Hi stampers! I hope you had a great holiday weekend!:)
Well guess what?:) I have a project to share. But before that, I just want to let you know that our newest collection is almost ready, in a few weeks or so, you’re gonna be blown away with tons of projects from the designers.♥ Oh can’t wait and more details will be announce soon!!!:)
Now onto my project. What do you guys think about this small tag? 🙂
Hi stampers!:) A couple months ago, designer Geri shared this adorablecard . And I knew right then that one of these days I have to try it out and make this one!♥ I think that is the sweetest coffee cups ever! don’t you think?:)
Happy Monday stampers! I’m here today sharing a really simple everyday card. No sentiments on this one, a little different I know, but the heart image from Mom & Dad stamp set, brings a lovely message for sure!♥
I thought this will make a cute set of cards, don’t you think?:) If you have a lot of extra paper, then this would be a great option for you to use them.♥ It all started from this paper, I chose inks that are close enough to match the colors of this paper. I’m pretty happy on how it turned out!:)
Oh I’m a happy stamper sharing this simple yet cute card! I hope you enjoyed it too!♥
Hi stampers! I’m so excited to share our new button colors! yay!♥ It’s been awhile since we released our first 4 colors. So it’s about time to add new ones!♥
As you may know, these colored buttons are exclusively hand dyed for Precious Remembrance Shop.
Each piece has it’s own shade, simply unique!♥ The size of these are the same 11mm, great size for your projects, it’s not that thick as well, so if you’re planning to use it on your cards, it’s mail friendly.
Hello, friends! I am excited to be back today at the Precious Remembrance Shop blog with my second Guest Designer post for this month’s new release. I am really enjoying New Day and I have been SO inspired by all the awesome projects by the design team so far this month.
So, on to my cards! I had fun stamping the sentiment repeatedly in different shades of ink for my first card…and I highlighted the last sentiment using the brush stroke stamp.
I added glitter (with a glitter pen) to each of the sentiments to add some subtle interest.
I used two stamp sets (“New Day” and “Positive Thoughts”) for my second card. The heart image was stamped onto patterned paper in Versamark ink and embossed with clear embossing powder, then cut out and mounted on the card. I love that you can combine the sentiments in this set…they look like they belong together, don’t they?
Thanks for stopping by today…I have enjoyed the opportunity to be a Guest Designer this month. I really hope you will visit the Precious Remembrance Shop and check out the awesome stamps available there…including “New Day.”
My mom likes shinny stuff so I had to add some fun stickles to this card. Just to bring an extra special smile. With a few layers and a couple pop ups.
This card is ready to bring a smile.
This is my last post as guest designer. It has been a true pleasure and I hope that I have inspired you. I am forever a Precious Remembrance Shop fan and will always have something to share. So make sure and check out my blog: My Clever Creations. Thanks for having me.
I just love this sentiment in the Precious Remembrance New Day Stamp Set! I LOVE the fonts, the splats and how it’s underlined! It is the inspiration for today’s card:
I used this fun patterned paper with the circles so I could use the circles from the stamp set that are the same shape and color family but just a little bit different ~ and it’s okay!
I added a tiny white line of molding paste and then hand cut some bow ties to mimic the patterned paper.
I think this would be a GREAT graduation card for a boy who maybe isn’t following a traditional path and has chosen to pursue something that he loves to do. I think we all know someone like that.
Tip of the day – to add interest to a plain white scalloped border, I used the two different sized circle stamps from the set to fill in each scallop and then to join the circles together. Then I stamped the sentiment on top of that. I love the way it turned out! Here it is again:
Here we are again at Project Thursday! I have another card to share using the newest Precious Remembrance Shop stamp set – New Day…
For my card (another CAS layout) – I die cut some pretty pink crepe paper and added some twine and a button to make a big flower. It is fastened to a black die cut notebook page. I just love pink and black together. I used the simplicity sentiment again and then “sprinkled” the card with some moonshine sequins.
Thank you for stopping by to check out my project!
Hi Stampers and welcome to another Tuesday Ideas. Today I’m sharing my second card with you using New Day.
Here is my card:
For this card I wanted to show you that you can create a really fun background using the large splatter stamp in the set. I didn’t want my card to look too busy, so I created a panel instead of covering the entire card front. By doing this it left me a great empty space for my sentiment. One of the things I love so much about this set is you can give your cards a totally different feel just by changing the colors.
I hope I have inspired you to create your own backgrounds and I wish you a wonderful day.