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Right now as I look out at my garden all I see is a sea of mud and slush. But I can close my eyes and imagine it filled with flowers and vegetables! It won’t be long until it’s time to start planting! And just to get you in the mood here are 3 gorgeous floral cards from our design team. These all include some form of print or music. Have you entered our type print/sheet music challenge yet? You still have time to submit your entry to the Serendipity Stamps Challenge blog for your chance to win a $20 gift code! But hurry – the deadline is March 3rd!
The cards above were created by:
Jeanne Jachna using our Thistle
Anya Schrier using our English Rose
Karen Amidon using our Violets Large
It’s been a while since I posted a “With One Stamp” theme. Since a couple of our recent DT Challenge posts featured out Cupcake and Candle Die I thought it was fitting that I showed you a whole bunch of examples. Enjoy!
On cold, snowy, Saturday evenings I love nothing better than to spend a couple of hours preparing a wonderful meal with my husband and sitting down with a nice bottle of wine to enjoy it. It helps that our kiddos are off at college and we don’t have to hear “what’s IN this stuff anyway?” On warm, sunny, Friday summer afternoons, I love to have the neighbors over, sit on the patio and enjoy some fresh peaches off our tree, cheese from the local goat lady and a nice cool bottle of my husband’s home-made mead. Our Wine and Cheese stamps are the perfect reminder for just such occasions.
DT member Anya Schrier used Serendipity Stamps’ Heart Teapot Cling Set to create her card for our current Type Print/Sheet Music challenge.
Have you entered one of our challenges yet? Did you know we choose one random entry each month to win a $20 Gift Certificate for Serendiipity Stamps? So don’t be bashful! Even if you’re a newbie and unsure of yourself, make a card with a Serendipity Stamps image that includes some newsprint or sheet music (the newspaper, a magazine, junkmail) and submit it to the Serendipity Stamps Challenge blog. You’ll get great feedback from our DT letting you know what they like about your card. Why not give it a try?
There are so many possibilities with our current Type Print/Sheet Music Challenge. Serendipity Stamps Design Team member Marybeth Lopez didn’t use any type print or sheet music on the front of her card – but she used it beautifully on the card’s envelope and inside! She used the Bread and Chalice Cling Set, and May The Peace. This is an absolutely beautiful set of designs, and yet very Clean and Simple.
You don’t need to go out and buy expensive scrapbook paper for your type print or sheet music. Most thrift stores have old hymnals, dictionaries and of course lots of other books on their shelves!
The SS Design Team was asked to include a food-related image as well as type print or sheet music in their challenge card.
Karen Amidon used our Cooking Tools stamp to make her card. On the inside she used Love You and some of the hearts cut from the Love Die.
You can join our challenge by submitting your type print/sheet music design to the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog by March 3rd.
Design Team member Miriam Napier created this cute card for Serendipity Stamps current challenge – typeprint/sheet music. You can join us at the SSCB and possibly win $20 off your next order.
Miriam used our Cupcake and Candle die set and For You and Happy Birthday stamps.
Happy Valentine’s Day to all you awesome paper crafters out there!
Owl Die, Owl Solid Die, Heart Solid Die, Who Loves Ya
The current challenge over at the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog is to create a design that includes typeprint or sheet music – and a Serendipity Stamps image. Enter your design by March 3rd for your chance to win $20 off your next order!
Our DT had an additional challenge – they had to include food along with their typeprint. Jenny Gropp used our Pea Package Cling set to create her card. A perfect inspiration for me! I have my seed catalogs out full of turned down corners so that I can start placing my orders for this year’s garden.