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No Stamp Cards



Hello!  Lisa here today to share some clean and simple cards made without stamps.  Most of the time when I sit down to make a card I reach for my stamps.  But this time I limited myself to using only patterned papers and embellishments to create my cards, something I found fun and refreshing.  If you remember my last post I talked about buying products in one collection to make putting projects together easy, and I've done just that here too...


  1. For my first card I started by layering and trimming some pattered paper.
  2. I then layered the sentiment with a matching die cut.
  3. Completed with some enamel hearts.


For my next card I used rub-ons for my sentiment.







  1. I trimmed patterned paper and adhered it to my card base.
  2. I added embellishments and rub-ons 


Both are super simple and easy to re-create.  Just the way I like it!  Hope you've enjoyed my post today, and that you were inspired to get out your patterned papers and embellishments and see what you can create!

Full Supply List:
Fancy Pants: As You Wish 6 x 6 paper pad
Fancy Pants: As You Wish Ephemera Pack
Chickaniddy Date Night Enamel Hearts
Maggie Holmes: Style Board 6 x 6 paper pad
Maggie Holmes: Style Board Badges
Maggie Holmes: Style Board Rubons

Happy Crafting!
Lisa


Comments

  1. Both of these cards are really cute and I love that they are just made with patterned paper and a few embellishments!

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  2. Super cute cards!! I need some inspiration to make cards, so thank you for that!

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  3. no stamps on cards?!?! bestill my heart! i didn't think it could be done! and you made TWO incredible cards! wow! totally inspired and blown away!

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