Good Wednesday! I wanted to share some projects from a workshop I had on Monday night. I told my hostess that it's never too early to start thinking about Christmas, so I based her party on Christmas. This is the first card that I made. It is a color theme that I always love to use with snowflakes. Smokey Slate, Whisper White and Soft Sky and Real Red. I started by running the Snowflake Embossing Folder thorugh the Big Shot and flipping it over to the side that was inverted. I then wrapped some Smokey Slate Gingham ribbon around it and added a Year of Cheer embellishment to the ribbon before tying a bow.
I stamped a Soft Sky Snowflake onto Whisper White Card stock and the the sentiment in Smokey Slate ink over the top and then punched it out using 11/4 Circle punch and then punching a Real Red one using the 1 1/2" Circle punch and then adhering them with Dimensionals to the front of the card. I added some Silver Faceted Dots on the corner too.
Tommorrow, I will post the other card that I made.
Every 6 months or so, I host a Hostess Appreciation party for my Hostess Clubs. They mean the world to me and without them, I wouldn't really have much business. I love them all. So, I try and provide them with fun projects to make and take home, as my THANK YOU! This is one of the projects I had them make.
We ran another piece of Whisper White through the Big Shot using the new Woodlands Embossing Folder and then I had them use the Sponge Roller with Soft Suede Ink and cover the embossed side. Then I gave them the choice before assembling if they wanted the glass kept in or out. I kept mine in and just used hot glue to assemble the whole thing.
I used the Bold Butterflies dies with Whisper White, Powder Pink and Calypso Coral card stock to make the flowers and butterflies. (The flowers are made from a retired die)
I had them put the new Glimmer Faceted gems in the center of the flowers to hide the hot glue.
We finished them up by heat embossing the sentiment from the stamp set Layering Love, in Gold embossing powder. I bought the frames online at Walmart.com. I hate to make it short, but I have my grandson coming over here soon. Happy Thursday!
My husband and I were lucky enough to go to Hawaii for our 25th Anniversary in June. Not only did we not want to come back to reality, my husband who is a teacher seriously wanted to find a job while there, even joked about staying if he did. Well, reality is, it's too expensive to live there, but we plan to go back! So, while we were gone, we had some WONDERFUL friends that took care of our youngest daughter for a WHOLE WEEK! These are the cards that I made for them. They are pretty much the same other than the difference in color of paper. I used the Daisy Punch Bundle. I stamped the Daisies on vellum card stock with Versamark and then sprinkled them with Whisper White embossing powder and heated with my heat tool. I punched them, cut them in half and layered them to make them a little bit more full. I stamped the stems in Old Olive ink and then stamped the Thank you in the same color and then cut it out and flagged the ends. I adhered the flowers to the front of the card and then added the Faceted Glitter Dots in gold.
The gold papers in the background of each one are from the new Bundle of Love Designer Specialty Series Paper Packs. THEY ARE AMAZING! The top one uses the Soft Sky card stock and the bottom ones are Blushing Bride card stock. The bottom one I ran a piece of Gold Satin Ribbon across to give it a pop.
Stay tuned for some projects we made at our recent Hostess Appreciation party and Christmas in July Stamp a Stack!
Hello everyone! I have been gone again for a long time. Life sometimes doesn't play fair, but for us, that's what we are used to I guess. The outcome was good, so I will not complain or go into detail, but I have tons of stuff to share with you in the coming days to play catch up.
This past weekend I was part of a Back to School Vendor fair, it was in small town, and the crowd was not super fluent, so I came home with all of these! Well, I guess that makes it easier for me the first week of school, treats are already made. :)
The pencils are Rolos and the erasers are snack size Kit Kats. I used all Stampin' Up! product that I could. They are time consuming, but they turned out really cute.
I'm off to take more pictures so I can upload them and share with you Have a super week!
Hello everyone! Today is a card that I made for a friend of ours, who thinks he is so funny. Well, he is, but we try not to inflate him too much. :) Kevin is his name, and since my daughter moved to Louisiana, he teases her when he sees her by talking in "swamp people" talk. He actually is very good at it, but as I said, we try not to "encourage" him- LOL! So, I wanted to make him a funny card and this is what I came up with. I started by free handing the shape of an alligator, and then cutting it out of Old Olive card stock. I ran it through the Big Shot with an embossing folder that I cannot recall the name at this point- but it's retired. I then also used another retired product, the Banner Punch, for punching out his teeth. I used 1/2" circle punch for his nose and eyes.
For the inside, I just cut a long piece of Crumb Cake Striped Grosgrain(retired also) ribbon to resemble his tongue and then printed out some Swamp People (television series) clip art and taped it to the inside. I turned out cute and he liked it.
Well, I'm off to card class all day. I have one more day until I leave for Hawaii and so I may not be back for a bit.
Here it is folks. Finally, the last card that I made for a customer. I used my favorite color combo (well for purple anyway- I don't care much for purple). I used Wisteria Wonder, Soft Sky and Whisper White.
I stamped the circles in the background with the stamp set Playful Backgrounds stamp set in Wisteria.
For the celebrate panel, I ran my Happy Celebrations embossing folder through the Big Shot and while the paper was still in the folder, I took the dot stamp from Big Celebrations stamp set and stamped over the word with Soft Sky ad Wisteria Wonder. I then took it out of the folder and stampe the other sentiment.
I finished it off with Soft Sky and Smokey Slate ribbons.
Well, I am in the process of finishing up Father's Day cooking, so I hope you have a father or someone who is like a father to you to celebrate this glorious day with!
So, here I am today! I have another one of the cards I was asked to make. I did this one in one of the new In Colors 2017-19 Powder Pink and then with Soft Suede and Whisper White. I stamped out the balloons in the Powder Pink Ink onto Whisper White card stock and then again on a scrap piece and cut it out using the matching framelit and then cutting out two clouds also using the dies that coordinate with this stamp set. I then stamped a retired stamp set, in which is completely is not coming to mind right now and I'm not in range of looking.
I tied a piece of Smokey Slate Thick Baker's twine around it all. Well there is two down and one to go. I will be back soon to post the last one.
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.