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By April 29, 2017Uncategorized

I recently celebrated my 18th Anniversary as a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator and hit my $600,000 career sales milestone. That calls for a celebration!

Thank you to every single person that has been a part of this incredible journey. When I joined Stampin’ Up! 18 years ago I never imagined that I would still be doing this so many years later. I truly just wanted the discount!! It’s such an honor to be able to share card making with so many fabulous people like you.

18th Anniversary Giveaway Winner

It was so fun to read through all the comments about the last card you made and who you made it for. Gave me lots of ideas for more cards I could be sending out!

Our Giveaway Winner is…

Congratulations Denise! Enjoy your new crafting supplies!!

While I am grateful for all of the orders you place for stamping supplies my true hope is that you will use all those supplies to MAKE & SEND cards!! You have the opportunity to spread joy through your handmade cards so I hope that you will continue to make and send as many as you can.


Floral One Sheet Wonder Thank You Card

To help you make & send more cards, use coupon code: anniversary to SAVE 60% OFF ANY of my One Sheet Wonder Card Classes.

These classes will show you step-by-step how to use supplies you already have to make more cards quickly. Each class comes with multiple one sheet wonder templates, VIDEOS that show you exactly how to use them and TONS of card ideas to inspire you. 

No special supplies needed, just follow the templates and instructions using supplies you already have.

If you’ve never taken one of my One Sheet Wonder Card Classes, I recommend you start with the original One Sheet Wonder Class. Register Now and don’t forget to use coupon code: anniversary.

You’ll have instant and lifetime access to these classes so you can get started right away and go back to it whenever you want to. Sale ends Tuesday May 2nd at midnight. Does not include the One Sheet Wonder Card Club.


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  • Linda Fisher says:

    Made 20 Mother’s Day cards from the Oh So Succulent set…they came out awesome, if I don’t say so myself!!!

    • Paulette Jennissen says:

      I made a retirement card for out Nurse Practioner with the thank you cards I created from Paper Pumpkin with the leaves and sequins. She said I had talent and that the card was beautiful. I smiled and said thank you.

    • Nancy Rauch says:

      My Last card was a thank you note to a lady that lives in my condo complex. She was kind enough to let my husband borrow her car for the day so that I could help a friend get ready to fly back home to Atlanta. I did some layering and used green, cream and lavender card stock with a paisley background in the back and a banner with a flower stamp on the side. Congratulations on your 18 years.

    • Louann hunter says:

      I made a get well card 4-29-2017 for my Bosses Husband who had a Stroke that morning. I. Created a triple box card with the thoughtful branches stamp & dies as the saying on step at a time was the perfect sentiment. And thought in our hearts & prayers. A great set to have. Love the little birds.

    • Lynn McNamara says:

      Made 3 birthday cards and a sympathy card today. Can’t wait to give the birthday cards to my granddaughters and daughter-in-law. May 2 will be a busy day. Congrats on your 18 years. I have been using Stampin Up products for about 6 years now.

    • Susan Horn says:

      My last cards were made with the”going global” stamp set. Whisper white, night of navy & costal cabana cs, heat embossed the Big Dipper white on night of Navy, added sentiment ” I thank my lucky stars for you”. Simple but meaningful.

    • Linda Campbell says:

      Just finished 4th of July card from paper napkin! Absolutely love this process using glue, napkins and glitter. So enjoy sending cards to my family and friends. Congrats to you for your success!

    • Pam Hill says:

      I made a Mother’s day card with several things that are on the retired list….. makes my wish list really long.

    • Sandy Morris says:

      I made 2 Birthday cards , both were Z cards, I love making them!

    • Candace Brown says:

      The last cards I made were for Christmas!

    • Lupe Isola says:

      Sadly, had to make 2 sympathy cards.

    • Kristy Hicks says:

      The last card I made was an alternative thank you card using the April paper pumpkin kit, and a thank you card using some washi tape.

    • Donna meyer says:

      I made 25 thank you cards for my daughters baby using photos I took at the party and the bingo cards we used at the shower

    • Shannon says:

      This week has been cool and rainy here, so I brought out my supplies and made about 20 assorted cards. I made graduation, sympathy, Mother’s and Father’s day cards. I felt very accomplished afterwards. Weather looks the same for this week so maybe I’ll sneak in a card making day again!

    • Congratulations on 18 yrs. Thats so exciting! I moved ladt nov. Was at my job 23 yrs. Left to move closer to my parents. I made about 3 doz. thank you and missing you cards. Finally found a job with training and long hours its been taking awhile.

    • I made a simple but very cute baby boy shower card. The mom loves cupcakes. I had a cupcake print pretty paper. I wrote a simple message and stuck on some cute baby boy stickers. The mom LOVED it!


    • Cathy says:

      Made some cards with my new Pumpkin card kit. Also in a group that makes 5 cards a month. My favorite are flowers or ones you make that look like paintings.

  • Tanya Jenkins says:

    Last cards were for Easter. Made cards for my son and fiancee and friends. Just a variety, but I always like to sneak in a letter sticker for their initial:)

    Congrats on your 18 years!!! I went to my first Stampin’ Up party about that long ago 🙂

  • Robin Franks says:

    LAst card I made was to thank a lady for smiling at me st the dr office the clerk new I was in a lot of pain and just made me feel better.

  • Lorraine says:

    I made two birthday cards w swirly scribbles! Not sure if that’s the right name. It was fun and felt springy with mint macaron and so safron. I love stampin up!!!!

  • Darlene Reed says:

    Made a birthday card!! Congrats on 18 years and $600k

  • Connie Hobbs says:

    Coincidentally, my last card was an anniversary card using the Falling in Love suite of products: Falling in Love DSP, Falling in Love Cardstock Pack, So Detailed Thinlits Dies and the Falling Petals Embossing Folder. It is so pretty!!

  • Pam Stanberry says:

    Congrats on your 18 years!! I started about 12 years ago. The last batch of cards I made was for my workplace Rewards and Recognition event last week. Quarterly we give employees internal gift cards to use in the cafeteria and gift shop in recognition of their awesome customer service. I made 72 thank you cards with a tiny layered flower punch. Each card is a little bit different but with the same basic design for each quarter. Several people have been collecting them, so I think they like them. I really enjoy your ideas.

  • Denise Ward says:

    What a sweet way to commemorate your stamping anniversary!! 🙂
    Sadly I have not been card making this year. Either illness or back issues or “just life” has stood in the way. So I guess the last card I made was a January birthday card. I used my “Lovely as a Tree” stamps (my faves!!!) and also used some other stamps and dies.
    Happy Anniversary!

  • KathyG says:

    Last card I made was a congratulations card for my first-born nephew and his future bride…..I am such the proud Aunt! Already thinking about a special wedding card!
    Congratulations on your anniversary and all your success!

  • Wanda Rule says:

    Still new to card making, but I did manage to make a birthday card that I’m not too embarrassed to send! 😀

  • Tanya turner says:

    Last card I made was a thank you card for one of my first Stampin Up customers and biggest supporter.

  • Patsy says:

    I made my Easter cards, a 50th adversary card.

  • Sandra stauddy says:

    I made a dozen graduation announcements for my friends son that is graduating high school. I used his school colors of orange and black with a Celebrate theme dry embossed on the front. It was for a guy but I managed to use a bit of silver ribbon on it as well! Love my ribbon, lol I also made 2 birthday cards last weekend using the dragonfly dies and stamp set from SU, love that set!

  • Sherry Willis says:

    I’m currently making thank you cards. My dad passed away 3 weeks ago, so I’m making those using Thoughts and Prayers along with sentiment from Floral Phrases. In Marina Mist.
    Congratulations on 18 years!

  • Nancy Smith says:

    Today is my 22nd wedding anniversary. The last card I made was a special anniversary card for my sweet man! I used Frosted Medalians with sequins and bling.

  • Sharon Medearis says:

    I just made a wedding box card for my youngest granddaughter! Two tone teal in color. The wedding dress I put through the Xron and covered it in white glitter. Diamond rhinestone on the wedding ring.

  • Janet K Lamkin says:

    I made a birthday card for my daughters May 1st birthday. I am working on graduation card next. Love card making and thanks for the chance to win all of these goodies! Happy 18th year and sales goal accomplishment!

  • Heather Santo says:

    Last cards I made were thank you cards in pretty pastels for Spring with pop up letters!

  • Noreen Celeste says:

    The last cards I made were for Easter, but I need to sit down today and make a whole bunch of birthday cards. I’m a member of your OSW club and enjoy all the new templates and cards each month. Thank you for taking the time and effort to make all that up for us each month. I’m a hobby demonstrator myself, just for the discount, but I have a few friends that have ordered items from me, and I greatly appreciate it. Congratulations on your 18 years, and I hope you continue on for many more years. Keep up the good work, Jessica. And thank you for your inspirational words each day on Facebook.

  • Mattia rupp says:

    The last card I made was a happy birthday card using the stampin up tin of cards stamp set basic black ink

  • Linda Dale says:

    I made a triple fold card for a friends birthday. I made two cards bases at the same time. I finished off one as a birthday card and changed up the extras on the card for the other one and made it a get well card for future use.

  • Jennifer says:

    I made a sympathy card for a good family friend. Her husband of 35 years passed away unexpectedly. I also made 6 bday cards , thank you cards
    Need to do graduation but not noticed. All the ones I have to do (5) schools are all different colors.
    I have been using stampin up products for 21 years and lots I don’t know still
    LOVE LOVE Jessica’s info very helpful. Thank you

  • Joan Helvik says:

    I am in the process of making Mother’s Day cards for my Mom and all the Mom’s in the
    Nursing Home that she is in. They are such enjoyable people and so ready to visit.

  • Nikki Haun says:

    Awesome job! Congrats!!! Last card was a iron man birthday card! Thanks for the giveaway!!!

