Hi Everyone! So I return today bringing you another digital set from Hero Arts called Kiddie Conveyance, super cute set. When viewing this set to buy, I originally thought what an adorable set for a little boy and then realised that there was a cute little school bus in the set and I thought I could make a set of cards that could be given to a teacher using the bus and a few other products.


So downloading the little bus onto my Word page and resizing it to fit onto my card, I copied and pasted it a few times so that several could be printed out on the card stock, once printed I cut 3 of the buses out and set aside. Next, cutting 3 lots of Kraft card stock to form cards I inked up the Hero Arts, Graph Background stamp with Colorbox Ink, Frost White and stamped each card front and set aside to dry. Taking the Ledger stamp from Hero Arts I inked it up with the Hero Arts, Soft Sand and stamped it 3 times onto white card stock, I cut each of the ledger paper to size and punched along the top of each using the Ek Success, Binding border punch and added a light dusting of Ranger, Distress Ink, Antique Linen and Brushed Corduroy. Setting the ledger paper aside, I took another 3 scrap pieces of white card stock and stamped 3 sentiments from the Hero Arts, Everyday Sayings and Thank You Sayings stamp sets and stamping around each sentiment using the Hero Arts, Write Your Message, I also stamped 3 times onto white card stock using the ruler from the Hero Arts, Sew Stylish, once the rulers were stamped I took Ranger, Distress Ink, Broken China, Barn Door and Shabby Shutters and coloured in each ruler. I cut each of the stamped images out and assembled each of the cards.

Here is a view of each individual cards:




A cute and quick set for a teacher, incorporating the world of digital images along with my favourite stamping techniques.

Here is what I used to create the cards, you can purchase most of the products HERE.

So I have also a video for you to view, just some goodies that have arrived in the mail:

Hope that this set gives you some ideas for some teacher presents, I really enjoyed making these.

So have a great day and I will catch you all tomorrow.


  • LOVE your teacher cards! Too cute and oh, so practical!ReplyCancel

  • Adorable cards, Joy! Love them!ReplyCancel

  • LOVE LOVE those cards Joy!! It was such a fun week with you and Jennifer….ReplyCancel

  • Great simple cards !
    Have a nice day,
    greetings, Martina

  • This is such a cute set Joy! Those little school busses are so adorable :)ReplyCancel

  • Hi Joy!
    Such adorable cards, as always.
    I enjoyed watching your video too. I have to tell you, I agree with you in the fact that I have never been drawn to those stamp images without faces either. Something about them just isn’t really my style. BUT I am looking forward to seeing what you create with that stamp. I like all of your work, so I’m excited to see how your project will turn out with that particular stamp image. :)ReplyCancel

  • Oh what super cards!!! I *need* both those stamps (graph and ledger) they’re so fabby and really lend themselves to school-themed cards!
    Have fun with that Staz-On – looks great on acetate :D

  • Those are so adorable,Joy! I love the digi kit too!ReplyCancel

  • LOVE these cards, Joy! Why to cute!ReplyCancel

  • Cute set of cards, Joy! Hope you’re well! Hugs to you! :)ReplyCancel

  • These cards are awesome, perfect for teachers or cards for kids to send little notes to friends/grandparents/parents! Just had to smile when I looked at the “list” of supplies you used to make the card. Isn’t it amazing when you look at the amount of “stuff” we use to create something that is CAS? NOW I understand why I have such a pile on my craft table at all times! THANKS for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Great cards. TFS.ReplyCancel

  • very sweet set of cards, Joy! lovely!ReplyCancel

  • Hi Joy! Your cards are great and inspiring!! I was wondering if you could teach me how you put the watermarks on your photos? I’d really like to learn that as I put up pictures of my cards on my blog and am afraid someone will steal them.

    Thanks so much!ReplyCancel

  • I could stay on your blog all night. These cards are just adorable!!! I just so admire your work!ReplyCancel

Hi Everyone! So a very sad day today, today is the last day of my challenge with Jennifer, I have enjoyed my time with her immensely and I thank her from the bottom of my heart for being a truly great friend and a wonderful partner to do a fun challenge with, so thank you Jennifer.

