Every month I make birthday cards for my church to send to the congregation. Here are 2 designs from this month.
This year's Stamp Camp will be amazing! With fantastic new products and beautiful new colors you won't want to miss it!! Space is...
Saturday, November 29, 2008
Friday, November 28, 2008
The little tag reads:
Heard you've been nice
since the year began
so enjoy these sweet
kisses from this little
I filled the bags with mini marshmallows. I think they'll be a big hit!
Thursday, November 27, 2008
Thoroughly Thankful stamp set
More Mustard, Staz on ink
More Mustard, So Saffron, Glorious Green, and Watercolor paper
Watercolor pencils, blender pen, Crystal effects, dimensionals, stamp a ma jig
Thanks for looking, have a great Thanksgiving!
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
I couldn't remember exactly how she made hers so I modified mine. I think it's similar.I also added glitter to her halo and dress, and I added hands. I drew her face on.....Sorry Karen I just couldn't use the tiny punched pieces for her face (Karen had punched her eyes with the 1/16 punch and her mouth with the 1/8 punch-I just don't have that patience to use the tweezers to put them on).
But all in all I think she came out quite cute. I put her on a small 3x3 card. Thanks Karen for showing us and for giving us the supplies to make our own!
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Scroll down for Tutorial Tuesday-it's super fun and easy!!!
To make the box you'll need 2 rectangle pieces of cardstock or DSP (I'm using Parisian Summer DSP that is cut to 5x7). You'll also need a ruler, pencil, scissors, a bone folder and sticky strip (I'm using snail for mine but I would recommend sticky strip if you're going to put a gift in it).
QUICK TIP: Your 'x' will be on the inside of your box. If your using DSP like I am make sure you figure out which side you want showing on the outside and inside.
Monday, November 24, 2008
For the boxes I used acetate and our rub ons. The box came together so quick. and it was so cute with the brownie inside! To make the box you'll need a 4.5x8.5 piece of acetate. Score it at 2,4,6,8, use the 1/2 inch tab to glue it together. For the bottom and the lid I used a 4x4 piece of cardstock and DSP, score 1 inch on all the sides and cut the tabs and assemble it. Glue the acetate in the bottom and place your lid on top. Done, quick and easy.
- Line medium sheet pan with a 13 inch piece of parchment paper, lightly spray with nonstick cooking spray and set aside. Prepare brownie mix according to package. Pour batter into pan. Bake 30 minutes until tooth pick comes out with moist crumbs attached. Remove from oven cool for 20 minutes or until slightly warm.
- Cut off straight ends of candy canes to form 4.5 inch sticks. Place tops in ziplock bag and crush.
- Using medium scoop, scoop brownies into 24 rounded scoops. Roll brownie scoops into smooth balls. Insert candy cane sticks into center of balls, mounding brownie around the stick.
- Melt almond bark in microwave. Spoon over each brownie ball, turning to coat completely. Allow excess bark to drip off. Dip in crushed candy canes or sprinkles. Let stand upright on a piece of parchment paper until set. Place in mini cupcake liners.
Thanks for looking see you tomorrow for tutorial Tuesday!
Saturday, November 22, 2008
Angela made this one. She used crystal effects on the heart. It's so pretty in person.
Friday, November 21, 2008
Here are the details about my class
It will be Dec 6, 10am at St. John’s Cathedral, 318 Silver SW. At the class you will make 5 projects all with our wonderful punches! The fee for this class is only $12! I can't wait for this class, email me if you would like to sign up. Last day to sign up will be December 1! I hope you can come! At this class too ALL punches will be on sale!
Now here's a big announcement!!!!!! If you can't come to the class but still want to make the 5 wonderful projects. You can get the kit. For only $3 more you will get everything pre-punched and directions on how to assemble everything together. Let me know by December 1st if you want a kit for only $15
Real Red, Old Olive, Kiwi Kiss, Close to Cocoa, Chocolate Chip, Creamy Caramel, Black cardstock and Real Read DSP
Word Window, 1 3/4 circle, 1 1/4 circle, 3/4 circle, small oval, wide oval punches, Big Shot, sizzix swirl die, dimensionals, kiwi kiss satin ribbon.
Thanks for looking, see you tomorrow!
Thursday, November 20, 2008
We have our monthly demonstrator meeting tonight so look for samples of that soon. I'm always so excited about our meetings. They're just so much fun. I always get great swaps and learn something new.
Puns from the Past stamp set
Chocolate Chip, More Mustard, So Saffron ink
More Mustard, So Saffron, White cardstock. DSP sampler from SU level 1 hostess
Vanilla ribbon, dimensionals, brayer
Thanks for looking see you tomorrow! I have a special announcement for tomorrow so make sure you check in.
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
This stamp set is called Puns from the Past and I knew right away when I saw this image that I had to sew on the card. I really like the way this card came out. It's very cute in person. I inked around the edges of the image to give it an aged antique look.
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
To do this technique you'll need shaving cream. Make sure it's shaving cream not the gel, it won't work with the gel kind. You'll also need a couple of classic reinkers(for this cards I'm using rose red and cameo coral). It's best to only use a few colors, if you have too many colors when mixed together it just gets too messy and the colors get muddy together. You'll also need something to put the shaving cream in. Our powder pals are great for this technique but if you don't have one you can also use a SU stamp case for it. I'm also using a popsicle stick to blend everything together. It's also helpful to keep a few paper towels handy, since this does get a little messy.
Press your cardstock into the shaving cream mixture and lightly press down. Lift up and use the popsicle stick to scrap off any shaving cream stuck the the cardstock. Use a paper towel to remove any extra shaving cream.
Monday, November 17, 2008
Sunday, November 16, 2008
- Holiday Collection stamp set
- Die-cut chipboard and Designer Series paper
- Card stock
- Ribbon and cord
- Pretties Kit brads
- Dazzling Diamonds Stampin’ Glitter
- Classic Stampin’ Spots
This kit is extrememly affordable for everything that you get. For more information on this wonderful kit or how you can subscribe to Country Living Magazine for 75% off visit my Stampin' Up! website. While there, make sure to look at the short video about the kit that Shelli Gardner SU's CEO and co-founder has done. You can also purchase the kit while your there, just click the 'shop now' link on the top right hand corner.
Please contact me for questions!
Thanks for looking see you tomorrow!
Saturday, November 15, 2008
I did the Santa on the outside and the greeting inside goes perfectly with the image. I hope you've enjoyed the special rub on cards I've shown you. You only have until Nov 30 to get the rub ons for 20% off.