October’s Reward Cards

Hello My Dear Stamping Friends,

Here are the October rewards cards for you.

One of them was posted last month, but we decided to use this month as it had to be stamped and assembled by us.

It’s not too late for you to qualify to receive these cards.  If you place an online order, using my host code, for $50+, we’ll send them off to you.  To place an order, visit www.stampinlady.com and click on Shop Now, Shop Here.  My host code is:  2Y3W7ZQ9.

Have fun with all of them.  They’ll be in the mail to you very soon.

Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can help in any way.  Call or text: 303-888-1862

Thank you so much; I appreciate you every day, Pat

Cork Tree Card

Original by Su Mohr

Wrap the linen thread around the strip of designer paper three time and tie a knot.

Attach that piece to the embossed white card stock.  Add the cork tree and attach with glue

Stamp your greeting and attach with mini dimensionals.  Add the Brushed Metallic dots. Finish assembling.

Stamp the inside and the envelope.

Supplies used include:

Beauty of Friendship bundle, 10-11
Mossy Meadow card stock, 122
5 ½  x 8 ½
Whisper White card stock, 123
4 x 5 ¼, 2 each
Scrap for tag
Cork Specialty Paper, M 55
3 ¼  x 4 ½
Beauty of Earth designer paper, 130
1 x 4
2 3/8 x 6 for envelope flap
Mossy Meadow pad, 122
Bumblebee pad, 123
Soft Suede pad, 122
Ornate Layers dies, 164
Linen thread, 140
Brushed metallic dots, M 55
Timber embossing folder, M 37
Mini dimensionals, 167
Green glue, 167


Christmas Gift Wrapped Card

Original by Estella Cuevas

Attach the green foil to the Real Red card stock and add the smaller two ribbon pieces around the top two layers of the card.  Tie a bow with the longest piece of ribbon and set it aside.

Attach the Real Red and green layers to the card  base after adding the ribbon.  Attach your greeting to the card putting dimensionals on the top and bottom of the piece so that the dimensionals will straddle the ribbon.

Attach the bow with glue dots.

Supplies used include:

For Unto Us stamp set, M 41
Christmas Season stamp set, M 16-18
Christmas To Remember stamp set, M 19
Shaded Spruce card stock,122
5 ½ x 8 ½
Real Red card stock, 122
4 x 5 ¼
Whisper White card stock, 123
4 x 5 ½
1 ½ x 2 ¼
Green Foil, M 35
3 ¾ x 5
Painted Christmas designer paper, M 17
2 3/8 x 6 for flap
Shaded Spruce pad, 122
Real Red pad, 122
Stitched Greenery die, 165
Tasteful Labels dies, 166
Real Red Double-stitched satin ribbon, 140
6”, 7” and 10” (3 pieces)
Rhinestones, 142
Dimensionals, 167
Glue dots, 167

Tidings of Christmas Tree Punch Card

Original by Penny Jean Smith

This one is exactly as it looks.  I love the holly leaves.

Supplies used include:

Holly Jolly Wishes stamp set, M 29
Evening Evergreen card stock, 123
5 ½ x 8 ½
Soft Succulent card stock, 123
4 x 5 ½
Whisper White card stock. 123
4 x 5 ½
3 3/4 x 4 ½
Gold Foil, 135
Scrap for star
Tidings of Christmas designer paper, 133
3 ¾  x 5
1 x 4
2 3/8 x 6 for flap
Evening Evergreen pad, 123
Real Red pad, 122
Stitched Rectangles dies, 165
Pine Tree punch, 150
Mini star punch (retired)
Wonderful Gems, M 62
Gold Holly Leaves, M 17

Beauty of Tomorrow Fall Leaves Card

Original by Debbie Bair


Attach the embossed Cinnamon Cider card stock to the card base and then add the strip of Blackberry Beauty designer paper.

Stamp your greeting on to the small piece of white card stock and adhere that to the small piece of Blackberry Beauty card stock.  Attach that to the card.

The large leaf is attached with a dimensional and the smaller two are attached with glue.

The gold bow is attached with a glue dot.

Supplies used include:

Beauty of Tomorrow bundle, 45
Blackberry Bliss card stock, 122
8 ½ x 5 ½
3 x 2 ½
Basic White card stock, 123
5 ¼ x 4
2 ¾ x 2 ¼
Cinnamon Cider card stock, 123
5 ¼ x 4
Blackberry Beauty designer paper, mini 45
5 ¼ x 2 ½
6 x 2 3/8
Blackberry Bliss pad, 122
Cinnamon Cider pad, 123
Timeworn Type embossing folder, mini 55
Gold Shimmer ribbon, mini 45
Dimensionals, 167
Glue Dots, 167



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