Quick & Easy: Last Minute Christmas Card #5

Hi stampers! I hope you’re having an amazing holiday weekend!:) Today I’m sharing our last card for the Quick & Easy Last Minute Christmas Card using our bits & pieces -Oh Christmas. Woohoo! We did it! 🙂

If you missed the first 4 cards, you may check it here:

Quick & Easy: Last Minute Christmas Card # 1

Quick & Easy: Last Minute Christmas Card # 2

Quick & Easy: Last Minute Christmas Card # 3

Quick & Easy: Last Minute Christmas Card # 4

This card is so much fun! I added some scribbles for the background using the stamp from our Happy Art stamp set.  And then added the sentiment from the bits & pieces. Rounded the corners and done!

I hope all of these cards inspired you to create something quick but special for the upcoming Christmas.:)

Don’t forget ~ our Thanksgiving Sale is still going on until tomorrow Nov.27. 🙂 Perfect time to grab those goodies on a great price!

Thank you so much for joining me today. 🙂

Happy stamping!


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Announcement: Thanksgiving Sale!

Hi stampers! Tomorrow it’s Thanksgiving Day here in the USA. Happy Thanksgiving to our friends who’s celebrating this fantastic holiday! As part of this celebration, we are having a Thanksgiving Sale in the shop. It starts from Nov.23-27,2017. A perfect time to grab you favorite stamps & other fun products in a really great price.


Thank you so much for your support over the years.

Have a fun holiday & happy stamping!:)


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Quick & Easy : Last Minute Christmas Card #4

Happy Monday Stampers! Wow! We are so close in completing our 5 quick & easy Christmas cards using our brand new Bits & Pieces – Oh Christmas collection.

If you missed the first 3 cards, you may check it here:

Quick & Easy: Last Minute Christmas Card # 1

Quick & Easy: Last Minute Christmas Card # 2

Quick & Easy: Last Minute Christmas Card # 3

Without further delay, here is my 4th card, I hope you like it!

I will be back with my last card soon!:)

Thanks for joining me today.


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Scrapbooking Layout + Video Tutorial: Too Cool by: Missy Whidden!

Hello again, friends!  Missy here, and I have a fun abstract layout to share today.  Do you have any stamps that you don’t think you’ll ever have a use for?  For me, it’s the coffee cup stamp from the Coffee Love Stamp Set.  I don’t drink coffee, so I probably would never use it on a project.  I decided to challenge myself to use it anyway!  I went artsy and abstract with it, and I love how it turned out.  I used watercolor paints again instead of ink pads.  I began by randomly stamping the coffee cup stamp over and over using different colors.  I overlapped them and just made a colorful background.  I used another sheet and stamped the coffee cup using black archival ink.  I used the watercolors and ink sprays to add lots of shading and colors.  Once everything was dry, I used several punches and punched lots of circles.  You would never know what these stamps were in the beginning, so it really doesn’t matter what stamps you use for something like this!

Here you can see how awesome these random circles turned out.  Look at the difference in stamping with an ink pad versus watercolor.  It’s fun to get that wet and artsy look with the paint!  You really can’t mess this up, either.  It’s very easy to do.  I added more watercolors and ink sprays to the background and also machine stitched with black thread through some of the circles.

By punching out the circles, I had instant embellishments.  And each one is unique since I used several stamps.  In addition to the Coffee Love Stamp Set, I also used a few stamps from the Blossom Stamp Set.  I added some gold Color Shine, too, which is really fun.  I used some older American Crafts alpha stickers for my title and added in some sequins from SpiegelMom Scraps.

Here on the right side, I created a little circle cluster.  That “LOVE” piece is a die cut from the Love Coupon Bits & Pieces pack.  They’re perfect for using as embellishments or titles.  I added in some pink tangled thread and a few small Shimelle stickers.

I used a few more die cuts here from the Journey Bits & Pieces pack.  These are great for adding the date and adding fun sentiments to your project.  I love the typewriter font!

This was a lot of fun to create.  Those circles were really easy to make with all the stamps.  I hope this inspires you to get abstract and random with your stamps and create something unique and colorful!  Be sure to check out my process video to see how I created this page.

Thanks for stopping by, and have a great day!


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Fall Colors : Bits & Pieces | Stickers – Projects!

Hello stampers! I hope you’re having an amazing week so far. Are you lovin’ the weather? How about the colorful trees? It has been nice and cool around my area, leaves are falling and some trees are still changing colors. Just lovely!

Here are some project inspiration for you to feel the magic of fall colors using our bits & pieces as well as stickers. With the Thanksgiving coming up I hope this will inspire you more to create something special for the upcoming holiday.♥



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Thank you so much for joining me today.

Stay tune, we have more projects coming!:)


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Create It Wednesday ~ Wrapping Paper Ideas

Happy Wednesday! I hope you’re preparing to use your crafty ideas to jump into the holiday season. I adore customizing my Christmas present wrappings. It shouldn’t just about what’s on the inside of the paper, let’s see what we can do to the paper 🙂 I’m using the {Happy Mail} and {Oh Christmas} stamp sets for today’s collabo.OhChrHappyMail gift

I’m sure you never have leftover wrapping paper after the holidays right….ha! For this project, I use the bright white, ready to be decorated, reverse side of my leftovers! Because the surface is usually slick and shiny, I use solvent/archival quality inks like Staz-On or Archival Ink.

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Wrap the gift, but don’t tape anything down yet. This is super important! Just crease all of the edges so that you can see the area you want to stamp. Most presents aren’t sturdy enough to allow for a crisp image to be stamped directly onto a wrapped gift, so you’ll need to lay it on a flat desk or table to do your stamping. I used the pine sprigs and date from the {Oh Christmas} Stamp set and the tag, “open me”, and “special delivery” from the newest stamp set {Happy Mail}. And because I looooove embossing powder, the tag is done with both gold and green to match!

