HOW do you come up with ideas when you’re making cards? This is a question that I often get asked by new and long-time stampers alike. This fun zebra card was inspired by a card sketch I saw on Pinterest… Paper Sizes: Magenta Madness card base:...read more
This Gradient Stamping Technique is a fun way to add multiple colors to your cards. I especially like to use this technique with my bold word stamps like this… Watch the video for tips on how to create this fun look using the gradient stamping technique! Oh and...read more
How cute are these little bears?!? I say these cards are for kids because of the cuteness and greetings but hey, you could send them to whoever you want. One thing I love about pre-made note cards is that they make it super quick & easy to put a card together AND...read more
One thing I love about my oldest daughter is that when she gets an idea she makes a plan and she runs with it. She is an animal lover and in the last 2 years has raised her own money to adopt a whale and a sea turtle through the Pacific Whale Foundation. She sold...read more
Sometimes I don’t have a very good imagination. I look at a stamp set & punch like Foxy Friends and all I see are odd shapes with no idea what color to use or how to put them together. Thank goodness for creative people and Pinterest!! A quick search on...read more
When I first started stamping back in 1998, one of the first things I learned how to make was an envelope bag. Otherwise known as a Bag-a-lope. Those cute little bags in the photo above? Those were both made from a single business envelope. That’s right, a...read more
Hi I’m Jessica Taylor, your card making mentor! I love the instant gratification and sense of accomplishment I get when creating a card. It’s also a great way to brighten someone else’s day. Who doesn’t love to find a handmade card in their mailbox? Whether you’re just getting started making your own cards or you’ve been making them for years, I’m here to help and encourage you to make and send more cards.
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