  • Beverly Boyles says:

    Congratulations Jessica on 18 great years with Stampin Up!!! The last card I made was a get well card for a very dear friend that just had brain surgery. I used the peach from Fresh Fruit and double sided paper from Fresh Fruit designer paper…used the peaches on the bottom part and flipped the paper for the top part…giving me yellow with soft dots…also used a doily and some peach ribbon…the card base was peek-a-boo peach!!! I thought it turned out very cheerful and happy to wish someone get well!!! Thank you for a chance to win some great looking crafty items!!!

  • Tammy Benoy says:

    The card I made was a confirmation card for my nephew. I had trouble finding one in the store that I liked-so I made one.
    It was fun and new experience for me.

  • Patricia Allison says:

    Happy anniversary, Jessica! How nice of you to celebrate with us!

    I made a gift set of cards with an old favorite, Painted Petals. Used Watermelon wonder and Crisp Cantalope, and added pretty butterflies. Great gift for the ladies ata spring brunch I will be attending soon. I love that about crafting… we can make beautiful, handmade gifts so quickly, and they are so appreciated!

  • Sheila Lane says:

    I just made two cards one for my Dad in the nursing home and a friend that is in the nursing home. Dad’s was made with Stampin Up hexagons dynamic embossing folder and tools and the other card was made with petite petals and flower shop. Thanks for sharing all
    your ideas and this great give away.

  • Sherry Pappan says:

    I made two birthday cards yesterday. Getting cards ready to give to my mother as a gift for Mothers Day. She is a elder at her church and sends cards out weekly. I try to keep her stocked. Thank you for all your inspiration.

  • Janie Thornley says:

    My last card was for a friend who has cancer and was going for a scan to see how she was doing. Thankfully, she is still doing well.

  • Catherine Alaniz-Simonds says:

    I made a get well bunny card for a friend that had foot surgery. The inside said, “Hope you are hoppin’ around real soon!”

  • Crystal says:

    My last card was welcoming my newest great niece, Eleanor. Happy anniversary….love your ideas.

  • Judy Larson says:

    I made a thinking of you card for a cousin whose fatherinlaw has taken a turn for the worse. I used the Embrace Life stamps for my card.

  • Judy Kearns says:

    Yesterday I was introduced to a new technique (new to me) of sanding an embossed card. It turned out lovely and I am using it for my nieces graduation from nursing school. She has earned a Masters Degree and will be an Registered Nurse in North Carolina.

  • Priscilla Joseph says:

    I’ve been busy making Mothers Day cards and birthday cards. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

  • Lenora says:

    Congratulations on your 18th anniversary. The last card I made was for my son’s wedding anniversary. It turned out very nicely and I used the Stampin Up oval dies.

  • Maggie wener says:

    I made 50th birthday invitations using cupcakes and carousels. It was a carnival themed party. I made 25 bags and tickets. The bag had handmade raffia from my left over SU scraps, popcorn, and the ticket with details on the party. They came out so cute and the birthday girl was surprised and loved the bag we set aside for her to keep

  • Mary Baker says:

    My last card was a birthday card using the pop up Balloon Adventures – couldn’t wait to use and was not disappointed.

  • Cindy says:

    Hi Jessica,
    My last cards were Easter for my granddaughters. I also make cards for Breast Cancer Survivors through our local chapter.

  • Laura Kauffman says:

    I made three Mother’s Day cards – for my mother-in-law and two daughters. They include a lot of detail work and I’m really pleased with them.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win that incredible looking group of craft supplies!

  • Anna Kalbarczyk says:

    The last card I made, was a “Thinking of you ” card… For our friend and neighbor, who has cancer. It was made with Bella and Friends, with a stay strong message, and to let their family know they are in our prayers. Not a happy event to send a card, but just to let them know they had my support.

  • Liz Alford says:

    The last card I made was a “I’m so proud of you!” card for my son. He was a rat on the Rat Line at Virginia Military Institute and needed a little encouragement. I used the mouse stamp from “Life in the Forest” to make a cute little rat. I got this idea from another VMI mom who loves Stampin Up! My son completed the Rat Line and is now a Cadet. He has also joined the Air Force – 4th generation in our family. So I would love to win the stamp set with old-fashioned plane – “Sky is the Limit” – I missed that when it was Sale-A-Bration last year.

  • Vicky Malin says:

    My “last” card is also my “current” card – a “Welcome to your new home card” for my daughter and her husband as they prepare to move into their first purchased home. Made with the SU bird punch, it’s a “birdhouse” using the SU hardwood stamp, and For the birds – a birdbath and flowers. A”Home Sweet Home” sign hangs over the opening into the birdhouse and the inside of the card simply says Welcome to your new home. The card will be accompanied by a 6″ white porcelain vase with some pink roses that was a gift to my husband and me on the occasion of our first home purchase! Seems appropriate to me. Thank you so much for the opportunity to share my card idea and the chance to participate in your giveaway…..Congratulations on your milestone; you’ve certainly earned it. I enjoy your e-mails.

  • Veronica McVicker says:

    Congratulations. Your last card was a birthday card with balloons. Thanks for being a great demonstrator!

  • Deanna Collins says:

    Congratulations! What a feat! Stampin’ Up is such a fantastic organization. I love all of their products and have a craft room that is full to exploding! I just a few minutes ago created a birthday card for one of my 3 yr old great-grandsons. He is into Ghost Busters this year and I printed out lots and lots of Ghost Buster pictures for him to color, along with some crayons all his own and a folder to keep them all in. I then printed out a photo of Slime and used it for the front of his card, so he can even color that! It is such a pleasure to be able to be creative and come up with something that is just perfect for the recipient. A couple of my grandchildren are virtuoso pianists and I found an adorable KEYBOARD card to make for each of them. Thanks for the opportunity to enjoy even more Stampin’ Up products if I should be the winner. Keep it up.

  • Barbara Scheans says:

    I made a card for my hubby’s birthday using the hot air balloon stamp set and die cuts. Congrats on your sales milestone.Ba

  • Rhonda Rushing says:

    I make cards almost everyday to keep a stash on had for sending. Last card I sent was a birthday card for my grandson. I use many techniques, but die cutting is my new favorite.

  • Lea Lanton says:

    Birthday card with butterfly framelits

  • Sue Hood says:

    I made several “Just a Note” cards for a friend of mine to use who sends out cards each week to several shut-ins or those recouperating from an illness. That’s one way I can help her because she sends so much encouragement and smiles to those who need it.

  • Maureen Riley says:

    The last card I made was a birthday card. I used my Big Shot to make an embossed background. I love my Big Shot.

  • LuAnn Andreasen says:

    The card I am creating right now is for our Cardmaking Club. I’ve called it “The Sky’s the Limit” and it utilizes sponge daubers to create a cloud background. Typically we have 30+ people show up to a class in which one of our club members demonstrates a card or technique. This week it’s my turn to be the “teacher.” I’ve received lots of GREAT ideas from your website.

  • Dana Davis says:

    The last card I made was actually at a Stampin’ Up party! It was so fun to sit with my friends and visit and be crafty! Congratulations on your milestones!!

  • Jennifer says:

    Congratulations!! I made a sympathy card.

  • Kathy says:

    My last card was made on Thursday for a birthday. I used Balloon Celebration to ink a burst of pastel balloons on the front and three vellum clouds made from the word bubbles framelits. The clouds were inked with soft sky blue. Looked great, if I do say so myself.

  • Beth says:

    Congrats on your big milestone. The last card I made was a set of Birthday invitations for my son’s 2nd birthday party. He loves “ump tucks” so I found a cute image online and printed it on my printer. I cut it out with my circle framelits and used Pacific Point as the base and mounted it on Crushed Curry embossed with the stars embossing folder. They turned out so cute!! Thanks for all the inspiration!!

  • Peggy says:

    My last card was Easter cards. I did around 15 cards for family and friends. I used the Cross the Happy Easter, and He is not Here He is risen. Was a fun card to make. I put vellum on top of stamped cross. I had never used it before but will again

  • Jennifer says:

    The last card I made was a birthday card using the Beautiful You Stampin’ Up! stamp set with blue and white paper.

  • Krista says:

    The last card I made was for my son’s year 12 graduation. I also helped my friend make her first card. It was also a graduation card.
    I used his school colours which are yellow and black. ( Go Leopards)
    I love they way they both turned out.

  • Kay Armbruster says:

    Congratulations on your 18th anniversary, Jessica!
    My last card was a thank you card. I colored the background with a dark pink Gellato, then wiped it with a Wet One, which left it looking soft & almost as if I had chalked it. I stamped the corners with a floral, viney stamp and added a sentiment in the middle. Had to add some bling, of course! It went in the mail yesterday. 🙂

  • kristin says:

    My last card was a thank you card made with the kinda eclectic stamp set. I made the leaves in pink pirouette and stamped the butterflies with rose red along with the saying. It was such a nice change from the usual green leaves. Love this set. Thanks Jessica for the great videos and blog. Happy anniversary. 🙂

  • MaryAnn Baumgarden says:

    This morning I was working on an anniversary card for my brother-in-law/sister-in-law. I used Sunburst die & embossed the outcome with a Herringbone design. I like the look of the cutout with it being embossed. Congratulations on your achievements & thank you for an opportunity to win some goodies.

  • Linda Clark-West says:

    The last card I made was a Thinking of You card for my neighbor that has terminal brain cancer. It was a One Sheet Wonder card and used the hot air balloon stamp and die with the idea of lifting up his spirits. Thirty-three is an awfully young age to face this, especially with a wife and 6 year old daughter.

