Stamps Galore’s “Mimbreno Katydid” and “Mimbreno Cricket” are stamped in black on green “Slab” scrapbook paper with white swirls. The turtle stamp is unknown. Small stamps are by Meer Image and “thanks for your kindness” is by Stampin’ Up! Card by Vi Fisher.
Stamps Galore’s “Bold Block – Sail Boat” is stamped three times on different colored Bazzill card stock, cut out and adhered to white card stock as shown. “SAIL AWAY” is imprinted with Image Tree alphabet stamps. A Making Memories photo anchor and brad are attached as shown. The KI Memories paper strip is adhered to the right side of the card and the punched circles are adhered along the lower edge. Card by Danielle Côté.
Stamp Galore’s “Frame #5, Southwest” and Stamp A Mania’s Navajo Bear are embossed in copper on beige card stock which is secured to lime green card stock with copper eyelets and layered onto a rust colored card. Card by Judy Conklin.
Stamp Galore’s “Bold Block – Sailboat” is stamped twice with a Pearlescent Lavender Brilliance pad and once with a Cosmic Copper Brilliance pad, cut out and glued diagonally on Curious Metallic blue card stock as shown. Hero Arts “Smiling Sun” and Annette Watkins’ saying are stamped in Cosmic Copper on a square cut of white glossy card stock. This is edged with a copper Krylon Leafing pen and mounted on the blue card stock. Two bows are made with 1/2″ gold sheer ribbon and mounted on the card as shown. The blue card stock is mounted on a white card. Card by Margaret Wiggin.
Stamps Galore’s “Kokopelli #8, Lg.” is stamped in black on white card stock, cut out and set aside. The background card stock is made with a Clearsnap Roller. “Just because”, by Stampin’ Up! is embossed in white on a black rectangle which is layered on the background as is the cut out Kokopelli. Card by Vi Fisher.
Stamps Galore’s “Mimbreno Ibis” is stamped in black on white card stock and layered over black hand torn card stock and hand made background paper. “Thank you” is by Stampin’ Up!. Variegated Boa yarn is attached in the top left corner. Card by Vi Fisher.
Both Stamp Galore’s “Nubble Lighthouse” and Stampin’ Up!’s couple sitting were stamped in black and colored with chalk. A rock and grass were masked out when using the stamp of the couple so as to make it appear that they were sitting on sand. The words, “Bridal Shower” and “Location of proposal: Nubble Lighthouse” were computer generated on vellum. The vellum was run through a Xyron sticker machine and adhered to the scene which sealed the chalk. Invitation information was printed on the inside of the card using a computer. Card by Susan Guyette.
Stamps Galore’s Brownie stamps: “Airborne – Wow!”, “Brownie – What?” and “Brownie – Running Fast” are stamped on this card titled, “Discovered”. Other stamps used in this card are “Hand” – Beeswax; “Tree” – Stampscapes; “Fern” – Rubber Stampede; “Weeds” Stamp Francisco; “Small fern” – Sunday International; “Grass dots” – Stampin’ Up!. Card by Beverly Shupp.
Stamps Galore’s “Narrow Butte, Sm.” is stamped in the background on the right. Other stamps used in this “Song of America” card are “Tiny Elvis image, Couple in car, Girl on horse, Gas sign, Rock formation” – VLVS; “Eagle, Sand, Road runner” – Stampin’ Up!; “Record” – 100 Proof Press; “Sun” – Pressum; “Cactus” – Unknown. This card appeared in the Elvis section #138 Nov/Dec 2004 issue of Rubberstampmadness. Card by Beverly Shupp.