Easter Bunny

Easter Bunny

Happy February, and welcome back to Stamping with Buffy! I was trying to finish up my yearly filing for employer tax stuff last night, so didn’t get a chance to schedule a post for today. Actually, I have been trying to finish up my filing for three days, but I keep getting locked out of the website. I’m not sure why; my numbers and their numbers don’t agree, but I’m the one who gave them their numbers and I’m giving them the same numbers. How can they not agree?

I decided to take a sanity break and create a card today, because I’m way behind on my creative and fun projects (and that’s a lot more fun than taxes!). This started out as a swap, but I decided to send it to my bunny loving granddaughter instead.

Easter Bunny, Framed Florets, Stampin' Up!, Rain or Shine

Isn’t he cute? When I send it, I’ll add a sentiment, but here’s how I made this.

First, I cut an oval in a piece of Basic White Cardstock using the Framed Florets Dies. I die-cut the fancy frame from another piece of Basic White and used Small Blending Brushes to add Pear Pizazz Ink to it.

On the front of the piece with the Oval cut-out, I stamped some of the grass from the Easter Bunny Stamp Set (in the January – April Stampin’ Up!® Mini Catalog) using Pear Pizazz Ink. On a separate piece of Basic White Cardstock, I stamped the bunny and the butterfly, also from the Easter Bunny Stamp Set in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink. I colored the bunny with Crumb Cake and Petal Pink Stampin’ Blends and the butterfly with Granny Apple Green and Daffodil Delight Stampin’ Blends. Then I punched the bunny with the Easter Bunny Punch (order it with the Easter Bunny set using the bundle number and save 10%). I fussy cut the butterfly, since there’s no punch or die for it. Then I set them aside.

Next, I adhered a Window Sheet to the back of the Basic White layer with the oval cut out. I wrapped Foam Adhesive Strips around the back of the oval piece over the Window Sheet using the oval cut out as a guide for where to put the strips. Then I tossed some of the Loose Daisy Embellishments and a few of the Green and Blue For Everything Fancy Sequins into the Adhesive Strips “fenced area.”

I added a piece of the Rain or Shine Designer Series Paper (DSP) behind the Basic White/Window Sheet layer over the Foam Adhesive Strips. I added a few extra Stampin’ Dimensionals in the corners then adhered this entire piece to a Basic White card base.

Finally, I added the bunny and butterfly with Stampin’ Dimensionals. I have to admit, I have some of the retired Snowfall Accents Puff Paint and had to add it to the little bunny tail. Amelia will love this, even though, again, this bunny does not look like her BunBun. But, still, he’s totally adorable, just like BunBun.

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a lovely day!

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Framed Dainty Flowers

Framed Dainty Flowers

Welcome to Stamping with Buffy! I hope you had a lovely weekend. Mike & I spent a few days in Williamsburg, VA, and had such a restful and relaxing time. The highlight, as always, was visiting our favorite seafood buffet,

Before we left for the trip, I had made several cards to have ready to post. Here’s the card I will have people make when they say, “Oh, I could never do that!” or, “I’m just not crafty.”

Dainty Flowers, Stampin' Up!, Framed Florets

Isn’t that oval floral wreath gorgeous? And doesn’t it look like it takes a lot of effort and talent? Well – think again! This may be the most simple card I’ve ever made.

All I did was stamp the sentiment from the Framed Florets Stamp Set in Rich Razzleberry ink. The beautiful wreath is a piece of the Dainty Flowers Designer Series Paper (DSP) – and it was free! I simply cut the already printed wreath, rounded the edges with what I realize now is a retired Stampin’ Up!® punch (oops!), then adhered it to a slightly larger piece of Rich Razzleberry Cardstock (also with the edges rounded by the aforementioned retired punch), then to a Pumpkin Pie card base. How easy is that? If you can use a Paper Trimmer, a punch, and a Stamparatus, you can create a card just as beautiful. I also added a few Solid Faceted Gems so I’d feel like I put a little effort into this.