For our last day, Jennifer and I decided to use a different stamp and this one happens to be a digital one, we have used the Hero Arts, Oh Boy!


I decided to place the car (beetle) and the saying It’s a Boy onto my Word page and resize to fit onto my card, I printed it out onto white card stock, and then printed the car again onto Hero Arts, Layering Paper, Punch and Powder. I cut the various sections of the car out and adhered the white card stock to the window section of the car, I added Glossy Accents to make them look like windows. With the sentiment I stamped a message bubble from the Hero Arts, Write a Message around the sentiment and cut this out. Taking Kraft card stock to form a card, I then stamped the Hero Arts, Cling Dot Background stamp that was inked with Colorbox Ink, Frost White over the front of the card. I attached the car and the sentiment bubble to the card using foam dimensionals and to add a little fun to the car I added black buttons to form the tyres and stamped the words Beep, Beep.

Here is another view of the card showing the windows of the car:


There is so many things that you can do with digital designs, and it is another way to have fun stamping, I love to stamp and I felt that there was a way that I could incorporate both to form a fun, sweet card for a little boy.

Here are the products that were used to create the card:

So there you have it, a fun week for you all and I do hope that you have enjoyed the week with us both, I wanted to say thank you so much to everyone for visiting and leaving such wonderful comments, I feel that Jennifer and I will return again to do another fun challenge in the near future.

Now I am heading to Jennifer’s blog to see what fantastic creation she has made.

Hugs to you all, especially to you Jennifer.


  • Ahhh…So sweet,Joy!
    I enjoy so much seeing your challenge with our Jennifer!ReplyCancel

  • I’m sad too but look what came out of, fun for you both, absolutely delightful creations for us to drool over and a huge pool of flickr HA partners. Way to go, Joy !!!!ReplyCancel

  • So CUTE!! Love the little car. What a fab week, thank so much for the inspiration Joy.ReplyCancel

  • This is cute cardReplyCancel

  • Your card is so cute! Love the way you did the car!ReplyCancel

  • This is so cute, Joy! LOVE the windows! Thanks so much for such a fun week!ReplyCancel

  • Cute! It’s been a great week. :)ReplyCancel

  • Such a cute and fun little car! Thanks for the great week!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    so cute! such a coward I am …no digital stuff here …so ..Im jealous! Ty for sucha fun week! you rock! cherReplyCancel

  • Love that car! What a great week Joy sad it’s over too!ReplyCancel

  • Great card!!ReplyCancel

  • So charming, Joy! I love your special little design extras…buttons for wheels and glossy windows, wonderful!ReplyCancel

  • Darling card! Love that kraft paper with white ink. Great details on the car windows!
    I am sorry the week is up too…. It’s been a lot of fun checking out the cards each day. Hope you’ll do it again soon!

  • Joy this turned out adorable…wanted to thank you for all the fun and inspirational creations this week.
    Excellent job sweetie!ReplyCancel

  • So cute and what a fun digi kit!ReplyCancel

  • So stinkin’ cute! Great job, Joy!ReplyCancel

  • What a great card. I love the set. TFS.ReplyCancel

  • Very cute car! Love the windows! Thanks for a great inspiring week!ReplyCancel

  • So fun and cute! So sad that this has ended… but you can always have another round with Jennifer some time soon again :) ??ReplyCancel

  • Very cute and a fun week!ReplyCancel

  • Love this Joy! Its a supa cute card for a little boy :) So sad this fun and inspiring week has to come to an end :( Loved every minute of it!ReplyCancel

  • how cute is this? such an adorable baby card! love it!ReplyCancel

Hi Everyone! Just wanted to let you all know that Jennifer and I have postponed the last challenge day until tomorrow at present. Unfortunately, Jennifer is sick and needs to rest, poor thing, so we will be back hopefully tomorrow. Maybe, you could drop by her blog and send some well wishes to her.

Feel better Jennifer, my sweet friend!

