40% off today at Lindsay’s!

Howdy folks, just a quick note that everything at Lindsay’s stamp Stuff is 40% off til midnight tonight so go check it out!

I have a couple new sets released this week including a fun, funky retro paper pack called Mod Summer.

Mod Summer PapersCake Box Favors SVGLaundry Kids SVGRetro Movie StampsIce Cream Party Kit!Sewing Bits SVGFancy Cupcake Box SVGBag Bonanza!Party Lantern SVGBeach Party PrintablesSew Much Fun StampsSoccer Party KitPosh'n Trendy StampsMovie Party KitBachelorette Party PrintablesUp, Up & Away PapersOoh La La SVGUp, Up & AwaySweet Baby SVGBowling fun PapersBowling FunArcade Party PrintablesPretty Packaging SVGFun Fair SVG

Teacher's Helper SVGHalloween Favors SVGVintage Halloween LabelsSteampunk StampsSweet Treats 2Strawberries & Watermelon StampsPeople Mix & MatchStampunk SVG TemplatesOn The Line StampsPosies & Plant Pics SVGBox Bonanza!Sew Pretty StampsEnvelope Bonanza!Sewing Stuff Digital stampBirds & Branches StampsLayered Waterlilly Stamp & SVGPretty Banners SVGSweet Stuff Digital Stamp SetDoodle Flowers Digital Stamp SetAll Around Phrases Digital Stamp SetCoffee Talk Digital Stamp SetUptown Houndstooth Papers

Don’t wait the 40% off sale at Lindsay’s Stamp Stuff is over at midnight tonight!

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

T-Shirt Transfers, a Freebie & 40% off today!

I realized that the kids had nothing green in their wardrobes so we did a bit of tie-dying this week then I though, hmmm, why not add some iron-on decals to our shirts as well? You will need Iron on Transfer paper, clip art (I used an image from the Organic Living kit from Lindsay’s stamp Stuff ), an iron set to dry and hot, scissors and a natural fiber t-shirt. The first thing you need to do is open your graphics software (I am using Paint Shop Pro) and arrange your artwork. Get as much as you can on a sheet because you will cut around the images after you print them. Use the PNG files so you can really pack them in 🙂

If you are using iron-on transfer paper for dark fabrics you can leave the image as is and print BUT if you are using standard iron-on transfers you need to flip the image:

Then I printed it using the everyday setting. If you are using MS word or another program that will not let you mirror your image then when you go to print click Preferences – Advanced – Mirror Image (switch to “on”) or check “Iron-on Transfer” under paper choice.

I will use the Vegetarian logo on this shirt and save the rainbows for other shirts.

Do not use your ironing board when doing transfers. You need a hard surface that can take a lot of pressure like a table or counter. Lay a cotton pillowcase on the table and iron it, then iron your fabric, make sure the steam is turned off. Cut apart your images and place them on your shirt exactly where you want them.

*Light color shirt transfers go face down. Dark color shirt transfers go face up and you use a special tissue paper over it to press, that is why you don’t need to flip dark color fabric transfers. If you have any questions check the instructions that come with your transfers

Honestly you need to press down really hard, use both hands, I only used one here because the other hand was holding the camera 😛

Set your iron to the hottest setting. You need to exert a lot or pressure while you iron. If you are ironing an entire sheet set your timer for 3 minutes. You can use an oven timer or an egg timer for this. I used a quarter of a sheet and only needed to iron it one minute. Press the transfer firmly moving it so you do not scorch you fabric. when the timer goes off let it cool completely before trying to remove the backing sheet.

Enjoy your stylin’ new shirt…yeah, I look like such a dork 🙂

Here are the other shirts I made, the Rainbow is also from the Organic Living kit and the shamrocks are today’s freebie!

Since it is st.Pattie’s day how about a shamrock freebie, you can whip up some custom shirts for the kids before they come home from school (or just save it til next year LOL!)

click on the pic, then right click on the bigger picture and choose "Save as" This file is a PNG.