If you look closely, it looks like this was watercolored on our Fluid 100 Watercolor Paper, and trust me, I do not have those artistic talents. Or, you may think (before you know it’s DSP) that I used Stampin’ Write Markers to color a stamped image and then stamped on card stock and embossed it (because there is a textured look to the paper), but no. I simply cut out the image, then stamped the sentiment. Even a first time stamper will feel successful creating this card.

During Stampin’ Up!® Sale-a-braton (through February 28, 2023), you can earn this gorgeous paper free with a $50 order. And that’s easily achieved! For this card, if you purchase a Stamparatus and one ink pad you’ve reached the goal. Or if you have the perfect ink pad, maybe consider some card stock or the Framed Florets Stamp Set or Bundle. Or add the Solid Faceted Gems. Trust me, you do not want to miss out on this paper! You can order on my website or contact me if you have questions!

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a lovely day!

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Picturesque Sunrise

Picturesque Sunrise

Welcome back to Stamping with Buffy! Have you ever ordered something you really loved, but when it got to you, you went, “hmmmm. I wonder what it was about this that caught my eye.” That happened to me when my Stampin’ Up!® order from the January-April Mini Catalog with the Picturesque Stamp Set arrived. I didn’t remember ordering it, but I was sure there was a reason. It may have been one of the sentiments. There are a couple sentiments in the set that resonate with me.

I pulled it out the other day and had so much fun playing with it. The first thing I realized was that all three of the larger stamps “fit together” to create a beautiful scene.

Stampin' Up!, Stampin' Up! January-April Mini Catalog, Picturesque

Isn’t that a fun sunrise? I used my Stamparatus, of course, to fit the pieces together. First, I stamped the large trees in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink, then added the smaller ones in Mossy Meadow Ink. I stamped the sunrise using Tahitian Tide, Crushed Curry, and Calypso Coral Ink. And as hard as I tried to keep everything lined up, I still had a few blank spots, so I filled them in with the appropriate colors of Stampin’ Write Markers. I love how Stampin’ Up!® colors coordinate!

Finally, I added the birds in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink and the sentiment in Calypso Coral. I adhered this piece to a Mossy Meadow Cardstock layer.

For the background, I wanted some Designer Series Paper (DSP). I looked through all my “stash,” and decided on this piece from the Dainty Flowers 12″ x 12″ DSP in the Sale-a-bration brochure. This paper is awesome!  – and it’s free with any $50 order through February 28 (or while supplies last). It’s beautiful and it’s very popular, so don’t miss out; place your order soon to avoid disappointment.

My card base is Mossy Meadow, and I added a few Iridescent Pastel Gems in sunrise colors.

I am so glad I ordered this set – even if it was by accident! I’m going to have a lot of fun with it.

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a lovely day!

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Playing in the Rain

Playing in the Rain

Welcome back to Stamping with Buffy! I hope your week is off to an amazing start. I had to work on some taxes today (bleh!), but I also got to do some “work” in my craft room. I love working there, because it’s never work!

I wanted to use a few more of the products I ordered from the January-April Mini Catalog and Sale-a-bration, and I had such fun.

Stampin' Up!, Playing in the Rain Bundle, Rain or Shine Product Suite

This card uses most of the products in the Rain or Shine Suite from the Mini Catalog. I think this was the first set on my list after I saw the new mini. My granddaughter loves rabbits, so I had to get this suite! When she was “little,” she loved cats and horses. Now that she’s a responsible eight year-old and all grown up (!), she wanted a pet for her birthday, but a horse was out of the question and they already had a cat. She found a beautiful little bunny that she fell in love with and named him Havana (but they call him BunBun). He is a sweetie, and Wesley is happy to have another male in the house.

For this card, I started with a Calypso Coral card base. After embossing a Daffodil Delight layer with the Raindrops Embossing Folder, I adhered it to the base. The Rain or Shine Designer Series Paper (DSP) is so fun! Many of the images have a little shimmer to them. I cut a 3″ x 4-1/4″ piece of the DSP and adhered it to the Daffodil Delight Cardstock.

