Archive for October, 2010:
This little gift bag is easy to make and is perfect for gift giving year round. Shelby designed a Christmas bag for us to whip up and put little goodies into for our family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, teachers etc., whomever you need to give a gift to this holiday season!!
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Living here in Hawaii, I miss the fall changing of the colors! So when we decide to focus on Thanksgiving cards this week over on my Sisters in Stamping blog, I decided I wanted to use these rich fall colors! Even though it's not Thanksgiving yet, I'd like to take a second to say THANK YOU to those of you that visit my blog and let me know how much you enjoy my posts, both those of my stamping and my family!!
French Foliage Clear-Mount Stamp Set #121166 $14.95
Thankful For Clear-Mount Stamp Set #120795 $8.95
Autumn Spice Specialty Designer Series Paper #120808 $11.95
Cajun Craze Card Stock #119684 $6.95
Cajun Craze Classic Stampin' Pad #119671 $5.95
Old Olive Card Stock #100702 $6.95
Old Olive Classic Stampin' Pad #102277 $5.95
More Mustard Classic Stampin' Pad #103162 $5.95
Very Vanilla Card Stock #101650 $8.50
Here is another recipe from Shelby for your Craft Project Central Recipe Book! This recipe is a must at Thanksgiving dinner! It's sure to hit the spot after a hearty holiday meal!
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Give this easy-to-make Halloween basket to your favorite little ghouls and goblins. Great co-worker, teacher, or anyone else you like, gift! Adapt the template to different themes and use it year round. Also makes a great class or club project!
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I just had to share this cute picture of Jacie underwater, with you! Here in Hawaii, swim lessons are a must for all kids. The nice thing is, they can take them year round at an out door pool!
Jacie is making the "shaka" sign (well at least with her right hand). Here is a little trivia on Shaka!
The Shaka Sign is a common greeting gesture. It is often associated with Hawai'i. It consists of extending the thumb and smallest finger while keeping the three middle fingers curled, and raising the hand as in salutation with the back of the hand facing the person that is being greeted; sometimes the hand is rotated back and forth to emphasize the sign.
Hawaiian locals use the shaka to convey what locals in Hawai'i call the "Aloha Spirit," a gesture of friendship and understanding between the various ethnic cultures that reside within Hawai'i, and thus it does not have a direct semantic to literal translation. Depending on context it can also be used to communicate notions such as "all right," "cool," "smooth," and the like.
The sign is often followed by waving as a greeting or acknowledgement. It can be used when driving as a signal of thanks to other drivers (for example, someone who stopped to let another driver onto the road from a driveway).
This week over at my Sisters in Stamping blog were featuring projects made with the new cork board sheets that you can find on page 205 of the catalog. I used the cork sheets and the Candy Cane Rub-Ons from the Holiday Mini Catalog. I used the rub-ons on little push pins (the rub-ons were a perfect fit for the push pins that I had on hand)!
Cork Sheets #119819 $9.95
Candy Cane Rub-Ons #120990 $7.95
Candy Cane Christmas Specialty Designer Series Paper #120809 $11.95
Curly Cute Clear Mount Stamp Set #120510 $14.95
Real Red Classic Stampin' Pad #103133 $5.95
Pewter Jumbo Eyelets #108432 $9.95
Real Red 5/8" Grosgrain Ribbon #109052 $6.95
Michelle designed this cute little Wicked Cool Wristlet for Craft Project Central, that you can make for your favorite little Halloween divas! Instructions can be adapted to any theme that you'd like for cute little party favors, etc.!
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Creating a beautiful table setting for your Thanksgiving dinner is easy with the Big Shot Table Setting die! You will WOW your guests with the place card, napkin ring, menu, and floral arrangement, which you'll be able to make with this set of instructions!
Your friends and family will be so impressed when they receive your cards or gift items using this beautiful stained glass technique. Instructions include a technique page for your technique book collection!