Weekend in pictures

First, though, the Copic colors used on the poppies. I had a few comments, and a couple of emails, too. So here ya go. I used the same colors on the other card, but the look is so different because of the paper the image was stamped on. Thank you for your sweet comments!  I also had a question about the ribbon . . . it takes practice! 🙂 Just double up, and keep on tying!


Here’s another flowery card – shocker, I know. Maria from Kitchen Sink Stamps has the most gorgeous hydrangea stamps, and combined with this Anna Griffin patterned paper. . . sigh! It’s perfect for my mother-in-law’s card. You can find the pocket card tutorial here. The patterned paper is one sided and very flimsy, so I adhered it to cardstock before I scored and folded. Worked very well! The ribbon on the pocket was already ruffled. I just adhered it with Scor-Tape (love that you don’t need scissors for this stuff!). The picot-edged ribbon was stitched to the insert and then I tied the bow around just the top part.


My sister came over yesterday afternoon. She had a surprise guest in from Ohio and they were in town shopping for Mother’s Day gifts for sweet Addi to take home with her, and needed a little bit of help with cards and prettying up the packages. Enter Aunt Jenn’s stamp room, and any need you have for paper and ribbon is fulfilled! 🙂


Here’s what the girls made.


They had much fun using Nestabilities (my sister might just come over to the dark side of paper crafting yet!) in the Cuttlebug. After Addi picked her colors (can you tell she loves purple?), they worked on making these cute folded Mother’s Day cards and also little note cards for Addi to take home with her. We dumped the jar of random Prima flowers (when the bottles get low, I just dump the rest into a jar) onto the table, and they chose flowers, set eyelets, and added rhinestones and ribbons, too.

Hope you’re having a wonderful weekend!

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  1. Posted April 27, 2008 at 8:55 pm | Permalink

    OMG are you serious!!! I totally thought that hydrangea were Patterned paper!! It’s a stamp!!!! OMG! Oh and when are you coming to Ohio to see me?!?!

  2. Posted April 28, 2008 at 11:24 am | Permalink

    Hi Jenn! How much fun was that!!!! You have inspired me to get my friends daughters over here to make Mothers day cards for their Moms!!

  3. Posted April 28, 2008 at 1:51 pm | Permalink

    That pocket card is absolutely GORGEOUS!!! Your choice of patterned paper was perfect — reminds me of a trellis. And that pleated ribbon!! I think this is one of those cards I. must. CASE. LOVE it!!

    BTW, I just found and ordered one of those Threading Water punches (yep, I’m doin’ the happy dance now -lol). ;D

  4. Bonnie aka raduse
    Posted April 28, 2008 at 5:27 pm | Permalink

    I’m coming to play in Aunt Jenn’s stamp room too then. 🙂 Those cards Addi made are too cute.

  5. Posted April 29, 2008 at 9:13 am | Permalink

    Love love love, how you tied the ribbon to the top of the card. Very neat.
    Thanks for sharing.


  6. Posted April 30, 2008 at 10:31 am | Permalink

    1st, gorgeous cards!
    2nd, who makes the poppie stamp?
    3rd, I awarded you on my blog;)

  7. Posted May 3, 2008 at 1:04 am | Permalink

    Your Mother’s Day pouch is stunning!!! Wow!!

    The girls’ projects are darling, and they did a fantastic job with everything!!

  8. Posted May 9, 2008 at 2:55 pm | Permalink

    What fun, what fun! Sisters & cousins stampin’ the day away!

  9. Posted May 14, 2008 at 5:05 am | Permalink

    Oh this is stunning! I just ordered this set yesterday and I’m glad! Love the ruffled edge. Looks like they had a ton of fun. What a grat room you have!

  10. Posted May 16, 2008 at 2:24 am | Permalink

    Hi Jenn – Your card is beautiful! Love the soft ruffled ribbon to go with the Hydrangeas and the wonderful lattice DP! Gorgeous! 😀 Hope you had a wonderful Mother’s Day!

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