Oh, are we ever going to have fun this week! It’s time to show our crafting witchy side for Halloween and we have oodles of great stamps just for that!
You can never go wrong with a good pair of witch stockings and these are a purrfect style that kitty likes!
Here, Wendy Price created a fun color pattern in green and orange for a cute Skirt Kitty card. Look at that awesome background to frame this sweet card.
And if the shoe fits? Haunt it! What a fun stamp and sentiment combo great for packaging up a tween’s Halloween treat and a fun way to scrapbook a costume layout.
Look at this fantastic shoe card! Laura Drahozal glitzed out the sole of the shoe to our hearts delight and a fantastic batty background for the card.
This sweet kitty is capped with a perfect witches hat for a great image that is sized just right to stamp a whole card for a quick project.
Lea Fritts really rocks the cute kitty factor with soft fur color and a gorgeous trim of Color Fragments and glitter goodies.
You can click any card photo or its caption in this post to be swept away to a project page with supplies and instructions on how to make one of your very own! We have a few more projects to inspire you today on these designer’s blog.
We think this week’s theme is boughs to bows above the rest with Christmas tree projects inspiration. If you missed any of our posts on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday you are missing some tree-mendous product combinations. An easy way to catch up though is to check out the design team projects through our Christmas Inspiration Pinterest board.
Today’s inspiration gallery here on our blog are the cards you might have spotted during Fran’s video shared here on Wednesday’s post. There were a some darling Pop Up cards that always make a fun greeting. To see these up close, clicking on the caption will lead you to a project page with a larger photo and more information on supplies and instructions.
We have news for you before we send you hopping off to see more awesome projects from our design team.
This month Create Christmas is popping up at your favorite stamping and scrapbooking store with our Pop-Up card of the month program! Everything you need in supplies and full instructions are available to create this featured card by designer Debi Hammons and they might even have it as a class. If you don’t see it in your store, ask about the Pop-Up Card program from Stampendous.
Here’s a pretty fabulous list of projects to hop on over and see.
By now I’m guessing that this set of Cling Stamps and their matching Cutting Dies are reeeeaaaally familiar to you. There’s a very good reason why the “Create Christmas” sets have been featured all of this week…they are amazingly versatile! Mix them up with Dreamweaver designs by Stampendous, and the possibilities are endless.
You’ve learned how to color these images. You’ve learned how to paper piece them with designer papers. You’ve learned to simply stamp and emboss the images. Now, how about ink-stenciling a background design over the tree? How about pasting a design on the tree? How about adding a bit of Dreamweaver Embossing Paste to edges to create snow? For more dimension and the wow factor, how about running the tree through your embossing machine with the Dreamweaver stencil backgrounds or embossing folders? Now we’re talking! Here are just a few designs that would work well for these techniques, a few of which are considered “everyday” designs to be used year round for all of your Stampendous/Dreamweaver projects:
And add some of this…
A healthy sprinkling of this…
And you could have something like this fun card by Pam Hornschu…
Several of our team members have some more Christmas creations to share with you today:
We are here today with more Christmas trees from the design team linked up towards the end of our post, but before we hop on over to see them we have a great video with Fran Seiford using Create Christmas.
You’ll see plenty of ideas for tree styles and colors plus somewhere in the video Fran gives a tip on making different styles of glistening snow and vintage decorations.
Let’s hop on over to these designer projects for more inspiration!
Are you ready to create a little Christmas this week? We are!
One of the loved traditions of Christmas season is finding the perfect evergreen tree and decorate it with treasured ornaments and accessories. Now we can create a grove of fun Christmas trees in assorted styles and decorations with two new products from our July 2015 catalog.
Cling Create Christmas Stamp Set includes a shapely tree and adornment stamps to make a jolly holiday tree project of your very own. This set also includes a free stencil for easy coloring and masking on your projects and we’ll show you how to use it all this week.
Stamp and decorate the tree in one layer or easily add dimension with the coordinating Create Christmas Die Set. The possibilities are endless with this set of 12 dies that cut all the stamp set images in Create Christmas even dies to cut the tree into layers for new heights. Add oodles of gifts around your tree with the two rectangle and bow dies.
Decorate this tree quickly by stamping on pattern paper as shown in this festive card by Fran Seiford. Add a few wrapped presents in no time using only dies and more pattern paper, then all that is left is Christmas wish sentiment put together with the Holiday Words Perfectly Clear Stamps Set.
With so many ways to trim a tree with this stamp and die combination our design team have some great Christmas projects to share! Let’s see what they have today!
It has been a great week of building new fantastic projects with our design team using the Build A Snowman Perfectly Clear Set and the ideas are still coming like this project from the archives by Jennifer Dove.
