Archive for March, 2012:
Boo Hoo! Where did the last two months go?!? I like getting free stuff when I place orders for myself and for you! And I'm going to really miss the Everyday Elegance Designer Series Paper!! If you follow my blog, you know I love Designer Series Paper (DSP), and this has been one of my favorites! I've been able to accumulate quite a good stash of it, but the way I use it, it will be gone in no time! Here is my last card using the Sale-A-Bration stamp set Elementary Elegance and of course the Everyday Elegance DSP!
I used Lucky Limeade and Pool Party card stock to compliment the colors in the DSP.
I used Lucky Limeade and Pool Party Stampin' Write Markers to color in the stamp, and then added a few of the smallest Basic Pearl Jewels. If you'd like to see more Sale-A-Bration ideas so you can have several ideas on how to use your free goodies, just head over to my Sisters in Stamping blog and see what my creative stamping sisters made!
If you haven't taken advantage of Sale-A-Bration yet, or even if you have and you'll like some more free goodies, you can place an order 24/7 from my online web site, or call or email me to help you place an order or sign up as a demonstrator so you can get a discount on your crafting supplies year round!!
Do you know someone who loves bird houses that you would like to give a gift? How about presenting it in an extra special gift box? If so, then this project is for you! (Actually, who wouldn't be impressed with a little gift packaged in this pretty box!?!) With a little time you can put together this beautiful bird house gift box and matching card to give to that extra special someone or keep for yourself as a lovely spring decoration! This project is a great spring class project too!
To get the instructions for this pretty spring project designed by Amanda, just head over to Craft Project Central, subscribe to March and then meet one of the bonus project requirements of subscribing to two or more months in a row, putting the Craft Project Central badge on your blog, or referring a friend, and when they subscribe, letting them know!
Thanks so much as always for stopping by to visit!
Make this lovely Fabulous Florets Mini Note Card set and matching Case for anyone who lies to give cards or notes. This set would be a perfect Mother's Day or teacher gift. Change the stamps and colors and you can make the set for any occasion. Box fits four to eight cards depending on the thickness of the embellishments. Makes a quick and fun class, club or camp project too!
Here's a cute little set of Easter Bunny treats for your favorite little somebunnies! Pair the treats up with the coordinating card and you're good to go. Makes a great gift for the kids, teachers, or anyone else that you want to impress with your craftiness!
Did you know that Easter is only a little over two weeks away? I made this cute little Easter card last night and I killed three birds with one stone with this one! Don't you love it when that happens. First off, I made an Easter project for my Sisters in Stamping Fabulous Friday post (check tomorrow to see what my creative stamping sisters created), and I used the sketch for the Creating Pretty Cards monthly card challenge, and I made an Easter card for my little Jacie!
There's a free little Mini Sketch Tutorial over on Craft Project Central if you'd like the instructions on how to make this card. I used the Everybunny stamp set, the Domestic Goddess Designer Series Paper, and Daffodil Delight and Poppy Parade card stock.
It's hard to tell from the pictures, but I actually stamped the bunny and mushrooms on scrap Whisper White card stock, cut them out and then adhered them to the card using Stampin' Dimensionals.
I also used the Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder to give my card front some cute texture! If you need help getting ready for Easter, making cards and other cute Easter projects, just let me know! I'd be glad to help you out! Thanks for stopping by! Have a fabulous weekend!
This adorable punch art bunny looks so cute on both Easter baskets and cards! Use it to decorate this cute little treat basket or to put inside of an Easter pop-up card. Make both for the special little bunnies in your life! This project is also a fun class project!
It’s already mid-March, and New Year’s eve (and maybe your resolutions) is quickly becoming a distant memory. But don’t despair! What better time to rededicate yourself to a new start than spring – the epitome of fresh starts! And what better way to get yourself back into stamping then by starting a club. Get your girl friends together once a month and make a commitment to enjoy some creativity. If the mere prospect of a Girls’ Night Out isn’t enticing enough for you, here are some other benefits of being part of a stamping club:
1. You get to see your friends on a regular basis.
2. Get in your creative zone with regular inspiration delivered every month.
3. “Me time” – It’s good for your personal health as well as family life.
4. Easy ordering and easy delivery of new and exciting products.
5. You get to make projects for a discount or even free!
6. Get to see all the latest material and products on a regular basis.
7. Personal service and attention (who doesn’t love that?!).
8. And did I mention … Hostess Benefits??!!
Want to know more? Contact me for all of the details. Don’t wait – let’s get your club started today!
Spring is just around the corner so let's get ready by stamping some bright and cheerful cards! With this project you'll make a fun box and three different card designs. Each of the cards has a little twist that makes them different from the standard card! This box and cards set makes a great gift and a fun class!!
With the awesome new Designer Rosette Big Shot die you can make this cool, but simple banner for a special party! The six-inch rosettes make a big statement on any wall or shelf. In this project you'll see how you can make the coordinating favor boxes with the same die! Add the quick and easy invitation and you're ready to party! Change up the colors and letters on your banner and you can make these party pieces for any special event!!
To get the instructions for this fun and functional party project designed by Julie, just head over to Craft Project Central and subscribe to March! Thanks for stopping by! Hope you have a fabulous weekend!
Also known in the Stampin' Up! world as Designer Series Paper (DSP)! I love Stampin' Up!'s DSP!! I love using it on my cards and in 3D projects! I wish I could say that I love using it in my scrapbooking too, but alas, I haven't done any scrapbooking in so long! But if I did, I would definitely use DSP in my scrapbooking!!
We made this card in my Stamp-A-Stack classes this week. Although the new Paper Doily die was a little work getting all the little pieces popped out, everyone loved this card, and I especially like the way the little birds on the DSP match the birds in the stamped image.
I used Everyday Enchantment DSP, which is available for free with a qualifying order as part of the Sale-A-Bration promotion that is going on until the end of this month! I hope that you've earned a free pack of this paper as the designs and colors in this pack are absolutely gorgeous!!! The stamp set that I used is called Up in the Air and is a Hostess set from the Occasion Mini Catalog!
To see some other fabulous projects using DSP, head over to my Sister's in Stamping blog to see what my talented stamping sisters created.
Thanks so much for stopping by and if you have any questions on Sale-A-Bration and how you can get some free stampin' goodies, just let me know! Have a delightfully superb weekend!!