I've mentioned to you before that this year I was selected to be part of the PSA Essentials Design Team. And I've mentioned that making cards is something new to me. After my "eh" attempt at making Mother's Day cards I was ready to throw in the towel but, who am I kidding? I don't give up that easily.
So above you see my attempt at making a Father's Day card. Not too shabby, the asymmetry is driving me crazy, I still don't know why I thought it looked good - yeah, I purposely didn't line things up. The one thing that is working is the Love You medallion I made using the Just a Note Peel and Stick Stamp Set and Espresso Ink Pad Refill by PSA Essentials.
As I stumble through finding my card-making comfort zone it's nice to know I can turn to the PSA Essentials folk for inspiration.
PSA Essentials blog, PSA Stamp Camp, features projects, storage ideas, and stamping techniques. Just yesterday I read about organizing stamps with a stationery binder, see the above photo. It's easy to search for ideas via the search box or the labels. Sometimes I start looking through labels and get lost.
If you're looking for an even more in depth explanation on how to use PSA products you can also watch their Vimeo channel where they have new videos showing how to change your stamps and ink pads. Of course you can always follow PSA on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest as well!
Which ever you choose, know that the PSA team is there to inspire you to create!