Archive for July, 2012:
I’m just loving the new Stampin’ Up! catalog and all of the great new stamp sets and accessories in it! This packet of cards made using new stamps and accessories is fun to make and easy to assemble! The folder holds four cards and envelopes and makes a great gift or class project! You’ll need to make more then one set though, as you’ll want one for yourself!
To get the instructions for this great project designed by Laurie, just head over to Craft Project Central, subscribe to July and 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.
Have you received your $5.00 Reason to Smile stamp set yet?? If not, don't wait any longer as the stamp set is only available through next Tuesday, July 31st. To get your set for only $5 just place a $50 and then the set (clear #131275 or wood #131274 mount) is yours for only $5.00!!
Here is a card that I made with the set for my last Stamp-A-Stack.
I also used the Sassy Salutations greeting stamp set, stamped an extra flower, cut it out and popped it up off the card with a Stampin' Dimensional.
To see some other great samples made with this stamp set, just head over to my Sisters in Stamping blog and she what my creative stamping sisters created. Don't forget, you can place an order through my online store 24/7. Just click on the Order Now link below to place your order and get this fabulous set for only $5.00!!
Thanks for stopping by! Have a great weekend!
Do you know a little girl that likes to dress up or has a birthday coming up? Here is a cute little tutu that you can make along with a coordinating tutu birthday card! Change the fabric colors and designs and you have a cute little tutu for other events and holidays too!
Do you struggle with designing masculine cards? I sure do! Well here's a set of cards and a matching box that is a great gift for men. Your kids' male teachers will be impressed with your creativity and will appreciate having the cards on hand. The cards are also perfect for sending to the men in your life! This project is also a fun class project!
Have a great day!!
Summer is the season where it seems like everyone is going somewhere … vacation, family reunions, weddings, picnics … and that usually means lots of photos! Luckily My Digital Studio (Stampin’ Up!’s Digital papercrafting & scrapbooking software) can help you get those photos off of your camera (or your phone) and into a place where they can easily be enjoyed. And the best part? You can take My Digital Studio (MDS) on the road with you, so that you can scrapbook your photos almost as they happen!
Here are some tips for using My Digital Studio on the road:
– Create your page layouts BEFORE your trip so that all you have to do is insert your photos and journaling while you’re on the road.
– Load your photos onto your computer at the end of each day to keep them organized by day.
– If you don’t have time to journal your photos in MDS every day, keep a notebook with you to makes notes of special things or keep an online journal in a word document so that your memories will be right at hand when you’re working in My Digital Studio.
So don’t forget to bring along MDS. It’s like packing up all of your scrapbooking stuff and putting it into one small and very portable box – your laptop. And at the end of your vacation, you’ll have a fabulous scrapbook to relive those memories over and over again.
Don’t have My Digital Studio? No worries – you can download a 30-day Free Trial from my Online Store (#129600) and take it right along with you on your next adventure.
Ever wonder what you can do with those 6" x 6" pieces of Designer Series Paper that you have? Well, this plethora of small projects will give you a great way to use up those 6" x 6" pieces in a fun and easy way, and you'll be ready for lots of gift-giving! With eight sheets you can make them all – a Candy Bar Pocket, a Tall and Thin Milk Carton, a Gate Fold Card, an Open Top Box, a Tied Up Carousel of Treats, a Double Pocket Pouch, and a Cute Cone!
This is the last week of our catalog tour over on my Sisters in Stamping blog. This week we're sharing cards made using stamps from the Seasonal Celebrations section of the catalog pages 8-29.
I used a set called Tricky Treats and made a cute little Halloween card.
I also used the new Polka Dot Parade Designer Series Paper in the Pumpkin Pie color. Do you send out Halloween and other seasonal cards to your friends and family? If not, and you'd like to, make sure and check out this fun section of the catalog, place your order today and get a jump on your holiday projects!
This fun gift box with four greeting cards and envelopes also includes a special chocolate treat in a separate compartment! This project makes a great and inexpensive gift for those that like to send out cards and also like chocolate. The tutorial includes measurements for three different box sizes, including A2 size cards with six nuggets, note cards with five nuggets, and 3" x 3" gift cards with three nuggets!
This project makes the perfect gift for a teacher, friend, or co-worker! It's also a wonderful project to make for yourself so you've got coordinating mini card enclosures, wine tags, and gift tags for those last minute occasions! Pop on a wine tag and head on over to a new neighbors house, or slip a little note card into a bouquet of flowers. When you've used them all, you'll have the sturdy box to hold your next round! This project is also a fun class, club or camp project!
Have you noticed for the last few weeks I've been sharing cards made with stamp sets from different sections of the new catalog? This week I'm sharing a card made with a new stamp set called Embellished Events and it can be found in the Occasions section of the catalog. I love this set as it has images and greetings for different events! So it's a very versatile stamp set that you can use for many occasions. We made this card in my June stamp-a-stack.
To make the vase I punched out a piece of Tempting Turquoise card stock with the Ornament punch, ran it though the Big Shot to do the polka dot embossing and then cut the bottom off to make it flat.
I also added a little bit of Dazzling Diamonds glitter to the center of each of the flowers (seems to be invisible in the picture), and used a little Baker's Twine for the bow around the vase neck.
You'll want to head over to my Sisters in Stamping blog this week to see what my stamping sisters created with sets from the same section of the catalog! I hope you're inspired to stamp this weekend! Have fun!