Sunday, November 7, 2010

Christmas Card Stamp a Stack Event

Don’t have enough Designer Paper? No Problem.
This class will solve that for you.
These six cards are all created using a One Sheet
Wonder technique. Stamp these
beautiful snowflake images as your Designer Paper,
add the co-ordinating matchbook
and you have an amazing gift set!

Date: Saturday, November 20
Time: 9 am
Cost: $9 for a set of 6 cards. Add the matchbook for $3
(you provide SNAIL Adhesive)
Location: Krista's house

Please email me to sign up for this class: with the amount of card sets
and matchbooks you want to make by Nov. 12.

Supplies(Provided by me!)
Stamps: Serene Snowflakes, Four the Holidays
Ink: Not Quite Navy and Sahara Sand Classic inks,
Frost White Shimmer paint
Paper: Kraft CS, Not Quite Navy CS, Very Vanilla CS,
Medium Very Vanilla Envelopes
Accessories: Sticky Strip,Paper Snips, paper-piercing tool,
mat pack,Scallop Edge punch, Jumbo Snowflake punch,
bone folder, Stampin’ Scrub and Mist,paper trimmer and
Scoring blade, pencil,Stamping Sponges, Sponge Daubers,grid paper,
paint palette, paint brush, RSVP pen, Crop-A-Dile

Monday, October 18, 2010

Christmas Card Stamp a Stack Event

I'm currently planning my Christmas card making event. More details to follow, but I wanted to give you a sneak peak! This class will be held Saturday, November 20 beginning at 9 am! Stay tuned for registration info.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Stamping mental block solved!

Sorry it's been so long since I posted, but I developed a serious stampin' mental block. I was stuck trying to make a project work, and no matter what I tried, I just didn't make anything I liked! I was very frustrated. So, finally I decided to move on. I have a few months to craft show season, so I went back to my oldie but a goodie items. That solved my block! I have lots more projects in the works, so stay tuned more more items.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Hair clips and bows

I recently started making hair clips and bows trying to use up my extra ribbon. I don't think it's possible because somehow I keep buying more ribbon. But, it's a start. Here are a few examples of what I'm working on.

Decor Elements

I recently painted my daughters room. I purchased the retired Flitting By Decor Elements for her room. Here is the start of the process. I cut out each image and matched up the patterns. This is a 2 step decor elements.

I then taped them to the walls using painters tape to position where I wanted them.

Here's an image of a completed 2 step image. First, I did the white butter fly, then added the rose red flowers. Cute!!

Here's one wall. Click image for bigger picture.

Another wall and more butterflys.

This was a fun process! She is 7 and was able to help. Great mother/daughter time for sure.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Baby cards

Here are some cards I made for my twins 1st grade teacher. I thought they turned out cute! I used the set Fox and Friends from the Occasions mini as well as Thank you kindly. The paper was from Pawsitively prints collection.


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