Right at Home Gift Guides for Crafters // Coffee Lovers, New Stampers & More

Hey there!

As we start building our shopping lists for the upcoming holiday season it can be overwhelming to come up with gift ideas for crafters who have rooms full of supplies. But no worries! Today I’m sharing five thoughtful gift ideas that are perfect for your crafty friends (& family members, too!) that are sure to make them feel extra loved.

Let’s get started…

Looking for thoughtful gift ideas for your crafty friends? Visit my post for 5 easy ideas that are sure to make the recipient feel extra loved! Coffee & tea loving cardmakers, new stampers & more. All details at www.rightathomeshop.com/blog.

For coffee & tea loving cardmakers…

This gift idea is perfect for your coffee & tea loving cardmaking friends! Pick up a set of Cup of Joy and How Have You Bean? and bundle it all together with a tag. Pop a gift card to the recipient’s favorite brewhouse into the pocket and you have a sweet holiday gift that feeds their caffeine (& stamping!) addiction.

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Cup of Joy Die Set
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How Have You Bean?
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Folded Gift Tag Die Set
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Gingham Background Stamp
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For beginner stampers…

Do have a beginner cardmaker on your present list this year? Then this is the perfect gift idea to help get them started. Include a few adhesive options and few stamp sets that have lots of versatility. I chose Abstract Florals and Script Greetings because they are two of my bestsellers and have so many possibilities! Ink pads are essential as well and the ones from Catherine Pooler are perfect for beginner stampers as they are juicy and only need a light tap to get a solid image. And if you’re feeling extra generous, pop in a Mini MISTI to help alleviate those dreaded stamping mistakes!

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Script Greetings
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For your pen pals…

Do you have a group of friends that love sending each other snail mail? Help them spice up their envelopes with this kit of classic Right at Home stamps! Happy Mail, Happy Mail Year 2 and Happy Mail Year 3 are go-tos for adding a touch of stamping to your envelopes. Include a few envelopes, a sheet of stamps, the best gel pens ever and even an address template to wow your pen pal! This gift is so adorable you may even want to pick up duplicates for yourself…

Happy Mail
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Happy Mail Year 2
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Happy Mail Year 3
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Waste Not Paper A2 Envelope Packs
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For mixed media crafters…

One of the hottest trends in papercrafting right now is ink blending! Especially with the coveted Ranger Distress Oxides. Why not gift your crafting bestie a few new colors to add their collection? Choose a few of your favorites or colors that are perfect for creating backgrounds for the upcoming season! I chose Tattered Rose and Candied Apple for a fun, holiday palette and Tumbled Glass and Mermaid Lagoon for wintery backgrounds. Add in a few extra blending tools and foams and a fun stencil and you have a gift perfect for your inky friends!

 

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Festive Petals Die Set
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For your friend who loves to be organized…

With the new year just around the corner (gulp), fresh planners and new pens will be lining the store shelves. Why not give your friend all the tools she needs to make her own? Start with a We R Memory Keepers Planner Punch Board and choose a few stamp sets that will help her build her spreads. I recommend Banner Alphabet, Banner Alphabet Add-On and Get Stuff Done! Add in a new pen or some bright colored ink pads and your friend is ready to take 2019 by storm!

Banner Alphanet
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Get Stuff Done
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Holiday Ribbons
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I hope you enjoyed today’s gift guide! Let me know which gift you’d love to see under the tree this year. I think my favorite is the happy mail kit.

And don’t forget! If you’re reading this before 11/26/2018 you can get 25% off all of these items with code THXSALE25.

Merry crafting!

Nicole

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens

Hello there everyone!

This is Deepti Stephens and I am so happy that I am guest designing for one of my favourite stamp companies, Right at Home. Today, I have three cards to share with you all.

So let's get started! :)

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens // rightathomeshop.com/blog

For my first card, I stamped floral images from the Find the Beauty stamp set and layered the colors with the variety of Catherine Pooler inks - It's a Girl, Party Dress, Rockin' Red, Mint to be, Lime Rickey and Midnight.

