I went with an under the sea theme for this release!
I hope this might help inspire some of you who may be a little leery of using Digital Stamps. In this card, I combined both traditional stamping and Digi Stamping. I know some of the people I’ve talked to who use traditional stamps get stuck in the idea that you need to use them on completely digital projects. But as long as you have a printer and some kind of program that can resize images (Microsoft Word, Photoshop, Gimp, Paint, etc) you can use a digital stamp like any other stamp you might have.
I’m hoping to possibly get a few more Digital Stamp how-to blogs/videos in before the end of the year. But until that happens feel free to hit that contact me button or leave a comment and I’ll do what I can to help you and make sure I cover that topic in one of the blogs or videos.
I hope you’ll stop by the Digistamps4Joy Blog to see what the other fantastic Design Team members have created and hopefully you’ll also check out the Digistamps4Joy Store and give these awesome digi stamps a try.
Hello Everyone! I don’t know about you but I feel like I am the worst at sending birthday cards… I had bought this stamp set a few months ago because it reminded me of an old college friend who loved sloths! I hadn’t gotten around to using it yet and in an effort to use more of my stamp sets I pulled it out to make a happy belated birthday card. Which let’s be real I will probably also never send. ☺️
I followed a sketch from my pintrest page for this card and I have to say I’m in love with the layout. I was able to use up lots of scraps.
Hello Everyone Happy April and Happy Easter! A new month means a new challenge at Digistamps4Joy! Our theme this month is Anything Goes with a bright colors twist! I love the bright colors theme for spring!
I’ll admit my bright colors didn’t come out as bright as I wanted but they still look good and bright!
I hope to see your awesome creations entered into this month’s challenge!
Prismacolor Pencils (Links Below link to the complete collection the colors I used are Putty Beige, Light Umber, Dark Umber, Spring Green, Apple Green, Prussian Green, Sky Blue light, Light Cerulean Blue, Cerulean Blue)
Gina K Designs Heavy White (Normally I wouldn’t recommend this for colored pencils but I was out of my colored pencils so it’s all I had.. but it is my favorite cardstock for pretty much everything else.)
I’ve had my eye on the Lawn Fawn Stiched Hills Pop Up Dies as long as they have been released I finally ordered them a few weeks ago after finding some inspiration in my Hedgehog Hollow Box! I also had a birthday coming up and needed a card so this seemed perfect!
Let it me say photographing pop up cards is kind of hard…
I’m back again with more wreath builder! I know that the pre-order ones have started to ship out so I hope some of you either have your wreath builders or are getting them soon. I made one more simple Easter card with the wreath builder so you can see it in action instead of just pictures of projects!
Hi everyone! I had some more fun with my Wreath Builder template for today’s project! When I opened my Hedgehog Hollow box and saw the Lawn Fawn Some Bunny Stamp set I knew I had to use those to make a fun Easter Wreath!
I’m here today with a Birthday Card using the Gina K Designs Wreath Builder! It’s so much fun and I’ve heard rumors it’s supposed to be back in stock soon! My theme here was a birthday card for a 9/10 year old boy… I’ll admit it never made it in the mail even though I made it in plenty of time for his birthday… oops…
We all have those really special friends in our life. One of mine happens to be a co-worker and also a crafty friend! She was kind enough to let me borrow a stamp set of hers for my 2017 Disney Scrapbook. Which I’m sharing exclusively on Instagram so go check that out if you are interested. I’ll probably share my favorite finished pages here sometime in the fall when it’s done but for now, progress pictures are all over on Instagram!!
Moving on this very special friend has been super important to me this year as I deal with some family health issues behind the castle walls. I decided to make her a quick thank you card for the letting me borrow the stamp set but I hope she realizes just how much that card needed to say. (Which she does now because she’s probably reading this! Hi Emily! Check her out on Instagram at letteredandlovelydesigns. Coming to a blog near you soon.)
On to the card!
I love this simple sponging technique a very quick and easy way to color an image if you don’t have a ton of time to spend on it. I also absolutely love this new Gina K Designs Rose Gold embossing powder. It comes across a little heavy gold in the pictures but in real life, it’s a really soft gold that I love.