Lunchbox Love Notes

Last week, I made the mistake of making my kids a few cute lunchbox notes. They loved them. I say mistake because now they want me to make them for every lunch! And I am not permitted to reuse them lol! So I need to make stacks at a time. I pulled together some basic…  |  read more »

Stamp Your Own Journaling Cards

Recently I had the pleasure of stamping with the MyStampBOX set Bold Blocks. I am generally a layout papercrater so I love this set for making journaling blocks or tags. I started out with a sheet of white cardstock that I cut down to random smaller sizes. I used brown and black ink and stamped…  |  read more »

Stamped Background

I was working on a layout about my son learning how to write his letters and I wanted a patterned paper with the ABC’s on it. I didn’t have anything that fit the bill, so I pulled out an alphabet set from MyStampBOX. I chose Summer Alpha. I lined up as much of the alphabet…  |  read more »

Stamping a Scalloped Border

Sometimes a border is more fun stamped than punched. Even if you don’t have a border stamp you can use a single circular shaped stamp to make a fun scalloped border. Here are the basic supplies you will need:

(ink, a MyStampBox circle stamp from the Border Lines collection, an acrylic block and paper). First ink…  |  read more »

Cute Stamps on a Masculine card

I don’t know about you, but I am drawn to cute stamps with cute images. There is nothing wrong with cute stamps, but every once in a while, I do have to make a more masculine looking card and then I am at a loss! So my challenge to you is to find ways to…  |  read more »

Matching Stamps to Patterned Paper

Usually when I want to use my stamps on a layout, I try and match the theme of the layout or the graphics in the patterned paper. For this layout, I was using patterned paper with little cameras and talking about how much my son loves to have his picture taken, so I grabbed a…  |  read more »