  • Peggy Hendricks says:

    The last card I made was a “Wishing you a beautiful day” card. I needed to make a card with a beach theme. I tried lots of things to make the beach and water look good and finally used Crumb Cake, soft Suede and Pacific Point pastels and some white acrylic paint for the wave foam. I adhered 4 glitter-colored shells from Stippled Shells with Dimensionals. the beachy scene was mounted on Crumb Cake and the card base was Pacific Point. I know a lot of ways NOT to do this card, but the pastels worked well for the colors I needed. the inside note card was stamped with the beach/shell scene from Beautiful Beach. I know these are old sets, but they stamp beautiful images that were just what I needed!

  • Jennifer Lam says:

    I made a birthday card this morning with a dinosaur theme using the one sheet wonder template for April. It was perfect for the birthday boy’s party theme! Thank you for the chance to win some goodies!

  • Donna W says:

    Last card I made was an Easter card. Turned out rather well. I am now working on making rainbow cards with scrap paper. It is so much fun and so relaxing that lots of people will be getting rainbow cards in mail in the near future

  • terry gerrior says:

    I’ve made 12 cards using the Summer Silhouettes set. Simple and all the same with no sentiments. Will add sentiment when ready to mail.
    Congrats on the anniversary and for the chance to win some goodies!

  • Tricia Beall says:

    Wow 18 years. Most marriages today dont last that long, so congrats. The last two cards I made have been thank you cards. I have been in a rut and am hoping that summer brings a new crafting inspiration my way.

  • Verna Hardwick says:

    Congrats on 18 years and what an awesome giveaway! In February I made several Valentine’s cards and a birthday card; in March, a masculine birthday card, and in April made birthday cards for my daughter and grandson! The most fun one was for my 7 year-old grandson! He loves dinosaurs, so of course it had to be “No Bones About It!”. The colors I used were Chocolate Chip, Crumb Cake, Naturals White, and Old Olive!! Such a cute card and so easy to make!

  • Sandy Palmer says:

    Last card I made was a birthday card for my sons girlfriend! Congratulations on 18 years and thank you for sharing your talent with all of us!

  • Vielka says:

    The last cards I made where 2 confirmation cards and a very special baby card…. I love making cards and I have a order of 500 assorted cards for a very special client…..

  • Carol Martin says:

    The last cards I made were the sick and tired of being sick cards. Because we all know someone who needs one of these

  • Shirley A Hutchins says:

    The last cards I made were a birthday card for my son-in-love and a sympathy card for my family’s loss. I used colored pencils blending with gamsol, used dies to cut out the stamped images and embossed.

  • Debbie Wicklund says:

    The last cards I made were a bunch of the same card using different DSP with different greetings on them – Birthday-thinking of you-thank you-sympathy-get well. I made a bunch of different cards for the missionary box at church & some for my husband’s cousin. And I get my ideas from people like you, Jessica.

  • Carol says:

    I made a thank you card. I can never keep enough of those around. Happy Anniversary!!

  • mary ann kelly says:

    My last card that I made was a thinking of you card. Congrats on 18 years with stamping up

  • Vivian Haynes says:

    Made a retirement card for my brother using your fancy fold tutorial. It had a golf theme and one of the neatest cards I’ve made in a very long time. Thanks for all your inspiration Jessica❤

  • Catherine Shepherd says:

    The last card I made was a sympathy card for a very good friend that lost her dear mother. It seems I’ve made too many of those in the past year. I used the Love and Sympathy set in black and white.

  • JoAnn Smith says:

    I am in LOVE with the Special Reason stamp set and the thinlit dies that go with it!!! I have made Birthday, Anniversary and sympathy cards with it. These are the last cards I have made and sent out. I am in the process of making cards for my bible study group from the hot air ballon thinlite dies and paper. Can’t wait to show you when I am done!! You have made me so excited about stamping!!!!

  • Tami Elliott says:

    Thank you Jessica! The last card I made was an owl I colored with alcohol markers. It was a a blank note card. I use a color combo of pink, purple, and yellow.

  • Jean Purpura says:

    Congratulations on 18 years with Stampin’ Up!

    The last card I made was for my Daughter’s Birthday. It was all about Otters with silly sayings such as “You otter celebrate with cake.” I gave her a night away (I’ll keep the grandkids) with her “Otter Half” . In otter words the whole day was filled with “Otts” of love and fun!

  • Dale says:

    The last card was for a friend who was in the hospital. I stamped some flowers in a large vase. I used a wet brush on the ink after stamping to create a watercolor-look. It was my first attempt at this technique and it turned out really pretty. I intend to use the technique as it turns out so pretty and can be achieved in a short amount of time.

  • Barbara Burchard says:

    Congratulations on your milestone. The last cards I made were this past week. 24 Administrative Professional Day Thank You cards for the support staff in our school systems central office. I thanked them for holding us together decorating with decorative paper clips – also using several stamps and the papers I recently purchased from you site. I also made tags for the handmade stress balls using waterbeads for the same ladies. Thank you for all the quick and easy ideas & tips you provide the novice like me. I have been able to make many home made cards quickly in the last couple of months since I joined one sheet wonders. Just shy to post to the site.

  • Julia L Kleist says:

    The last card I made was an anniversary card for my parents’ 50th wedding anniversary. I used gold foil and rubber stamps to embellish the card.

  • Sherry Lowmaster says:

    Hi, congrats on your milestone! that’s quite an accomplishment! I just finished casing a card. It has hello on the front and I used stampin up products in place of her flowers and stamp. it turned out pretty.

  • Janice Voth says:

    I made a happy birthday shaker card with the clear medium envelope and sprinkles embellishments. It was super easy and colorful!

  • Marcia McCullough says:

    Congratulations on your 18th anniversary with Stampin’ Up! The last card I made was a birthday card for my sister, whose birhtday is tomorrow. I used lots a bright spring colors on it.

  • Theresa D'Amico says:

    Hi Jessica, congratulations on your 18th anniversary. Ths last card i mase was a birthdayvvard for ny friend Cyndi. I used the Hey Chick stamps. She loved it.

    Theresa D’Amico

  • Victoria Wolfe says:

    Congrats! I’ve been making Father’s Day Cards to sell. Found an old set that I love at the thrift store–Fly Fishing. Masculine cards can be so challenging!

  • Lena Norton says:

    Hi, my last cards were Easter cads for my 2 grandchildren and great nieces and nephews. I made them simple and colored them with the water color pencils. They loved them

  • Josie Gonzalez says:

    Made a birthday card for my significant others dad. I made it with the motorcycle with black and silver.

  • The last card I made was a birthday card. I used the Eastern Beauty bundle and made the DSP with the stamps and ink. Then cut the 8 1/2 x 11 piece of DSP using the April OSW template.

  • Mary Avina says:

    Love your ideas and Congratulations. The last card I made was a thinking of you card for a sick friend. Thanks for all your inspiration.

  • Debbie G says:

    The last card I made was a “Thinking of you ” card which I will be sending along with other cards to Children’s Hospital. I love Stampin Up products!

  • Nancy Farrell says:

    Hi Jessica, Happy Anniversary. Last card I made was a masculine birthday card for my nephew and I made it like a rugby shirt with blue and red stripes. I used Classic Tees and the dies. His birthday is Friday, Cinco de Mayo! He will be a new Dad in June too.

  • Emily Howard says:

    I made a welcome baby card for a friend who’s expecting.

  • Karla says:

    Congratulations on 18 years in Stampin Up! The last card I made was a 50th wedding anniversary card. The base of the card was white. Then I added three different designed gold washi tape and added a gold glittered butterfly from the butterfly die cuts.

  • Nancy Smith says:

    Wow! Congratulations on your 18 years and your impre$$ive total sales!!!! Very inspiring, although I’m still in the discount for me mode.

    My last card was a birthday card for a special friend of the last 40+ years. She looks forward to my handmade cards. I used a combination of Birthday Blossoms, Avant-Garden, and Flower Shop stamps. It was supposed to be pretty much white on white, using vellum, but I used ink on the back of the vellum to bring some color to it. She loved it!

  • Kim Whitmyer says:

    My last card was for my card swap group and the theme was to an unconventional scrapbook/card item…I used cupcake liners and let the card blank and versatile for any use!

  • Denise Roberts says:

    Congratulations on 18 years! I just finished making Mother’s Day cards and thinking of you cards to the special women in my life. No special techniques, just stamps and pretty paper.

  • Peggy Pride says:

    My last card was for encouraging someone. I used the sentiment “Hugs are always the answer”. Thanks for the chance to win, Jessica. I like your cards!

  • Patricia Boggs says:

    Working on making Thinking of You cards for my church. Making kits for the ladies to help make cards from my Sunday school class.

  • My last card I made this morning! A card for a baby shower for a little girl who arrived very prematurely. I made a little tiny lavender diaper with teeny tiny diaper pins I made out of wire. It was a hit at the shower- and the only handmade card there!!

  • Dawn says:

    Hi Jessica! I just made a couple of birthday cards for a friend’s teenage daughter and my nephew’s 3 year old daughter. On one of the cards I used washi tape on the front and the Stampin Up “Remembering Your Birthday” stamp set for the sentiment. On the other one I cut up patterned birthday paper and used a big “3” sticker and the “Lots of Letters” and “Lots of Letters 2” stamp sets by Melanie Muenchinger from Gina K Designs to spell out Elise’s name on the front of the card. The next card that I have to make is a sympathy card for my cousin and her husband.

  • Kathy Eddy says:

    Sad to say my last card was a sympathy card for a dear friend who lost her mother. It turned out gorgeous though!

  • Vickie says:

    I have a boss and his wife who mentor me back in the 70’s. 11 years ago I developed Cancer. This couple sent me great home made inspirational cards. This upcoming weekend is my bosses birthday, So I am using the Lift Me Up stamp set and matching dies. Him and his wife live in CA and I live in MI, I just love this set! In June his wife has a Birthday and I will be using the shelter tree stamp set to make a shaker card using mellow mambo since the colors kind of remind me of the crabapple trees. Who could not love SU, the stamp sets and dies that match.

