Stampin' Up!'s Creative Elements stamp set can help you make an easy card, especially when you are in a hurry. Why in a hurry? Last month when I was not feeling great, I messed up my calendar – I thought my mom was coming this weekend and my mother in law next weekend – NOPE! They are both coming this weekend – and they both have birthday's in the next couple of weeks.
While I am finalizing the final video for my VIP Program on my computer and it is doing it's thing, I was over stamping and making birthday cards!
Oh, and before you worry, my mom and mother in law get along great – so no World War III approaching.
But, I am still a little behind in my work (which is the best work ever!) and when it hit me yesterday that they were both arriving in less than 48 hours – ack! And me with a messy house, a messy kid and a husband that is just a mess – and don't even get me started on me – and I have to have their birthday gifts ready!
Moving on away from my rambling – I grabbed the Creative Elements Stamp Set, a little Rich Razzleberry and my Simply Scored and away I went!
For the sentiment, I used the Delightful Dozen stamp set (a must have in my books!) and some White Embossing Powder and ta-da!
Accessories: Victoria Lace (118481), Simply Scored (122334), Diagonal Plate for Simply Scored (125586), 2 3/8" Scallop Circle Punch (118874), 1 3/4" Circle Punch (119850), Pearl Jewels (119247), Heat Tool (129053), Embossing Buddy (103083), White Embossing Powder (109132), Paper Piercing Tool (126189)
Here is a hint: I stamped the flourish on the Soft Suede in Versamark before I used my diagonal plate for the scoring. If you try to stamp it after, well, let's just say it is not a great idea 🙂
If you need to make easy cards, you can order any of these supplies by clicking the links above and you can be making these cards next week! I hope that you enjoy the easy cards I made for my mom and mother in law for their birthdays using Stampin' Up!'s Creative Elements!