Check out this AWESOME simple and beautiful card!

Who is looking for a simple yet gorgeous design that you can use with just about ANY stamp set!

All of us, of course!!

Check out, "Grandma's House" stamp set. With just a few pretty images and lots of lovely sentiments you can easily put together tons of variations of handmade cards.  The technique I've shown here we will go over tomorrow during my Facebook Live Demonstration, but other simple techniques work just as well with this amazing stamp set.

Looking for something a little more unique? Like, perhaps, a unicorn?  Look at our "Leave a Little Sparkle" stamp set:
Remember, this is just ONE simple design I put together but you can do all sorts of things yourself and use ANY of the lovely sentiments and images that come with this versatile stamp set. Just by changing the color of the card base you could have a totally different looking project.

These are just two of our very versatile and lovely sets you could buy now. Remember, soon our holiday catalog will go live and there will be TONS of Fall and Christmas sets to choose from. Get a jump on your everyday cards and projects now before we all get sidetracked with the awesome new items that await us!

Remember EVERY Thursday at 10 am pst over on my business Facebook page, I'll be there to demonstrate a simple and stunning new project that you can make easily in your own home with your own supplies.  Here's the link if you've never been there or just go to Facebook and look up "The Fancy Stamper." The profile picture is just the name "The Fancy Stamper" on a wooden background with some white wildflowers and scissors on the cover art.

I look forward to seeing everyone there tomorrow!!  We also do our weekly giveaway on that page all you have to do is "like" and comment on the "live" demo post and you will get a free entry!! If you share that post I will give you FIVE entries!! I announce the winner each week and give away all sorts of cool stuff. All stamping and crafting related, of course!!!

See you all soon!