  • Elizabeth Thies says:

    Woo-Hoo!! Congratulations on your 18 years of demonstrator-ship as well as hitting your amazing sales milestone!! ?

    My last card was a shaker birthday card for a close friend using Balloon Pop-up thinlits and Shaker embellishments. It was my first try at a shaker card, and I think it turned out great. It was easier to make than I expected, too!

  • Geri Bates says:

    I just finished making a dozen sympathy cards with a pretty Stampin’n’UP rose on them using my Mini Misty. How fun! Also use dies for Big Shot.

  • Linda Stevons says:

    Made my brother in law a birthday card using lovely as a tree and country livin. I also used the water color pencils. I also made two piano cards from scratch. Two little girls from church celebrating their very first recital. Love giving cards.

  • KatW says:

    Last card I made was a birthday card with the retiring balloon bundle. I used glitter paper to make it really pop! It is for a special friend.

  • Robin Bennett says:

    I made my first flowerpot card! I made for my mom for Mother’s Day. It turned out SO cute!!!!!! Congrats on your 18 years!

  • Cindy A. says:

    I’ve been making all-occasion cards to give to my Mom for her mother’s day gift. I believe the very last one I made was a “Thinking of You” card, using the Stampin Up Flower Shop stamp set and punch.
    She loved so much the cards I made for her last year, I thought It try it again this year.

  • Kay Matson says:

    Hi, Love your lessons, the card I made recently was a waterfall card or some call them cascading. I hadn’t done that before and it was a fun project.

  • Mary Godfrey says:

    The last few cards I made were giraffe cards. I watched and waited for April the Giraffe to have her baby from early March to April 15 for the beautiful calf to be born. I found watching April to be very relaxing. On April 14,I was in Eau Claire (Wisconsin) and stopped at 2 stamping stores. I bought a giraffe stamp at each place. The next day I was ecstatic to watch April give birth to a beautiful boy. The past 2 weeks I have made 8 giraffe cards. The last one I made I put “love” across the front and mailed it to my granddaughter. She loved it!

  • Mary Anne Schnettgoecke says:

    The last cards I made were using my March Paper Pumpkin kit! So cute! Congrats on your 18 years!

  • Eileen Smeby says:

    I have made a variety of birthday cards, using the Botanical Die set, for a mother’s Day gift for my mother-in-law.

  • I made a card for my sister using Beautiful You stamp set. She’s been a dancer her whole life & I thought she would enjoy the image & sentiment from that set. A Just Because card.

  • Barb Herbsleb says:

    Hi Jessica,
    Congrats on all your hard work, I know that you enjoy what you do. How is your craft room coming?

    The last cards that I made were Thursday night. I made 8 Welcome baby cards for the layettes that we make up for the moms that come to the Clothes Closet. It makes the moms feel special and we put in everything that they need when they come home from the hospital.

  • Amy Hanne says:

    I made a masculine punch art airplane birthday card! It was so fun to put together!

  • Linda H. says:


    Congratulations on 18 years!!!!
    The last card I made was for my aunt and uncle to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary, just last weekend.

  • Joy G. says:

    Last card I made was a birthday card using an embossing folder for the background and heat embossing for the birthday cake stamp focal image. Congrats, Jessica, on your 18 years with Stampin Up and for reaching your milestone goal!

  • Jayne Marshall says:

    Wow! 18 years – and it’s still fun, isn’t it?

    This week I made an anniversary card for a friend and her husband, a birthday card for my nephew with the great Urban Underground papers, and I’m almost finished with 12 Mother’s Day cards for the senior ladies in our church!

  • Laurie Bethmann says:

    The last card I made was a bunch of birthday cards using some pretty paper I just got!

  • Corinne says:

    Congrats in 18 years! I made Easter Cards.

  • Michelle Kastanotis says:

    Congratulations and thank you for all the great ideas and tips :-).
    The last card I made was for a friend who just had her third baby. So much fun to make and it is so nice when they really notice that it’s handmade just for them.

  • Lorraine Brandt says:

    This week I made 18 thank you cards for our children’s ministry director to use to thank team members who are helping with the kids musical which will be performed tomorrow. I also made a three tiered slider card in preparation for my monthly get together with some stamping friends. I have been enjoying using the Avant Garden set from SU.

  • Holly Klingensmith says:

    Congrats on 18 years with Stamping Up.
    The last card I made was at a friends stamping up party it was made using the dragon fly die. I fell in love with the die I just had to purchase the bundle set.

  • LeaAnn White says:

    Congrats on your 18th anniversary! The last card I made was a birthday card for my father-in-law last week. I used the Nailed It stamp set and corresponding framelits. I used real red, black, silver foil, and white. I embossed the silver foil vs using the 3D Hexagon embossing folder.

  • The last card I made was a wedding shower card using a doily to make a wedding dress for the front of card, the dress had pearls and ribbon for sash and Wink of Stella to make dress sparkle. Turned out very pretty.

  • Tracy Wiseman says:

    Thanks Jessica for doing this! I always enjoy reading your posts. Gets me in the mood for card making! My last card that I made was a 2nd Anniversary card for my son and daughter-in-law. It was tan and dark pink. Turned out great. Happy Anniversary to you as well! Tracy

  • Jamie Statz-Paynter says:

    The last card I made was is one I am currently working on for a wedding in late May. I was at a Green Whimsey sale in Fitchburg and saw the Sissix/Stampin Up! pop N cuts die gently used for only $10. The people near me stated it looked like I just won the lottery I was so excited. That was because I had bought the framelits to make Christmas cards and later saw designs on how to use pop n cuts die. But couldn’t find one.

    I am not finished with the card yet because I am trying to find out the color of the bridesmaids dress for the wedding so I can try and make it match. Congratulations on 18 years. That is a long time. I think I have been making 12 x 12 pages for about 18 years and recently started doing cards. Using a variety of companies products. But I always find I come back to stampin up because there are so many talented people who post designs on pinterest as well as split coast stamping…. It helps my creative juices get going
    P.S. my address is city of Verona even though I live in the town of Middleton. Just saw where you are from. 🙂 Cool

  • Linda Hazekamp says:

    This week I made two Admin Assistant (thank you) cards for the Admin Assistants at our schools, for Admin Assistance Day. I used a background lattice die and decorated with brightly colored flowers and embellishments. They were very much appreciated by the recipients.

  • Cindy says:

    I made a birthday card just for fun using washi tape, Build a birthday, and Big on birthdays. I enjoy your posts and ideas

  • LL Honeywell says:

    I made birthday cards and I need to make more so I hope to win this contest.

  • Sandy Balsbaugh says:

    Hi and congrats on your 18th year! My last card was for my daughter and son-in-law – a sort of good luck in your travels card as they left earlier this week for 12 days in Italy. It turned out very cute. I used a few embellishments of Italy such as The Colleseum and of course wine and grapes, etc. They loved it! And I would love to receive your give away package too. Fingers crossed 🙂

  • Hope says:

    The last card I made was for a baby shower.

  • Tracy Schubert says:

    The last card I made was today at a card party and it was a masculine birthday card made with the old time car stamp. It was an easy card but looks so nice!

  • Jane Beimal says:

    Bridal shower card, using lady/umbrella stamp.

  • Sharon Houston says:

    But I would love to be the winner of the anniversary give away. The last card I made was a sympathy card. Not my favorite card. But I used some bright and cherry card stock. Already got a thank you for one card. there were 4 I made. Love SU products. Stamps are great and the Paper is outstanding quality. Thanks for all you do Jessica.

  • Joan barch says:

    My last card was a birthday card using the one sheet wonder idea. I added a quilled balloon for fun. Happy anniversary !

  • Monica Talbott says:

    Treat bag with special reasons bundle!

  • Joan barch says:

    My last card was a birthday card using the one sheet wonder idea. I added a quilled balloon for interest. Congrats on your anniversary.

  • Megan says:

    The last card I made was a baby shower card. I wasn’t happy with it. I’d love some new supplies!

  • Amy Overstreet says:

    The last card I made was a Happy Birthday Card for my Best Friend of over 30 years!! I used a little bit of everything…..embossing and stamping

  • Sharon Bramlett says:

    Made some birthday and get well cards and took to nursing home for the residents to be given!oh, I would
    LOVE a WIN!! 🙂

  • Eileen says:

    The last card I made was a Father’s Day card. I have challenged myself to use up some of my DSP hoard before I buy more. This used up a bunch! Now on to make other cards before the new catalog is released (and I buy more!)

  • Juleen Henderson says:

    Congratulations on your anniversary with Stampin Up! The last card I made was a Mother’s Day card using the Avant Garden stamp set with Mint Macaron, Calypso Coral, Crumb Cake and Daffodil Delight inks.

  • Mary Keller says:

    Today went to a Stampin Up workshop and made birthday cards using the birthday kit. I made my first ever shaker card. It was easier than I thought. Used watermelon and honey Dijon and emerald green. Great cards and tags. Had fun too.

  • Katrina Mayfield says:

    Hi. I am trying to get a jump start on my Christmas cards because I try to give everyone at Church a handmade card. Love seeing your posts.

  • Anne Ruzicka says:

    I just completed and sent 30 baby shower invites for my niece”s shower. So great to be able to make such a special treat for her. THANK YOU so much for introducing me to Stampin’ Up 17 years ago. I’ve been at it almost as long as you have!!! Lol!!!!

  • Kathy Shonk says:

    I made Birthday cards, anniversary cards, a Communion card and a Confirmation card. I need all of them for May and June.

  • Deb.E. Ring says:

    I made a beautiful glittered card at the Milwaukee Scrapbook Expo. It is generic, but can be used for almost any occasion. I love when creative crafters share their ideas. There are so many talented crafters out there and I appreciate their willingness to design & share with others. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity to play with some more supplies! I love your website and postings Jessica. Thanks for all you do for our craft!

