Hey ODD lovers, Melissa here today to share some boy birthday inspiration with you.  It seems I don’t always have an easy time creating cards for boys so I challenged myself.  Once I got started my “boy creative block” vanished, and I had so much fun.

This card features Astro Tobie digi image and the sentiment is from the stamp set Big Wishes Mae.

astro tobie

This card features the digi stamp Skateboard Tobie and again I used the sentiment from the clear stamp set Big Wishes Mae.

skateboard tobie

This card features the digi stamp Pirate Tobiethe sentiment I used is also from Big Wishes Mae clear stamp set.

pirate tobie

I hope I have inspired you to create some boy cards, and also to be sure to look through your clear stamp sets for sentiments.  I love to mix up my SOG stamps, it offers you unlimited possibilities!

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It’s Anna Sigga with you today and I have a quick card tutorial for you today.


What you need: card-stock, 2 pieces of patterned papers, Sweet Mae digi stamp, a gold doily, sequins, coloring medium, flowers, ink & adhesive.


Cut the card-stock to 5,5×8,5 inches and score at 4 2/4 inches. Cut two pieces of patterned papers – one paper cut at 4 1/8 x 5 1/8 and the other one cut at 3 3/4 x 5. Ink the edges and adhere them to the card-base.


Adhere the gold doily to the center and fuzzy cut the digi stamp and adhere using foam adhesive.


Start adding your choice of die-cuts  on two opposite corner of the stamped image. Start by adding the larger images down first and then add the bulkier embellishments.


When you are happy with your choice of embellishments add your sentiment at the bottom using foam adhesive.


We would love to see your Odd creations over at our Community Page and don’t forget to use #SOMEODDGIRL.

Elle here with a big welcome to Wonder Odd-land! A place of marvels! A place of fun! And a place where you can find charming and whimsical stamps like Teacup Alice.


Alice, here, dared me to be brave and free-hand some simple teacup patterns with Copics and a white gel pen. She also pushed me to dig deep in my crafty stash and find some alphabet thickers with polka-dots to match my coloring. And, lastly, Alice was totally cool with bright, happy palette I’m drawn to when it comes to my Copic coloring and the fact that I had no blue ribbon and had to settle for pink…

My favorite thing about Some Odd Girl stamps is that each stamp has a story that inspires me and brightens my mood – sometimes to downright silly fun. So I tip my cup to Teacup Alice and smile at the silly fun I had creating with her and then writing about it.

Do you have any fun stories about how an Odd stamp inspired you? I’d love to hear about it! Leave a comment or come hang out with us in Some Odd Girl’s Facebook community.