Last week’s Serendipity Stamps Design Team Challenge was “She’s Gone Country” – to create a card using Serendipity’s “country” themed stamps – you know…barns, farm animals, calico…PLUS it had to be watercolored.
Anya Schrier created her card using 952E Cardnials and a calico themed paper for the background.
Amy Cokley used our Tractor Cling Set 208QCL for her country card.
Kathie Bailey used the Barn Door With Wreath Cling Set 1190QCL for her country Christmas Card.
Jenny Gropp used our Screen Door 001K image for her country card.
And even though I showed her card in my last post, it’s so pretty it’s worth repeating! Miriam Napier used our Rooster Large 715K for her country card.
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Look at this gorgeous card created by Miriam Napier for our “She’s Gone Country” challenge. Miriam used our Rooster Large 715K image for her card.
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This beautiful framed creation was designed by Anya Schrier using the Floral Alphabet.
This card by Carolyn Hurst is made using an image from our Illustrated Months Set.
This card by Carolyn Hurst was made using our Circle Alphabet Set. Would these make beautiful place setting cards or a personalized set of thank-you notes?
A collection of ornaments created with Serendipity Stamps.
The ornament below is by Yvonne Hagane, using Christmas Chapel.
The ornament below is by Maria Levine using Snow Pets.
The ornament below is by Kathie Bailey, using Snowflake Flourish Large.
The ornament below is from Jennifer Woodward using the Earth Ornament.
The ornament below is from Yvonne Hagane using the Snowflake Flourish Large.
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I didn’t get Kathie Bailey’s shaped card into yesterday’s post until it went out to the subscribers so I posting it again so no one misses it! What a clever card! Kathie used several Serendipity Stamps images to create piles of gifts around the base of her Christmas Tree! Here are some of the ones she used: Merry Christmas, Train Engine Small, Baseball Glove and Bat, Bicycle, and the Present Border.
Last week’s Serendipity Stamps Design Team Challenge was to create cards with a shape other than a square or rectangle. Here’s what they came up with.
Amy Cokley made this card using our Turkey 800K image. She embossed the card back with a wood grain.
Miriam Napier created her card using our Heart W/ Roses 421G image.
Anya Schrier used the Scarecrow Boy 799H for her card. She also used Festive Fall 1225D, which is on the 25 cent sale right now!
Jenny Gropp made her card using our Bayleaf Wreath Large 935K image and Happy Holidays
Sue Eldred made her card for last year’s challenge, but it’s always been one of my very favorite cards so I thought I’d show it again. She used Crystal Snowflake 938E and Snowflake Flourish Lg 1196G for her mitten card.
Kathie Bailey’s card is so clever! She used several Serendipity Stamps images to create piles of gifts around the base of her Christmas Tree! Here are some of the ones she used: Merry Christmas, Train Engine Small, Baseball Glove and Bat, Bicycle, and the Present Border.
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The card above is an entry from Karen McAlpine. She used our Poinsettia image. Click the images below for other ideas.
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Birch Candles – 818J
Cozy Village – 1132
Poinsettia Large – 673 and Season’s Greetings – 1136
Cardinal – 117
Poinsettia – 673 or 674
Miriam Napier created this gorgeous set of wildlife cards. Wouldn’t a set like this make a great Christmas Gift for someone? And look how easy these cards are to make. Each image is stamped in black ink, sponge on a bit of color if you like, layer on patterned paper and add some simple, natural embellishments. Remember, if you’re giving these as a gift, don’t make them too bulky! Miriam used the following stamps on these cards. Buck – 116L, Happy Birthday – 552E, Pheasants – 1247J, Celebrate – 153D, Geese – 1230K, and Nature Gives – 305E (this stamp is 20% off on our Clearance Sale)!
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