So with the night off I was going to share a video with you tonight but 2mins away from finishing uploading to Youtube and it failed, so frustrating and really could say a few choice words right now. I am so tired and don’t have the energy to upload for another 3hrs, so I will try again tomorrow and upload.

Hugs to you all and sorry that there is nothing to view tonight.



Hi Everyone! Jennifer and I are back with Day 6 and sadly tomorrow will be the end of our week challenge, but we hope to bring some more fun in the future. But it is not all over yet so to get Day 6 under way we are using the Hero Arts stamp, Garden Bouquet. I wanted to create a card that had simplicity but also was simple to create.


To produce this card, I used Kraft card stock as the card and taking the Hero Arts, Thank You Sayings stamp set, I left all the sentiments on the clear plastic sheet and inked it up with Colorbox Ink, Frost White and placed the Kraft card stock over the stamps to form a background image. I then cut a circle out of the collection from My Minds Eye, Quite Contrary and stamped the Garden Bouquet in black, I adhered the circle to the front of the card using foam dimensionals. Next, I cut a tag using some white card stock and stamped a sentiment form the Hero Arts, All Occasion Messages stamp set and adhered this also to the card using more foam dimensionals. Lastly, I added some green rhinestones to match.

So there you have it, a very quick card to produce, but one which I hope has an impact.

Here are the products used to create this card:

I just wanted to add a little note that Jennifer will be posting her card for the challenge a little later, so be sure to check back in at her blog to find what wonderful creation she has made for Day 6 of our challenge.

So we will be back tomorrow to bring you the final day, I am feeling sad about this already, but excited yet again to see what Jennifer has created and also your wonderful comments.



  • This is GORGEOUS!!!! Love that layout, the background, your circular focal point – EVERYTHING!!!!

  • I love the idea of two designers creating from the same stamp set…double the inspiration! I’ll be sad to see this challenge end…I’ve learned a lot from both of you.

    God blessReplyCancel

  • I love this, so simple, yet effective. Will sad to see this challenge end.ReplyCancel

  • Awesome card. Love the vibrancy of the circle against the kraft background. Gorgeous. Even though the challenge ends tomorrow, I’m sure we’ll continue to see many lovely creations from the both of you.ReplyCancel

  • Sweet Joy, whenever I see your amazing creations I am so inspired! I seriously cannot get over how AWESOME this week is with you and Jennifer! Love this beautiful card. Great background!ReplyCancel

  • Wow, this is great, love the colours ! Thanks for sharing,
    Have a great sunday,
    greetings, Martina

  • Fantastic! Love the pop of green!ReplyCancel

  • Simple is always good. I like using white ink on kraft cardstock. what fun! stamping sueReplyCancel

  • Simply beautiful. I just love the look of the kraft cs. TFS.ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful! The background is perfect!ReplyCancel

  • this is perfection! love the pop of greenReplyCancel

  • Wonderful card, Joy! I love how you showcased the Garden Bouquet in the dotty circle! The soft green looks fabulous against the kraft! Love it!ReplyCancel

  • A great way to make a background. I just bought some kraft cardstock to make a note card set. I love the look it gives. A very organic look.ReplyCancel

  • OMG… love the black emboss against the pattern paper.

    — dalisReplyCancel

  • Great card!ReplyCancel

  • I have enjoyed your “challenge” with Jennifer and so glad you shared with all of us. Great job and this one has such great colors with the kraft paper.ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful card! I love the punch of lime green and the silhouette of the flowers. Very striking!
    I’ll check back to see Jennifer’s card on her blog. This has been fun to see both of the cards every day. Hate to see the week end too!

