The simple card this month is one I designed a while back, using the Daring Adventure stamp set. Although it is a Vintage style card, it is easy even for beginners. Since it isn't all frilly and girlie (like most of my cards), it works as a masculine card, as well as something you'd give a woman. The sentiment speaks to anyone for many different occasions–Birthday, Anniversary, Get Well, Congratulations, etc.
Although a Trifold Shutter Card is quite a production, I decided to go ahead and design one for the stepped-up version this month. It uses the Daring Adventure and Postage Due stamp sets. You'll even learn to make a little rosette or medallion for the front of the card.
While this looks really hard, let me assure you, there isn't any step that is very difficult. It just has a lot of steps. So if you're ready to make a card that will WOW everyone who sees it, this is your chance!
If you're not a Mad Stamper yet, what are you waiting for? Beginners and more advanced stampers alike are having a blast with the monthly tutorials they earn. The videos are very detailed and easy to follow, and you'll get written instructions, supply lists, and cutting measurements for all the pieces. Get all the Mad Stampers club details here.
Sign up by September 10th, and you can earn the tutorials for these Vintage and Trifold Shutter Cards using Fan Fair DSP.