Foiled Gift Tag by Erica Thompson!

Hello and Happy Saturday! Erica back with you today to share my last project as Guest Designer! I have had so much sharing with you all and I hope you have enjoyed all my projects! I have said this over and over but I really do love all of the stamps from PRS! I get so much use out of them and that is really important to me! Today I am using the Daily Thoughts and Positive Thoughts stamp sets!

I wanted to create a simple tag to add to gift and treat bags! I knew I wanted to use the cassette image from Daily Thoughts but instead of just stamping it out I thought it would be fun to add some gold foil!

Now in order to add foil using my Minc machine I needed to make sure the image was printed with my laser printer. I stamped the image out on a piece of white cardstock and took a photo of it. I then uploaded the photo to my computer and opened it up in Silhouette Studio.

Once it was in Silhouette Studio I resized the image and filled an 8.5×11 sheet with the image. I sent it to my laser printer and then cut our the images. Now they are ready to be sent through the Minc machine for some foil!

This is so easy to do and can be done with other stamped images! I just wish I had more colors of foil in my stash!

I went ahead and foiled all the images that I printed and cut and now I have some super cute tags to use! I can add different sayings onto the cassette as well with stamps or stickers! For this project I used the Positive Thoughts stamp set and stamped the word Hello onto the cassette!

I also added a pretty black doily and some cute polka dot tissue paper! I clipped the tag onto the bag with a gold paperclip that I added some ribbon to. So quick and simple!


I love this technique and hope you give it a try! Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today! Don’t forget to follow Precious Remembrance Shop on Facebook and Instagram so you can stay up to date on their next release! I know I can’t wait to see it!

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Create It Wednesday~Valentine Wrap

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Greta here with a fun wrapped card to tell someone how much you care about them.


Here are the steps and some pictures to show you how to make this card.  Begin by cutting a piece of pink cardstock into a 4×8 inch panel.  The size is determined by the size of the circle die which in this case is 4 inches.  Measure 2 inches from each end and draw light pencil lines.

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Next use the circle die for partial die cutting on each end.  The pencil line shows you where to position the top cutting plate so only the outer half of the circle will cut.

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Score the pencil lines & then erase them.  Make a white 3 7/8 inch square white top-folding card to attach to the center of the wrap.  Stamp the front of the card using hearts from Love Coupon and Positive Thoughts stamp sets.

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Dry emboss the inside of the card and cut a small rectangle from left over pink cardstock, rounding the corners.  White emboss the cassette tape from the Daily Thoughts stamp set onto pink and white printed paper and fussy cut. PRS Val 5

Attach the stamped image to the cardstock rectangle and to the center of the card.  Add a couple of the sentiment strips from the Daily Thoughts Bits & Pieces.

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To keep the card shut, cut a strip of vellum 3/4 inch by 8 1/2 inches.  Wrap it around the card so it’s loose enough to slide on and off and tape the ends together in the back.  Die cut a black cardstock circle just slightly larger than the circle sentiment from Daily Thoughts Bits & Pieces, glue together & attach to the center of the vellum wrap.  You can write your message on the back of the pink cardstock.

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Hope you’ve enjoyed this tutorial and are inspired to make a wrapped card.  Be sure to check out all the great products in the Precious Remembrance Shop.  You can keep up with us on  Facebook , Pinterest , Instagram , & Youtube.

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Black & White Card by Erica Thompson!

Hello PRS fans! Erica back with you today and I am excited to share another project with your using the Daily Thoughts stamp set! I also used the Positive Thoughts stamp set on this card!

I knew when I first saw the Daily Thoughts stamp set that I wanted to try and do some paper piecing with the cassette tape! For this project today I kept everything black and white and I just love how it turned out because black and white are my favorite together! I pulled out some scrap papers from my stash that had polka dots and stamped the cassette stamp onto them and then cut them out. I pieced them together and used the Hi sentiment from Positive Thoughts stamp set and added it to the cassette! Simple card, simple colors but just look how cute it is!