  • Bonnie says:

    The last card I made was a sympathy card. I have had quite a few deaths in the family and with friends! Had another today ?Keep stamping!

  • Becky Stone says:

    I made 4 cards today with a group of ladies that got together for a craft day. One was a card using the Oh So Succulent stamp set. Turned out great.

  • Paula Wolfe says:

    Congratulations on 18 yrs and $600k! My last card was a birthday card for my brother in law.

  • Victoria Merrick says:

    W.O.W…….Congratulations, Jessica!!! What a milestone, girl!!!

    I made 6 cards today using the Lift Me Up stamps and dies bundle with wonderful matching SAB DSP. So enjoyable and relaxing.

  • Sandy W. says:

    I made two wedding cards – all white, so pretty. Used the botanical builder flowers and leaves in white too! Beautiful cards!

  • Amanda Thompson says:

    The last card I made was a graduation card for a co-worker who asked me to make 3 graduation cards for her. I used a new graduation hat embossing folder and Stampin Up graduation hat stamp and Stampin Up inside graduation sentiment.

  • Pat Nagy says:

    The last card I made was a young man’s card using Urban Underground.

  • Pat Nagy says:

    Gosh, I must be tired….The card was a 23 rd birthday card !

  • Denise Ferguson says:

    Wow! What a great accomplishment — $600,000! Congratulations on 18 years with Stampin Up! Just think of all the people you’ve made happy, crafting their little hearts out!

  • Jean d says:

    My last card was a new home card for my girlfriend’s daughter. I used the jar of love stamp set along with the hexagon embossing folder. I did it in shades of orange and finished it with dazzling details. I think she marveled at the card more than the gift itself that came along with it!!

  • Karen Jensen says:

    Made a Thank You card from the April Paper Pumpkin kit.

  • Joyce Shaull says:

    Thanks for the opportunity for the gifts. A very nice selection!
    I am in the process of making the last 2 of a 10 card order. These will be sent to a British army officer who is deployed. The one I am currently finishing says bee happy, bee healthy, bee safe on the front and the inside says bee – lieve I am praying for you. All of the “bees” are cut out stamped and embossed bees

  • Angela Marshall says:

    Hi Jessica!
    Sorry I put my comment in the wrong place!
    Congratulations on your successful career! I’ve enjoyed learning all your techniques
    My last card was a Sympathy Card for the family if a long time friend of my son–their Mom passed–the colorI used were Wisteria Wonder the pretty lavender–& it just so happened it was her favorite color! I didn’t even know that–so I know they would of liked it! Thanks for all you do!

  • Sandy says:

    Happy Anniversary Jessica!! The last card I made was a Mother’s Day card. I am in the process of designing a card for my monthly stamp class.

  • Marilyn Schultz says:

    The last card I made was a “Thank You” card using my newest stamp set “So Very Much”. Next up is Mother’s Day cards. Happy Anniversary Jessica! I really enjoy your emails and all of the information you provide to us.

  • Peggy Petersen says:

    The last card I made was an anniversary card for a friend and her husband.
    I used the framelet the floral heart, with the rose colored glitter paper and blush blossom cardstock.

  • Hazel F. says:

    The last cards I made was 2 Easter cards, one purple & one pink, for the ladies in my crochet class. I also used the bags from the Paper Pumpkin, but I stamped a flower on the bag instead & gave them candy. I also made a another card…Just for fun..it’s a just thinking of you card.

  • Debbie Hallamek says:

    I’ve never made a card!

  • Anne Lewis says:

    I just finished a birthday card and I used just paper and flowers. I got the idea from pinterest. I cut a mat and flower paper and cut that in half, I then put 2 pieces under the long section of my first piece . Added some flowers and it was done. My colors were maroon, orange and yellow. Added “Happy Birthday” with a banner. Thank you for all you share with us.

  • Lisa M. says:

    Congrats, Jessica!

    I made a sparkly gold card for my son’s golden birthday: he was 25 on April 25th, and the card topped a large box of “golden goodies” like Oreos sprayed with gold (food) paint, goldfish crackers, Golden Grahams, etc.

  • Laura says:

    It was a get well card, it had kitty cats on it.

  • Michele says:

    Congratulations on your 18 years with Stampin Up. The last card I made was a set of notecards with DSP. You are one of the reasons I now cut up my DSP and not keep it because it is so pretty. Thanks for all of your great inspiration. I also enjoy you picture of you and your girls on your wonderful adventures. Have a great day!

  • I made a card for a friend who is going through a difficult time right now. The card had a bouquet of flowers on the front with the words ‘a bouquet… to cheer you ‘. I used watercolor pencils and my blender pen. I stamped the image on the card and then stamped the image again on another piece of paper that I cut out after coloring it. I penned a personal note to her on the inside and included a Bible verse. She said she really appreciated the card.

  • Marcine Akeley says:

    Good Morning,

    My last card was a card I learned to do by watching Dawn on you tube. After being retired for 4 years, we opened a small business and I am getting the front desk up and running. Even though it has only been one week, I have truly missed being in my craft room and being able to “play”. I try to learn something new with every card I make. I have a large family and I send each one a card for birthdays, anniversary…etc. We winter in Florida, summer in Maine and still plan that this year as well. But I want to bring my craft room with me as I have a much smaller area in Maine that I use as my craft area. You may find this funny but I have been doing this for years but only discovered Stampin up 5 years ago. Now I am hooked. haha I am also on your email list

  • Valerie Anderson says:

    the last card I made was a thank you card, actually I made a few to have on hand when I need one quickly. I didn’t use any special techniques, just a simple card. I will be making some graduation cards very soon. when I get a chance to be in my craft room and start making a card, I usually will make about 4 of the same kind so I have one ready if i need one in a hurry.

  • Sheri mazell says:

    My last card was a 60 th birthday card for my husband yesterday. I used the high tide stamp set with night of navy. It really turned out nice. He loves lighthouses. Thank you for the opportunity to win this. Your posts on Facebook are so encouraging. God bless?

  • France Eldridge says:

    The last cards I made was in a class at my favorite scrapbook store. We made 1z fold, 1standup, and 1window card. The last Stampin’Up card I made was a pocket card for a swap in a club I belong to. I used the flowers in the set Flourishing Phrases.

  • Rachel Brooks says:

    I made two sympathy crds for SIL nd her son & family. Tragic loss at 57 with no warning. Used Thoughts and Prayers, a favorite of mne for many occasions.

  • I love making cards – My husband & I just moved to Texas. I don’t know anyone here, but so far the neighbors seem so sweet & helpful. To get acquainted with all the neighbors I made Mothers Day Card for all the houses on my cul-de-sac -16 in all . I made flower pots with pull out tabs-with Nice Cuppa sentiment “Worlds Best Mother ” I also used Stampin Up flower punches small & large also along with Flower Shop stamps & Petite Petals stamps – They turned out beautiful. Now I can’t wait to deliver all of them in less then 2 weeks .

  • Ruby Taylor says:

    I have a great-great-niece who is often staying with my sister. I thought she would like receiving mail of her own while with her Nana. So now I am often found sending her little happy mail cards addressed just for her…she is only five years old. They have turned out to be the joy of her day (and of mine) as we live far apart!

  • Marlene A says:

    Happy crafting anniversary! The last card I made was actually 2. My husbands childhood friend lost his dad and my aunt lost her mother within days of each other so I made the same sympathy card for them, one ladylike and one manly. Congrats on your milestone.

  • ronni says:

    I am a novice at card making and have started collecting different supplies that I may need. As I followed some of the classes on line I always seem to come across different techniques that required me to use something I didn’t have which forced me to use my imagination. Imagine that? I had to think. With much surprise they turned out pretty well and my last card was “Friend, I am thinking of you” Double stamping with embossing powder. I was thrilled with the results, but still need practice.
    Thank you for showing us how to make this craft fun.

  • Vanessa Gonzales says:

    The last card I made was a birthday card for a good friend. I love the posies and paisleys set!!!

  • Anne says:

    Happy Anniversary! The last card I made was a “You’re the Best” card for my cousin. She is always going out of her way to make sure others needs get met. She has a terrific way of making everyone feel “extra” special. If I won this giveaway, she’d be the intended recipient!

  • Debby Dunstan says:

    I made 2 thank you cards with the large stamp -love it- yesterday! Plus 12 last week.
    Love the OSW and ideas you give.
    Congratulations on your achievement, Jess.

  • Mariah Shaffer says:

    The last card I made was for my mother-in-law’s birthday last week. I used one of the cards that I did in this months OSW club.

  • Eldonna Epp says:

    The last card I made was for a baby’s first birthday featuring Mint Macaron with Smokey Slate and Soft Suede! Loved it and so did my daughter who gave it to a sweet little girl!

  • Jane Rhude says:

    The last cards I made were birthday and get well cards with the Avant Garden Stamp set. The cards were beautiful and I got compliments from all who saw them. I love all the StampinUP! products, they are always beautiful and such high quality. Congrats on your anniversary and $600,000!

  • Amy Davis says:

    The last cards I made were thank you and birthday. I used one medallion stamp that covered most of the front in ink that was only a little darker than the paper. Then I stamped the sentiments in black. Added a sequin to the middle and added a decorative swirl to the envelope. Two quick cards!

  • Rita Jackson says:

    The last cards I made was a set of Thank You cards several years ago. I used a flower pot and flower die that I had just purchased.

  • Samantha Perez says:

    Congratulations! The last cards I made were thinking of you cards for my in-laws and grandparents.

  • Lisa Hull says:

    The last card I made was a Mother’s Day card.

  • Jackie says:

    I made some birthday cards for some of my students in my preschool class.