  • Wow, Joy, I LOVE this! Everything you did is so fun and works together to make an extraordinary design. Such a wonderful talent you are!
    bless youReplyCancel

  • really nice card ! I like the ones on kraft paperReplyCancel

  • Love it. The color is so pretty. You Green, black and kraft a perfect blend.ReplyCancel

  • I love the clean look of this!!
    – April WReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    well what a creative use here…I would never have thought to do what you did..and I love it! As I told Jennifer…this stamp is a must have ! Wondering how I buy stock in HA…xo cherReplyCancel

  • Love your card. It is amazing how different the two cards are today from the same stamp set.ReplyCancel

  • This is really gorgeous! Love the pop of chartreuse!ReplyCancel

  • This is just my style-I love it! Any a knock out color combo to boot.ReplyCancel

  • So very pretty! So simple but detailed and gorgeous and oh so very creative! :)ReplyCancel

  • Wow, your card is so beautiful. So different than Jennifer’s but that is the cool part. Loved seeing them both.
    xoxo, ChristineReplyCancel

  • hy Joy beautiful all the workReplyCancel

  • What a brilliant idea, to just stamp the entire sentiment sheet! I love it. Beautiful card.

    I loved this challenge! Hope you and Jennifer do it again sometime. You make a great team! ;o)ReplyCancel

  • I have thoroughly enjoyed the creativity you two have whipped up. It’s so great to see the same stamps used different ways.ReplyCancel

  • Love this! I love the stamped background and the colours are gorgeous! Joy your work is always so amazing and inspiring! Love coming by your blog everyday :)ReplyCancel

  • Adorable in it’s simplicity Joy – great idea the way you used the “Thanks” as a background – LOVE it! Really enjoying checking in each day on you and Jen and will be sorry when it finishes tomorrow!ReplyCancel

  • This is one stunning card, love the green dotted background with the flowers stamped, also the white and Kraft background is so gorgeous:-)

    This has to be my favourite so far from this weeks cards!!ReplyCancel

  • Anita

    wow I love this card!!! I really like the way you stamped the flower in black onto the green dotted background!!! LOVE IT!!ReplyCancel

  • Love the green with the Kraft cardstock! Gorgeous card!ReplyCancel

  • I, too, will be sad to see the end of your fun stamping with Jennifer. I really like this card and have just purchased this very stamp last week!ReplyCancel

  • This is really a gorgeous card. You and Jennifer are so talented. It’s a joy to view your work!!!!ReplyCancel

  • This design is *so* cool, Joy!!! It’s been so much fun seeing how you each interpret the same stamp!!!ReplyCancel

  • love the sentiment background! wonderful card!ReplyCancel

Hi All! So Day 5 of the challenge with Jennifer and myself is here and we are bringing you a creation using the wonderful Hero Arts stamp, Dogwood.

I love the botanical look of stamps so when I was able to have this stamp in my hot hands I was delighted to be able to create cards with it. I was also excited when Jennifer and I decided to use it for this challenge.


So taking this wonderful Dogwood stamp I stamped it twice onto white card stock and coloured one of the images in using my Copics and with the other image I only coloured the flowers. I cut each of the images out that were coloured and adhered the flowers on top of the other flowers with some foam dimensionals, I added some Glossy Accents to the centre of the flowers and set this aside to dry whilst I worked on the rest of the card. I took more white card stock and using the Hero Arts, Old Letter Writing stamp inked up with Antique Linen, Distress Ink, I stamped the entire white card stock. I distressed the edges of the card stock and inked over the edges using Brushed Corduroy, Distress Ink, I then attached the flower to the card stock using more foam dimensionals, adding a sentiment from the Hero Arts, Everyday Sayings stamp set under the flower and set this aside. I took pink card stock that was slightly larger then the white and distressed the edges of this and adhered each of the card stocks together. Using Kraft card stock to form the card, I added, yes you guessed it..LOL, white gel pen dots around the edge of the card and adhered the two pieces of card stocks to the card front. Lastly, I added some pink rhinestones to match and dusted the edges of the Kraft card stock with Colorbox Ink, Frost White to soften the card.

Here is another view of the card:


A stamp to have in ones collection as it will always be one of those classic stamps that will never age with time.

Here are the products used to create this card:

So I am heading to Jennifer’s blog anyone want to join me?? Cannot wait to see her wonderful creation.

Looking forward to bringing you another challenge creation tomorrow.