Here is a look at the Organic Living kit we used:

 Be sure to stop back tomorrow for the Lindsay’s Stamp Stuff DT wrap-up. Til then happy crafting!

$1 retirement stamp sets and new Valentine goodies!

Hey! It’s time to make room for new product in the Lindsay’s Stamp Stuff shop at MyGrafico and I have a bunch of retiring sets that you can snag for $1, You will still be able to purchase the sets in my Shophandmade shop {at full price} but why not grab a deal now?

I have been in the mood for Valentine’s day this week {with a cold New England winter ahead it is something nice to look forward too plus I have ALWAYS loved Valentines day!} Here are some cards I made with the SVG die cutting files that are included in my new A Little Lovin’ kit from Lindsay’s stamp Stuff, I used my Cricut and SCAL software to die cut all the shapes.

I love how these “sweet” cards are not Valentine specific, heck you can use these long after Valentines day!

And of course a valentines card for hubby {let’s hope he isn’t reading my blog today 🙂 LOL}

Tip: When making a batch of cards arrange all of your die cuts on one mat separated by color, then place different colored papers on the mat. That is how I cut these designs all in one pass in about 5 minutes!

Now here is a look at the A Little Lovin’ set, you get clip art in JPG and PNG format plus fully editable EPS and SVG art files and SVG cutting files that have been specifically optimized for die cutting.

Did you know that most of my clip art sets come with SVG cutting files at no extra charge, gotta love a little something extra:) Speaking of a little something extra here is a cute Valentine digital stamp freebie. To download click on the image, then right-click on the larger picture and choose “Save as” Easy peasy (and no waiting for 4shared-I hate that!)

Now let’s see what the LSS DT have cooked up for you this week:

Cheryl Gorka DT Coordinator

Tracey Allen

Leanne Garner

Tamara Bennett

Cindi Hooks

Micki Harper

Karin Martin

Jennifer Bliss

Rhonda Walker

Diane Bove

Laurel Seabrook

I hope you had a happy new year! Don’t forget the New Years Retirement sale is going on now through Sunday at MyGrafico, be sure to look through all of the great retiring products, you won’t want to miss this deal!

One last thing…a tip: to make a card really special hand stamp an envelope as I did to go with my “Who Loves You” card, it is a fun way to break in new rubber stamps or use some old favorites and as a bonus your card will brighten the day of the mail carriers who deliver it!

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

PS: Today’s projects qualify for the following challenges: alys sunday challenge, catchthebug, ceschallenges, craftyourpassionchallenges, kaboodledoodles, onestitchatatimechallenge, southerngirlschallenge (anything goes), iftheshoefitsscrapit (use red), paperplaytime (use faces) and  thesecretcraftersaturdaychallenge (buttons & bows-girlfriend card)

Let’s Get this Party Started!

Happy Friday! I have been busy this week planning my sons birthday party, this year he wants to have an arcade party so I designed an Arcade Party Printable set that includes invitations, favor bags, cupcake wrappers and toppers, candy bar wrappers and thank you notes plus my 30% off Spooktacular Sale is going on so you can snag the entire set for $3.50! I also think this would be darling if you were having a video game sleepover party!


There is so much in this kit and the favor and quick, easy and inexpensive to make!


I used to be leery of printing bright graphics on my home printer due to the cost of ink but a few months a go I tried off-brand ink for my HP photosmart printer (I bought it through amazon.com marketplace from the seller vivamart-no affiliation though:) I got all 6 HP02 ink carts for $10 and free shipping, I’ve replaced many of the inks and as you can see from my photos the colors are bright and crisp with the cheap ink! It used to cost me $70 for that much ink at Staples, what a deal!