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I hope you look at your leftover wrapping paper in a whole new light! Thanks for stopping by and I hope you “create it” in your own crafty way!


Eyes Wide Open Arts

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Let It Snow! by: Amy Tsuruta

Hello, I’m back featuring my final project as a Guest Designer for the Precious Remembrance Shop!

Today I’m playing with: Oh Christmas, Fall Colors, Coffee Love.

Here’s a quick gift wrapping idea.  I’m a big fan of treat bags and the plain kraft ones are the best for stamping!  Team it up with a card and instant giftie!

I love to give + receive gift cards.  I’ll be the first one to say that I generally tuck them inside a card.  If you slip it inside stamped packaging, it takes it up a notch.  This bag didn’t take long at all to embellish.  The stamps are from the Oh Christmas stamp set.  The speckles are from the Fall Colors set and have been heat embossed in white.

My card combines the Oh Christmas + Coffee Love stamp. A pop of green puts it right into the festive spirit of things.

Thanks so much for stoppin’ by today!!!!  A big shout out to Precious Remembrance for having me as a guest designer these last couple of month!  Make sure you check out the Precious Remembrance Shop blog!


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Inspire Me Friday ~ Holiday Gift Card Holder

Hello, everyone!  It’s Judy here, stopping by with my final project for the “Happy Mail” release.    Have you gotten your hands on this fun set yet?  I do hope so!

Now that Halloween has passed, I will slowly begin working on cards and projects for the holidays.  Today I focused on making a holiday-themed gift card envelope.  I don’t know about you, but I find we give a lot of gift cards as gifts each Christmas!

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I die cut the gift card envelope, then masked the edges.  I stamped the “TO” and “FROM” using the “Happy Mail” set, then took small pieces of masking paper and covered spaces below each heading.  Next, I inked the entire front using Antique Linen distress ink.  After inking, I removed the masks.

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Finally, I stamped the tree from the “Sketchy Christmas” set and added colorful Stickles all over as decorations.

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This holiday project was quick and easy and could easily be mass produced.  Do you ever make gift card holders for the holidays?

I hope you have been inspired by the amazing cards and projects shared by the Precious Remembrance Shop design team.  We’d love to see what YOU create!

Thanks for stopping by!

JUDY_DT PRSJudy’s Card Corner

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Quick & Easy : Last Minute Christmas Card #3

Hello stampers! I hope you had a fun trick or treat last night!:)  Yay! my kids had a blast, and now time to eat those candies & chocolates.lol Eeeek!

I’m back with my 3rd card using our brand new Bits & Pieces – Oh Christmas collection for our Quick & Easy: Last Minute Christmas Card inspiration.

If you missed the first 2 cards, no worries, you may check it here:

Quick & Easy: Last Minute Christmas Card # 1

Quick & Easy: Last Minute Christmas Card # 2

Today’s project is super simple.:) After choosing your background paper. I just combined 3 stars and the sentiment from the collection.

There are 3 sizes of stars to choose from and has 2 color options.

Easy right?:)

I hope you got inspired for today’s project.

Thank you so much for joining me. We have 2 more to go! Stay tune!:)


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Scrapbooking Layout + Video Tutorial: Leaf Hunter by: Missy Whidden!

Hello again, friends!  Missy  here, and I am sharing a new layout using the cute mason jar stamp from the Oh So Fun Stamp Set and a small stamp from the Date Stamp Set.  I also used a few of the die cuts from the new Love Coupon Bits & Pieces pack.  I’ve had my eye on the mason jar stamp for a while, but I never really know how to incorporate it onto my layout.  So I decided to just dive right in and use it and make it work for me.  I was in the mood to use watercolors, so I pulled them out and applied it straight to the stamp using a brush.  I love how it came out.  The watercolor look creates a messy effect and doesn’t leave a perfectly crisp edge.  That’s what I love about it!  I used two photos of my daughter looking for leaves because the colors matched.  Leaves and mason jars really don’t have anything in common, but I just liked how it all came together.

Here you can see how beautiful the watercolor looks.  This was a lot of fun to do, and it’s a great way to use your stamps in a different way.  I like to stamp on scrap paper, fussy cut the image out and use it as an embellishment.  I was able to arrange all the jars where I wanted them instead of stamping directly on to the background paper.  Once I stamped the jars, I came back in with my brush and added some shading to make the jars look more realistic and dimensional.  I also added some splatters after gluing them down.  I also added a bit of machine stitching through them all with white thread.  Here you can also see the circle/heart die cuts I added in.  I also fussy cut a few butterflies from a Paige Evans Turn the Page paper to scatter around the page.

I used some Bella Blvd alpha stickers for my title, which I decided to keep small.  Another fun aspect of stamping, watercoloring and fussy cutting is the dimension.  When the shapes dry, they naturally curl up.  That allows for the image to rise up off the page like this.  I love that!

I added a few subtitles here and there from a few sticker sheets that went with my photos.  I really love how the rainbow effect turned out here.  You can easily mix and match colors as well by painting on a few colors at a time onto the stamp.  It would be easy to create an ombre effect with this stamp.

Here’s one more close-up of the stamp’s detail.  The watercolor picked up those details but still blurred them out a bit.  This would look completely different if you stamped with an ink pad.  So don’t be afraid to change things up and get a little messy with your paints!  You could get a different look with acrylics as well.

I hope this inspires you to try watercolors on your stamps.  It was a lot of fun, and I didn’t want to stop stamping those mason jars!  Be sure to check out my process video if you’d like to watch how I made this page.

Thanks so much for stopping by!


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