Using Basic White Cardstock, I die-cut a circle from the Layering Circle Dies, stamped the bunny (from the Playing in the Rain Bundle) in Basic Gray, and the sentiment (from the Easter Bunny Stamp Set) in Old Olive Classic Ink. I colored the bunny with Smoky Slate, Polished Pink, Petal Pink, and Daffodil Delight Stampin’ Blends. The bunny was darker than I liked, so I lightened him a little with the Color Lifter.

For the little rain puddle, I used several colors. I didn’t want it to be mud, but puddles aren’t usually a pretty blue either. First I colored it with Balmy Blue, then colored over that with some Pool Party. Finally, I added a little Crumb Cake over that. It’s still not perfect, but it’s ok and he seems to be happy with it.

When I pulled out the die from the Playing in the Rain Dies, I realized that the puddle wasn’t part of the die, so I used the “Out of the Box” technique. Basically, you cut whatever you don’t want the die to cut (the puddle and spashy drops), then tuck this behind the die before you die-cut. I added this to the die-cut circle with Stampin’ Dimensionals, then added that to the card front.

I created a banner edge on the sentiment, then slipped it behind the bunny. He just looks so happy, dancing in the rain! And the DSP umbrella is keeping him mostly dry while he plays.

Remember – if you order the Rain or Shine Product Suite, you get the Playing in the Rain Bundle (Playing in the Rain Stamp Set & Dies at the bundle discount), Rain  or Shine DSP, Raindrops Embossing Folder, and Loose Daisy Embellishments. You can also order all of the products separately, but if you order the Playing in the Rain Bundle (or the Suite), the bundle is 10% less than if you order the stamps and dies separately. And you will want the dies with this set!

If you’re free, join me for my Facebook Live later today. I’ll be showing you how to make the Spring Shaker Card with this same suite of products. If you can’t make it, it will be recorded to my Stamping with Buffy Facebook page.

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a lovely day!

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Two-Tone Flora Shaker Card

Two-Tone Flora Shaker Card

Welcome back to Stamping with Buffy! I have such a fun shaker card for you today. I usually think of kids when I make shaker cards, but adults like them too. I decided to create one that doesn’t use Designer Series Paper. Take a look.

Stampin' Up!, Two-Tone FLora, Framed Florets

While I was thinking about what to use as a background for the shaker card, I noticed a die-cut on my desk. One of the dies in the Two-Tone Flora Dies is a full page. Here’s the whole set of dies.


I used the big die on the left. It makes a perfect stencil! You can use Blending Brushes with ink pads, Spritzers with ink refills and water or rubbing alcohol, or other coloring media to stencil the image onto card stock. Or, you can simply die-cut it and adhere all or part of it to your card base. I used the new Small Blending Brushes to blend Fresh Freesia, Tahitian Tide, and Bermuda Bay ink onto (and through) the die-cut.  Then I adhered it to a 3-3/4″ x 5″ piece of Tahitian Tide Cardstock and slipped both layers into a Clear Medium Envelope. I put pinches of For Everything Fancy Sequins in the envelope in front of the stencilled layer, then made sure the layers were flush with one side and the bottom of the envelope. I sealed the envelope as tightly as it would go without bending the paper and taped the other side down so it was also flush with the card stock. Finally, I adhered the envelope to a Fresh Freesia card base.

Since there was so much going on inside the envelope, I kept the front of the card simple. I stamped a sentiment from the Framed Florets Stamp Set in Bermuda Bay, then die-cut it with the Scalloped Contours Dies. After I looped some twine from the Three Twine Combo Pack to the front, I added the die-cut sentiment with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

I am very happy with how this card turned out. Even adults can’t help giving it a shake! These clear envelope shaker cards are so simple and so fun.

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a lovely day!

