Happy 4th of July!!!
Got a festive card designed for Try Stampin’ on Tuesday!
Theme : Dainty and neat.
Well, I believe I got the neat part down. The dainty, I don’t know about that. I created a card to celebrate the 4th –
Terrific card, right?
I miss the designer series paper stacks we had in color families. I did found this nice shade of Dapper Denim pattern paper from the Eastern Palace Specialty papers we currently carry. I love the way it looks with Cherry Cobbler.
It makes for a very nice festive card wouldn’t you agree?
You can see what the other design team members created on our Try Stampin’ on Tuesday blog or on our Facebook page. You can also link up a card on either place too. Join us – it’s so much fun to participate in card challenges!
- Stamp Set – Number of Years
- Framelits – Large Number, Stars (retired)
- Card Stock – Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla, Dapper Denim, Silver Foil, Silver Glimmer paper
- Ink – Dapper Denim, Crumb Cake
- DSP – Eastern Palace Specialty
- Other – Rhinestone Basic Jewels
The new JULY session will soon be here!
Our mini sessions include the instructions for 14 projects with full step-by-step tutorials:
- Each mini session includes TWELVE unique cards featuring three stamp sets
- Additionally, each mini session includes TWO 3D items perfect projects for your club, classes, stamp camps or gifts
- All 14 project tutorials are available once the mini session opens so you immediately have all project tutorials right there at your fingertips
- All designs and tutorials are EXCLUSIVELY for subscribers and will not be posted anywhere else online
- Our FABULOUS design team members are – Connie Babbert, Mary Brown, Melissa Davies, Libby Fens, and Debbie Henderson. They always have such GREAT ideas that are perfect and easy to recreate!
Mini sessions are available the 11th of each month (and you’ll have access for up to a year).
Demos…did you know this is a tax deduction for your Stampin’ Up! business? But…you don’t need to be a demo to enjoy our mini-subscriptions!
CREATE WITH CONNIE AND MARY
Happy Tuesday of New Years week.
And, time for a Try Stampin’ on Tuesday challenge!
This week challenge #303 is this –
Theme : Bling for New Years
After Christmas, I’m trying to get back into the spirit of stamping!
I did have a bit of trouble with this challenge. And, I always manage to create a great card nonetheless!
Here’s my take on the sketch –
Pretty nice, huh?
I photographed it flat because it’s one of those nifty cards made with the acetate! See –
Clearly, a great option for this layout!
I love how the 17 is bold and definitely the focal point here.
So, as we prepare to say hello to another year, have a great remaining 2016!
Take some time out to see the other designers cards. We love to read comments. And, perhaps play along with us this week at Try Stampin’ on Tuesday!
Ahhhhh November! Just about a month away from Christmas. And, the perfect time to participate in the Wacky Watercooler Blog Hop!
We all have a great spread of projects to show you.
I created this nice holiday decor item –
…..a sweet holiday frame using the Santa Thinlits and a Paper Pumpkin frame from a few years back.
I went a little non-Christmas with this –
It’s a journal/memory keeper for the new upcoming year!
See it open –
On the one side, the pages are preprinted to write in the date. On the inside cover I stamped a sentiment to remember and cherish special days.
The added page marker is a nice touch too! I just adhered the ribbon with Tear & Tape to inside back cover.
Together it’s a great holiday pair to have in your stash of crafty goodness for the holidays!
I’d appreciate your thoughts on my creations before moving on!
You can go back Priscilla’s blog. She is so creative!
Or move forward to Marsha’s blog. She has some awesome projects!
If you missed someone, you can catch up here, our ‘home‘.
- Stamp Set – Frosted Medallion
- Card Stock – Whisper White Thick
- DSP – Candy Cane Lane
- Ink – Bermuda Bay
- Big Shot – Detailed Santa Thinlits, Large Numbers Framelits
- Other – Red Foil, Silver Foil, Bermuda Bay 1/8 Stitched Ribbon