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Tuesday with Tara {take 400} Some Faves!

Happy Tuesday!  Today as I was getting ready to share a new card, I realized that I’ve reached another milestone- 400 Tuesday with Tara blog posts here on Scrap ‘N Stamp!    As I’ve done previously when I hit these milestones, I like to reflect back on the last 100 posts and share a few of my favorites with you!  These 100 posts take us back a little over 2 years, and while there haven’t been quite 100 new cards in that time, there’s plenty to choose from!   If you click on the title for each image it’ll take you back to my original blog post.  Enjoy!

hey patina

This one had such a fun patina background and I just had fun with the sentiment & images as well!

Mod Cactus

I shared two fun cards with these Mod Cactus stamps in this post- the designs are simple, but super fun with these great stamps!

Coffee Obsessed

I love coffee themed stamps- and cards, of course!  Anita Jeram’s designs have become some of my favorites, as well!

Painted Birds

I think this was the first of many projects I’ve shared (and still do!) featuring the bird silhouette dies by Tim Holtz.  Love them!

Crackle Fun

These cards are just fun- the mini slimline size, the bright colors and the fun crackle texture!

Coffee, Craft, Repeat

This one is pretty recent, but it makes me smile.  I made it in two fun color schemes, but am sharing this one because I noticed a pattern among my choices.  LOL.

I’m sure I could share so many more (and I’ve got a list started of favorite Christmas projects to share!) but I hope it gives you a peek at the variety of cards I’ve been sharing on my Tuesday posts!  Thanks for joining me on the journey!

Inky hugs,


Tuesday with Tara {take 386} Love You More Than Coffee

Happy Tuesday!  I’m sharing another throwback card this week, this one takes me back several years and came to mind as I was thinking about projects that would work for non-traditional Valentine’s Day cards!  The sentiment here is so fun with a variety of coffee images, and just happened to come with this fabulous one by Penny Black.

And now let me jump in and show you my card!  I fell in love with this cutie from Penny Black “Saying a Latte” and have been saving her- I’ve been out of practice coloring with my Copic Markers, except for small images, but she was a fun one to play with!  I actually have 2 cards featuring her to share (since I colored a backup “just in case I mess up” image as well).  Since I knew coloring was going to take a bit of time, I kept the rest of my design pretty simple- stamping my sentiment on a panel die cut with MFT’s Stitched Edge die.  I also just got the  gradient square stencil by Tim Holtz and the angles seemed like a perfect match!

I used a mix of Distress Oxides on the stenciled details, but I’m not even positive of all the colors because I used a dirty ink blending tool. LOL. (note to self- buy more blending foams!)  I knew the Cracked Pistachio would match my die cut panel, but the rest was just trial and error! I figure you really can’t go wrong with a mix of blues & greens- they are my happy colors!  A few pearl details & twine added some subtle embellishments to my simple card.

And here’s one last pic with the two cards together- the other is free of embellishments, but very similar in design!

You can tell this is an older card since it also features an older watermark… but great stamps & creative cards will stand the test of time!  Whether it’s a new-to-you card or you’ve seen it before, I hope you like it!  Bonus- the stamp & stencil are both still available to purchase in the SNS store!  Happy shopping!

Inky hugs,


Tuesday with Tara {take 341} Throwback: Cheers

Cheers!  It’s March 1 and Mardi Gras so it’s a day for celebrating!  I thought it was a good day to share a throwback card to get the PARTY happening and this one is just full of festive colors and products that I hope will inspire you to create!  I’m not sure the die I used is still in stock, but I found this one that is awesome in it’s simplicity and would give the card a more masculine feel.  Enjoy the throwback and the party 😉

I hope you’re staying cool and staying safe and hopefully enjoying a cold drink!  If it’s morning, an iced coffee sounds perfect.  If you’re reading this after noon (or sooner- no judgement here!) a fruity cocktail like the ones featured on my cards today would be amazing!  Cheers!

Today’s card inspiration started with this cute die cut sentiment from Lawn Fawn, Scripty Cheers.  There’s a ton of great products in the SNS store that you could pair with this, from shakers to stamps, but I chose to use an older Tim Holtz stamp set, Mini Blueprints 10 and this fruity cocktail.  I selected coordinating stickers from the larger version of the Snarky Small Talk Stickers for a fun twist.

I added some shine to my card by using pearl Cardstock for my die cut and adding Nuvo Glitter Drops to the drink (I had a minor crisis and ran out of Glossy Accents.  Guess I need to go shopping!) and a touch of bling with Studio Katia Crystals.  All of this works together with a couple of my favorite things… book print & thin twine.  Add a snarky sentiment and I really don’t think you can go wrong!

I often stamp & die cut at least two of something when I’m making a project, just in case I mess up my coloring or haven’t made a decision on color choices.  Today I took the extras and made a second card with them- it’s pretty simple, but I think it’d brighten someones day!  For this card I simply added the elements to a pre-printed card I had leftover from another project.

Here’s a look at the two cards together.

Suddenly I’m feeling a bit thirsty… Cheers!

Inky hugs,


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