  • Great, great card. I love dogwoods–I’m from Missouri!ReplyCancel

  • stunning, Joy, wow!ReplyCancel

  • Joy: This card is STUNNING! I, also, am from Missouri–our state tree! Love it!ReplyCancel

  • This is incredible – nicely done!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Both you girls are so talented. I love this card.I’m headed off to see Jen’s creation now.

  • This is stunning!ReplyCancel

  • Wow, this is gorgeous!!! I love how you popped the flowers up off the card…
    – April WReplyCancel

  • OhMY….Absolutely Stunning….Joy! Love the glossy look at the center flowers!ReplyCancel

  • So gorgeous, Joy! This has to be one of my favorite cards of yours! Just beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Gorgeous! Love the fabulous dimension you’ve given the flowers!ReplyCancel

  • WONDERFUL! This is really amazing – I have so enjoyed this week!

  • Beautiful! What a labor of love! Thanks for sharing this awesome card!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous


  • This is just beautiful sweetie! You have outdone yourself on this one.Love it!ReplyCancel

  • I have really enjoyed your challenge with Jennifer. You are both so inspirational.ReplyCancel

  • Oh this is gorgeous. TFS.ReplyCancel

  • So Gorgeous, Joy! The Dogwood is lovely when layered like that and the background you created is too beautiful! I’ve been enjoying this “Big Event” with you and Jennifer…I love seeing different ways to use stamps and the variety of styles. Wonderful inspiration!

  • Beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Waht a beautiful card!! Love the dimensional flowers and the colors!!ReplyCancel

  • Gorgeous !! really…I loved the colours !ReplyCancel

  • Love the card, it’s beautfiul.ReplyCancel

  • This is GORGEOUS!!!! LOVE it!!!ReplyCancel

  • This is really beautiful! It’s been lots of fun following you and Jennifer as you challenge one another!!!ReplyCancel

  • Joy, this is gorgeous! Thanks for a very inspirational week!ReplyCancel

  • wow, this is so prettyReplyCancel

  • Beautiful! :)ReplyCancel

  • Oh my, this is absolutely stunning! Beautiful details in the edging, the coloring and gems! WOWZERS!ReplyCancel

  • Gorgeous card! I love your colors and all the details! I have two dogwoods in my yard and they’re all over in my area. So pretty!

  • As Mary said before me, stunning!!!ReplyCancel

  • Love this. Absolutely gorgeous Joy!ReplyCancel

  • Very lovely!ReplyCancel

  • Love it, will have to add this one to my pile.ReplyCancel

  • gorgeous card, Joy!ReplyCancel

  • Yes! I agree with you. This is certainly a stamp that one should have in their collection….and you did AMAZING work with it. Sorry to jump into the week of amazing work a little late (out on holiday without access to the Internet…who knew so much would be going on?), but I have LOVED reviewing your amazing cards and comparing how you and Jennifer used them. So cool to see the different looks! THANKS so much for including us in Blog-land as you two played with ink and stamps!ReplyCancel

  • Very pretty card. I really like this stamp, it reminds me of the Rollagraph wheel I have with those flowers and butterflies – one of my favourites :) I love that you have been able to team up with Jen Maguire, she is so awesome! From a fellow Aussie :)ReplyCancel

  • What a beautiful card – love the distressing, the coloring of the flowers is amazing! Love it!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    oh how I love this stamp! and…your presentation! GORGY! over the top! ty ty ty

  • gorgeous flowers, love what you did here, amazing!ReplyCancel

  • Joy this is incredibly beautiful!!! This is my favorite stamp and you totally rock it! :)ReplyCancel

  • Just incredible. How in the world do you cut the flowers out so well? My birthday’s coming up and I’m going to get both of the stamps you used. They are so versatile!ReplyCancel

  • All I can say is what a beautiful card!
    stamping sueReplyCancel

  • I love the colors and dimension of your card, but I love the detail of finishing the card more than anything. The tiny white dots, the white distressing, the distressed pink, the overall look of the white. It all comes together so beautifully. Thanks. SandyReplyCancel

  • Dogwood is one of my favorite stamp. Love the color you choose and all the details. WOW~ This one is super stunning.ReplyCancel

  • This is so gorgeous! I love how you used this stamp and the centre of those dogwoods are stunning! :)ReplyCancel

  • Wow. Your card is the best. I love it with all those perfect little details.ReplyCancel

Hi Everyone! So it is Day 4 with Jennifer and what fun week we are having so far, I am so enjoying seeing what she has created with the same stamp and to see all your wonderful comments, this is certainly one way to put a smile on ones face.

