Posted by: Julie Elak on Tuesday, January 31, 2023 at 12:00 am
It’s Tuesday and guest designer, Mugdha Gujarathi is bringing more sweetness your way. This time Mugdha is spreading smiles with bees and honey. Happy bees, of course, using the bees from the Honey Bee stamp set.
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Posted by: Julie Elak on Monday, January 30, 2023 at 12:00 am
The Fuzzy Monsters stamp set is full of fuzzy critters and the focus on today’s card by Julie Elak. This set may not be designed specifically for Valentines, but by selecting a pink and red color palette this set is now perfect for spreading some love.
Posted by: Julie Elak on Friday, January 27, 2023 at 12:00 am
Are you ready for Valentine’s Day? Sue Taylor-Hill has hugs and kisses for you today.
First up is the sloth from the Sloffee stamp set. This cutie is paired with the Heart Panel die. Sue added just a touch of glitter on some of the hearts in the panel.
Next up is a card where die cuts are the focus. Sue cut HUGS out twice, slightly offsetting the green on top of the gold to add extra dimension to the sentiment. A great color combo for any type of occasion that hugs are needed.
Hello everyone, I am Mugdha Gujarathi from India. I am a teacher by profession and crafter by passion. I love stamping and coloring. I love to make clean and simple and slimline cards. Besides crafting, I enjoy reading books, cooking, and watching movies.
Posted by: Julie Elak on Tuesday, November 1, 2022 at 12:00 am
We are starting off November by introducing a guest. Please join us in welcoming Susan Powell!
We are excited to have Susan join us. Her style varies from CAS to layered, but everything she makes is full of color. Susan will be sharing her creations with us all month long, so be sure to stop back and visit often.
Hi Friends! My name is Susan and I LOVE to make cards.
I have been creative in some form or other my whole life but when I found cardmaking around 2012 something clicked and I’ve been making cards ever since. I am an equal opportunity card maker lol – which just means I don’t stick to one style of card. Thankfully my husband understands my need to be creative because I even take card making supplies with us when we travel.
I am thrilled and honored to be guest designing for Your Next Stamp over the next few weeks. I hope you enjoy the cards I’ve made to share with you.
Susan’s first card features a trio of minis in a festive winter scene.
Susan used Prismacolor Pencils for the critters, oxides for the background, Tombow Dual Brush Pens for the lights and CPD for the holly.