Monthly Blog Hop (October 2020)

Welcome to the October Blog Hop!

Last month I started a Monthly Mystery Card session with my customers.  I provided them with a list of card requirements and specific measurements that they need to use to make 4 different cards. Everyone used whatever cardstock, designer series paper, inks, and stamp sets. We shared our cards on-line via a zoom call.  We were all amazed that even with the exact paper measurements and requirements we made such different cards. Each month one person we will draw one person’s name and they will  receive a gift package with Stampin’ Up products. Please let me know if you want to join us by emailing me at

Here is one of the cards I made using basic cardstock and the Positive Thoughts stamp set:

Since some folks asked about the other cards I made for the monthly Mystery Card, I decided to post the other three cards below.  All four cards were made with the same paper measurements and the Positive Thoughts stamp set. You can use plain cardstock, embossed cardstock, stamped cardstock, and/or designer series paper.  

Thank you for visiting my blog today. You are currently on my page – Susan Schultz, Sea Ranch Creations, USA and I would really appreciate it if you could leave a comment below. Please take time to see all the other wonderful projects created for this international blog hop by going to the next person on the list.

Happy Stamping!


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13 thoughts on “Monthly Blog Hop (October 2020)”

    • Hi Marina
      It is a lot of fun. I make a sketch of a card and then I send the paper measurements and card requirements based on the sketch to my group. They all take the information and create 4 different cards. They can use plain cardstock (like the card I posted) or embossed cardstock, stamped cardstock, or designer series paper. I'll try to post my other three cards later today so you can see the variety of cards made with the same paper requirements.

    • Hi Tracy,
      In our Mystery card series each person uses what they already have (papers, ink, stamp sets, embellishments) but they follow the same paper measurements to make their cards. Folks really liked being able to make four different cards from the same sketch AND to use up some of their supplies. It is a win-win. Thank you for commenting.


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