Serendipity Stamps wishes everyone a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend. May we all remember those who died while serving in our country’s armed services. Serendipity Stamps will not ship orders between 5/22 and 5/25 and will resume shipping on Tues 5/26.
The card above was created by Design Team alumni Holly Craft using our Porch Flag rubber stamp. The card below was created by Design Team member Marybeth Lopez using our Flag and In God We Trust stamps.
Today is the 2nd posting for Serendipity Stamps’ “My Girl” challenge. Our design team is showing off their Girl Power – making cards with a feminine twist. The card above was created by Serendipity Stamps Design Team member Jeanne Jachna for our 1st “My Girl” posting. She used our Aprons stamp – which just happens to be the May Stamp of the Month – 50% Off! I love this card – the aqua’s and pinks remind me of a couple of the Feedsack aprons that I have from my grandmother! And did you notice the wonderful little “wood” sequins? Be sure to add those to your cart at www.serendipitystamps.com.
Want some more inspiration? Just jump over to the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog to see all sorts of Feminine cards!
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Happy May! The Serendipity Stamps Challenge theme for May is “My Girl”. Cards you’d send to your mom, your daughter, your best girlfriend, your granny…you get the idea! Want to win a $20 gift card to use at www.serendipitystamps.com? Just enter your “girl” themed card at the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog and you could win our random drawing!
The card above was created by Serendipity Stamps DT alumni Anya Schrier using our Aprons and Mother stamps. Aprons is our 50% Off Stamp of the Month!
New Pretty Pink Posh Dies!
We love the simple, clean lines of Pretty Pink Posh dies – they provide the perfect backdrop to our beautiful word and intricate shape dies. We just received our shipment of Pretty Pink Posh dies and now have their two newest designs!
Happy Monday everyone! I hope you had a great weekend. It was beautiful, breezy and sunny here in Missouri and I had a wonderful weekend (pics below)! And right now I’m going to put a lovely cap on the weekend for the winner of our May Release Blog Hop.
Christine Kiehl wins a $20 Gift Certificate to use at www.serendipitystamps.com! Christine – email me at email@example.com to claim your prize!
The card above was created by DT Alumni Birgit Edblom using our Winter Fenceline and Camper stamps. Below? My eldest daughter graduated summa cum laude with her BS in Health Sciences. Now she has 2 years of graduate school to finish in order to obtain her doctorate in Physical Therapy. Spent a lovely evening last evening fishing (crappie) and checking out the spring wildflowers (violets and sweet William).
Hello Hoppers! Oh my goodness – aren’t you all glad the May is finally here? I know I am! And to celebrate we’re showing off all the great new stamps and dies from our May Release! Our Design Team has worked up all sorts of amazing inspiration for you. Just hop through the blogs listed below. Be sure to leave comments for your chance to win a $20 Gift Code to use at www.serendipitystamps.com. You have until May 3rd to leave your comments. I will announce the winner right here on Monday May 4th!
Click the link below to display and print the May release
Serendipity Stamps May Release
And of course we have some super specials for you!
From now through Sunday May 4th, get FREE Shipping on all US orders of $15 or more!
Our Stamp of the Month, Aprons, is 50% off all during May!
Ready to start hopping? Just follow the links below. If you get lost along the way, just stop back by here to get back on the trail.
I’m not sure what it says about me that “wine” is the first thing that popped into my head when I saw that CASology’s cue word this week is “Flight.” Let’s just say that it’s been a long, hard winter and I’m ready to have some friends over for a wine tasting on the patio.
The great news is that Serendipity Stamps is the sponsor this time! So head on over there to play along and you could win a $20 Gift Certificate to use at www.serendipitystamps.com.
For my card I used our Eat Drink cling set which includes the Wine Glass and the Eat Drink stamp you see plus two other stamps! I also used our Wine Border stamp. I stamped in black and colored with pencils. Easy Peasy! Now – head on over to CASology for some inspiration and then enter your own “Flight” inspired card!
This is a great time of year to take a drive through the country. Pastures are emerald green and full of baby calves. Fields are freshly plowed or, if you’re lucky, full of the tiny purple flowers (weeds) called henbit. Last week I passed a field full of butter colored winter wheat ready for harvest. The challenge this month at the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog is to create a Monogram card or a card that features a verse. DT member Julie Warner created the card above using our Summer Barn image and our One Day In the Country verse. She also added a die cut “C”, from our Celebrate Die and a die cut “t” from our Sweet Die to add some dimension and highlight the verse. Julie also stamped the inside of her card using our Winter Barn and Thinking Of You ($1 Cling Sale!) stamps. I’m lucky enough to drive by my own beautiful old barn everyday on my way up my driveway.
I first saw the phrase “Practice Random Acts of Gardening” on a bumper sticker. What a fun, whimsical idea! It reminded me of a video I’d seen years ago about a man who was a “guerilla gardener” – he planted flowers in potholes, sidewalk cracks and any other odd place he could find. I tried to convey this idea of flowers coming up where you don’t expect them. My little fence is the bottom from our Daisy Garden Die and the flowers growing up in front of the fence are from our Daisy Border die. I used the CL Fanciful Flourish Mini to add a bit of extra vine. And last but not least is the Practice Random Acts of Gardening stamped on one of the new Stitched Tag Dies from PPP.
You can see the video of the pothole gardener here. Are you inspired? I am! I’m planning to stop by the local nursery, pick up a 4 pack of marigolds and find some potholes! I’ll be sure to report back!
The winner of our April Release Blog Hop is Pat of Colorful Card Creations! Pat – contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how to claim your $20 Gift Certificate for www.serendipitystamps.com. Congrats Pat! I just love this bright, cheery card that Karen Amidon created for the Blog Hop last week. She makes it so easy by using patterned paper for her flowers! Karen used our new Spring Flower Pops stamps and dies and our new Bloom die. Visit Karen’s blog to see how she created these flowers – there’s more to it than meets the eye!
April’s challenge at Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog is to make a card that features a monogram or a verse. Monograms are huge right now. My college-aged daughters and their friends have monogrammed ball caps, t-shirts, backpacks, even shoes! I recently came across a pretty monogrammed locket with little tintype photos inside of a man and woman that look to be taken about the time of the civil war. The monogram is so intricately intertwined that I had a hard time figuring out the letters. I’m still trying to work out who’s locket it is (it was in my . I created my monogram card using Serendipity’s Elegant Alphabet and the Olive Branch Large. Want some inspiration? Pop on over to the Challenge Blog and see what our Design Team has come up with!