OMG, I’m so excited about my new 3-D project. I saw this project at my upline Yvette Sanchez’s meeting two weeks ago and feel in love with it; that I had to make one for myself and you! Please do not get to excite, wait yes, get super excited. So here you go:
Tell me this isn’t the cutest Owl you ever saw. I know that’s what I said. Paper-crafting is such a wonderful craft. Look how I transformed a kraft box into a cute, lovable owl with paper, candy and no stamping. My make and take class at work will learn how to make these in two weeks.
This box can be given out as teacher gifts, students gift, gift for individuals that do not celebrate Halloween traditional or just because it’s so cute! This would put a smile on anyone’s face. I’m selling these at the craft fair this weekend.
Cardstock: Basic Black (121045), Crumb Cake (120953), and Pumpkin Pie (105117)
Accessories: Decorative Window Gift Box (132146), Scallop Oval Punch (119856), 2-3/8 Scallop Circle Punch (118874), 1-3/8 Circle Punch (119860), Blossom Punch (125603) and Googly Eyes
In my last post, I used the new “Another Thank You Photopolymer Stamp Set”, that you can’t find in the catalog. Its a new stamp set that Stampin’ Up! has added to our stamp collection. I love this stamp set. There are so many way to say thank you. Check it out!
Click on the photo and you will get all of the info and you can see all of the stamp images! The first card I posted, this was the stamp set that I used.
Hey everyone!! I know, I know it’s been a couple of days since my last post. I’ve been soooo busy getting ready for a craft fair this weekend. I have to make tons of cards and 3-D projects for the fair. I’m going to share some of my cards and 3-D projects that are for sell.
Card Number One: Hello Dear Friend Wiper Card
This card will “WOW” you just like it “WOW” me! Thanks to Dawn Griffith for the technique on how to make this card.
When you open the card the thank you pops up from the middle. Isn’t that awesome!!! I love it!!! Any person receiving this card will say “WOW’.
Stamp Set: Moving Forward (retired) and Another Thank You Photopolymer Stamp Set (133454)
Cardstock: Very Vanilla (101650), Birthday Basics DSP (130145), and Raspberry Ripple (126842)
Ink: Raspberry Ripple (126859)
Accessories: Labels Collection Framelits (125598), Big Shot (113439), Stampin’ Trimmer (126889), Snail Adhesive (104332), and Glue Dots (103683)
All of these projects can be bought at my online store, the link is on the right!
Stay tune to other craft fair projects!
Happy Wednesday everyone!
Today’s card is a non-traditional get well card. That’s because of the colors I choose to use on this card. I wanted it to be a fun get well card for my daughter’s grandmother in Florida. She recently had surgery and I wanted to cheer her up and wish her well.
The Gorgeous Grunge stamp set is a must have. You can use this stamp set on any card. It gives the background some texture. The Tag It is stamp set was created to give back to the Ronald McDonald House Charities. When you buy the Tag It stamp set Stampin’ Up! will donate $3.00 to the RMHC.
Thank you Patsy for the idea.
I enjoyed making this card, I hope you enjoy viewing it.
Stamp Sets: Tag It (130300) and Gorgeous Grunge (130514)
Cardstock: Strawberry Slush (131295), Whisper White (100730), and Early Espresso (119686)
Ink: Coastal Cabana (131175), Strawberry Slush (131178), Early Espresso (126974)
Accessories: Big Shot (113439) , Chalk Talk (129983), Snail Adhesive (104332), Stampin’ Trimmer (126889)
All of these supplies can be purchased at my online store. If anyone wants to purchase the card, just send me a message.
It’s promotion time at Stampin’ Up! This month’s promotion is this beautiful butterfly stamp set with a matching punch. Butterflies are a must-have staple since they’re always in style and can be used on projects for any occasion! The coordination of these products makes them fun and easy to use too.
This promotion will run from August 29 to September 30, 2013.
This bundle comes in the clear-mount stamp set (135311) and the wood-mount stamp set (135312). The best part of this deal is the 15% saving!!! I always love a deal, don’t you!!!
To see the entire stamp set, which is called Papillion Potpourri and the Bitty Butterfly Punch, just click on the image above. You can order this bundle by clicking my online store and entering the item number above.
In the days to come you will see a card that features these cute little butterflies!
I have to share this with all of you, the Envelope Punch Board (133774)!!! I’ve made several cards and envelopes using this tool. I wanted to show you what it looks like. It’s a must have!
Features and why I love this tool!!!!!
1. It creates totally customizable envelopes in up to 66 different sizes,
2. Its super easy to use,
3. It’s small and lightweight,
4. It even has its own scoring tool,
5. It’s easy to keep it all together- the scoring tool has a storage compartment and the punches are attached to the tool, and
6. It will be in next year’s annual catalog.
This item can be found in my online store, just click on the picture above.
What a title!!! Look at all the ways we can say hello. I love it! So you guessed it – today’s card is a Hello Card. We all have friends and family members that we haven’t spoken to in a long time. How about sending them a really nice card that says that for you.
Take a look at the card for today:
I made this card using my favorite new Stampin’ Up! tool, the Envelope Punch Board (133774)! I’ve made more cards then envelopes with this tool. My fellow demonstrator, Kelly Gettelfinger, gave me the idea for this card.
Stamp Set: Casual Monogram Stamp (131146) (This stamp was custom made)
Cardstock: Crumb Cake (120953), Perfect Plum (101889), Raspberry Ripple (126842) and Birthday Basics DSP (130145)
Ink: Raspberry Ripple (126859)
Accessories: uni-ball Signo Gel Pen (105021), Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430), Snail Adhesive (104332) and the Envelope Punch Board (133774)
All of these items can be purchased at my online store, located on the right sidebar. Please feel free to leave a comment or any questions below.