This adorable candy bar wrapper is 5.25"x5.25" and cover candy bars such as Nestle Crunch©, Nestle Aero©, Hershey© Milk Chocolate,Special Dark©, Hershey© with Almonds, Mr. Goodbar© No text is on the wrapper, you can type or write what you like or leave it blank 🙂


I love the candy bar wrapper! Jacks birthday is a week before Halloween so I’m not sure if parents will be cool with me handing these out to the guests but they are just so cute! I havent decided what to give as favors yet, maybe some of the small plastic pinball games from the party favor isle at Target, they will easily fit in either of the favor bags. The large one cuts from one sheet of 8.5″x11″ caredstock but the small one cuts 2 to a sheet and that is included in the Arcade Party Printable kit too. Here you can see the difference in size, the large one is3″wide, 1.5″ deep and 4.5″ high, the small one is 2.5″ wide, 1″ deep and 3.75″ high:


If you want custom text on yout printables add it before printing! I changed my text color to white so it stands out and uses less ink!


The invitation and Thank you notes are 5″x7″ with a full .25 bleed (that is handy if you want them professionally printed or if you are an invitation company-yes commercial use is available!) or you can print them at home as I did, the invitation I printed flat just by typing my text over the arcade game screen:


No text or wording is on the invitation, you can do that on your computer:)


But for the Thank you note I printed it as a folded card but you could easily use it as a flat card and type or write your thank-yous in the white space:


the words "thank You" ARE already printed on this card.


Th cupcake wrappers are 4 to a 8.5″x11 sheet so no paper is wasted and you get 20 toppers that can be punched out with a 1.5″ circle punch on another 8.5″x11″ sheet:


Is there anything cuter than cupcakes and candybars with custom wrappers? I don't think so.


Here is a look at the Arcade Party Printable set, remember it is 30% off along with everything else through tomorrow at Lindsay’s stamp stuff!

Remember 30% off everything until Saturday night at Lindsay’s Stamp Stuff!

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

$1 sale ends tomorrow!

This just in: Save 10% on your order at Lettering Delights with the coupon: BalloonFun

Howdy folks, I just wanted to remind you that the dollar day’s sale at lettering Delights ends tomorrow (Monday) and all fonts, doodlebats, clip art and papers are $1 a set! You will want to take some time and go through their site so you don’t miss any goodies.

If you have a cricut you can cut the Doodlebats with Sure Cuts a Lot (SCAL) software (SCAL is on sale for $59.95-normally $80- and allows you to cut computer fonts with your Cricut Machine)

Here are some faves:


Doodlebat: Forest Friends-great for die cutting!



Doodlebat Fruity expressions-looks just like the cricut cat Preserves!



Doodlebat: GoodComany this cuts like a dream and is so chic!



Get ready for Christmas with this doodlebat font Gingerbread Cookie. Tip-to cut with the cricut and scal use the break apart feature to easily make a layered paper piecing cutting file!


There are some really great clip art sets too, here are some new ones I just got:


Sweet-tooth set, how cute for Christmas scrapbooks and cards!



Spooky Soiree Oh boy, these on a treat bag, too cute!



balloons are so popular now, catch the trend for a buck with Balloon festival-also check out the matching papers!



Bikes too are popular, I love the whimsical design of this!


Those are just a few of my faves, there are some great sets available at Lettering Delights when you check out too that you can’t see on the site yet and you can snag them for a dollar too! Happy shopping and til next time happy crafting!


Howdy folks, it is a beautiful fall day in New England, I plan to do a little leaf peeping with the family today but first I wanted to show you a card set I made with my new Winterland Clip Art set:


Make a quick batch of cards and tags with cute Winterland clip art from Lindsay's stamp Stuff!


I used some puffy stickers from the dollar aisle at JoAnns and glitter foam shapes (table scatter) from the dollar Tree to embellish the cards.

These cards qualify for the following challenges: The Corrosive Challenge Blog (turquoise, pink, red), Craft Garden (pink ribbon), and the sketch from Utah Divas Challenge.

Just an embellishment here and there and a strip a ribbon is all you need to make fabulous clip art cards and tags. Here is a look at the new Winterland set:


This kit has 9 original clip arts and 2 12x12 sheets of pattern paper all for $5. commercial use included in price-see terms of use at http://www.mygrafico.com. format: JPG-PNG-EPS

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!



