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It's Halloween. At this point I don't even know if Halloween will happen this year because of the storm. I thought I'd do something VERY different this year and take you on a little Witch Broom Ride of my MOST FAVORITE Halloween projects EVER! Just click the links and enjoy. Besides, it's Wacky Wednesday. I thought this would be pretty wacky! The fun part will be hearing from YOU! Do you remember these fun projects?
Take a TRIP down memory lane…
Do you remember any of these? Any favorites?
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Here is a little spooky digital Halloween Card!
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Last Chance! Last Chance!
Can you believe we have completed another year with another GREAT catalog? It's sad to see this catalog come to a close but there are great things around the corner in the new catalog. I wanted to share a very fun card that I made in two different designs using products that retire TODAY.
Let me start by giving credit where credit is due. My demo friend Heather Summers is just a genius when it comes to crafting. She is the creator of this fun little card and you can find out how to make this card by visiting her post HERE.
For this card I started by using the beautiful Paisley Petals DSP (#122367). Isn't it fun to create with Designer Series Paper from Stampin' Up! because it all COORDINATES. Love this. For this card I used the Daring Adventure stamp set (#122602). This set is sticking around and I'm grateful. We made this card at my stamp club this month. VERY FUN!!
Now for my favorite Designer Series Paper that I have to say goodbye too. This makes me seriously SAD, SAD, SAD! I love the Beau Chateau Designer Series paper (#122357).
This card makes me feel like a frilly girl. It's just posh and frilly with the added lace and all the pink… and don't forget that ROOSTER. I've always loved roosters. My little rooster guy was punched with my Postage Stamp punch from the Beau Chateau Side Notes. The side notes have been very well loved all year long. I have really loved using them on all different types of projects. Not just cards. You can also see I cut one of the Side Notes in half and stuck them into the pockets of the card. You will also notice a little Simply Adorned Bauble (#121013). Get these TODAY. These are perfect for any project you want to add a little "BLING" too.
I did use two new products on this card. The new stamp that I used is called Layered Labels (#127072-Available June 1st). I also used the Apothecary Accents Framelits Die (#127003-Available June 1st).
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Have a FANTASTIC day!!
Good morning stampers! I have a fun card I wanted to share with you today. This is a fun fold card using the Labels Collection Framelits (#125598) and a Father's Day Card. This big day is just around the corner. Are you ready?
To make this card I started with a 4 1/2 x 12 piece of Riding Hood Red Cardstock. I folded that in half and ran in through my Big Shot using the Labels Collection Framelit. It was the second to largest Die in this collection. Once through the Big Shot I scored the card once more 2" from the center score line so the card folded up to create an easel card. Once I had all the score lines it was time to stamp.
I used the Best Dad Ever stamp set (#120681). Such a great Father's Day set. I started by stamping the ties on a piece of Crumb Cake cardstock using Early Espresso ink and then stamped them again using Marina Mist ink onto a scrap piece of Crumb Cake cardstock. I used my snips to cut out three ties and popped these up using Dimensionals. I used two of the sentiments and cut each of the words to fit my card. The large Scallop is from the Perfect Pennants Die Cut (#123126). I love this scallop and use it often. I layered a 2 1/2" Circle punch onto the Scallop and this is what helps to keep the card standing. Lastly, we have an awesome ribbon that I have barely used this year and decided to pull it out and start using it. WHY did I wait so long to use my Scallop Dots Ribbon? Silly. For this card, I just wanted to show the small scallop edge on the top half of the card. You will see it underneath the Crumb Cake cardstock.
I hope this inspires you to use this awesome set. If you don't have it yet there is still time to get it before Father's Day. You can find it HERE.
Have a GREAT WEEK!
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I'm totally on the go today as I finish up last minute preps for my Open House and Free Valentine Make n Take for tonight. Thought I'd share another fun favorite of mine today. This little card was made with our White Note Cards. They are the best and I use them ALL the time. I made a bunch of these little tea thank you's for Alexis Birthday Thank You's. They were easy to make and fun. Hope you enjoy.
I used the Tea Shoppe Stamp set along with the Twitterpated Designer Series Paper. Love these colors and I love Blush Blossom. Super pretty and soft.
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Have a TEA-RIFIC Day!
I feel like it's been awhile since I made something really fluffy! The kind of fluffy that involves the sewing machine. I've had some kind of funk living inside my head that does NOT want to leave and really haven't had the get up and go like I normally have. Whatever this funk is… it causes me severe lack of motivation! Whatever has been created in this ole stamp room of mine is quite UGLY! I have a long list of cards to send again and it's not even my Christmas list. That scares me. I can see already this will be another New Years greeting card and not so much the Merry Christmas that most people expect. I like shaking things up! It makes me a little different. Ha!
Anyways… moving onward. I created 30 of these beauties the other night. My sewing machine got a real workout. It took me a little longer to make these cards but I sure did like them.
Here are the 4 different samples I decided on:
There are lots of elements on these cards. From stamps, punches, ribbon, Embossing Powder. The snowflake is a sizzix Border Die Cut. Love it.
I have to go clean my mess. I was super excited to stamp with new friends tonight. They made me smile and I think I made them giggle a few times. I love seeing new stampers. It reminds me that the simple stamping is fun and WOW. While the fluffy stuff above is fluffy fun, so is simple stamping. It's just ALL fun!
Hope your stamping something beautiful tonight.