So today we create a card using the Hero Arts, Cuckoo stamp set, I love this unique set, it is such a versatile set that could be used to create female or male cards and I think that is value for money.

So you will find today that I am on a roll with using paper piecing and also using the white gel pen…LOL, I really did not do this on purpose it just seem to be the things that I happen to grab for and well before I knew it here was a card that was similar to what I had created before, but I gotta say I love how soft and pretty it turned out.


I took the Basic Grey, Cappella 6 x 6 paper pad and using 4 different patterned papers, I stamped the large cuckoo clock onto each paper, I cut each section out that I wished to use and I adhered each section together and set aside. Next, taking some cream card stock to form a card, and the Hero Arts, Flourish background stamp, I inked it up with some Hero Arts, Soft Sand ink and stamped over the front of the card. I added dots using my white gel pen and taking the cuckoo stamp once again, I stamped it onto the front of the card. I then took the paper pieced clock and attached it to the clock that was stamped onto the card using foam dimensionals. Next, taking some white card stock I cut a piece that fit across the card and stamped a sentiment from the same stamp set, I adhered a piece of soft pink card stock that had been punched with the Ek Success, Scalloped Scallop border punch to the white card stock and then adhered this to the card.

Here is another view of the card:


Here are the products that were used to create this card:

So I hope that you enjoy the card and that you will forgive me for using the same background…LOL.

So don’t forget to check out Jennifer’s blog to look at her amazing creation.



  • Beautiful! Gorgeous paper pieced clock!ReplyCancel

  • Love this! Your and Jennifer’s take on this set are so different and that is fantastic! Cute!ReplyCancel

  • Heidi

    What a lovely card.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Love both your styles. I’m really inspired by the different looks from the same sets. Margaret K.ReplyCancel

  • too cute! i love the clock!ReplyCancel

  • Such a wonderful card – and wonderful week!! Thank you so much for sharing this with us. I’ve enjoyed every day. Hope you do it again soon. :)ReplyCancel

  • Love your background with the white dots…looks so gorgeous and the paper pieced clock is amazing !Love it..and both of your works are so distinct….ReplyCancel

  • I love the soft colors in this card! Gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • I love the colors you used and the paper piecing on the clock!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Forgiven!!! It is beee-u-tiful!
    Loving the team challenge this week.
    (fellow Aussie residing in the US!)ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Both of you are so extremely Talented. I have enjoyed both all week.

  • I love the background! The colors in the clock are so pretty and it’s so beautiful with the background of the card. Love this!ReplyCancel

  • great card….love the whimsical feel of it….ReplyCancel

  • Love your clock! The papers you used are amazing. Those little white dots on the background are a neat touch.ReplyCancel

  • This card is beautiful, Joy. I love the soft, almost antique colors. I look foward to seeing what you and Jennifer have done each day for this challenge. Thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Love the paper pieced clock! :)ReplyCancel

  • Mary S.

    So Cute!!! Thanks for sharing!!!ReplyCancel

  • Great card, love the details ! Great job;
    Have a great weekend,

  • Love your card, Joy! I recently bought that very same ink and am happy to see how great it looks. When you added the white dots, it sent it to the top!! I’ve surely enjoyed this concept that you and Jennifer have been displaying this week. Thanks for sharing your talent!ReplyCancel

  • I’ve been loving all the fun this week. Thanks to you and Jennifer for all the inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • Just love your style, girl! So glad to have found your blog and really LOVE this card!!!ReplyCancel

  • Your card is so pretty-love the extra detailing you did on it!ReplyCancel

  • Love what you’ve done with this set! You are very talented!! :)ReplyCancel

  • Great card—such great use of the clock!ReplyCancel

  • The cuckoo clock is great. Love the card.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Love it! Can’t believe all of the details from using the different papers. I would never have thought of that!ReplyCancel

  • oh, I just LOVE this! LOVE!ReplyCancel

  • LOVE the soft colors and the white gel pen does adds some fab touch to this!ReplyCancel

  • Simply gorgeous!!
    – April WReplyCancel

  • Very nice card…I just love the cuckoo clock!!ReplyCancel

  • Barb M.

