Meet Our Guest Designer!

Hello everyone! I hope you’re having an awesome morning so far.^_^ First things first, If you missed my announcement which I posted in facebook, we are now open for wholesale. How exciting!^_^ Please let your local craft store know about us, USA and International retailers are welcome. Wouldn’t it be nice if you can just get your favorite Precious Remembrance Stamps just around the corner?♥ That would be awesome! We are also open for online stores that would like to carry our stamps. You may contact us here. Thank you again for your support!♥

I’m also here today to introduce our next guest designer, let me tell you, I’m a fan of her! Her handmade papercrafts are sooooooo cute!♥ I always enjoy visiting her blog, and I am so excited that she’s finally here to share her take on the newest stamp set Little One.

Please welcome Nicole Gavaldon. She’s the designer and owner of Unify Handmade Shop in Etsy.

Welcome Nicole!!!!^_^


Hello! My name is Nicole, I live in Los Angeles County, I’m a small business owner, and I love to craft! I’ve been a crafty person since a very young age; however, I’ve just recently discovered the world of paper-crafting, and I can’t get enough of it. I make a lot of the same paper decorations and cards in my shop on a daily basis, so I love taking a small amount of time out of my day to create something just for fun, and those are the projects that usually get shared on my blog.  Making things just for fun is what gets me through the day, and I’m so grateful that there are always places I can share them on the web.

Make sure to stop by on her blog too to see her work. And visit us again this coming Sunday, she will be showcasing her first project. I can’t wait!^_^

Oh! have you seen our freebies section?^_^

Thank you so much for joining us today.

Until our next project, have a great day!


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Project Thursday {star launch}

Hey there! Clare here today with a fun boy card using the Little One stamp set!

It’s kinda funny, because I usually have a hard time making any kind of masculine card, and so far every card I’ve made using this adorable stamp set is boy themed. 😉

I had a fun time using up some skinny strips of cardstock to create a sort of launch pattern in the background – gives an otherwise simple card a little pizzazz. 😉

Sometimes it’s fun to let the stitching on cards be a little wonky and not absolutely perfect – adds a bit of charm, I think.

Thanks so much for stopping in with me today!


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Tuesday Ideas {a star is born}

Welcome to “Tuesday Ideas” with me, Kim. I hope everyone in the USA had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend. I sure did!

I have another card idea to share with you featuring the newest stamp set, Little One. This time, I combined the Calendar stamp set with Little One to create a personal card for baby.

I know of a little one who will be born in June. Since I don’t know the exact date, I thought it would be nice to stamp the addition of the date on the calendar once she is born. That way it will make a great souvenir to save in baby’s scrapbook. I added the month of June to the top of the calendar and a row of little pink hearts. To fill the space below the calendar, I added rows of dashed lines.

I added the adorable bear image from Little One and a sentiment to announce “a star is born.” Of course, adding white trim and a delicate paper doily make it perfect for such a tiny sweet baby.

I hope you enjoyed my card today! So glad you stopped by.

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Baby Gift Tags / Note Tags

Hello everyone! Dyane here. ^_^ If you followed the blog since last year, you probably remember this gift tags/note tags tutorial that I posted. That was so fun to make! So I thought to create something similar using the newest set Little One. I hope you’ll enjoy!

Before I go into details of each tag, let’s take a quick look on all 4 tags that I made. Here we go!^_^

Yay! What do you guys think?  Do you like it so far?^_^ Ok, so let me start with the different shapes of my tag.  I used my cricut to make those tags, I only have few cartridges but I’m so glad they have tags included. They are all cut in 3″, pretty good size for a gift tag or simply add it on the top of your card base.

One of the reason why I love adding baby borders on most of our collections, is because it’s an instant element that gives a nice touch on your projects. I combined all of the borders and splatters from Little One, Positive Thoughts, Christmas, and Mom & Dad stamp sets. Using different colors of ink pads will surely brighten up your project.

I don’t own any colored markers, if I do need to color small parts I always borrow my daughter’s colored pencils(heehee). But, I do have different papers to play with, so why not use it? Paper piecing is a great option for me. Aside from giving more texture to the image, I was able to use my papers more than usual.(lol)

On to my first tag, I stamp my image first, then paper pieced it.  Added some fun borders on the top and bottom, I thought it would be interesting to add my sentiment on the side too. For my polka dots I used the same ink as my sentiment, but I stamped it first on a scratch paper and then stamp it on my tag to get a lighter color. Then added my fun splatters.

Here I stamped my sentiment using an emerald green ink, color of the year!^_^ I added dimensionals on this to pop out.  And to add more colors, I have a piece of scrap paper left laying on my table, so hey! I thought I’ll throw it on my tag as well and join the fun!^_^

Photopolymer stamps are so fun to work with, because you can position them anywhere you want. Here I bent my dashed line border to have that curved look, as well as my sentiment.^_^ I used my scraps again in making my banners and then staple it on the top, I did use some dimensionals for these as well so that it’s higher that my sentiment below it. I really love my stamped polka dots.♥

And lastly, my baby bear, the cutest thing ever! I stamped it on a piece of orange patterned paper first, and then I stamped another bear on a green patterned paper, but this time I wiped off the ink  on the “I ♥  Hugs” sentiment on his tummy, that way I can stamp the “Bundle of joy” sentiment instead. I cut out the tummy part of the green paper, and placed it over the orange paper. I paper pieced the bow as well.^_^

Yay!  I really like the color combination of green and coral for these tags.

