Hello there! Today's post comes from one of my recent workshops. My hostess asked me to show how to make a shaker card now that the shakers frames are no longer available. So, here is my simple version on one.
I started by cutting two pieces of Window Sheets to 3"x 3". I cut a piece of Merry Moments(the plaid design) DSP to the same size. I stamped and punched the trees from Festival of Trees ( stamped them in Whisper White ink onto Mossy Meadow card stock) with the Tree Punch twice. I glued one to the DSP, then the other I popped up using a couple of Dimensionals. I took that, and layered in between the two pieces of Window Sheets and used the Winter Wonderland Washi Tape on 3 sides of it, leaving the top open to fill with sequins and stars that I punched from Cherry Cobbler and Mossy Meadow card stock using the Stars Confetti Punch. Then I taped the top shut as well. I cut a piece of Cherry Cobbler card stock using my Square Framelits layered together at the same time and ran it through the Big Shot, creating a frame to stick to the front of the "shaker". Then I used Tear Tape to adhere it to the card base that I layered up by using Cherry Cobbler for the base, and Whisper White that I ran through the Big Shot using the Softly Falling embossing folder. I stamped out the sentiment from Cheer All Year (holiday mini) and flagged the ends. And finally adding the button from the Home From Christmas Designer Buttons and a Candy Enamel Dot to the center. I hope you enjoy this post, if you have any questions, please contact me.
Good Hump Day to you all! I'm having a hard time getting back up to speed from my fantastic vacation via SU! but I'm determined. Yesterday I designed all my cards for October classes, but still need to cut supplies for them, half the battle for me is the designing. So, I realized when I was done with that, I hadn't even posted the other 4 of September's class cards! This stamp set is so fun! I love the acorns!!
My color palette is Crushed Curry, Cajun Craze, Early Expresso, Whisper White, Bermuda Bay and Crumb Cake.
It was a busy card...I actually told my customers it was probably one of the "most expensive" cards we have ever made due to all the punches, embossing folders inks and paper..:) I think the box of supplies that was at the table was over 10#! LOL! Well, I must step away from the computer now, I have some more prep work for upcoming workshops before the packing of the house begins this weekend! Have a great Wednesday!
Hello! I'm BAACK! Had the most amazing time in Orange Beach CA with some other SU! Demonstrators for The Getaway Trip! So, I thought my first share back would be the coffee cup gift card holder that I made for my daughter who went with me as my husband coaches high school football and can't get away this time of year to enjoy some sun. I used Very Vanilla card stock and cut out my template for the outside and ran it through the Hearts Embossing folder.
For the insert, I used Calypso Coral card stock and cut it slightly smaller to fit into the cup, and added the lid with a strip of Gold Glimmer paper. Then I finished the outside of the cup with Crumb Cake card stock that I used my Crimper on ( I wish we still carried this tool!). I stamped out the saying from the set Oh My Goodies! in Crumb Cake ink and cut it out with the Labels dies and added some Calypso Coral Seam Binding ribbon and a little heart.
She is a single mom who works full time and wanted to treat her with some gift cards so that she didn't have to pay for her coffee. She had a blast and we reconnected since she moved out and on her own. I got to learn my appreciation for her all over again.
Thanks for stopping by, I must get to bed as I'm still recovering from the time change.
Good Tuesday! What gorgeous weather we are having here in the Midwest. Hard to believe that today is the last day of Summer! I'm looking forward to fall, not so much winter, but fall, yes. So, this creation is not my original, it's a spinoff of my friend Kimberley Van Diepen's original. Because I tend to "collect" stamps, I didn't even realize that I had the stamp set that had the "wicked" in it, but it's because it's a Project Life stamp set called Seasonal Snapshot 2015, and it's in a place all in it's own.
I don't have time to go into details on the whole thing today because I have to get to the dentist, prepare food and clean (and pack somewhere in there before bed tonight for my CA trip!). BUT, I want to say that I distressed the Old Olive strip with my Paper Snips to give it texture. I will post the product that I used below. Colors of card stock and ink that I used are: Tangerine Tango, Crumb Cake and Very Vanilla. Well, I'm off, I must get to gettin' while my body says so. Thanks for stopping by.