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Beautiful Hello

Beautiful Hello

Welcome back to Stamping with Buffy! If you know me or have been following me for a while, you will know that one of my Stamping Besties (probably my best Stamping Bestie!) is Susan Horr. Susan is an incredible demonstrator and creates the most beautiful cards.

A few days after Christmas, Susan posted about her daughter-in-law Tara. Tara is in charge of a program at Vanderbilt working to improve the end of life experience for patients and their families, She has asked for handmade sympathy cards to send to families. If you can, any cards you can send her would be helpful. (Envelopes are also appreciated!) Please send them to:

Tara Horr
2147 Belcourt Avenue
Nashville, TN  37212

Susan assured me that this is her work address, so it’s ok to post it.

I sent a few cards after Christmas, and I received this gorgeous card in return. I was going to send a thank you for the thank you, but Susan said that would be weird.

Isn’t that beautiful? This is definitely Susan’s style, and when I asked she said it was one in a box of cards she made for Tara last year. I think the stamp set and gorgeous sentiment dies have retired, but Stampin’ Up!® has lots of similar flower sets that can be used. I know she used Pool Party and Purple Posy (an In Color that recently retired), and maybe some Mint Macaron. And I love the little Pastel Pearls. Don’t you agree that Susan’s style is so clean and beautiful?

I was so thrilled to get this, and it was so sweet of Tara to send it. If you’re able to send some sympathy cards for Tara’s awesome project, it will be a blessing to many people.

And while I’m promoting the Horr family, Tara and Sam’s daughter Madelyn (Susan’s oldest grand) is selling Girl Scout cookies. If you need a cute little Girl Scout Cookie supplier, click here. Besides the returning favorites, they have some new flavors! Check it out!

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Beautifully Happy

Beautifully Happy

Today I have a simple card for you. Still, I think it’s very elegant despite its simplicity.

Two-Tone Flora, Stampin' Up! Sale-a-bration, Beautifully Happy

First, I stamped the flowers and greenery from the new Two-Tone Flora Bundle in the January-April Mini Catalog. I stamped in Evening Evergreen Classic Ink on a Basic White card base (5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″, scored and folded at 4-1/4″ to form a 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ card), but to make this even simpler, you could use the Basic White Note Cards & Envelopes. That way, you have your card base already made and you don’t need to buy an envelope, because it comes with the note cards! I think it’s a better size for this design as well. Sadly, that thought didn’t occur to me until I was finished.

I love to color images, but I know a lot of people do not. So this technique gives you a little color without the time. And it brings out your inner child, because splattering is a fun technique. Take a Watercolor Pencil (I used Melon Mambo and Granny Apple Green) and a Water Painter or paint brush. Make sure it’s really wet, then paint along the point of one of the Pencils. When you’ve picked up a bit of color, hold the brush in one hand (I use my non-dominant one) and whack the brush with the index finger of your other hand. Easy! If you need more ink, simply repeat the process. Switch pencils and repeat. If the mess this creates at the tip of the pencil bothers you, it’s ok. It will disappear when you sharpen your pencil.

Stamp the sentiment from the Beautifully Happy Stamp Set in Melon Mambo Classic Ink, then add a few Pastel Pearls to the card.

The Beautifully Happy Stamp Set is free with a $100 order during Sale-a-bration (through February 28, 2023). It has lovely images and fun sentiments. To earn this set free, here’s all you need to purchase.

  • Two-Tone Flora Bundle, 160414, $55.75
  • Basic White Note Cards & Envelopes, 159232, $7.00
  • Pastel Pearls, 154571, 6.50
  • Watercolor Pencils Assortment 1, 141709, $16.oo
  • Watercolor Pencils Assortment 2, 149014, $12.50
  • Water Painters, 151298, $13.00

You can click on the products below to see and order them in my store. (Or, if you want it all, simply click the Add All to Cart button.) Add the two stamp sets I used (Melon Mambo, 147051, and Evening Evergreen, 155576) at $8.00 each and you’re well on your way to a second free Sale-a-bration product!

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a lovely day!