    Love how you used the patterned paper. I am going to barrow your idea. Lovely!ReplyCancel

  • You have such a pretty, delicate style! I love the dimension that your paper piecing gives to the clock and the lovely, peachy floral pattern you used! Just beautiful, Joy! :)ReplyCancel

  • I really like this card…the colors and the way you laid it out. And I love how you used the word MOMENT! Clever.ReplyCancel

  • I LOVE the card you created! That clock stamp is just too fun! Great work!ReplyCancel

  • Beauitful card,love this stamp.ReplyCancel

  • I’m glad I’m not the only one who grabs the same background stamp over and over! Great card, the Cappela paper is perfect.ReplyCancel

  • iheartart

    Oh, your card is so pretty. I really want that flourish background stamp. I just love how you add white dots to it.ReplyCancel

  • Tina

    love how you used patterned paper!!ReplyCancel

  • Oh my goodness, this card is great. I love the clock image. TFS.ReplyCancel

  • I have really enjoyed your samples this week. Each one is just as creative as the next one. The clock today is adorable. What a cute set of stamps! I hope you and Jennifer do this challenge again since it’s so much fun to see the variety from the same set of stamps. You should be so proud of yourself!
    Shirley L.
    Roseville, CAReplyCancel

  • Joy – it has been a pleasure getting to know you. I love your clock card, it is absolutely gorgeous and a great inspiration. Thank you for sharing all your ideas.ReplyCancel

  • Such a cute card, Joy! I love what you do with
    the white pen and paper piecing.ReplyCancel

  • What a beautiful card! Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • Very pretty! Love this clock in muted tones, I think you’re the first person I’ve seen to use light colors on the image, it looks fantastic!ReplyCancel

  • Great card, Joy! Love the simple design. :)ReplyCancel

  • Love this cuckoo clock set and great job with this one.ReplyCancel

  • I love the background and the paper piecing on this. The BG paper is so pretty! Great card!ReplyCancel

  • I have been loving the cards that you and Jennifer have made. This one is no exception. Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Hi…so cute! just told Jennifer I have missed seeing this set in my HA stamp hunts…wow…another must have…love the soft colors of yours…and your accenting! ty for sharing, cher
    hilly77 at comcast dot netReplyCancel

  • Joy, this is beautiful! I’ve never seen a prettier cuckoo clock, and I lived in Germany — the cuckoo clock capital of the world — for several years. Thank you so much for sharing it with us!ReplyCancel

  • This is so cute! It’s been a treat each day to see the fun cards from you and Jennifer! Love that cuckoo clock!ReplyCancel

  • Oh, this is just beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Sheetal

    Beautiful card. Very nice put together. Its’ so inspiring to see all the detailed work you have done.. What a brilliant use of stamp.ReplyCancel

  • Popping back in to ask if you would mind if I link your blog on my sidebar list of favorites? I’d love to help promote such a great blog and talented artist!ReplyCancel

  • sweet card–love the pp for the clock!ReplyCancel

  • ah… WOW! love it, sweetie!ReplyCancel

  • Love your card (as always!) Joy!ReplyCancel

  • Joy – you’ve done a fabulous job with this stamp and that is a perfect sentiment to go with it! And it has a very soft look to it – love it!ReplyCancel

  • I love the paper-pieced clock — the clock face, especially is just gorgeous on that paper.ReplyCancel

  • Oh your card is so cute too! It is so much fun to see different interpretations of the same stamp set. I know what you guys are up to. It’s working!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Love your card design and what a cute stamp set.ReplyCancel

  • Great card! Love that background stamp too…. it’s on my wish list!

