Apr 27, 2012
Hello everyone, This is a tool caddy that fits on most Coffee Cups. I am making them in traditional Stampin Up colors, Black and White. I am making these for all the girls going to my October retreat. I have considered selling them for 12.00. Leave a comment to tell me what you think. I will be picking one lucky winner to receive one of these. The winner will be announced on May 1st. Don't forget to leave your comment.
Apr 25, 2012
Here are the supplies: Ribbon 1 1/4 grosgrain ribbon, 1 package of Stampin Up fabric, 1- 22 inch Cotton Dish towel, Extra large rick rack. For the complete tutorial google Jill Olsen, she has it on her web site. Stock up for the holidays! http://stampingjill.com/category/videos
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Apr 22, 2012
I just love Sundays and I love it when my kids wake up and we have breakfast together. It is one of the simple joys of sitting around the table talking and catching up. They are 17 and 20 my oldest is married and moved away he's 28. Although he works 3rd shift and manages to stop some Sunday mornings. I sometimes go all out but this morning I kept it simple. The focus is on the menu board which clearly states the cost for breakfast. Making this message board is so easy and can be made lots of ways for teens or in your own kitchen. I used a 8 x 10 frame some designer paper you can get as fancy as you would like. Using a DRY marker to write your messages. Have fun creating these really fun frames.
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Apr 20, 2012
Ok demo's, you all know we have so much stuff we could fill a building. With the new catalog coming out I decided it is time to clean out my space. I am downsizing and only keeping what I absolutely must. So after much research on line on marketing ideas I found one that just might work. I have decided to take all my OLDER and gently used sets in wood that I can part with and price them out, for example some are marked 100.00. $100.00 you say? Well here is the game and how it works. I am having a LEAVE YOUR WALLET AT HOME PARTY during the new launch. I will have tables of stamps for my guest to view. Their invitation will clearly state this is a leave your wallet at home party. They can earn auction dollars by doing the following, joining a club, hosting a workshop, signing up for a class, bringing in an order, etc. I will give them 100-500 dollars for each item they do. When they check in at the party they will get a bidding paddle made from the BIG SHOT. I am even auctioning off a class for 4. So maybe if you do a little spring cleaning and downsize it can give you plenty of business in the next few months! Good luck. Be back on Monday! Have a great weekend. Brenda
Apr 19, 2012
This card reminds me of a summer day. It was simple but my customers loved learning how to make the leaves from the oval punch folding them and running them through a crimper. They loved punching out the blossoms and dry embossing with the vintage folder for texture. I used the 5 petal punch for the center and a GREAT Summer Smooche fabric button for the center. The rick rack was cut from our trimmings die cut. I also used Flower Garden paper, thanks to my great friend Mary P (You know who you are). The greeting was from the Occaions Mini. Thanks for stopping Brenda
Apr 17, 2012
Here is a great card for a workshop! Simple but elegant and you use so many products its a great up sell card! Base card is Melon Mambo I cut a strip of Summer Smooches 1 x 4. Show how to use the square punch on an angle to cut the banner. Then use your big Shot and the Vintage wall paper to dry emboss your card. use the Big Shot again to cut the framelits. One in Lucky Limeade and One in Whisper White. I used the Just believe Stamp set which led to me showing how to use a Stamp-a-ma-jig. Then I used the Boho Blossom Punch for the larger flower out of Rich Razzleberry, and the petal punch from the Itty Bitty trio. Added our Rhinestone Bling to the flowers and the top and bottom of the framelit! Wow that was an amazing up sell! First of all we can't live with out the BIG SHOT or PUNCHES. Hope you enjoyed this post be back later in the week. Thanks for stopping. Brenda
Apr 11, 2012
I am having a Stamp Camp May 19, this is one of the cards that will be featured. It is my Summer Smoochies Stamp Camp. I love how the colors are so bright and cheery. I have been on a Vintage binge for a while. This feels fresh and light. It is also featuring a new product suite coming in the new 2012-2013 catalog. Oh I love summer, bring on the sunshine! Cardstock was whisper white, real red,razzleberry and daffodil delight. The designer paper was Summer Smoochies. I also used the scallop heart sizzlet, and the large label punch. The seam binding ribbon is Daffodil delight.
Apr 7, 2012
Here is a card I created to swap at my down line meeting this month. I used Whisper White, Poppy Parade and Daffodil Delight card stock. Lucky Limeade, and Poppy Parade ink. A Daffodil Delight marker. I used 3 punches, the double scallop ribbon punch, eyelet punch, and the Blossom punch. I used the stamp set Mixed Bunch, and BFF. The ribbon is the ruffled lucky limeade, and the butterfly is from Beautiful Wings embossing folder. Rhineston in the center of the flower. Hope you enjoyed this card.
Apr 1, 2012
The time just flew by during Sale-a-Bration! Now it's time to wrap up with the Occasions Mini. We only have until the end of April so I have a few classes in the works. This class is Cute and Quick! You will receive the Blossom Builders Kit and we will make 5 cards all for 15.00 including the kit!! You don't want to miss this great class! You'll have plenty of Blossoms to take home and make more. RSVP today. Sign up deadline is April 4th. Class is April 16 at 6:30 in my classroom. Bring your basic stamping kit i.e. adhesive, scissors.......
I can send this anywhere in the US with the tutorial. You will have to pay 3.95 for shipping. I accept paypal. If you look closely the center card has a Corner Marker for book! Very Clever! Thanks for stopping.