Card set

Three of my favorite things to do when stamping

  1. Look at challenge to give myself an aim of what to stamp and how I’ll design my card.  Today I had the Global Design Project #55 challenge in mind!
  2. Look at project I love that someone else has designed for some inspiration.  Sometimes it’s the colors, sometimes it’s the layout.  And sometimes, it’s just the blossom or the sentiment!  But looking through Pinterest or a few of my favorite blogs usually has me chomping at the bit to sit down and get stamping!  These cards were inspired by this card set by Jennifer McGuire
  3. Give myself a challenge to look through what I ALREADY HAVE!!  I have so many supplies and love buying more!  But I have to stop myself from buying more these days and look at the amazing images, colors, embellishments, paper, etc that I already have and use it!!  These blossoms are from a Stampin’ Up! set that retired a long time ago!  But When I pull out the stuff I already have, it fills me with gratitude for the fun things I have to fulfill my crazy stamping passion – as opposed to filling like I need more more more.  Don’t get me wrong.  A new item added to my collection is thrilling too!!!

Oh how I love stamping therapy!

Happy day 🙂

Kellianne

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4 thoughts on “Card set

  1. I love your personal challenges, Kellianne. Great cards that make a great collection. Thanks for playing along with the RAK challenge at the Global Design Project this week!

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  2. Wonderful cards Kellianne! I love the list of how you get your inspiration too. Awesome tips. Thank you so much for playing along with this week’s Global Design Project challenge! Look forward to seeing you play along with us again.

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    1. I so agree Krista! I love to hear that others have felt the same way about what it’s done for them. Thanks for sharing that! 🙂 and I think I follow you on pinterest! Love your stuff! 🙂

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