This is the sweetest pendant using the three faces from Build A Snowman set. Click on the picture or caption to find out how Jennifer made this beauty.
The Build A Snowman stamp set combines well with our other snowman stamps to create a countryside dotted with our snow buddies. Here are a few stamps linked to their spot on our store and a great project to inspire.
These snowman friends are bundled up for winter! Send a snowy holiday greeting this Christmas with these buddies, or embellish your favorite Winter scrapbook page.
A sweet snowman cradles a little bird in a Winter wonderland. A charming image for scrapbook pages and Christmas, Holiday or Season’s Greetings.
This cozy snowman is putting on a winter hat to keep warm! Send warm holiday wishes and a Merry Christmas to your friends and family.
There is still more for our Friday finale! Our designers have fantastic projects to share today and we can’t wait to see what they did. Do you wanna build a snowman now?
We hope you’ve enjoyed our fun theme this week we sure have had fun building snowmen with you. Did you miss out some of the projects? Hop back to Monday where we show our snowman-building stamp set, Wednesday with plenty of glittery ways to create snow and snowflakes, and Thursday on some snow play with Dreamweaver Stencils.
Have a great weekend and we look forward to sharing more of our new holiday stamps from our July 2015 catalog!
At Stampendous we believe it’s not a finished project unless it sparkles and this week’s Build a Snowman theme is the perfect companion for our snowy Essentials products. Be on the lookout for projects made with these products while you are hopping around our design teams blogs. If you missed seeing projects earlier this week then hop on over to Monday’s post.
Our newest release in July has a 3-D embossing powder with the essence of snow captured because it sparkles and when heated it turns puffy like snow!
We have three ways to mix up some snow for your projects! Create a blue wintry affect that is all aglitter. The Frantage Winter Micro Glitter Kit will work with any adhesive and great with our Sticky Panels adhesive sheets. Build up some fantastic snow drifts with the encrusted jewel technique using our all white embossing enamels and essentials kit of the same name. If it is easy you need then Spoonful of Snow with it’s premix of enamels, glitter and shaved ice are the product for you! Three fabulous snow building kits ready for your snow card or scrapbook page.
Our designers have been building up snowman projects with glitter, enamels and more for this week, so let’s go check what they have for us today!
Come on, let’s play! It seems like we haven’t seen our snow buddies in a while so we thought it would be a great time to create with them again. Build A Snowman Perfectly Clear Stamps Set is our winter buddies building kit when snow isn’t in the weather forecast, so let’s have fun building a few snowmen to get a jump on a few winter card and scrapbook projects. The design team has their mittens on and shaping up some snowball creations for this week and we can’t wait for the fun to begin.
Create a winter wonderland with oodles of different snowman and snowflakes in this set for great little scene stamp. Here’s a fun trio of buddies made by alumni Cyndi Bundy. Aren’t those the cutest snowmen?
It’s going to be a fun week more of these of stamping a few snowballs figures and creating our own winter buddies. Let’s have some fun in the snow! Hop on over and take a look at these designers glacial projects and leave them a little comment love while your there!
We are enjoying the last days of summer this week with our mischievous mice theme. During this time of year there are vacations and celebrations that any of the House-Mouse stamps would help set the stage for your handmade card and scrapbook projects.
We can imagine this Teacup Sailing stamp would be great used on so many different water themed scrapbook pages. Amanda, Muzzy and Mudpie have expertly set sail for any kind of trip even if it’s only in the kitchen sink!
Here is a sweet sailing birthday card for those seafaring folks in your life. Jennie Lin Black created a beautiful floral color theme and, wow, we love the teacup reflections, too! More details about this card can be found on our website by clicking on the image or caption below it. By the way of sailing vessels, that the sentiment on Jennie’s card is from the Mice Wishes Perfectly Clear Stamps Set that happens to have another cute mousey sailor with snug hull boat.
With so many adventures by these mice we have oodles of stamps with summer in mind. Check out these stamps on our website with projects from our design team for inspiration. Just click on the captions to get there.
Speaking of which, our fabulous design team is also sharing more inspiration on their blogs!
Welcome back to our week of mousey mischief and the crew of House-Mouse characters. Amanda, Maxwell, Mudpie and Monica are hanging around together for some adventures in crafts and leisure that are sure to be fun.
This foursome spotted bright colored beads and decided to take up the art of jewelry design.
Just look at the colorful choices of jewelry in this card by Kristine Reynolds. The beautiful bead-like pattern paper on her card was done with a Dreamweaver stencil embossed then distressed on coordinating paper. Find out more about the supplies and instructions for Kristine’s card project on our website.
All four mice find warmth in the pockets of hanging jeans on the clothesline after an acrobatic effort to get to them. I’m guessing it’s a great spot to rest with a bird’s eye view to their next adventure.