“Scare” Mail!

OK, my project today is more cute than scary but I can’t resist a good pun! Here is a card and paper mailbox made with the 3-D mailbox SVG/Printable template set and Creepy Crow, Cute Halloween and Vintage Halloween Labels stamps from Lindsay’s Stamp Stuff:

Don't you want to start your Halloween crafting? This was loads of fun to make!

The card was done by first coloring the swirled crow with 3 shades of purple Copic markers then I rubber stamped a row of trees in the background with clear embossing ink, I stamped the ground area with a large crackle background stamp (with the clear ink as well) then I simply rubbed colored chalk over the background. Notice how the color stuck to the clear ink, nifty huh, and since the ink is clear it does not show up on the crow. I love fast and easy techniques!

To make the moon in the packground I simply punched a circle and placed it on my stamped panel before I used the chalk and applied the chalk over it. Easy peasy!

Here is a peek at the 3-D mailbox closed, you could fill it wish candy, cards or other favors:

I used my Cricut and Sure Cuts a Lot (SCAL) software to cut the template. (SCAL is on sale for $59.95 -regularily $75- right now BTW) Assembling the box is easy but the first time it can be a bit tricky so I made a video to show you how, hope you like it 🙂

Well, that was fun, wasn’t it? Here are the sets I used in this project:

I Bet you are looking for your freebie, huh, well here you go, enjoy 🙂

Now let’s see what the Lindsay’s stamp stuff DT has up their sleeves this week

Cheryl Gorka DT Coordinator

Tamara Bennett *back from the shortest maternity leave ever! She had a baby a week ago and she still got a project done, that’s commitment folks!

Shannon Neparko

Margie Visnick

Tracey Allen

Melissa Craig

Leanne Garner

Cindi Hooks

Micki Harper

Karin Martin

Jennifer Bliss

Rhonda Walker

Diane Bove

Tracy Vinson

Laurel Seabrook

One more thing: This project qualifies for the following challenges: Crafts & Me and My Time to Craft (card-gems & sparkle),  Ginger Loft (anything goes), Lollipop Crafts (monsters and such), Gingersnap creations (3-D) and the card is based on the sketch from 2sketches 4 you:)

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

Back-2-School: Kerning

OK first a disclaimer: I am NOT caught up with my scrapbooking! I just like to scrap photos the day I take them sometimes while the moment is fresh! Here is a scrapbook page I made yesterday with photos I took yesterday as my kids went of to school:

Collage Sheet: Lindsay's stamp Stuff, Apple Clip Art: LillyBimble (Mygrafico.com), Font: LD Pencil (lettering Delights), paper: Autumn Leaves

I love back to school time, I loved that new pencil box smell, new school clothes and getting back with my friends after a summer apart…of course that got old quick and I would long for lazy days by the pool LOL!

I also decided to make some backpack tags, they are so quick and fun, I used two freebies from Lindsay’s stamp Stuff: Shipping Tag template and Back to School Collage sheet. the tab on the bottom left photo was from the teacher’s helper kit. The apple clip art is from the Super fruit kit by LilyBimble and you can snag all of these goodies at MyGrafico.

Handy Stuff to Know: I want to talk a bit about kerning today, kerning is the spacing between letters in a font. Most of the time the letters you type will be just fine but sometimes if you have a font where the characters connect (like a cursive or script font) they won’t line up just right. Take a look at this example using the Font LD Pencil from Lettering Delights (that I used on the name tags and scrapbook page and it is on sale for a dollar!) and also a cursive font called Little Days:

this example was done in Paint shop pro, if you are using Microsoft word and want to adjust the kerning go to format, font and click the character spacing tab then click the spacing box and it gives you the option to condense (squish the letters together) or expand (spread them apart) play with the spacing until you like the look.