Good Monday to you all! I'm making the time to post today as I am supposed to be getting ready to leave for SU! Getaway to Newport Beach on Wednesday morning! EEK! I have so much to do, but I am going to use this time to just chill and regroup. This is one of my favorite cards from September card class. I love the stamp set and coordinating punch in the Holiday Mini. I used Whisper White, Crushed Curry and Cajun Craze and Crumb Cake card stock for my layers. I used Crushed Curry, Early Expresso and Bermuda Bay inks for the acorns. I used the Neuturals Designer Series Paper Stack for the banner behind the circles.
I stamped this one out in the Bermuda Bay ink and punched it out and popped it up with Dimensionals and added a Gold Glitter Paper heart to it.
I stamped out the Crushed Curry acorn and then punched out the Cajun/Expresso acorn just from card stock, no stamping first. I also added Dimensionals to this for dimension and a Gold Glitter heart from the Hearts Border Punch.
Thanks for stopping by, I am hoping that I can get at least one more posted this week before I leave as I have two workshop projects from the month to post as well..BUSY! BUSY~
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So, this past week was beyond busy, but i did manage to get my downline gifts made, not all mailed or delivered, but they are done and that's the biggest battle. I upcycled/recycled my old My Paper Pumpkin boxes by turning them inside out. (DO NOT THROW THEM OUT!)
I made a belly band that slides off using the English Garden DSP. I made a bow using the Bow Die, out of Blushing Bride card stock. I used one of my favorite stamp sets exclusively for demonstrators that was offered at Convention 2010(?). I punched out a Melon Mambo 1 1/4" Scallop and layered the "you are" on it in Whisper White.
Inside the box, I stuck in some handmade goodies and a Bath and Body Works candle. I made them each a coaster, a EOS "lollipop" and some chocolate of course, a pad of sticky notes and a mini pen.
Today I am going to clean up my craft room and spend some time outdoors because I am MAKING time too. I hope you have a super duper Monday!
OMG! Fell in love with this stamp set and dies as soon as I opened the new Holiday catalog! This is my second swap card and it's pretty busy, but when doing Christmas cards of any type, they just MUST be busy! So, my layers are Whisper White, Cherry Cobbler, Basic Gray. (I forgot to take a picture of the "icicles" at the top of the card by themselves, but I made those by just "drawing" icicles with Crystal Effects along the edge and then sprinkling with Dazzling Diamonds).
I stamped the snowman onto the Whisper White with the new Black Archival ink. I stamped the scarf in Pool Party, the hate in Archival Black and colored the holly berries and leaves with Stampin' Markers and used the coordinating dies with this stamp set to cut them out. I used Crumb Cake ink to stamp out his limbs. Before I used a Dimensional to put his scarf on him, I colored in his snowball layers with the Two Way Glue Pen and sprinkled Dazzling Diamonds. I colored in his nose with Pumpkin Pie Stampin' Markers.
The sentiment is stamped in Cherry Cobbler ink....
I used two layers of Whisper White card stock and the tearing technique to make snow. I again used my Two way Glue Pen and ran it along the edges and sprinkled with Dazzling Diamonds glitter. I cut a piece of Pool Party dotted paper from the Subtles Designer Series Stack for some color at the bottom. I used the Washi Tape Punch and punched out Cherry Cobbler card stock and wrapped it around the Pool Party DSP and added a Metal Rimmed Pearl to add a little bling. Most of everything was used from the Holiday Mini and as I said in the last post, I LOVED EVERY SINGLE CARD!
I hope you have a fantastic Saturday, we are off to a parade to watch our daughter march. Can't believe the high temperature is only 67 degrees today, but I will take that! LOVE the cooler weather!
I am a SAHM and I have 4 girls and two adorable grandsons. I have been married to my high school sweetheart for 22 years. I have been a Stampin'Up! demonstrator for 11 years. Along with stamping, I try to scrapbook and love spending time with family and friends.