentiment strips were stamped in red ink, trimmed out and adhered to the tree.  A little bit of Diamond stickles was added to the base of the tree and dots added to the tree for a bit of sparkle.  Super simple and easy to reproduce in other color schemes.

Thanks for stopping by today…

hey there… rosigrl 


Design It Monday ~ {Polka Dot Trees!}

Hello and welcome to another Design It Monday! Today’s card features the Sketchy Christmas Stamp Set once again. This time I used the triangle tree on some patterned paper. Polka dot trees in red, cream, and aqua…yes please!

After stamping the trees on the DP, I trimmed them out then added them to the die cut doily. The center tree is popped up for added interest. This was popped onto a vintage cream card base wrapped with twine. Love the double bow! I stamped the little arrows on the end of the sentiment for something fun and unexpected. Speaking of the sentiment, Dyane’s double font is fantastic and I love the long tail on the end of the “s”!

Thanks so much for stopping by today. The ever sweet Rosemary will be back on Wednesday with something extra special to share I’m sure!


Merry Christmas by Jen Mitchell!

I am really loving the sketchy trees in this set.  They are perfect for doing some stamping off which is exactly what I did with my card.  I chose a traditional green color and stamped the tree once to get the deeper color image then immediately stamped the tree again to give the softer tree in the background.  This sentiment, which reminds me of a label maker, is perfect for hanging off the edge of my layers.  I added sequins and some snowfall in the background because what Christmas tree design is complete without some snow?

Stamp Set: Sketchy Christmas

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Saturday Creations ~ {Pretty in Pink}

Today I have a card to share that I made with the FABULOUS Precious Remembrance Sketchy Christmas stamp set.

I made a mini piece of art with Ken Oliver’s Color Burst in Merlot.  Then I stamped the trees and the scribble in Versamark and embossed with white embossing powder.

I thought it was so pretty and I didn’t want to detract from it so I distressed the edges and mounted it on a BG of watercolor paper.  Than I mounted this on a kraft card and added sequins:

Perfectly “artsy” and one layer to mail!  Now I only have to make 99 more!

I hope you purchase this PR Sketchy Christmas set.  There are just so many possibilities to create something Fantastic!

Thanks for stopping by!

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Project Thursday ~ Holiday Gift Pocket

Hello & Happy Thursday!!  I’m here today with another Project Thursday creation to share.  This is my first of a couple of Project Thursdays showcasing the new holiday stamps set ~ Sketchy Christmas

For my project, I made a gift pocket from a plain white treat bag.  I folded the bag in half and used Scor Tape to adhere the sides together.  This creates a couple of “pockets”.  I made a matching ornament/tag that tucks into the pocket.  I embellished the pocket with some paper, ribbon, twine, and sequins.  There is room in the pockets for many different types of small gifts for the holidays – cash, gift cards, candybars, etc.

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