I used white textured cardstock for my base and made it a top folding card. The white with black polka dot is a vellum paper from Pretty Little Studio and that black and white stripe ribbon!! I am heart eyes over this ribbon! I think this card would be perfect to give to a friend or a girl who is in her young teens! I think they would love the retro cassette and cool black and white! So many possibilities with the Daily Thoughts stamp set! I can not wait to share more projects with you! Remember to follow PRS on Instagram and Facebook for more inspiration and to stay up to date on new stamp/product releases! Thanks so much for stopping by today and have a wonderful day!

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Design It Monday ~ {Total Happiness!}

Hello and Happy New Year! Lisa here today with my first 2018 installment of Design It Monday. Today’s card is all about the stamping!

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I drew a couple of light pencil lines on a 4″ x 3 1/2″ rustic ivory panel to help line up the fun graphic images from the Totally Stamp Set. Next came the sentiment using a combination of images. I did some selective inking on the word ‘totally’ and ‘me/you’ (Totally) then added the word ‘happiness’ from the Blossom Stamp Set. After die cutting a pair of file tabs, I added two more words from the Totally Stamp Set.

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The design was modern and fun, but still a little too plain. So, I added a trio of flowers from the Blossom Stamp Set using a light green ink. I wanted the look to be subtle but add interest. To connect the rosy pink color throughout the card, I added the splatters (Positive Thoughts) using second generation stamping.

Just a little something funky and fun to brighten your day!

My Paper Tales

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CASology 5-Year Anniversary Celebration & Blog Hop!

Hi stampers! So happy you’re here!:) If you’re new to our page, welcome everyone!:) We are so happy to be part of today’s 5th year anniversary with CASology.:) Hooray!!! Congratulations Melissa!:) She’s the amazing creator of CASology and one of our previous talented designer. May you find tons of inspiration using different products, & I hope that you find some amazing project ideas using our clear stamps!♥ To keep updated with our projects, join us on our Facebook , Pinterest , Instagram if you haven’t.

Hop along, have fun, & win some amazing prizes. Happy stamping!:)

Our Cue Word is – Balloon.

Here’s the card that I came up with.:) I always enjoy images that can be use in different ways. They say, always think outside the box. Well, since I don’t have “balloon” stamp, I made my own using circles!Yay! These circle images are from our Positive Thoughts stamp set – which is use mostly as a background, and the A+ circle is from our School Days stamp set & I used 1″ circle punch so I can layer it over the other circles!

To make the “string” of the balloon, I stamped it using the borders from the School Days stamp set, as well as the “you are awesome” sentiment. And the images inside the circles are stamped using the Coffee Love stamp set & Positive Thoughts stamp set.

To add more interest, I stamped the arrow border on the side of the card using the Journey Stamp Set.

I added another sentiment below the card to complete and make this card perfect for a celebration! I used the letters from our Sketchy Alphabet stamp set.

Thank you so much for joining me today. I tried my best to make it clean & simple. But you know, it’s kinda’ hard to stop when you’re having so much fun stamping.:) lol

I hope you enjoyed my project!:)

♥ Dyane


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Here’s a closer look of the stamps that I used:

Positive Thoughts


School Days

Sketchy Alphabet


Coffee Love

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Create It Wednesday ~ {Sketchy Love Spinner Card}

Today’s Create It Wednesday project is one that I’ve been dying to make…a spinner card! The letters from the {Sketchy Alphabet} Stamp Set were perfect for making my sentiment the star attraction of the card.

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This was easier than I expected it to be. I stamped “I [heart] U” twice and die cut them so that I would have a front and back to my spinner. The hearts all come from the {Positive Thoughts} stamp set; for the trio of hearts, I did some masking and coloring so they would be solid black. I sandwiched my string between the two pieces and glued it into place with a strong adhesive.

I created the frame and and card front using the same nesting dies and assembled the card by layering my pieces onto the card in this order: plenty of adhesive, string and spinner stretched across the window, tan & white striped cardstock, then red and pink border. It’s really important to get the order right…ask me how I know 🙂

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If you want to see a quick clip of this card in action, click the link below for the YouTube video (it’s not a tutorial).