I wanted to make sure the backpack tags I made would survive the elements so I cut a slit in a 3″x5″ ATC baggie and slipped in my paper tags feeding the ribbon through the hole and sealed it shut on the bottom. I could have laminated it with packing tape too, just be sure to do that before you set your eyelet and add ribbon.

This project qualifies for the following challenges: silhouette 10 (sketch), A crafty Little Place (anything goes), Fussy and Fancy Friday, Incy Wincy, S2G , Simple Doodles and Stamp Challenges (back to School)

Also a great deal! Lettering Delights has everything on sale for a dollar but they also have  extra coupons you can use on top of that: 10% off a $10 and up purchase: TakeTen or 30% off a $25 purchase: TakeThirty That is a fantastic deal! I love the Doodlebats they sell because the cut great in my Cricut using SCAL software and you don’t need to convert them because they are ready to cut! OMG SCAL is on sale too for $59.95 regular $75. I love a good sale!

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

Fight Like a Girl!

Did you know every 13 seconds a woman dies of breast cancer? That is a troubling statistic, but you can help rid the world of this terrible disease. MyGrafico designers Blackleaf Studios, Cheri Wenger, DigiDiva, Lindsay’s Stamp Stuff, ReviDevi, Sanqunetti Design,Tainted Sweets and  Zenware Designs have teamed up with Stitching for Pink to create an exclusive collab kit for you and ALL of the sales will go directly to Stitching for Pink to fund Breast Cancer Research:

for a $5 donation you get this kit! All sales are donated to breast cancer research.

For a $5 donation you get this kit! All sales are donated to breast cancer research.

In this kit you will find 12 adorable clip art designs, 4 pattern papers, a printable collage sheet and a printable craft all for a $5 donation to Breast Cancer research.

I designed this post it note holder “reminder” booklet that has a magnet on the back so it can stick on the fridge and be seen every day. All it take is 10 minutes, one sheet of cardstock and some glue and you can make one for your sister, girlfriends and any other women in your life!

This craft with instructions is included in the kit!

Inside is a pad of post-it notes and this sticks to the fridge with a magnet!

You can purchase the Pink Power Collab kit here, and you can join Stitching for pink here, it is a great resource for all embroidery designers and crafters too and your $5 donation gets you lots of embroidery projects, what a deal AND you are helping a great cause.

Thanks for dropping by and til next time happy crafting!

Sweet Set {of cards}

As you know my birthday was last week and since my friends and family spoiled me rotten I am in need of many thank you cards so I made a bunch with my new Sweet Treats 2 and Sweet Stuff digital stamps from Lindsay’s Stamp Stuff:

Digital stamps: Lindsay's stamp Stuff: Rubber stamped sentiments from SU!, Inkadinkado, Paper from PSX, Sandylion

The Sweet Treats 2 stamp set is so fun, in addition to the “goodies” included with the kit you can also use digital stamps from the Sweet Stuff set and even rubber stamps to combine with this it is so fun! I recommend using the png versions of the files in the kit and place the cake plates on top of the goodies for best results and yes, you can even layer these in word or Open Office  if you don’t have fancy software;) Here are closer looks at the cards:

These cards qualify for the following challenges:2 Sisters (anything goes), Clearly I stamp (gratitude), Critter Challenge (thank you) and Raise the Bar (baked goodies).

Take a look at all {14!} of the stamps you get in this set:

And now for the freebie, it is a sweet SVG set, a jar you can fill with goodies, how cute would that be on a card or scrapbook page? SVG templates can be cut on with your Cricut using SCAL software. If you don’t have a cricut, no worries, the printable template is included;)

a fun little freebie template for you 🙂 click the pic to download!

Now let’s see what the rest of the Lindsay’s stamp Stuff DT has for us this week:

Cheryl Gorka DT Coordinator

Shannon Neparko

Margie Visnick

Lisa Jurecek

Melissa Craig *a bit late today, please check back:)

Leanne Garner

Tamara Bennett

Cindi Hooks

Micki Harper

Karin Martin

Jennifer Bliss

Rhonda Walker

Diane Bove

Tracy Vinson

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

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