Another Mystery Stamping Duo of Cards

22 Mar 2021 Monday Mystery stamping


Well……..I’m going to blame that home improvement project for not getting this post finished when I planned to.  Hmmmm.  When you can get two of us (Russ/Blythe) to work together to get that slowly-coming-together-project actually finished and put into place, you take advantage.

I did, on Monday (yesterday), play  along with Sharon Armstrong and her Monday Mystery Stamping on FaceBook again.  It’s so much fun stepping forward into the unknown once a week.  I cut my card stock on Monday morning although she does post the cutting instructions on Sunday afternoon.  Here are this week’s cutting instructions, aka Clue #1:

  • Designer Series Paper: 1″ x 5-1/4″  (I used Fine Art Floral DSP)
  • Colored card stock: 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″, scored at 4-1/4″  (I used Petal Pink)
  • Same colored card stock: 1/2″ x 5-1/4″ (Petal Pink again)
  • Basic White card stock: 2 pcs, 4″ x 5-1/4″
  • Sentiment Stamp  (I used Butterfly Gala)
  • Classic Ink to coordinate with your project  (I used Memento Black and Petal Pink Classic Ink)
  • Circle Punch or Die to fit Sentiment Stamp  (I used Stitched Shapes – circles)
  • No punch or dies???  Have paper trimmer handy  (I used the Butterfly Duet punch)
  • Scrap of Basic White card stock
  • Scrap of same colored card stock as above
  • Image stamp…..think flowers or butterflies or something smallish  (again, Butterfly Gala – greeting and small butterfly)
  • Die Cutting machine
  • Embossing Folder (I used Tasteful Textile and Old World Paper 3D)
  • Liquid Glue
  • Dimensionals
  • Embellishments  (I used Rhinestones that were colored with the Dark Petal Pink Stampin’ Blends Marker)

OK, you got ’em all assembled?  Next……let’s put the card together.

Monday Mystery Stamping March 22nd


  • Tuck 1/2″ x 5-1/4″ strip of colored card stock behind the DSP (Designer Series Paper) strip, allowing about 1/8″ – 1/4″ to show; set aside.
  • Run 4″ x 5-1/4″ Basic White cs through Cutting & Emboss machine using your Embossing Folder
    • Attach this layer to card front
    • Attach 2nd piece of Basic White cs to inside of the card
  • Stamp greeting on scrap on Basic White cs and punch or die cut
  • Punch out, die cut or cut with paper trimmer, a layer to place under your greeting
    • Attach greeting  and background layers together with adhesive
  • Attach the DSP strip (with colored cs peeking out on the right side) to the left side of the card front over the embossed layer with Liquid Glue.
  • Add greeting layers to right side of card front using Liquid Adhesive
  • Stamp a small image on basic white scrap and fussy cut, die cut or punch
    • Add this piece to lower left of greeting, attaching it with a Dimensional
  • Add embellishments if appropriate

Monday Mystery Stamping March 22nd


As you can see, I created two cards, experimenting with two different embossing folders.  And I put my greetings together a bit differently from each other.  I use these Monday Mystery stamping gatherings as a time to gently experiment, hopefully coming out with two nice and usable cards!

I promised this card to you quite a few hours ago but since it isn’t yet midnight I’m going to post it to the blog now.  It’s 9 p.m. mountain time!  Enjoy.  If you have any questions, please ask!


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