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Nothing’s Better Than Daily Chocolate & Coffee

Nothing’s Better Than Daily Chocolate & Coffee

For classes this year, I’m heading back to my roots and offering a 3D project as well as greeting cards. I knew I wanted to make a hanging calendar, but I didn’t want anything that would take a lot of time or supplies. Sometimes getting a bag full of card stock, paper, and other supplies can be a bit daunting, and our class time is limited!

Here’s my first idea, but I know I’ll change it before the class!

Nothing's Better Than, Stampin' Up!
I chose Pale Papaya Cardstock for the base. Since five of our current In Colors will be retiring in a few months, I’ll be using the 2021-2023 In Colors (Polished Pink, Pale Papaya, Evening Evergreen, Soft Succulent, Fresh Freesia) a lot in the near future. These truly are some of my favorite colors, and I’m hoping some come back when we next have a “Color Refresh!”

The Pale Papaya base is 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ I covered the top half with two 2″ x 5″ pieces of the Dandy Designs 12″ x 12″ Designer Series Paper (DSP). This paper is not only very pretty, but it’s FREE with a $100 order during Sale-a-bration (ending February 28, 2023). Then I covered the “seam” with a Mango Melody strip of card stock that I die-cut with the Basic Borders Dies.

The bottom half of the base is covered with a 3-3/4″ x 5″ piece of Basic White Cardstock. Then I added another die-cut strip of Mango Melody Cardstock, plus a layer of Mango Melody Cardstock cut just a little larger than the calendars I’m using. I added the calendar to the Mango Melody layer with Tear & Tape Adhesive and the Mango Melody “2023” (die-cut with the Alphabet à la Mode Dies from the January-April Mini Catalog) with Fine-Tip Glue.

The last touch was to stamp Calypso Coral cups and Soft Suede and Crumb Cake chocolate from the Nothing’s Better Than stamp set, die-cut them with the coordinating Love You More Than Dies, and add them to the panel. I used two magnets – one at the top and one at the bottom – to hang it.

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a lovely day!

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Sunshine & Smiles

Sunshine & Smiles

Paper Pumpkin, Stampin' Up!

Welcome back to Stamping with Buffy! We had a little Spring teaser after Christmas. The weather was quite warm, the air smelled fresh, and it got me in the mood for Spring. Now we’re back to more winter weather (i.e. cold!). I don’t mind the cold too much, but at least it’s not bringing snow and ice with it! As a school kid, I prayed for snow, but as an adult, I’m happy that it’s staying away from us!

Cloudy days don’t have to be dreary, though. Make cloudy days a little brighter with the Sunshine & Smiles Paper Pumpkin Kit! This kit includes nine sweet and sunny cards—three each of three designs. If someone you know is weathering a storm, this kit is just what you’ll need to create cards that are sure to brighten his or her day!

This kit includes:

  • Everything you need to create 9 radiant cards—3 each of 3 designs—and 9 coordinating envelopes.
  • A sweet springtime photopolymer stamp set.
  • A Mango Melody Stampin’ Spot
  • A fun peek-through window scene on each card!
  • Cute precut critters and labels, fun raindrop embellishments, and more!

Finished card size: 5-1/2″ x 4-1/4″ (14 x 10.8 cm)

Coordinating Stampin’ Up! colors: Balmy Blue, Cajun Craze, Coastal Cabana, Daffodil Delight, Flirty Flamingo, Mango Melody, Old Olive, Shaded Spruce

And fun news – This kit perfectly coordinates with the Rain or Shine Suite Collection (item number: 160556). I love this collection! The little critters are so adorable. You can mix and match the Designer Series Paper (DSP) from the Rain or Shine Suite Collection with the Paper Pumpkin cards, or stamp and die-cut images from the Playing in the Rain Bundle to add to your Paper Pumpkin cards.