  • Caroline King says:

    made a birthday card for my sister. used a hb embossing folder and used God’s beauty stamp set to make it…..

    thank you Caroline

  • Peggy Williams says:

    My last card was a birthday card for my grandson who is turning 2. I also made a card for my daughter and older grandson. We all have May birthdays. Graduation cards will be next!

  • Rebecca says:

    Oh my gosh I’d love to win this!!!
    I’m currently working on cards today! I am using a mason jar stamp! I used my water color crayons and made it look like water in the jar! Added flowers and pop up flowers and pop up butterflies! Finished it off with a ribbon around the stems of the flowers! I think it turned out pretty darn cute!
    Happy 18th Anniversary with Stampin Up!!!!

  • Jackie Warchol says:

    I just made a birthday card for a good friendof mine…Came out awesome…

  • Mindy says:

    Making “we moved” cards. Picked paper and the stamps. On the house stamp stamped with black and colored inside the house. For me that is different. Also using different colors for the house.

  • Sharon says:

    The last card I made was a birthday card for my son in law

  • jen says:

    I made about five random cards just for the heck of it. I like sending cards for no reason other than to tell the person I am thinking of them. They were actually from a paper pumpkin kit that I’m not sure how old it was but I’m trying to use my supplies.

  • Debbi Harris says:

    Hi Jessica!!
    I’ve been working on graduation cards. Congratulations on your milestone! Thanks for the opportunity to win 🙂

  • Carmen says:

    I made a Congratulations card at a scrapbooking event.

  • Robin Allen says:

    Working on daughters graduation invitations!
    What a great giveaway!

  • Rebecca says:

    I had a 3months hiatus after christmas =\ from moving and school work – I had to take a break. But 2 weeks ago, I picked up my stamping supplies again 🙂 <3 Made some teacher's card and just last night – a baby shower card. The good news is I send them all out! (I always forget to send my cards). And I saw your post while searching for wedding card ideas. That's my latest project for a friend 🙂

    Happy 18th Anniversary on your crafting journey!

  • Deb Jordan says:

    Making cards tomorrow. I need to make thank yous and Mother’s day cards. I will be looking for good ideas. The last ones I made were sympathy. I embossed on white and layered on a teal. Very simple, but really nice with a simple message inside.

  • Sandy Guerard says:

    I am making cards with the moon baby stamp set for my demonstrator meeting where we do swaps. It’s a baby girl card using blushing bride card stock since I will be having a new granddaughter in September.

  • Trina Chaska says:

    I made an anniversary card last night for my daughter’s 1st anniversary.

  • Karen Jempson says:

    A wedding card for an old and dear friend. Embossed the card with an embossing folder, die cut a bride and groom (by Tattered Lace) and rhen spaced Swarvoski (sp?) Crystals on the card.

  • Jenice Detro says:

    The last card I made was a general card that can be used for any occasion.

  • Lauren Lecuyer says:

    My last card (s) I made mermaid invitations for my daughters baby shower. 70 of them!

  • Alicia Tibesar says:

    I have been making origami dresses and putting them on cards to send to friends.

  • Emiley Gaskill says:

    The last card I made was for a very special friend who has survived double mastectomy, radiation,chemo, and the mountain of bills that followed….I used the make a medallion stamp set , and she loved it.

  • Kathy says:

    Congratulations! The last cards I made were a birthday card for a good friend and a sympathy card for a dear godly man’s family.

  • Teota Watson says:

    The last card I made was a birthday pop up card. So fun and easier than I thought.

  • Ophelia Woodruff says:

    The last card i made was for my father-in-law’s 82nd birthday. I used the traveler stampin up set (train). He grew up next to the train station. He absolutely loved the card and told me that it brought back so many childhood memories.

  • Judy Brooke says:

    I made a triple mat card for the first time using the “In the meadow” stamp set. I love the way it turned out and can’t wait to try the method again using the tree stamp from the “Wonderland” stamp set.

  • Carole A Strawn says:

    I made a shaker card for my granddaughter’s high school graduation. Unfortunately, I didn’t realize that the edges of the foam that I used would remain tacky so about 80% of the sequins, etc. that I put inside the shaker are all stuck to the edges. LOL! Fortunately there are enough loose sequins so that it still qualifies as a shaker card. Congratulations Jessica on this milestone. I love seeing the cards you make. They are usually relatively simple but always so pretty. I’m learning to simplify and make cleaner but pretty cards.

  • Angela Murphy says:

    The last card I made was a mother’s day card for my boyfriend’s mom.

  • Terry says:

    The card I recently made is a birthday card. I made a latte cup with a pocket inside for a gift card. It has handmade flowers and cord tied into a bow on the outside. Thank you for celebrating your 18th anniversary with us. ❤

  • Jean says:

    Last card I made was a Bday card for a coworker. Congrats on hitting that big milestone in sales!

  • Amber Connot says:

    I made a bunch of birthday cards from the cool treats stamp sets! It has been one of favorites. Not just for stamps and does, but I loved the colors

  • Melissa says:

    Made cards using the bloomin hearts thin-lits for teacher appreciation day.

  • Bobbie says:

    I just finished 30 cards for a friend for an upcoming livestock fair. Cute piggie cards!

  • Elsa Pritts says:

    I made a hello thinking of you card for a friend who is having a rough time right now..I haven’t made many cards, bit I think it turned out well..


    made some birthday cards for my beloved sister and her hubby…

  • marci carl says:

    my last card was a get well card for friend & choir member who ended up with shingles.

  • Ivette Muller says:

    I made a birthday card and box for my brother’s birthday! I used an old SU! set, Coast to Coast, and watercolor pencils for the image, embossed cardstock with anchors and a greeting for the card. The box was decorated more simply with patterned paper and tag. I’ve been stamping for over 20 years and love SU! products because everything coordinates so nicely. Happy 18th anniversary!!

  • Robin Volk says:

    Made a dozen (birthday themed) cards for a silent auction fund raisers for a co-worker 🙂
    Now…. I need to complete 6 grad cards, 2 mother’s day, 4 wedding and a handful of birthday cards
    before my surgery and I can’t get down the stairs to my crafting space for several weeks 🙁
    Congrats on your Stampin’ Up Anniversary!! One of my favorite quotes… “I had no clue that ONE tiny
    stamp purchase would lead to this…”

  • Kim Davenport says:

    Congrats!! The last card I made was a thank you card. I made several thank you cards because my birthday was a couple of weeks ago. I strongly believe in sending a handwritten thank yous.

  • Renee O says:

    I don’t remember the last card I made, so guess it is time to go make one! I use many birthday cards, but need to make some graduation cards, as it is getting that time of year!

  • Annie Burns says:

    The last card was this week end.. It was for our friend at church who has leukemia and the bone marrow is not responding… It is heartbreaking as he is only 52… and expecting his first grandchild… Hope the card gives him encouragement and peace as he walks the faith journey with our God …❤️ ?? ❤️

  • Laurie Andrus says:

    The last cards I made were birthday cards. I used the one sheet wonder template and the Sheltering Tree set. Love!!

  • Angie Brewer says:

    My last card was from the dragonfly bundle from stampinup. They were so pretty and I used them immediately. I needed one for a get well card and I asked my best friend and stampinup demo if I could have one of hers to send to the hospital. She gladly shared with me. My sick friend loved it so and her husband said it put a big smile on her face. That’s the last time I got to talk to my friend was by this card. She died the next day. Her husband was going to put it in her casket with her because she loved it so but the hospital misplaced it. You never know what’s going to happen so love your friends. God bless you Jessica. I love your blog.

  • Deb Mutz Hartwig says:

    I made a wedding card that I found in a Stampin’ up catalog for a young lady I have known since she was 7 years old. Along with the card I made her and her husband a homemade quilt. Love making homemade stuff for gifts. Love your items!

  • Naomi Coward says:

    New to cards but made 6 spring/Easter cards. Daffodils stamp, water colored and layered yellow, lime green and white embossed base. Green sparkle tape. And sparkles.

  • Kellie Neslund says:

    I am on a card club on Wednesday nights. The last cards I made were sympathy cards to add to my stash. We used watercoloring.

  • Lori says:

    I made a birthday card for my Godson who turned 18. Congrats on your anniversary!

  • Denise Metzger says:

    Congratulations on 18yrs! My last set of cards were Christmas cards. My favorite time making cards was when I made about 7 different topic cards, made 3 different styles for each topic and gave them to my mom for mother’s day. She was so excited but said they were too pretty to use, lol. My response: “That’s the whole point mom”, she’s so cute. I just gave a 3pack of “thank you” cards to a coworker and my boss last week. They were excited too.

  • Tawnya Hall says:

    My daughter and I made a Get Well Card for a girl on the opposing softball team who was injured during a game. I had the whole team sign it and then sent it to her school. We hoped it would brighten her spirits!

  • Pat Bruun says:

    A graduation card and a note card. Am working on getting a different home to live in that will hopefully have a craft room so when working on a project I don’t have to put everything away each time. Being able to sit down and spend just 5 minutes on a project would be awesome! Any additional product would be icing on the cake.

  • My last card was a Thank You card to two people who were our your guides on a bus trip. They had never done this before and they did a great job!

  • Diane G. Boland says:

    I made 4 Mother’s Day Cards this weekend! Fun, fun, fun!!! I made each one of them special. My mother is gone ( and missed very much), so I made my sister, niece, niece-in-law and old friend cards. Each was made specifically for them. No repeats! Loved doing it.

  • Diana Okes says:

    I have been working on a Birthday card for my Son. I have to make another one for My Daughter.
    I had two children in less than a year and their birthdays are this week and next. Trying to get caught up.
    Congratulations on your accomplishments also! You are an inspiration to so many.

  • Jean marmo says:

    I sent out 3 thank you cards last week. Each was different and included paint, stencils, stamps and more. I love sending thank your to people who are not expecting them.

