Stamping to Share Downline Swaps Part One

I have a very talented group of Creative Crafters in my Stamping to Share Downline and I am excited to share with you today and tomorrow some of the cards we've been exchanging with each other. Enjoy!!

This card by Laura is a Decorative Corner card. She used the stamp set called Remarkable You. I love the way she stamped and heat embossed the flower on our card stock vellum, colored it with markers from the back and then fussy cut. It's absolutely stunning!

This is what Laura's card looks like from the top. If you would like to try to recreate a card like this, just click on Decorative Corner Cards for all the information.

Karen created this card that uses the stamp set Beautiful Bunch and Vintage Leaves. I love how the flower and leaves stamped on the Typeset Specialty Designer Series Paper seem to emerge right out of the printing - very artsy and vintage-y!

Dawn created a Latch Card closure birthday card using the stamp set Sprinkles of Life with some new punches from the Occasions catalog called Party Punch Pack.

Here is a close up of the closure. Aren't those balloons just the cutest?

Faith's card is full of fun, color and confetti! Perfect for kids in the dinosaur stage! She used the stamp set No Bones About It along with the fern from Butterfly Basics.

Mychelle's card uses the stamp set called Watercolor Wings with the Bouncing Brayer Technique for this stunning card. The sentiment is from the Tin of Cards stamp set.

Stacey's card is an elegant black and white that uses Teeny Tiny Wishes with Petite Petals. The background is embossed with Lovely Lace and the ribbon is our luscious Stitched Satin in Basic Black.

Mary's card uses the new Confetti Embossing Folder with the Party Wishes stamp set. Notice the pretty frame around the candle that is also repeated behind the cake? She marker-ed up just the sprinkles in the Make a Wish stamp and look at the cute frame that makes when you take away the sentiment! I just love how creative my group is. Stay tuned for Part Two tomorrow!


Anonymous said…
Great to see all the talented stampers' designs! Each a great idea or technique.

Sue McNeill