May these projects inspire  you to create something  today.

Thank you so much for joining me.

Have a great day!


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Inspire Me Friday {Welcoming Baby}

Hello, everyone!  Happy to be with you today, sharing another creation using the ‘Little One‘ set!   I’ve used some papers from Simple Stories, a sentiment from the set, and a few other little embellishments to help create a sweet little scene to welcome Baby…

As you can see, I turned the sentiment into a little banner, hanging it from a Maya Road veneer branch.  To that, I added a little Memory Box bird die cut.  Instead of clouds in the background, I stamped the little open heart from the ‘Friend‘ stamp set several times.  A few other little embellishments finished off the scene!  I always have fun creating happy little scenes like this, so I hope you’ve enjoyed it!!!  Hope you’re having fun with your set, and sure appreciate you checking in today!!!


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Create It Wednesday {You can do it!- Stamping on vellum}

Hi everyone! It’s Natt Smith here with you today with my first project post on Precious Remembrance blog.

Today’s project is a card that you can give to anyone you love.

On this card I use ” You can do it ” sentiment from Positive Thoughts stamp set.

I just love how this stamp set came with so many encourage sayings.

Let’s take a look at my card shall we ?

It’s really easy to make. Only a few steps.

Here is my supplies and tool.

– White card base

– Yellow diagonal stripe paper

– Positive Thoughts stamp set

– Stars vellum paper

I started with cutting a wide stripe of yellow diagonal paper.

Adhere on to center of card base.

Then cut vellum paper and adhere on top of it to soften down yellow color.

Now we come to tricky part of this card.

Stamping on vellum !

Since there is no other color that I wanted to put-on this card more than this mint green color and I couldn’t find any other ink that could stamp on multi surface so I have to stuck with this ink.

For a rookie stamper like myself it’s really hard to leap my hand stable when I place stamp on to slick surface.

I took me about 4 tries to get it perfect.

But its finally works!

Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you enjoy !


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Design It Monday {Shake it Up}

When I first saw the new Little One set with the cute teddy bear and his little round tummy, I knew he would be turned into a shaker card in my near future! It’s been an eternity since I’ve made one of these, but had the best time doing so!

My process was a very basic one. I stamped the bear onto a white panel, then used a circle punch to cut out the tummy. This was followed with the coloring and paper piecing. Next I adhered a piece of acetate to the back of the bear panel. I surrounded the cut out circle with foam tape, added my sequins, then backed everything with another white panel. Voila!!

Next, of course, came the designing of the card. Tiny polka dot butterflies flutter about the bear wishing a congratulations on the new arrival. Thanks for visiting us today!

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Thank You Cards {One Layer}

Happy Sunday everyone!^_^ I’m sure you’re enjoying a cup of coffee in this beautiful morning. Well,me too!♥

Popping in today with few cards that I made the other day. I can’t get enough thank you cards, how about you?

These cards are pretty artsy. What do you guys think?^_^ I love the mix of fun colors and those splatters are just so fun to stamp!

( Stamps: Thanks and Positive Thoughts )

Are you seeing another non-kraft card from me? lol I know I use a lot of kraft paper for my card base. But look at those pretty pastel splatters, they look so sweet on a white paper.

Most of our collections have fun borders included, it’s because I love adding elements on my cards. I hope you’re enjoying it too!  You’ll see more of it in our future stamp set for sure.♥ Those border stitch that you see in this card is from our Christmas Stamp Set, looove the borders on that set. ♥

( Stamps: Christmas , Positive Thoughts , Thanks )

I hope I inspire you today. Now it’s your turn to ink up your Precious Remembrance Stamps and have fun playing!

My next projects will be using our newest set “Little One“, so stay tune for that.

Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy the day!


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you’re the best {saturday creations}

I still don’t have the newest Precious Remembrance set, but that doesn’t mean I can’t provide a little inspiration with some of our older sets.

I used “positive thoughts” and “mom & dad“, along with some lawn fawn speech bubbles  to create this fun little card.

True story: I actually created this card for the 10 minute craft dash this week, but ran into two problems.

  1. it took me closer to 30 minutes to get this one done, and
  2. i should have looked up the color palette before I got started.  making a card in 10 minutes in hard enough!  it should just be a free-for-all every time *wink*

Sooo, I made another card for the dash (you saw it *here*) and I’m sharing this one today.

 I hope you like it!

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Project Thursday {Fuzzy Wuzzy}

Click here to see Dyane’s 10 Minute Craft Dash Card.
“…was a bear; Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair; Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn’t fuzzy…or was he?”

Have you heard the above silly rhyme before? It always tickled me pink when one of my friends said in a super funny voice. 😉

Anyways, as I was thinking about what in particular I should write about for today’s card, that just kinda popped in my head, and I thought I’d just go with the flow. ;)Meet my Fuzzy Wuzzy…

I used the adorable Little One stamp set to stamp the bear on some fuzzy acetate I had..

You can kinda see the fuzz a little bit better here – this Fuzzy Wuzzy bear actually is fuzzy. 😉

Thanks for stopping in today and I hope you enjoyed my silly post!


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