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We BEE Stamping TEAM Blog Hop - Everything Coming Up Green


Welcome to this month's Team Blog Hop!  I just wrote in my last blog post, how we are coming into that time of year when we will start seeing the signs of spring.  So here is some additional inspiration with our theme, 'Everything Coming Up Green'. 

I decided to create 2 projects seeing as it is March, I did a monochromatic St. Patty's Day card, and a second card, showing off four other different ink colors. I hope you like.

Card 1:  for St. Patty's Day

#clovercard #stampwithlisabrown #creativecardcloset

Parakeet Party is the star here!  I love this color from the 2022-2024 In-Color collection.  I used:

  • 2022-2024 In-Color 6x6" Designer Series Paper
  • Parakeet Party 1/8" Metallic Woven Ribbon
  • Heart Punch Pack
  • 2022-2024 In-Color Matte Decorative Dots
  • I found the sentiment from Hello Ladybug stamp set. 

Card 2:  Forever Fern

#foreverfern #stampwithlisabrown #creativecardcloset

Here's a color I seem to rarely use... Shaded Spruce; which is the card base color and the rounder berry sprig.  I also used Garden Green, Mint Macaron and Old Olive.

I hope you are as excited as I am to see what Karen Burke has created so be sure to Buzzzz on over:


Or Buzzzz on back to Linda Bauwin and see what she has created.


If you want to check out my other spring project click, Nested Friends Blog Post for another spring time project. 

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We BEE Stamping TEAM Blog Hop - Favorite Mini Bundle


Welcome to this month's blog hop.  We are talking about our favorite bundle (stamps & dies or stamps & punch) from the January-April 2023 Mini Catalog.   

So what is my favorite bundle?  Well, it is the Dainty Delight Bundle.  The pretty wildflower stamps and fabulous dies are right up my alley.  And to make this even better, Stampin' Up! has created a beautiful pack of 12" x 12" Designer Series Paper called Dainty Flowers.  You can earn this pack of paper for Free during Sale-a-Bration (ends February 28, 2023) by placing a qualifying order me. 

My first project I created with the Dainty Delight Bundle, includes the new background stamp called Hand Drawn Dots and my favorite paper bling, the Fine Shimmer 12" x 12" specialty paper:

My second project highlights the free Dainty Flowers DSP that you can earn during Sale-a-Bration: 

I hope you like these projects today and thanks for stopping by. 

NOTE:  The Dainty Delight Bundle must be everyone's favorite.  Look for it to be back into stock March 29, 2023! 

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We BEE Stamping TEAM Blog Hop - Stamped Christmas Gifts


Welcome to this month's Team Blog Hop and thank you for joining us as we head into the busiest time of the year.  Hope your holidays are magical. 

Just a reminder the Last Chance Product list and sale started today.  CLICK HERE to check out all the great items. 

My project today features the Window Wishes Bundle and the fabulous Snowflake 12 x 12 Specialty Vellum!


For the bag:

  • 2 pieces of specialty vellum cut at a 10" square
  • Score 3 sides at 2-1/2" and the last side at 1-1/4"
  • Fold each scored line and give it a good crease using a bone folder.  It will really help with the vellum
  • Holding the scored vellum in front of you:
    • fold the 1-1/4 line toward you and glue down (makes the top flap)
    • snip off the bottom left and bottom right squares leaving the middle flap 
    • all the 2-1/2 scored lines get folded back
    • do this to both 10" squares
  • Adhere the two 10" pieces together.  Side flaps first an then the bottom. 

Here a side angle picture.


The window/candles/wreath are all made with the Window Wishes Bundle.  

A couple of tips: 

  • Use a  Cherry Cobbler Stampin' Write Marker to add dots of berries to the wreath. 
  • I cut the two window dies with Basic White card stock but then also cut the inner die again with Basic Black cardstock. 
  • I inserted the black negative pieces to give a solid background.  

Another Tip:  when making the bag and using vellum, the 1-1/4" top flap will show the dull side of the vellum.  I took left over strips of the specialty vellum paper and adhered to the four flap sides.  I used 2 pieces of 1-1/8" x 2-3/8" and 2 pieces of 1-1/8" x 4-7/8".  Colored card stock would also look nice. 

Because the vellum is a thicker material, it does not show the Stampin' Seal+ adhesive used to hold the bag together!

I hope you like my project now.... 

Continue to hop with our team and Buzzzz on over to see what Mary Ann Rossiter has to share!


Don't forget, you can Buzzzz on back to see Linda Bauwin's project again.  


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We BEE Stamping TEAM Blog Hop - Slimline Cards


Welcome to this month's team blog hop featuring Slimline Cards.  These have been a wildly popular card, cut to a different size... slim and long, fitting into a business size envelope.  My card features the Sweet Gingerbread Bundle from the fall/holiday catalog.  


Card Details:

  • Card Base is Mint Macaron CS cut 8 x 9-1/4 and scored at 4" on the 8" side
  • Basic White CS layer is 4 x 9
  • Basic White 4-1/4 x 5-1/2 (quarter sheet for houses, roofs, and wreaths)
  • White Glimmer paper 4 x 6
  • Crumb Cake CS 1 x 6 for fence and pebble stones
  • Old Olive CS 4 x 5 to die cut 8 trees

With the wavy die, cut the White Glimmer paper into 3 sections.  Make the bottom the longest.  When cutting the other two pieces, shift the wavy die so they will be different when layering them onto the Basic White layer.  

On the quarter sheet of white, stamp 2 houses in Crumb Cake ink (stamp off on scrap paper first for the houses).  Also in Crumb Cake is the door, windows and door outline, and the scallop roof.  Using Real Red and Old Olive markers, color and stamp two wreaths.  Stamp the windows in So Saffron. Die cut all pieces, adhering the scallop roof and wreath to each house.

