Stamp a stack cards!

Here are the cards I did this past week in my stamp a stack class. They made a dozen cards total (3 of each – 4 designs).










Here are the cards individually and up close….





This one used the Take Three set  and I colored it with the real red and old olive markers. I copied this idea from one of the girls at Founder’s Circle.









This one was made with the To You and Yours set. I used baja breeze, chocolate chip and the ski slope paper.









This one is an oldie but a goody… old favorite Lovely as a Tree. I used Kiwi Kiss and Riding hood red for this one along with the Top note die from the Big Shot.








This last one is the Snow Swirled set in Pink Pirouette and Chocolate chip.





11 thoughts on “Stamp a stack cards!”

  1. Lisa —

    These cards are all SO beautiful and at their heart are simple to make. I love how each one has an extra touch — whether it’s a special way you used ribbon or of course some glitter bling — but each one is “mailable” as I call it and won’t be too thick to make it through the postal service equipment. I could see mass producing any of these as my family’s Christmas card. Thanks for sharing and I bet your “stamp a stackers” loved them!

  2. Elizabeth Velazquez

    Lisa, I just love your beautiful Christmas cards. I love the Lovely as a Tree stamp set. I can’t wait to get it. I had my first stamp a stack cards class last weekend. It went very well, but it was exhausting. LOL We made 25 cards, 5 of each design. The ladies had a great time.

  3. It was such fun to make these cards at stamp camp. Colors are so cheery and unique. The ideas are warm and friendly.

  4. I love all the cards, but my favorite one is the one with the stamp set To You and Yours with the cottage. That inspired me to purchase that set. As always the Lovely As A Tree is so versatile and great for Christmas cards as well as other occassions.

  5. I used the snow swirled set for my Christmas cards this year. The tree looks lovely embossed in gold or silver and the tree is unique from any I have seen before.

  6. These are great! I am so glad I finally bought Lovely as a Tree. So happy I found your new blog.

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