  • Cyndee says:

    Working on some thank you cards and sport themed cards.

  • Julie r says:

    I made my Christmas cards. Using stamps…water color pencils and dies.

  • Lynnette says:

    I made an easel card with daisies on it. I also made cards for my family for Easter ?

  • Lynn Casasanta says:

    Just made and gave a baby boy shower card. My niece loved it so much and told me she saves my cards. That makes me so happy because not only do I put so much thought into my cards, I try to make them very personal and individual..

    I love my hobby.

  • Yvonne goulet says:

    My last card was a beach themed bridal shower card with pool party and Bermuda bay! My favorite colors

  • Jennifer Schwenker says:

    Congrats on 18 years!!! The last card I made was yesterday. It’s a side step card with hot air balloons. It’s for my Dad’s 77th birthday. He loves hot air balloons & used to chase them in Louisville during the balloon race during derby week.

  • Bonnie Anderson says:

    I would love to win. The last card I made was with bandaids for a friend that had surgery. I put wink of stella on one of the bandaids. Cuz whats a card without glitter. LOL

  • Cynthia says:

    The last card I made were thank you cards for Christmas gifts from students in my class.

  • Kathy Ek says:

    Hi Jessica! The last card I did was for my god daughters 1st Birthday, using the party folder from my recent Stampin Up order. It was a hit at the party yesterday!

  • Teresa Johnson says:

    I had a lady ask me for two retirement cards to be brought to work tomorrow. Finally got them done this afternoon.

  • Kimberly says:

    Last card I made was for my father-in-law for his birthday. The next ones will for high school graduations! Thanks for inspiring so many of us to keep sending cards!

  • Ronda Thomas says:

    It’s Teacher’s Appreciation Week, so I made all my co- worker teachers cards to bring smile ke to their face.

  • Tracie Paulsrud says:

    The last cards I made were for our graduates at church. I used the owl punch and added graduate hats. If I would have stuck it out it would have been my 18th Anniversary with Stampin Up! this year too, but I decided to dedicate my time to homeschooling my children. I just couldn’t do both. But I love stampin!

  • Jennifer Kubo says:

    Last card I made was a birthday card to send to a child who is recovering from an illness.

  • Renee says:

    Congrats on 18 years! You were the first Stampin Up card maker that I started to follow…I took the “first 5 stamping techniques” class right away and continue to learn from you. I also love to see the Sunday “did you get creative this week end” posts. 🙂
    I just finished a graduation card for my nephew.

  • Allisa says:

    My last card was a thanks card. I triple layered my thanks die cut and then clear embossed all the layers together. Congrats on your 18 years!

  • Heidi May says:

    Birthday cards, with gallons, washi tape and a simple birthday greeting. They turned out very cute. Thanks to stamping up sentiment stamps it makes it very easy.

  • Teresa lu says:

    I made some generic cards last weekend that are beach themed so I would have some on hand. Then if an occasion comes up, I can stamp something in them for that person. Congrats on your anniversary!

  • Von Noss Ayala says:

    I made a set of five Thank You cards with my sissy at our monthly crop. I love my Stampin Up demonstrator, she is wonderful and we’ve been with her for 12 years.

    Congratulations on your anniversary and thanks for the chance to win!

    Blessings, von

  • Mary says:

    The last card I made was for my sister who had to put her beloved dog down.

  • Karen Woodard says:

    Congrats on 18 years!! The last card I made was for a coworker, she needed a sympathy card for the loss of a child. I used the wetland stamp set and butterfly diecuts, butterflies looked like they were flying, like a sweet little angel taken way too soon from this earth.

  • Joanne Munoz says:

    Working on birthday cards. I have a drawer where I have different cards, made. My daughter came and let me know if it was okay to take the last birthday one. Yikes, need to get moving.

  • Niki says:

    I made 15 Thank You cards using some colored notecards somebody gave me with the Helping Me Grow stamp. I colored the center of the daisy flower and added clear Wink of Stella. Thank you and label came from Rose Wonder. I punched it out and raised it with Stampin’ Dementionals! Quick and easy and super cute!!

    Congratulations on 18 years!!!

  • Michele P says:

    The last group of cards I made were birthday cards. I send out birthday and other types of cards every month. The usps love me when I come in with my 20 or 30 cards. Sometimes, friends and family members need some cheer or just a reminder that you’re thinking about them.

  • Robbie Winde says:

    A Thinking Of You card for a good friend going through a hard time leaving her ex. ❤❤ Happy Stampinversary Jessica!!!

  • Dayle Schenk says:

    Congratulations on your 18 years! I’m thankful you share all your creations with us. The last card I made was for my best friend’s granddaughter who just turned 3. It was a snow globe with a little ballerina behind the glitter. I was actually proud of how it turned out!

  • Lindy Capper says:

    A Mother’s Day card to sell, it was a screen card.

  • Donna says:

    I made a birthday card today for my Grandaughter who turned nine years old today. I used the Ferris wheel stamp set that reads “I love when your birthday comes around because I love spoiling you”.

  • Sharon Coy says:

    Last card I made was a birthday card using the Hey Chicks stamp set.

  • Merle Boehnen says:

    Just made dance cards for my students for their end of year recital

  • Dawn Hanks says:

    I like seeing your posts, you have some great ideas. Its been a tough year for me, trying to heal and recoup; lost my craft mojo. So, I have been trying to get my crafting mojo going again. I finally made some cards last weekend with the Beautiful You (love the ideas and sayings in this set) and the Lovely as a Tree set. I love to make cards and scrapbook. Love to send cards to my friends and family. My favorite, is two buddies on mine in Seattle like to send me my cards – the cards I make = as they said in the card I just received for my birthday – CARDS MADE WITH LOVE AND SENT WITH LOVE. This day with technology and getting tweets, posts, etc. – people still love to get hand made cards, it makes their day.

  • Linda Kelpin Meeks says:

    A good friend of mine asked me to make her a graduation card for her granddaughter with a Hawaiian theme. She is taking her to Maui for a graduation gift, just the two of them. So, I did just that and she was quite thrilled with what I came up with. I used what I had on hand, so am hoping there were many Stampin’ Up products in there. Congrats on your career and you know what they say, “time flies when you’re having fun!” God willing, there will be many more years to come.

  • Kelly G says:

    I made a sympathy card. My friend is in hospice. 🙁
    Congrats on the anniversary

  • Lori Manicho says:

    I made 7 Thank You cards for my Judges for SkillsUSA Ohio. I used the Botantical Builders Framelets, I Love that set! thank you for the change to win! And CONGRATULATIONS on 18 Years and here is to 18 more!

  • Betsy Hensel says:

    Made a Thank you card this afternoon, for a lovely hostess using the Gifts of Love set, in Crisp cantaloupe and pear pizazz.

  • Kim Bernosky says:

    I made my youngest son a birthday card for his 25th bd tomorrow. Nothing fancy, but very special.

  • Debby Esparza says:

    Congratulations!!! My last card was for a special friend who was celebrating her 60 birthday.

  • Virginia Schermerhorn says:

    Made a Thank You card for the guest speaker at the professional association I belong to. Used the Birthday Blast and Star Blast edgelits bundle.

  • Trish Ficarella says:

    I just finished 6 very cute cards using the By the Shore DSP and Stitched Framelits. Also I am loving the Calypso Coral cardstock.

  • Julia Anderson says:

    The last card I made was for Administrative Assistant Day for all the secretaries I work with in my school. Each one got a different design.

  • Janet Idziak says:

    I want to get into making cards again. I used to make them all the time. My last cards I made were back in November when I helped a bunch of ladies make Veteran Cards for the VA Hospital. I have enjoyed this the past couple of years being part of this experience. Love Stampin’ Up products.

  • Kari says:

    Congratulations on 18 years and your great milestone accomplishment! I’ve been so busy lately I have a list of cards I need to make but sadly am behind on the fun things. I did need a thank you card quickly so i used a paper pumpkin kit. I love how quick and easy they are. I can’t remember what month it was from but it was the perfect little gift card holder for our daycare provider. She loved it!

  • Margaret says:

    The last card I made was for my Grandson as he received his first communion this afternoon. I am one proud Grama!

  • The last card I made was for Christmas

  • Carolyn Steinhaus says:

    Last card I made was a graduation card. I made pages like a coupon book. Every other page was a dollar bill. The pages were quotes and encouragement using stamping up supplies and stamps. Then I used note pad glue to bind it.

  • Charity says:

    Last card I made was for the birth mom of our adopted baby. To mail to her for Mother’s Day coming up.

  • Lisa Brigger says:

    My last card that I made was today, I made an Everyday Hero card for one of our counselors birthday. We have had 11 suicides in the last 4 years and they are all my everyday heros!

  • Dana Sterner says:

    The last card I made was using the dragonfly set. I used your template for the tri folded card and a color that I wouldn’t normally gravitate towards but it turned out nice.

  • Regena Odle says:

    We celebrated the March and April birthdays at our Easter get together. I made three birthday cards…FIL, niece and step-son’s girlfriend. I made my first multi-layered card. Fun times!

  • Cherie McGraw says:

    Congratulations on 18 years doing something you really like doing. Wishing you 18 more years of fun
    I made a retirement card for a co worker. I will be retiring this week and everyone said I should make my own

  • Patty D. says:

    The last card I made was a mother’s day card for a friend who ordered several cards. It was inspired by a card that Linda Heller sent me. Congrats on 18 years! The first class and first time I ever heard of Stampin Up was in 2002, and the 1st stamp set I bought was a Noah’s Ark set from the Definitely Decorative line. I still love the animal stamp sets!

  • Crishelle Nelson says:

    Congrats on your anniversary! I made Easter cards for my family and they came out so cute!

