Trees For Sale FREE Tutorial

Trees for Sale Tutorial

Hello Stampers! We are experiencing a heat wave this week, which makes it a perfect time for staying inside and crafting. I’ve prepared a FREE Trees for Sale Tutorial for you using the Trees for Sale stamp set and Tree Lot Dies. The Tree Lot Dies are available FREE with a qualifying order during Sale-a-bration.

Trees for Sale Stamp Set and Tree Lot Dies

This is one of my favorite sets of stamps and dies! I just love the dog, the string of lights, and the cute camper that is only available in this limited time die set.

Trees for Sale Tutorial

Trees for Sale Tutorial

A Sweet Design

I’ve used one of my favorite designs for this card. It is adaptable to almost any stamp set. If you don’t have these products, feel free to use this card design with your own supplies.

I’ve included step-by-step instructions in this FREE tutorial. I hope you enjoy it. If you do like it, be sure to subscribe to my Newsletter. I send a FREE tutorial almost every week!

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The Tree Lot Dies are available FREE with a qualifying order during Sale-a-bration! Here’s a list of all the Sale-a-bration items. Don’t delay because all of these items are WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!

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Penguin Place Diamond Point

Penguin Place Diamond Point lead photo

Today’s Freshly Brewed Projects Blog Hop features Cute Christmas, and what could be cuter than a fun little Penguin Place Diamond Point Fun Fold! Wow! That’s a mouthful.

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Penguin Place Diamond Point Fun Fold

I just love this cute penguin stamp set, and it comes as a bundle which includes the punch!

Penguin Place Diamond Point lead photo

Diamond Point Fun Fold

This fun fold isn’t nearly as hard as it looks. I’ll be teaching it in my clubs this month, and I think members will be surprised at how easy it really is. Stay tuned for another version of this fun fold, along with directions on how to create it. Be sure to follow my blog so you won’t miss it!

I used the Penguin Playmates DSP, which was a freebie from our last Sale-a-bration. I hope you were able to get some of this during the special. It is now retired, but there are many other good DSP options for this card.

Penguin Place Diamond Point


I used Memento Black and and Pumpkin Pie to stamp the penguin and punched her out with the coordinating Penguin Builder Punch. I chose Fresh Freesia to stamp her scarf and bow. They are both fussy cut. The penguin and her feet are adhered with Dimensionals. I used the Opal Rounds to embellish.

Penguin Place Diamond Point Detail

I stamped the long greeting in Misty Moonlight and cut it into three pieces, two on the front and one for the inside. A tip: Be careful where you place your inside greeting, so it doesn’t show when the card is closed.

Penguin Place Diamond Point Inside

Let’s Hop!!

I hope you’ve enjoyed my project. Let’s see what my friends have in store for us!

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Snowflake Wishes Winter Blues

Snowflake Wishes Slimline

I’m using Snowflake Wishes for this week’s Winter Blues themed Blog Hop. For my friends in Australia, this is the Winter season. And, if you live in the USA, you may be wishing for a little cool weather right now.

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Slimline Card

I used the Snowflake Wishes Stamp Set and So Many Snowflakes Dies to create this Winter Blue slimline card. If you’ve never made a slimline card, you should try it. I started with a 7” x 8 1/2” piece of Balmy Blue cardstock, and scored the 7” side in half at 3 1/2”. That’s it! So simple, and it will fit in a regular business envelope.

Snowflake Wishes Slimline Card

Greeting Element

Using the label die in this set, I cut an opening in the left side of my Night of Navy panel, and stamped my greeting in Night of Navy directly on the card base under the cutout. I added a couple of small snowflakes in Balmy Blue as the cutout space looked a little empty. The navy panel was embossed with the Tasteful Texture 3D Embossing Folder. Black dimensionals raise the navy panel to allow depth for the cutout and are less noticeable than using white ones.

Snowflake Wishes Slimline Greeting

Stamped Panel

I took a 3” x 3” square of Basic White cardstock and stamped three medium snowflakes in Night of Navy. I filled in the empty spaces with smaller snowflakes stamped in Balmy Blue. Using my blending brush, I added Balmy Blue ink to the larger snowflakes. It tends to pick up a tiny amount of the navy, which I quite like. Then I cut the panel into 1” strips and used the same blending brush and Balmy Blue around the edges of each strip to give it more depth.

Snowflake Wishes Stamped Panel


For the inside, I simply stamped the sentiment in Night of Navy . Then, added a few Balmy Blue snowflakes to fill some of the empty space.

Snowflake Wishes Slimline Inside

Let’s Hop!

I hope you’ve enjoyed this Winter Blues card. Let’s see what my friends have created by clicking on the names below.

My slimline card was pretty easy and didn’t require a ton of supplies. Here’s the fixin’s:

Thanks for visiting today. I’d love to hear what you think about this card in the comments below.