Clean and Simple

Happy Evening.

I tend to gravitate to the clean and simple card style, maybe because my house is never clean enough.  The base is Tranquil Tide.  The patterned paper is the Lemon Lime Twist from Fresh Florals DSP Stack.  Love those two colors together!  These patterns together feel like a lemonade stand in the summer! The stamp set is Label Me Pretty and it comes with a punch!  Punches are the best since they are super easy to use.   The ribbon is in Tranquil Tide, of course.  Gotta match that with the rest of the card!

The sentiment I used is great because it can be used for so many occasions like Birthday, Thank You, Thinking of You, and Just Because.  Just to name a few.  I can't wait to play more with this set. 

Click on the card for more details and dimensions! 

Till next time...Stamping Always,

Cheryl,  HomeStyle Stamper


Welcome to my new blog!  This is an exciting but yet scary adventure for me. I've never done anything like this at all. It doesn't help that I'm not a computer savvy person and I have so much to learn.  

I became a Stampin'Up demonstrator almost 2 years ago but have been using Stampin'Up for over ten years.  Currently I have a club that meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month.  The ladies are great!  We always have a great time.  Over time I will be sharing some past projects we have done.  I like to do a variety of different things to keep things interesting.  Sometimes we will do a 3-d project.  Sometimes it just random cards.  Sometimes I do a theme.  Other times I will plan the club around a project so they could have a nice gift for someone.  

I do have a part-time retail job going on 17 years now.  Never would I have thought I would be there this long.  I am lucky to have a husband who didn't want me working full-time while our girls were growing up. He also insisted that we had home cooked meals.  Eating out was not in our budget.  I learned to cook at an early age from my mother.  Therefore I have made sure my daughters know how to cook.  Once a week I will share a recipe or tip for you to try.  Sometimes the hardest part of planning meals is trying to come up with an idea of what to make.  

Thanks for visiting!

Cheryl, HomeStyle Stamper