Showing posts from October, 2015

Rock Lobster Brentwood

Trick or Treat! Happy Halloween!

What a great weekend to launch Brentwood Owl in a lobster costume! This set comes with lots of great stamps for invitations, thinking of you and other types of projects.

My card was made using vellum paper (can you tell I bought a whole pack, not just one sheet - LOL) as the water and having Rock Lobster Brentwood poking his head up from the waves. I love the effect that you get from stamping/coloring on both sides of the paper.

You can find this set and much more at!

It's Deer Season

We interrupt this marriage FOR HUNTING SEASON
That is one example of the deer-themed sentiments you'll get with the Love You Deer! Clear Stamp set from  This set is great for nature projects, holiday, baby, any season and, of course, hunting projects.

I stamped the deer head on vellum and used a corner cutter to create  the places to insert the vellum for the card below.  Then colored it in with Copic markers and adhered the sentiment with pattern paper and brads.

Hop on through the other designers to see the amazing things they've created with this set!  You won't be disappointed.

JessicaChrissyVickieMariaAmanda - You are here!SharonJenniferJeanetteLeave a comment on Jessica's blog post and be entered to win this set!  See you next time!

Planner Stamps

This weekend the JessicaLynnOriginal design team is showing off what they created with the Calendar Planner Stamp Sets.  There are so many things you can use these images for!  I used a few from the Calendar Planner Stamp Set to create this bookmark.  

I colored the rainbows and sun with Copics and added a decal that reads, "Sending happy thoughts to brighten your day!"  It would be great for a little pick-me-up gift.

For my other creation, I tried my hand at using it on a calendar page.

The "to do" list with the hearts is great, and I love the fact there's an image to track how much water you've drank.  It's great to use for keeping track of appointments or creating a diary of memories.

What would you use it for?