the TSTR Challenge this week: use a heart as your main focal point
And an alternate version with Elements of Style!
I LOVE the Bride paper and the fact it can be died to match any card stock…just add ink with a sponge!
My club girls will be getting this card in their packages this month– a fond farewell to Lovely Lilac and Barely Banana.
Come play the “Heart” Challenge over at The Shabby Tea Room Challenge Blog
All Supplies are Stampin up!
Stamps: Always, Elements of Style
Paper: Lovely lilac, barely banana, bride specialty paper, elegant eggplant
Ink: black, lovely lilac
Accessories: markers for coloring, glitter, orchard Ribbon originals
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This week I will be featuring some gifts I have made over the past few weeks for various occassions. Here is the 1st one:
For a Quarter auction a few months back. 2 of each card & envelopes included in the tote.
tote: 2 pieces of card stock. 5.5 x 8.5. score each piece at 1″ on the bottom edge. adhere the 1″ panels to each other. tabs are 2 x 3, scored at 1″ & 2″
Paper: sweet always, whisper white, pumpkin pie
Ink: chocolate chip
accessories: pig tails ribbon, flower fusion, cord buttons, wide oval punch
I made a few of these as some holiday cards I sent out. I traced the top of a plastic cup then stamped around it. Card size is 5.25 x 5.25
Stamps: Always, Best Yet
Paper: Old Olive, River rock, confetti cream
Ink: River rock, old olive, creamy caramel, riding hood red, chocolate chip
Accessories: Brad, ribbon, corner rounder
… loose your creativity?? Well, I sit down to copy a card. Have you seen this beauty from Sharon over at no time to stamp? Beautiful. So I re-created it using Stampin’ Up products.
This 1st card is the almost exact case.
This card was me moving things around a little since I stamped the bird down to low to have the sentiment in the same place as Sharon’s card.
card measures 5.25 square. Let me know if you like it.
Stamps: Always, Priceless, Best Yet (Hostess)
Paper: Riding Hood Red, Black, very vanilla
Accessories: new striped ribbon from the holiday mini, hodgepodge hardware, slot punch
I am on my way to convention and I have a few treats pre-loaded in my blog to share. The next few posts will be projects I am swapping or giving to team members.
This is a card I made for Amy Celona’s Wow card swap at convention. I changed up the swap card just a little from the one seen here in the photo. On this card I used the fiskars threading water punch. For the swap cards I used the new Stampin’ Up! Scallop edge punch. And instead of punching the holes I used the white gel pen and doodled circles.
The clouds were made with a punch out from the scallop punch and some bashful blue ink and a sponge. Sponge over the edge and keep moving the template around the page.
Paper: Whisper white, Chocolate Chip, bashful blue
Ink: Chocolate Chip, bashful blue, Old Olive
Accessories: Wide Chocolate chip grosgrain ribbon, slot punch, Fiskars scallop edge punch, scallop punch out for clouds and a sponge corner rounder
This was one of the designs included in my Make it for Mom Class. There were several Mother’s Day cards that I used as part of the class…which means not everyone got the same design. This card measures 6×3.
Stamps: All Holidays, Always
Paper: Pretty in Pink, Regal Rose, Soft Sky, soft sky designer Prints paper
Accessories: Wide ribbon, white embossing powder