Posted by: Julie Elak on Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 12:00 am
This week as we browsed the internet we came across a shaker card by Becky Lillibridge that made us smile!
Little Darling Mermaid takes center stage on Becky’s globe shaped card. The sand and shells inside the shaker truly make this one authentic creation! Becky keeps her card simple and reminiscent of the beach with jute and the white stamped sentiment over kraft card stock. Wonderful!
Head on over to Becky’s Instagram Gallery beckynoelle to see more of her work!
We are always on the lookout for YNS customer creations, so tag your photos with #yournextstamp!
What a fun card featuring the newly released set Silly Book Monsters! Kulbir’s card is colorful and interesting without any patterned paper to be found. Check out the embossed book panel that she created by stamping the bookshelf multiple times. The gradient inking provides a spotlight for the book monster and the sentiment acts as the floor.
Posted by: Julie Elak on Saturday, January 14, 2017 at 7:00 am
This week we spied a creation by Koren Wiskman on Instagram where she goes by kwiskman. Koren’s card caught our eye with Waddles in a food truck surrounded by food!
Koren puts to work many of the stamps from the Waddles – Food Truck Fun set. The card base is filled with stamped food and the food truck is decorated with the awning and sign. Koren put her wonderful coloring skills to good use on the food truck, the aluminum texture she created is perfect!
To see more fun cards from Koren visit her on Instagram at kwiskman.
We are always on the lookout for YNS customer creations; be sure to tag your photos with #yournextstamp.
Rachel’s box is colorful and cute with the critters from the stamp set Party Animals nestled in the grass. With balloons, cake and a banner, this is a definitely a party in a box!
You can find more of Rachel’s work on Instagramor her blog, The Unpampered Stamper.
We are always on the lookout for YNS creations. Be sure to tag your photos with #yournextstamp.
Posted by: Julie Elak on Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 12:00 am
We are ending the year on a snowy note and sharing a creation we spied on Instagram by cards.by.auntie.biza.
The snowy scene with trees creates a great backdrop for the Believe in the Magicreindeer. Layering the circle over the snow repetition breaks up all the white and creates interest. Wonderfully clean and CUTE!