  • Hi Joy, love your card–it is gorgeous. It sounds like it was a lot of work, but worth it.ReplyCancel

  • Great card! beautiful job!ReplyCancel

  • Tracey Kuzniak

    Such as soft and pretty card Joy!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Really elegant. I keep forgetting to stamp om patterned paper. JeanReplyCancel

  • mariah a

    Wonderful card. Thanks for giving a step to step explanation of how you did it. I love when bloggers do that. Thanks so much!ReplyCancel

  • Robin W.

    The pieced clock turned out so well, and I love the background. I think that will be the next stamp I get from Hero Arts–thanks for the enabling! :)ReplyCancel

  • Both beautiful cards, thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • So nicely done, Joy. As I’ve said, the clock stamps had me stumped now thanks to you and Jennifer I have been inspired :)ReplyCancel

  • WOW I just love how you used this stamp Joy!!!!ReplyCancel

  • so simple and beautiful! love that fabulous pieced clock!ReplyCancel

  • What a classy looking card! I love it.ReplyCancel

  • Mendi Yoshikawa

    Love the 3D look of this stamped twice and popped up! Such a nice, soft color scheme too. :)ReplyCancel

  • I love your card. So many times I just stamp a flat image and don’t think about making parts out of different papers so it looks more realistic. I am so happy Jennifer McGuire introduced me to you. Love your creative cards!ReplyCancel

  • Susan DR

    Love this card! The dots on the flourishes are great. Can’t wait to try that! Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Love it! I love paper piecing!

  • Cathy Pulickal

    Love the background and beautiful colors! Such “timely” elegance! :) I’m truly enjoying yours and Jen’s creations this week!ReplyCancel

  • Gorgeous Joy! Love the elegant feel to this card. Sure love that stamp. You are my inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • awesome Cuckoo clock card, really cool!ReplyCancel

  • beautiful card!.. love it!.. :)ReplyCancel

  • this is great! love the soft colors, so pretty!!!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Love the cards you have done and the differences with the same stamp. I’ve added you to blogs that I will review frequently. The internet is a wonderful thing since I may never be in your home town, but this way we can all share ideas. Thanks.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    What a lovely card! I love your use of the gel pen on that background flourish Joy!

    Janice M.
    Saint Augustine, FL.ReplyCancel

  • Love the layers!! Great card!!ReplyCancel

  • Oh, your card is so beautiful. I love the soft colors. This stamp set is awesome. Have a wonderful day!
    xoxo, ChristineReplyCancel

  • very cute, lovely subtle colors.ReplyCancel

  • This is a great stamp set. I love your project.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Joy, What an elegant card you made! I love how you stamped on patterned paper…why haven’t I ever thought to do that? lol Also, this week you’ve shown how effective it is to layer your stamped elements; I love how you’ve done that! It’s very inspiring to me. Thanks for sharing your cards with us this week.

    Pam K.ReplyCancel

  • Brianna B

    Very cute card! Love the clocks!ReplyCancel

  • Wonderful card! I love the the paper piecing and background you stamped with the gel pen white dots.ReplyCancel

  • OhMy….Absolutely Gorgeous!Wonderful paperpiece!
    oh wait….dots detail….I Love it!ReplyCancel

  • Great card. Love the detail and colors!!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Beautiful card. I’m headed over to Jen’s to see her creation. Both of you ladies are very talented.


  • Wow! Another wonderful card!!! Lovely!ReplyCancel

  • I do like the way you finished off the clock face. Clever!ReplyCancel

  • Very pretty card! Thank you both for an incredible week :o)ReplyCancel

  • Love your card and love this set of stamps! Thanks for the chance to see both of your styles all week. This was a great idea!ReplyCancel

  • awww! You chose the cuckoo clock. That’s the one I would have chosen.ReplyCancel

  • This is a set that has been in my radar since it’s release, but I can’t find it locally. You have created the best cockoo clock card, and I love how you pieced it. Just gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • This is too cute. I love how you piecing the pattern paper and the soft color. Just beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • This is so pretty Joy! I love how you paper pieced the clock and the soft colours are so beautiful! :)ReplyCancel