STAMPtember® Feature: Technique Tuesday

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Hi friends! Can you BELIEVE we’re almost half way through #STAMPtember?! I guess time does really fly when you’re having fun! We’re pleased to be featuring the fantastic brand, Technique Tuesday today! Teri Anderson kindly shared some fun cards and envelopes she made using the brand new Random Act of Cardness stamp set! Take advantage of our feature sale on Technique Tuesday by using code techtuestmp at checkout for 15% for all of the in stock Technique Tuesday brand. This code cannot be combined with other codes. Shop early for the best selection!

What is a Random Act of Cardness, you ask? It’s sharing a smile among friends by sending them cards “just because” or sending a card instead of a text message or email to say “Happy Birthday”. These personal touches really mean so much! Watch this two minute video for a bit more behind the idea:


Hi, Simon friends! Teri here, and I’m happy to be back with a few cards created with Technique Tuesday’s Random Act of Kindness stamp set! It’s such a happy little stamp set.


The Random Act of Cardness set is great little stamp set for making quick cards like these. Stamp a couple quick images. Color them in with markers or pencils. Add a sentiment.


You end up with the perfect card (or two) to brighten a friend’s day with. The other thing I love about this set is decorating envelopes with it. I mean, seriously, how cute is that happy face? So cute!


And another fun thing is the set works nice with TT’s Snail Mail stamp set so I used both to decorate one of my envelopes here. Thanks for having me again, friends! It’s always a pleasure to stop by!


Thanks for reading, and thanks to Teri for being our special guest today! We hope you join in the delight of sharing a Random Act of Cardness!

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  1. I think this is a great idea to someone a card, just because. I think homemade cards are very much appreciated by the receipiant.

  2. omg im so excited i won blog candy thank you i luv sending out raks so the idea of racs is so cute i luve it ill def be sending random acts of cardness out

  3. It is always fun to send cards randomly to my loved ones. I love hearing from them it was a source of happiness or surprise for them! :)

  4. I LOVE using snail mail to send cards all over the world :)
    LOVE these CUTE new stamps and cards, feeling inspired to start working on more Random Acts of Cardness, so wonderful to have a term and stamps to encourage me to send more “just because” cards, instead of waiting for an occasion!!!

  5. Really cute cards & it means so much to people to receive a handmade card in the mail! I just started cardmaking last fall–making my Christmas cards last year and then sending friends and family handmade birthday cards this year! Everyone has been so appreciative! Thank you for all the blogs and video you share that have helped me learn to make those cards!

  6. Such a cute set, I always like to decorate my envelopes and this set is perfect for doing that. Handmade cards are such a great way to brighten someones day!

  7. Just started “family pen-pals” with my grandkids to get them into writing letters instead of texting. Showing them letters that I kept from their parents when they were growing up, gave my 13 year old grandson the idea. The random acts of kindness stamps should really enhance the notes.

    1. The torn paper is made with Technique Tuesday’s “Memo Pad” steel die. It’s a really useful die for card making and scrapbooking!

  8. This set of Random Acts of Cardness stamps is SO MUCH FUN! I think it would definitely cause someone to smile if they received this in the mail!

  9. Thanks, you have reminded me to send cards for “just because” and not wait for a special occasion. Bring on the random acts of hardness!! : )

  10. I need to do this more often. Typically though, I make the cards and I don’t horde them, I give them to friends and family so that they can share the greeting with someone they know and love.

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