When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left and could say, "I used everything you gave me, Lord." I am a believer that God created each one of us with a unique talent, therefore, use it well to serve Him.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

High Hopes

Alot of fellow crafters are amazed at the stamp line of High Hopes. However, people has a lot of complaints about not receiving their paid stamps.  Good that 7kidscollege fund gets them as a wholesaler and boy they're fast to send it out after sending your payment.  Here's a few cards I made using this line of stamps:

Whipper Snapper Stamps

Christmas card set I made for Michelle using Whipper Snapper stamps:

Anya & Ian by The Greeting Farm

Cards I made sing Anya and Ian:

Birthday Card for DMIL

November 17 is the birthday of my DMIL and I made three cards for her:

This is from me and Ed.  Card was made using Anya image by The Greeting Farm

From Ella

Card from Jackie and I used High Hopes stamps.


Cards using Inkadinkado stamps:


Penny Black

Cards I made using Penny Black stamps:


Reposting: Justrite Stamps

Here are the cards made using Justrite stamps:



Repost: Virtual Stamping Night in celebration of World Card Day

Me and two of my craft friends, Jerosha and Joan celebrated World Card Day by doing Virtual Stamping night.  Here are the cards that I made for that event:

 Kaleidoscope Card

Halloween cards using Cricut, Stamps and Copic Markers


Odd Shape Cards


Pop-Up Card

Step Stair Card

Reposting: Popcorn the Bear

Here are the cards I made using Popcorn the Bear stamps:


Reposting: Storage for Spellbinder dies

Like most crafters I store my dies in CD jewel cases and they are attached secure in a magnetic vent cover.  This is relatively inexpensive, no fuzz and secure. 


Reposting: Clear Stamps Organization

This is how I store my huge collection of clear stamps:

This is really most effective way of storing your clear stamps collection.  I am so happy with it.  BTW, it was in ebay that I was able to find difference sizes and configuration of protective plastic sheets which are all archival safe.