Category Archives: Iron Stamper

Iron Stamper winner

As promised, I have drawn a winner from all the comments on my Iron Stamper series. There were a total of 17 comments so I went over to and the lucky winner is … #3 on my list was … Continue reading

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Iron Stamper – Saving the Best for Last?

Well, I’m not sure if it’s the best of all the projects I made for the competition but it’s pretty unique. Take a look  and judge for yourself. I really wanted to make an Easter card but have no Easter … Continue reading

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Iron Stamper – Vellum Heart Card

Welcome to my Iron Stamper Series! If you are new to my blog and want to see what Iron Stamper is all about and look at my projects from the beginning, please start with this post. Today I am show … Continue reading

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Iron Stamper – You’re A-Maze-ing Card

Hi there. Thanks for continuing to check out my Iron Stamper submissions. If you’re new to this series and want to start at the beginning please go here. Today I am showing you the card I made using the Maze … Continue reading

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Iron Stamper – Class-Style Card

Welcome back! Are you enjoying this series? Please leave a comment and at the end of the series I will draw a name and send them a little goody bag! Today we are taking a look at a Class-Style Card. … Continue reading

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Iron Stamper – 5 Minute Card

Now we’ve covered the big projects, it’s time to turn our attention to the cards I made to fill my little suitcase card keeper. First up is the 5-minute card. Can I just take a minute to gush about this … Continue reading

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Iron Stamper – Progressive Layout

Welcome back! Next up in my Iron Stamper series is my layout. This is called a Progressive layout as you start with a small sized layout (in my case an 8×8 layout) which you mount onto increasingly larger sizes until … Continue reading

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