November 7, 2013

Sweet Stamp Shop - Get Bloggin'


Today i have a post on Sweet Stamp Shop blog, i've covering Blog Housekeeping on my Get Bloggin' feature!! Click here to check it out!!

I made a Christmas card for my SSS blog post, i really am trying to get my Christmas card stash built up! For this card i started with a bright green cardbase and added a pattern paper panel to the front.

Then i stamped the road on a piece of white cardstock, lightly color it with some grey ink. Next i stamped the cute little delivery card on some watercolor paper and colored it with some red ink. I cut it out and adhered it to the white panel with foam dots.

Then i stamped the speed lines and tiny clouds (aren;t they cute!!) Last i stamped the sentiment! And now i have another easy to make card for my Christmas stash!

Thanks so much for stopping by! If you are just stopping by my blog make sure to check out my Get Bloggin' post on the Sweet Stamp Shop Blog!!


Stamps: Sweet Stamp Shop - Speedy Greetings
Ink: Papertrey Ink - Poppy Red, Black. Versafine - Black
Pattern Paper - Unknown


  1. This is oh so cute! Love that patterned paper too!

  2. Really adorable card, Dana! Now that I'm here at your blog (I came over from SSS, I see that you are in MI, darn ... here's what I commented on the other blog about backing up your stuff:

    Dana, this was SO incredibly helpful! I used to try backing up my blog with just clicking on the "Backup/Restore," but I didn't have the information you included about going to those two other Google accounts and I never felt like anything happened, nor where it went if it DID backup! I followed your instructions and just did a successful backup of all 7 of my accounts. I'm leaving this message on both blogs. May I link to this post from a post of my own so that people can refer to this for help? Please let me know. If you live in Northern California, I want to buy you lunch!! Hugs, Darnell

  3. OMG, don't you just love Darnell? She is so sweet :)
    I loved your post too - so much awesome info, and you broke it down perfectly so my non-tech-savvy brain could handle it. That's truly impressive :)
    I love this card - the road! the little clouds & lines! So much movement :)