Hello, Hello, Hello!
I’ve missed blogging so much, I’m very happy to be sharing today!!!
My title Monogram Cards by Stampin Press instead of Lois is so you would remember me easier since I’ve been a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator since 2000. That is almost 16 years! WOO HOO! Boy time files when you are having fun! My title is Senior Manager, but I just love playing!
If you love playing join my team, you won’t be sorry!
I have lots to share but I’ll start at my present projects and post my previous ones soon!
I always do things backwards, that’s not a surprise if you know me.
Today I’m sharing Monogram Cards I made for Maggie who works as a Technique Aid at Current Recovery Performance.
I go for PT here, and it really helps. Their website is: CurrentRecoverNJ
Maggie will be heading back to college in North Carolina soon. Good luck Maggie!
Have fun and be careful! When you run out of note cards let me know and I’ll make some more for you!
Maggie told me she loves Elephants, and we have a cute one in our 2016 2017 Hostess Stamp set this year called Love You Lots
I had so much fun making these, I decide this would be our August Club Project.
We will be making six cards with matching envelopes. The club members can decide if they want to make these note cards for themselves to use or gift them. I wanted to share the easy, fast and fun way of making gifts using paper crafting ideas.
The stamp sets I used are Layered Letters Alphabet and Number of Years. I was going to use the stamp set Letters for You with matching Framelits but decide to use the Layered Letters Alphabet Stamp Set and punch out the letter and layer it on our Scallop Circle Punch.
I normally have lots of layers but for note cards, I think simple, using Whisper White card stock is best. I did use Dimensionals on the Monogram though, I had to. I can’t make a flat card, it’s just not in me…. ha ha ha
Feel free to contact me if you would like any more information on these cards. I’m here to help!
I made a package of about 9 cards with matching envelopes of course!
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Have a wonderful day!