  • Debbie Owens says:

    The last card I made was for my Niece’s wedding. I wanted it to be beautiful but yet simple so I did all white except for the word Congraulations (silver). I embossed a Bride and Groom in the middle and the layer under them was embossed as well (frame around them). I added some pearls and a small fabric flower with pearl center for the bouquet. It was perfect. She ask me at her shower if I made the card (a different one) of course I did so she said she was Scrapbooking it so I want to make sure she loved the Wedding one as well.

  • Chris K says:

    My last cards were for friends’ May birthdays. Congratulations on 18 years!

  • Kathy Beemer says:

    The last card I made was for my daughter’s 29th birthday on April 29 …. which makes it her ‘golden birthday!’ I actually used scraps to make her card with lots of embellishments. It feels good to use those little pieces that are still perfectly fine and end up with a beautiful creation. Now on the graduation cards………

  • Janet Jo Parrell says:

    Congratulations Jessica, 18 years very exciting and think I have known you for a lot of those years!!! Last cards I made were mother’s day cards with very old set: mini watercolors and a little newer set but still not brand new: petite petals.

  • Sandra Tregaskis says:

    Wthen last card I made I used the super hero stamps and the building stamps to make a card for a young boy who is going thru chemo, the sentiment is your my superhero.

  • Damaris says:

    I made a birthday card for my nephew.

  • Pam Tucker says:

    My last card was a Hello Kitty birthday card for my granddaughter, I made it with shimmer white cardstock, melon mambo and black cardstock. The kitty was white and had a blushing bride glitter bow. Used stampin up punches for the label, she loved it! My cards always get passed around for everyone to look at, I should take pictures of them but always forget!

  • Ruth Sperling says:

    My last card was a get well card for a co-worker. I used the “hey chick” stamp set.

  • Becky Garrels says:

    I made wedding cards.

  • Eileen says:

    Last card I made was using the So Detailed Thinlits on a birthday card.

  • Carol Arneson says:

    The last card I made was a Father’s Day card. I used the retiring sets custom tee and tie dyed. So sad the see these go. Congrats on you anniversary.

  • Laura Jones says:

    I made my husband a card. I make him one every week when he leaves out to work for the week. It is just a small token of how much I love and miss him and can’t wait till he returns home. It was a envelope card today and it was also a thank you card for helping me keep the grand kids all weekend for their parents to go on a anniversary trip.

  • Paula Richards says:

    Congratulations on 18 years! The last card I made was for a graduation.

  • Debbie Lail says:

    Congratulations on 18 years as a demonstrator! The last card I made was a set of 8 to swap with my stamp club. Our challenge was to you a brayer technique, so my card included a sundown sky and the long-time trees stamp set.


  • Mary Jo Teter says:

    My son’s family had a house fire on April 3, 2017, and lost most everything. Our greatest blessing was that no one was hurt. I am in the process of making thank you cards for the many family members, friends, and strangers that have been generous to them. I am doing simple designs so that I can get them done faster.

  • Claudia Waggoner says:

    Made thank you cards with a spring theme and sizzix dies. The TY sentiment is from a Stamping Up! Set I bought in 1999!!!!!

  • Amy Bryant says:

    I am getting married im June so I have been making simple thank you cards for my wedding showers.

  • Bobbi Crimm says:

    My last card were birthday cards for my grandson and my sister. They loved them. Today I am awaiting my most recent delivery of new stamps and STUFF!

  • Maryann says:

    Mother’s Day Cards…inked up the embossing folder for a new technique. Turned out pretty.

  • Lynn Spencer says:

    I made 42 Easter cards to send all over the country and Canada! I am part of a dachshund group on face book and we do card exchanges for the holidays. Thank you for the chance to win this .
    Congratulations on your 18 years of being in business!
    Have a great week!

  • Jo Ann DiSalvo says:

    Congratulations on your 18th anniversary!! The last card I made was for a bridal shower. I used the dress up die an color coordinated the background paper to match the bridal party colors.

  • Lynne Lentz says:

    I made mother’s Day cards and a few Wedding cards for upcoming May weddings. I love the succulent DSP paper and my pack is almost out…may have to order more!

  • Amy R says:

    My last card was a kids birthday card…very fun!

  • Leanna says:

    The last card I made was a gatefold Christmas card to hold a gift card!? I need to get making!

  • Ruth Tuss says:

    The last card I made was using the March Paper Pumpkin kit making the Easter cards & bags. It was fun but I struggled some with the bags. I have been trying to rearrange my craft room so I have a better space to do my card making – hopefully I can get it done soon. Thanks for all of your great ideas and congrats on your anniversary as a demonstrator.

  • The last card I made was a motivational and inspirational card for someone very dear to me who is battling metastatic colon cancer. I tried new blending techniques with the coloring. Thank you for the chance to win, Jessica!

  • Dede Kirkpatrick says:

    Last card I made was for my daughter’s boyfriend…..his 41st birthday!

  • Deb Urquhart says:

    The last card I made was…I made two at once for the same person…it’s his 55th birthday and his retirement. I made a special vintage birthday card and a funny retirement card. He’s a very close friend of the family and I really wanted the cards to be special. I love making cards and it’s hard to impress myself (too critical I think) but I loved the cards and the smile on his face when he opened them!

  • Kim Schwanz says:

    I made several cards yesterday with my monthly crafting group- I keep a basket of cards at work for my co-workers to purchase if they need one… I made baby cards, Mother’s Day cards and birthday cards.

  • Elaine R says:

    I made a card last night using a digital image and colored it with copics. It is going in my stash to be given at a later date. Although I do need to make a sympathy card, so I am going to try out the one sheet wonder idea. It looks like it will save a lot of time.

    Congratulations on 18 years???!

  • Pam White says:

    I just finished a Thank You card for the team leader of the contracted project I worked from Feb-Apr. The project was done remotely with team mates from all over the country. She was encouraging and motivating with a sense of humor when the deadlines were approaching and was able to communicate this through email! The card was made with the Penned and Painted stamp set using Flirty Flamingo 3 step stamping and masking for multiple flowers.

  • Stacy Froman says:

    The ladt card I made was last eeek. It was a mans bday card for someone special. It had a tree painted w alcohol inks. I was very happy with way it turned out

  • I just made an umbrella card with flowers of my own design, as a get well card for a dear friend!!! I am 84 yrs old, & you have been a lifesaver for me, being able to order my Stampin’ Up supplies online… thank you so much for your help!!! ( I am still using my free course !!!! Can whiz thru making cards for church cards with it!!!! )

  • Julie Haedtke says:

    I made a Mother’s Day card for my landlord and a birthday card from the succulent set. That set is gorgeous!

  • Lora Walker says:

    I made a birthday card this weekend for a lady in the office that is going through chemo-therapy. I love that I can quickly make a very personal, one-of-a-kind card. They always are made from the heart and with love. Congratulations, Jessica on 18 years with Stampin up! Enjoy reading your emails.

  • Laurie Williams says:

    The last card I made was a congratulations card for my youngest son who just received his pilot wings. He is a pilot in the US Air Force!

  • Amy Wazwaz says:

    The last card I made was for someone who has cancer. She is very down these days. And may not have much time left. She was trying to reconnect with a sister, they grew up in foster care. But the sister was mean and made problems with her when she visited. She went home broken hearted. Fell down when she got home and ended up on the hospital on breathing machine. By some miracle she recovered breathing on her own and is back at home. Me and a friend sent her a card. She was so happy to get them. That is exactly why I love making and sending cards.

  • Cheryl says:

    I made 45 pet sympathy cards yesterday. They sell great at our local engraving store

  • Sue says:

    I just made 12 gate gold Hello cards just because. Who doesn’t like getting a surprise card in the mail.

  • Terri McDougall says:

    Congratulations on 18 years. How wonderful. The last card I made was a birthday card for a close friend of mine. Her grandchildren call her Bee so I combined a bee from a long retired Stampin Up set and the swirly bird dyes and wished her a HapBee Birthday.

  • Amy says:

    My last cards were from Anna Griffin flip card kit. Congrats on your SU anniversary!!

  • Julie Anderson says:

    I made and in the process of making more Baby Cards for the local Pregnancy crisis center. Give the new mammas a pretty or cute card to welcome a new baby!

  • Cindy Gillette says:

    Congratulations. I made Easter cards for our home bound parishioner from church. I used the Blessed Easter stamp and one of the border folders. Used the aqua brushes to color the tulips.

  • Portia says:

    I can’t remember the last one , but the next one will be a sympathy card for the family of a dear friend.

  • Jackie Dalton says:

    I made several thank you cards with night of navy paper and did some heat embossing.


    I just finished making 16 cards from yellow and purple colors for the card swap at the Orlando Expo this weekend. I made some thinking of you cards and some get well cards.

  • Nikita says:

    Last card I made was a birthday card!
    I made this for a friend’s boyfriend!
    He really likes Puppy and my friend was searching for a pop-up greeting card with puppy! She just mentioned it to me that she wasn’t able to find any and I accepted that hey, I can make one for you!
    The best thing about Handmade goodies is you can always give it a personal touch! 😀 Though, I’m a newbie in using all the different craft products, online workshops are really very resourceful.
    Thanks so much to people like you who are spreading the joy of crafting in every possible way to each corner of the world.

  • Maureen says:

    The last card I made was a birthday card. I used embossing powder – silver, gold, and bronze all together – and it looked amazing! I didn’t make it for anyone in particular, but it was super fun to make!

    I would love to win this bundle! Thanks for offering it and happy anniversary!

    [email protected]

  • Cindy says:

    I made a card last night with a vellum embossed butterfly. Bought a new tool at a stamp show and had to play with it! Used Sugarplum paper.

  • Linda Martin says:

    I makes Christmas card for my classmates party and also makes little teepee’s and put candy in it. I made the card with a silver tree and put purple balls on it and stamp Merry Christmas on them .

  • Lynerre says:

    The last card I made was a birthday card using washi tape.

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