I'm in California for work, and I have limited stamping supplies with me, always a struggle! I started with a Simply Sent kit. I added 2 Island Indigo flowers from Vintage Vogue; the small one is stamped off. Pearls and Island Indigo ribbon complete the card.
For Shirley's card, I used the red card from the Simply Sent kit. I stamped the flower from Mixed Bunch in Riding Hood Red and punched it out. I added a rhinestone and Riding Hood Red pleated ribbon. I also colored the embossed dots with a Riding Hood Red marker.
Here is the other card we made in Milwaukee. It's called a Viewmaster card because you turn the wheel to change the picture. On this card, there are 3 different kites that show up in the window. I love all of the little details on this card that are easy to do but add up to something special.
We made this quarter sheet card and envelope at my workshop last week. The card is a quarter-sheet of cardstock, so the card size is 2 3/4 X 4 1/4. I got this idea plus the measurements for the envelope from the amazing Jackie Topa. On her blog, Addicted to Stamping, she has a sheet you can download that has the measurements to make many sizes of envelopes using the Simply Scored diagonal insert.
All 3 patterns of DSP are from Paisley Petals. We sponged the bird with Marina Mist ink to make him stand out a bit more. The sentiment is from You're My Type.
The envelope is made from a 6X6 square of DSP, so you can make 4 cards and matching envelopes from 1 sheet of cardstock and 1 sheet of DSP!