Merry & Bright Colorful card for Christmas

Martha Lucia Gomez Blog, card making, handmade cards, Inspiration, Martha Lucia Gomez Hernandez, Samples 1 Comment

Hello everyone, Martha Lucia here to share a color christmas card with you!. The card that I have for today is a very different Christmas card. It is different because I used non traditional colors and maybe some images from Skipping Stones Designs that you don’t see more frequently. To create this card I used the Merry & Bright stamp …

Christmas Labels with CAS Card

Martha Lucia Gomez Blog, card making, handmade cards, Inspiration, Martha Lucia Gomez Hernandez, Samples, Stamping Tips 1 Comment

Hello everyone! Martha Lucia here with a “solution” that I hope you love! Christmas Labels is one of my favorites sets from Skipping Stones Design. This is perfect when you need to create massive cards and you don’t have enough time and need/want to make something beautiful. Today I have a card that is the perfect sample for it: The …

Chocolate Anyone?

Esther handmade cards 2 Comments

Welcome to the Skipping Stones Design blog. I am new to the design team and I am very excited to be here. My cards are full of layers, as you will soon learn, for me the more layers I use the better! 🙂 Today I am sharing a card I did with the Chocolate volume #2  stamp set. Aren’t those chocolates to …

Hello Birdie

Stephanie Blog, handmade cards 0 Comments

Hi everyone, Steph Ackerman here today and I’m using the Best of Birds stamp set. I fussy cut around the bird on the branch creating a corner element for my card with Hello just below.  Next, I matted this corner element with black cardstock.  I added a touch of color to the bird. The bird appears to be singing Hello so …

Bird Card Using Rich Colors and Metallic Sharpies

Larissa Pittman Ginny M, handmade cards 1 Comment

Hello everyone, Ginny here, today I wanted to create a “I hope you feel better”  for a man friend that recovering from a surgery.  He is musical and loves nature.  I had the perfect stamp from Skipping Stones Designs ! I simply heat embossed the bird and the sentiment on designer paper from my stash using black ink and black powder.  I colored the bird …