Make It Monday #11 – Repetitive Stamping

Make It Monday #11 – Repetitive Stamping

I love quick and easy cards and this week we’re doing it all with a repetitive stamping.  For my project I’ve used an image from Flower Shop Stamp set and randomly stamped it on a piece of Melon Mambo cardstock in Black Memento Ink.

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  • Stamps – Daisy Delight, Flower Shop
  • Ink – Memento Black Ink
  • PaperBasic Black, Melon Mambo, Whisper White CS
  • Other Basic Rhinestones


  • Basic Black CS – 8-1/4” x 5-7/8” (21 x 15cm) scored and fold at 4-1/8” (10.5cm) to create a cardbase and a 3-3/4” x 1-2/8” (9.5 x 3cm) piece
  • Whisper White CS – 5-5/8” x 3-7/8” (14.5 x 10cm) and a 3-3/4” x 1” (9.5 x 2.5cm) piece
  • Melon Mambo CS – 5-1/2” x  3-3/4” (14 x 9.5cm)


  1. Randomly stamp the flower image with black ink onto the Melon Mambo CS
  2. Adhere Melon Mambo piece to the Whisper White CS piece
  3. Stamp greeting in Black ink onto the 3-3/4” x 1” piece of Whisper White CS
  4. Adhere stamped greeting piece to the Basic Black CS
  5. Adhere the matted greeting to the Matted Melon Mambo piece approx. 1” from the bottom using double sided adhesive
  6. Place small rhinestones in the center of each flower

Video Tutorial 

I’ve created a video tutorial with all the measurements and and how I created this card.  You can view it below

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Tricks & Tips

  • Randomly stamp your image using a Stamparatus tool or Stamp-a-ma-jig

Not able to create today?

Why not create a file in your “Documents” on your computer and call it MAKE IT MONDAY? Or, print them off and create an Inspiration Folder for future use.


I often get questions about what supplies I use in videos. To make it easier for my blog friends, all supplies are listed below! 🙂 click on the image you can purchase directly from my online store

See you next week for another Make It Monday feature

2-5-7-10 Box

Create party favors with just one sheet of cardstock, some scored lines, and some adhesive.

Satin Stitched Ribbon, Flower Shop, Petite Pairs


2,5,7,10 box template


    1. Place your 21 x 28cm piece of Sahara Sand CS horizontally on the scoring board and score at 2″, 5″, 7″ & 10″
    2. Turn your cardstock portrait and score at 2″ & 7″
    3. Hold your cardstock horizontally with the 2″ section at the top, use paper snips to cut off all but one 2″ tall section from the top of the cardstock as shown in the template below.  This will be the flap closure for the box
    4. Make vertical cuts at the bottom along the score line as shown in the diagram below, and cut off the narrow piece. This will be the bottom of the box
    5. Create a boarder along the 2″ flap using the scallop boarder punch
    6. Use a bone folder and crease along all scored lines to shape the box
    7. Apply sticky strip to the small tab on the side, remove the red liner, and carefully construct the box
    8. Fold the small flaps towards the center of the box, the large flap over the small flaps
    9. Apply sticky strip to the outside edge of the large flap under what will be the box front, remove the red liner tape, and apply pressure to finish the bottom of the box
    10. Punch two holes in flap with 1/8″ handheld punch
    11. Pull flap down to close box and use a pencil to mark where holes where punched, using the 1/8″ punch, punch holes at the markings
    12. Thread ribbon through the holes on box, center the ribbon, to close the box, thread ribbon through the holes that were punched through the flap, pull to tighten and tie a bow
    13. Stamp image from “Flower Shop” in Lost Lagoon ink randomly on a piece of 6.8 x 6.8cm Whisper White CS, stamp the same image again in the spaces with Hello Honey Classic ink, and finally with Tangelo Twist Classic Ink
    14. Stamp your greeting in the bottom right hand corner using Black StazOn ink
    15. Stick the stamped 6.8 x 6.8cm Whisper White CS to the 7.2 x  7.2cm piece of Tangelo Twist CS.
    16. Stick the matted image to the box front using stampin’ dimentionals.  You’re Done!