Basically Im super busy but wanted to post some sort of eye candy for you 😀

Read to the end because I have a bit of a challenge for you all who, like me, am short on stamp time this week.


Saturday I have a super HUGE announcement that is going to get every stamper excited! I know I can’t even sleep over it! Because of that, Im tying up some loose ends here to get everything ready for everyone 😀 Trust me, its a DO NOT MISS! The biggest thing I have ever done-enough said.

In the meantime, I have been meaning to post these 4 cards, all done with the Silent Night from Lizzie Anne Designs.

I went with the attempt at under 5 minutes each.

Sometimes its gorgeous, other times, maybe a few extra minutes would help! LOL!

Here is what I got-


Wise men

I think this card is STUNNING! 😀

I just used glossy cardstock, and sponge daubers with my ink.

Layered it with vellum cardstock, and in seriously like 4 minutes this card was born

 A perfect under 5 card!

Keeping with simple……


Silent and soft

OK Im truly not crazy about this but again I tried to get this done in under 5 min. Not my best work.

I stamped the vellum cardstock with white StazOn and made it a soft window card.

The cardstock is a shimmer baby blue.

I think its a bit too plain, but the die cutting of the windows took me a little time, so keeping with my time limit, its OK.


Spectrum City

OK remember “back in the day” when people would stamp their Spectrum ink pad onto some cardstock, then stamp the image onto it? Well that is what I did with this. Not loving the brightness of the blues, but I do like the look.

I then cut out the layer and layered it onto white.

Stamped my sentiment, and done!

Well that is it for me.

I’ll be back later-the release for All That Scraps release party is tonight! 8pm EST-don’t miss it.

As always thianks for stopping by! I hope you get inspired in some way when you visit.

Today I want to challenge YOU to make 3 cards, same stamp set-in under 5 minutes!!

DON’T over think it!! Just go with it. Use an old layout, and keep it SIMPLE! OK!