Assembly all pieces, tucking the top house and some of the trees behind the snow drifts. 

Add a rhinestone to the doors for knobs. 

Stamp the bubble stamp (I used the reverse side of the side) in Mint Macaron ink, stamping off first.  Then stamped the words in same color, not stamped off. 

Buzzzz on over to see what Karen Burke has created....


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We BEE Stamping TEAM Blog Hop - Fall Is In The Air


Thank you for joining us for this month's Team Blog Hop!

I think I say this each year... Fall is my favorite season!  The fresh, crisp air and beautiful colors.  Funny, even though it means plants, flowers, and trees are losing their foliage and dying out for the year, it is more rejuvenating to me than spring. 

I'm excited to share my fall project with you, which is a creative fold card, featuring the Hello Harvest Bundle and Rustic Harvest Designer Series Paper. 

Be sure to read to the end for 2 (two) incredible September deals happening now!



Card Cut & Product Details:

  • Mossy Meadow card stock:  4-1/4 x 11 scored at 5-1/2
  • Crushed Curry card stock:    4 x 10-3/4 scored at 2-1/2 and 5 and 3/4 x 2-1/4
  • Cajun Craze card stock:        small scrap or 2 x 2 piece
  • Very Vanilla card stock:        2 pieces of  4 x 5-1/4
  • Designer Series Paper:          2-1/4 x 3-3/4 and 3-3/4 x 5
  • Natural Woven Ribbon:        4-1/2 piece
  • Rustic Metallic Adhesive-Backed Dots
  • Used Stitched Rectangle Dies (die cut size 2-5/8 x 3-15/16)
  • Stampin' Blends Markers (see below instructions for colors)


  1. Fold the Mossy Meadow CS to form card base.
  2. Z-fold Crushed Curry, adhere largest section to card front, then add DSP as in picture
  3. Using Stitched Rectangle die, die cut one of the Very Vanilla pieces of card stock.  Make sure to die cut one side as you will stamp the flower spray and leaves on the other half. 
  4. Once you die cut the rectangle, stamp the pumpkin and color (I used Stampin' Blends:  colored whole pumpkin first with Light Soft Sea Foam, then Light and Dark Pumpkin Pie and Light and Dark Cajun Craze)
  5. Stamp words on Crushed Curry piece that is 3/4 x 2-1/4.  Banner cut it and adhere to top of rectangle Very Vanilla
  6. Stamp floral spray, die cut, and color (Stampin' Blends colors:  Mossy Meadow, Dark Cherry Cobbler, Light Old Olive, Light Crumb Cake, Light Melody Mango, Light Cajun Craze).  Add floral spray to pumpkin with Dimensionals
  7. Stamp and die cut 3 leaves in  Mossy Meadow ink & add to back of rectangle
  8. Wrap ribbon around bottom fold then add rectangle to small, front fold.  You will add adhesive ONLY to bottom of rectangle
  9. Die cut 2 swirls in Cajun Craze CS - add to card
  10. Decorate with some Rustic Metallic Dots
  11. Other piece of Very Vanilla CS is for inside of card

Now let's Buzzzzz on over to Stampin Mak and see what Mary Anne has created!


Don't forget, you can Buzzzz on back to Linda Bauwin's project too!



Check out new limited time released Perfect Partners Dies!  New dies that coordinate with already existing stamp sets (bundle are available with a 10% savings).

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We BEE Stamping TEAM Blog Hop - Final Farewell to Sale-a-Bration


Welcome to our Team Blog Hop!  This month we are featuring a little farewell to Sale-a-Bration... but don't fret!  You still have until August 31, 2022 to earn your FREE Sale-a-Bration (SAB) items.  Plenty to still choose from too.  One of my favorites is the Silver & Gold 6 x 6" Specialty Paper so that is what I am featuring below.  You can earn a Free pack with a $50 product purchase.  

Sweet Gingerbread card:

#sweetgingerbread #stampwithlisabrown

  • My card base is Blushing Bride, stand A2 size (5-1/2 x 8-1/2" scored & folded in half).
  • I chose the silver dot pattern from the Free SAB specialty paper to look like snow (4 x 5-1/4")
  • Using a 4-1/4 x 5-1/2 piece of Basic White card stock, stamp and die cut all the pieces
    • House:  Blushing Bride house, I stamped on scrap paper first
    • Roof:  Blushing Bride ink
    • House Detail stamp:  Blushing Bride Ink
    • Line around door and windows is also Blushing Bride Ink
    • Door and Windows are stamped with Pool Party Ink (stamped on scrap paper first)
    • 2 trees stamped in Granny Apple Green
    • 3 lollipops all stamped in Blushing Bride (I stamped on scrap paper first for 2 of them)
  • The word bubble, one tree and one lollipop are popped with with Stampin' Dimensionals.

Go To Greetings Card:

#gotogreeting #stampwithlisabrown

  • Here I used the Gold Foil Stripped piece of SAB specialty paper cut to 4 x 5-1/4
  • Above adhered on Basic Black card base (5-1/2 x 8-1/2 scored & folded at 4-1/4)
  • Cut Basic Black card stock 2 x 4-1/2"
  • Cut Gold Foil dotted SAB specialty paper to 2 x 4"
  • Banner cut both above strips and adhere to card
  • Using Go To Greetings stamp set, stamp on white and use Stitched Rectangle Dies to die cut words and then the next size up for a black background. 

The Go To Greetings cards is a quick and easy cards that is easy to make a batch of cards.  Get your Silver & Gold 6 x 6" Specialty Paper and try it out. 

Let's buzzzz on over to see what Mary Anne Rossiter has created:


Don't forget, you can buzzzz back again to Linda Bauwin:


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