And here’s more fun – there’s an add-on! For the first time ever the add-on is a die set. The dies are available to purchase now, and will be available while supplies last. This add-on includes:

  • One coordinating frog-shaped die: 1-1/8″ x 7/8″ (2.9 x 2.2 cm)
  • One coordinating flower bouquet die: 1-1/8″ x 7/8″ (2.9 x 2.2 cm)
  • Item number: 162486, $6.00 USD

Wait – did you just say you don’t have a Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine? No problem!! Join my team during Sale-a-bration and you can add the original white or the exclusive new In Color  Boho Blue Mini Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine (a $63 value) and $175 in Stampin’ Up!® products for only $129. (That’s $238 in product for only $129. That’s huge!) You can also take the third “Join” option and order $175 in Stampin’ Up!® products (but no machine) for $99. It’s a great deal either way, don’t you think?

Start your monthly subscription to Paper Pumpkin here. You can cancel your subscription or put it on hold at any time. OR you can order a pre-paid subscription. These are available for 1-, 3-, 6-, and 12-months. If you order 3-, 6, or 12-month subscriptions during Sale-a-bration (now through February 28), you will be able to add at least one Sale-a-bration item to your order! Pre-paids can be ordered at a party or on my web site here.

Order or subscribe today – and don’t forget your add-on!

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a lovely day!

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Something Fancy

Something Fancy

Welcome back to Stamping with Buffy! I am so excited for the launch of the Stampin’ Up!® January-April Mini Catalog, and, of course, Sale-a-bration! It’s the most fun time of the year, don’t you think? You can join my team for $99 and get an extra $175 in products if you join during Sale-a-bration.  That’s $50 more product that the standard Starter Kit offer. And, if you choose, you can add an exclusive Boho Blue or the original white Mini Stampin’ Emboss Machine for an extra $30. (That’s $238 in product for only $125 or $175 in product for only $99. It’s your choice.)

PLUS you can earn free products with your order. For every $50 you spend on Stampin’ Up!® product, you can select a free Sale-a-bration product. And there’s no limit to the number of free products you can earn. So fun! But you only have through February 28, and then Sale-a-bration is over – so don’t be like Cinderella and wait until the last minute.

Today I have a super easy card for you using products from both the Annual Catalog and the January-April Mini and from Sale-a-bration!

Stampin' Up!, Sale-a-bration, Decorative Borders, Something Fancy

First, look at this beautiful Designer Series Paper (DSP). It’s 48 sheets of beautiful DSP (four each of 12 doubled-sided designs), and it’s FREE during Sale-a-bration! And check out the colors – Balmy Blue, Calypso Coral, Fresh Freesia, Granny Apple Gree, Mango Melody, and Petal Pink. These are some of my favorite colors, and the designs are so fun. 

For my card, I used a design with Balmy Blue and Granny Apple Green. First, I stamped a border from the Decorative Borders Stamp Set in the mini catalog using Bermuda Bay. I stamped directly onto the DSP. Don’t forget you can do that! I colored the leaves/flowers using Granny Apple Green, Fresh Freesia, and Petal Pink Stampin’ Blends. (Just a tip – you do not have to stamp your images in black ink to color them with Blends. Any watercolor ink will do!)

Next, I stamped the sentiment  from the Something Fancy Bundle using Tuxedo Black Memento Ink on Basic White Cardstock. I die-cut the label using the Something Fancy Dies. (Here’s another tip for you. You can order the stamps and dies separately, but if you take advantage of the bundle number, you’ll save 10%.)

The label looked a little too stark for me, so I used the Small Blending Brushes to add some Granny Apple Green to the tag. And now all of my Blending Brushes are easily accessible on my stamp table in the Blending Brushes Storage container that works with the Stampin’ Storage containers. 

I added a bow from Parakeet Party 1/8″ Metallic Woven Ribbon to the label with a Glue Dot, then added the label to the DSP with Stampin’ Dimensionals. I layered the DSP to a Bermuda Bay Cardstock layer and then to a Granny Apple Green card base.

I have to say, I love the plaid background, don’t you? And it was free!

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy!Have a lovely day!

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