Hopefully, you’ll give the spinner card a try and find awesome sentiments using the {Sketchy Alphabet} stamp set letters to catch somebody special’s attention! Thanks for stopping by and have an awesome hump day!


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Design It Monday ~ {Happy Birthday!}

Hello and Happy Memorial Day! I don’t have a memorial card to share, but how about a birthday card! I’ve mixed images from several stamp sets with the numbers from the Sketchy Alphabet set.

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I created a mask then stamped the numbers inside the small jar from the Oh So Fun stamp set. The number 3 & 6 were placed close together and colored in to highlight the birthday being celebrated. My jar was fussy cut then placed over stamped images on a white panel. I used the grid-like tape from the retired Border Tape #1 set along with the circles from the Positive Thoughts set. I decided I wanted to add more of the aqua color inside the jar. The teeny heart from my Sweet Pea stamp set worked perfectly!

The sentiment and it’s frame (Oh So Fun stamp set) were added to a tag die cut then popped onto the card with foam tape. A couple of tiny rhinestones help to pull the gray colors together.

Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope this card brought a smile to your face today!


My Paper Tales

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Inspire Me Friday ~ Hello, Friend

Hello, everyone, and welcome to my first {Inspire Me Friday} post featuring the new release stamp set, Sketchy Alphabet!

I was inspired to play with various colors based on the patterned paper I used on my card base.  The nice thing about this alphabet set is the ability to color the letters any color you want!  I used colored pencils to match the various stripes on my card base.

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Using my Mini Misti, I lined up the letters to spell “friend,” and then added the “hello” on top from the Positive Thoughts set.  I added color to the letters using colored pencils. The layered flower mimics the colors in the paper and in my letters.

I hope you are enjoying the Sketchy Alphabet set and how versatile it is for cards and other projects!  If you have projects to share using Precious Remembrance Shop stamps on Instagaram or Facebook, be sure to add #preciousremembrancestamps so we can check them out!

Thanks for stopping by!

JUDY_DT PRSMy Blog: Judy’s Card Corner

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Saturday Creations ~ {Hi}

Happy Saturday!  I hope you have time this weekend for a little crafting!  Maybe this new PR stamp set, Sketchy Alphabet, will get your mojo working!

Today I have a FUN card for you:

000_4956I LOVE how you can use this set to make sentiments and how you can color the letters in.  For the tiny circles I used the period from this Sketchy Alphabet stamp set and for the larger circles I used the PR Positive Thoughts stamp set.  The squiggle underline for the word HI is from the PR Sweet Pea stamp set.


This is a card you need to hand someone in person because of that Gorgeous flower or if it’s for a special someone you can put it in a padded envelope and pay the extra shipping.  I know they will be excited to receive a card from you!

Thanks for stopping by!  I hope you like my card!

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AEI{heart}U! by: Rosemary Dennis

Hi everyone!!  Rosemary here for my first guest designer post on the Precious Remembrance Shop blog and I’m super excited to be here!!  Thanks so much to Dyane for asking me to be a guest designer!!  Have you seen the newly released Sketchy Alphabet stamp set??? It is super cute and very versatile!
For my card today I decided to use it in a way that is a little bit more elegant and created a card that would be perfect for an anniversary or a just because type of card.  I started by stamping all the letters in the alphabet on white cardstock using a light gray ink. I used my mini MISTI to do this to get a somewhat straight alignment of all the letters.  Once that was done I die cut the panel down with a rectangle die.  I then arranged the A, E, I, the heart from the Positive Thoughts set and the U on my MISTI and then stamped everything on vellum using VersaMark watermark ink.  Copper embossing powder was applied and heat set.  The strip was trimmed down and adhered to my main panel with rolled up glue dots.  I added some sequins that I had that are a pale copper color.  A piece of copper foil cardstock was die cut using the same rectangle die and then both pieces were adhered at angles to my light gray cardstock base.
Thanks for stopping by today!! I hope you enjoyed my project!
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