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens // rightathomeshop.com/blog

I took a navy blue cardstock and white embossed the sentiment. I adhered all the floral images in the form of the wreath, a kind of semi-wreath. 

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens // rightathomeshop.com/blog

And finally embellished the card with a few clear sequins.

Here's my video tutorial for this card...

Here comes the second card!

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens // rightathomeshop.com/blog

On a light grey card stock, I stamped the Grid Background Stamp set in Midnight ink.

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens // rightathomeshop.com/blog

I stamped the leaves on a green card stock from Find the Beauty with the Grass Skirt ink, fussy cut it and adhered over the second smaller panel.

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens // rightathomeshop.com/blog

Finally. stamped the sentiment with Midnight Ink and embellished with pink sequins. Those pink sequins look like pretty flowers, right!

And for my third card...

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens // rightathomeshop.com/blog

I applied strokes of blue water color on a white card base. Later, I added splatters of black ink.

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens // rightathomeshop.com/blog

I stamped the sentiment and other images on a white card stock with Midnight ink, fussy cut it and popped over the main card base.

Find the Beauty Card Trio by Deepti Stephens // rightathomeshop.com/blog

I colored the envelopes with Sizzix Permanent Red Marker. The stamp set I used is from Happy Mail Year 2.

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And that's all for today. Thank you so much Nicole for giving me this wonderful opportunity. I hope you all liked my projects and got inspired.

Thanks once again for visiting! :)

Deepti

Find the Beauty
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Hand-Stamped Happy Mail Envelopes by Brandi Kincaid

Happy Thursday! 

Nicole here again to share another post by a fabulous guest designer. This time we have some adorable happy mail envelopes created by Brandi Kincaid. She is an incredible force in the crafty community so I'm sure you've heard of her before. 

This post was originally published on her blog, but with her permission I am able to share it here. Now, take it away Brandi! 

Hand-Stamped Happy Mail Envelopes by Brandi Kincaid // rightathomeshop.com/blog

I had so much fun playing with the Happy Mail stamps sets from Right at Home that I had to pull myself away from my big yellow table so that something, anything else on my to-do list could get done. 

I used the Happy MailHappy Mail Year 2, and Happy Mail Year 3 sets to make a stack of envelopes for all the cards I've been learning to make this year that have so far sat homeless on my desk.  Who knew making envelopes could be so fun and addictive?  I'm pretty it's these sets that made these projects so much fun.

I love using small stamps to make my own patterned paper of sorts, so I did just that to create some fun designs.  The fact that these sets have so many awesome buildable elements made it easy to add pops of color and dimension with ink, and I LOVE that.

Hand-Stamped Happy Mail Envelopes by Brandi Kincaid // rightathomeshop.com/blog

Plus, the fact that I could punch out that little circle with my 2.5" punch easy-peasy? PERFECTION.

Hand-Stamped Happy Mail Envelopes by Brandi Kincaid // rightathomeshop.com/blog

Those little envelopes slay me.

Hand-Stamped Happy Mail Envelopes by Brandi Kincaid // rightathomeshop.com/blog

I'm such a sucker for lots of color on a white background, but I had a blue green envelope on the side of my table that was calling to me while I was making these envelopes, so I played with some little 1.5" stamped and punched white circles in side the simple black inked cirlce "frame" and I love how it turned out - different, but really fun. 

Hand-Stamped Happy Mail Envelopes by Brandi Kincaid // rightathomeshop.com/blog

Right when I told myself it was time to stop for the day, I remembered I needed an envelope for a little note I planned to slip into a friend's mailbox next week when I'll be close to her home, so I grabbed the flowers to make a simple, but colorful border, and made sure to use the adorable "not a bill" stamp to flag it as something good in her box (though I'm certain that most companies aren't using floral envelopes for their bills these days).

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I'm so thankful to Nicole for sharing her awesome designs with me and encouraging me to play - I loved every minute, and I am already looking at which other stamps I need to add to my collection to make more envelopes!

Brandi Kincaid

P.S. Make sure to follow along with Brandi on Instagram for peeks into her crafty life!

Happy Mail
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