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2.18.2009

Simple Stamping


Edited to Add:
Many requests regarding the flourish stamp used above. It's an Inkadinkado wood mounted rubber stamp that I purchased at AC Moore. There is no 'name' listed on the stamp, but you should be able to locate it on their wall of stamps. Last time I checked, it was still there. They have two sizes, small and large. I used the large one on the card above and stamped it twice.
I hope you can find it!





I made four cards using Four Square by Stampin' Up! All of the cards are quite different, but at the same time similar because I used kraft cardstock and brown ink. I used simple one layer stamping, then added the square as a dimension. I only used ribbon on one, but that was because I took it too far! I was supposed to do simple cards only!

I have a lot of cards and I have finally decided to part with them. Most of the cards, if not all, have all been posted on the blog, so you have seen them before. I am going to slowly, but surely update my online store. I have neglected the store for quite some time now, but I wanted to make sure I used it more this year. So, be on the look out for some 'for sale' posts...hopefully sooner than later.

Not interested in my cards? Well, you may want to keep an eye out for some craft supply for sale postings. Soon, I will be looking for new homes that will appreciate some great craft supplies I have neglected over the past few months from Prima flowers to stamps. I hope all of my readers can find something to buy. So, start saving a few dollars and get ready!

Anyway, for these cards, I'm not going to post instructions or supplies because tonight I'm being lazy...really...and I want to go watch American Idol (on TiVo). But, if you have any questions on what I have used or how I made the cards, please feel free to ask by leaving a comment or e-mailing me. I'll update the post as necessary! Want these cards? They will be available to purchase very soon!

6 comments:

Stamping Cafe said...

Gorgeous cards, simply beautiful!

sideoats + scribbles said...

Ashley, these are simply stunning! Yep, nothing else to be said, except I love them!

Heather in FL said...

So pretty! (As usual.)

After you watched AI, who are you rooting for? I pick Danny Gokey for best guy, Alexis Grace for best girl and Ricky Braddy for next best, but according to dialidol.com, it'll be the oil rig guy, and I can deal with that -- he wasn't horrible. :-) I was really surprised how many fell apart last night.

Angie Tieman said...

These are all so fabulous! I can't decide which one I like best!!

Wendy said...

Ok, I love them all but I think my fav might be the button one! I told Char I wanted to use buttons more so I am going to try on my next loonie card, wish me luck!

Darletta said...

I really enjoy looking at your blog on a regular basis. Your papercrafts are so beautiful!!! These simple cards are amazing. What is the name of the stamp/stamp company that you used for the 1st card for the flourishing background? I really like it and was wanting to purchase it for my stamping projects. Thanks for sharing your creative ideas!

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