Another Quick Card with Project Life and Wetlands – Stampin’ Up!

Today, Sandi MacIver, Amy Koenders, and I have all created projects featuring items from Project Life by Stampin’ Up!  My card was super quick and easy to make and highlights the beautiful Canadian Goose image from the Wetlands stamp set.

Wetlands & Project Life (3 of 7)

I thought the graphic black and white card from Project life would make a great background for the Wetlands stamp in Stazon Black ink.  Because the card already had a hint of yellow and a great white stripe across the bottom, I decided to add some Hello Honey Ribbon and mount it on a panel of Crushed Curry.  Then, I added my combined panel to a Basic Black card base.

Wetlands & Project Life (7 of 7)

I stamped the goose image from the Wetlands stamp set on a panel of Whisper White card stock, and put it on my magnetic platform with the Labels Framelits Die on top.  With the die in place, I added the “Thanks” greeting from the Another Thank You stamp set.  Because this set is one of our clear photopolymer sets, it makes perfect placement a breeze.  After cutting out my stamped image, I also cut two dies of the same size in Basic Black.  I cut one of them horizontally and the other vertically down the middle. I used the four pieces to create a thin mat for my goose. This requires a little trimming before you glue everything together, otherwise you have little parts that stick out.  I like to use Multipurpose Liquid Glue for this because it gives me a little play to move the pieces around before the glue dries.

Wetlands & Project Life (1 of 7)

I finished off the inside of the card by stamping the image of the little birds in the water along the bottom of a Whisper White Panel.

Wetlands & Project Life (5 of 7)

I really enjoy using Project Life for creating quick cards.  The ready-made backgrounds make everything a breeze to put together.  I was able to put this card together in just a few minutes while my son played with the dogs!  This is not something I can say often with a three year old running around. LOL.

Check out the links below to see how these talented ladies are using Project Life:

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If you haven’t gotten your very own copy of the new 2014 Annual Stampin’ Up! catalog yet, now is the perfect time.  There are so many great new items available for purchase.  I offer free catalogs to all of my customers.  If you are my customer or want to be my customer, please email me your name and mailing address.  I’ll be more than happy to send you the gorgeous book.  You can email me at

I hope you will consider selecting me as your demonstrator for your stamping needs.  If you need any supplies you can shop now in my online store!  Feel free to drop me an email if you have any questions or if you would like a catalog.  I’m here to help!

Happy Stamping!


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2014 Annual Catalog One-to-One Swap

Just a reminder about my one-to-one swap.  I hope you will join in the fun!  It is so great when I get to actually connect with all of you and this is a wonderful way for us to share our inspiration and creativity with each other.  To participate, you will send me one card created with current Stampin’ Up! products (no retired items please) and a self-addressed stamped envelope.  Once all the swaps have arrived, I will send you someone else’s card in the mail.  It’s that easy!  If you have questions, please feel free to contact me at

To participate, please register for the event by clicking on the button below.   Once registration is complete, you will receive an email with specific instructions (including the address for where to send your swaps).  Projects are due in hand by July 10, 2014.  I can’t wait to see what you create!  Happy Stamping!

Eventbrite - 2014 Annual Catalog One-to-One Swap

Demonstrator Sign Up Special Available through June 30th!

Have you ever considered joining Stampin’ Up! as a Demonstrator? Do you have at least $50 worth of products on your wish list?  Would you like to get Blendabilities Markers before they are available to the public?  If so, now is a great time to join.  Between now and June 30, new recruits can join Stampin’ Up! at one of two great prices. Stampin’ Up! will continue to offer their traditional starter kit priced at $99 ($125 product value), but for the month of June only they will also be offering a reduced priced starter kit at the low price of $50 ($55 product value).  Drop me a note at if you have any questions or if you’d like additional details.  I’d love to have you on my team whether you are a hobbyist or if you are interested in building your own business!  You can read more information about the benefits of being a Demonstrator here.

WEEKLY DEALS for June 17-23

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Click here to see the Weekly Deals from Stampin’ Up! in my online store.  The Weekly Deals are only while supplies last and only available at these great prices through June 23.

Stampin’ Up! items used to create today’s project:

If you would like to order any of the products featured in today’s project, click the images below to order from my online store.

Card Stock Cuts

Card Base: Basic Black -4-1/4″ x 11″

Panels:  Crushed Curry – 4″ x 5-1/4″ panel; Project Life card trimmed to 3-7/8″ x 5-1/8″; Whisper White – 4″ x 5-1/4″ (inside of card)

Sentiment & Die Cuts:  Whisper White – Labels Framelits Die (third from the center); Basic Black – Labels Framelits Die (x2 – third from the center)


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