Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Pretty Papers Last Call

Today is the very last day to take advantage of the sale Stampin' Up! is offering.  It's buy three, get one pack of designer series paper free.  Such a great deal!  Don't miss out.  The options are here in my post here:  PRETTY PAPERS 
Or click below:

Monday, July 30, 2018

Last call!!!

Don't forget (or in case you haven't heard).... July 31st is the final day to sign up to be a demonstrator and receive a FREE family of ink pads!  That's 10 ink pads.  Such a great deal!  You choose $125 in product and pay $99.  You will also get the stamp pads free.  This is a $74.25 savings just for the pads alone!  And the starter kit ships free.  The toughest part is trying to decide on a color family.  I am personally a Brights girl. You will love being a part of Stampin' Up!  You have no further obligation once you sign up.  You don't have to do classes or sell anything.  You can simply be a hobby demo (keep the discount for yourself).  Don't miss out!  I would love to have you on my team.  Please let me know if I can answer any questions!  Click on the graphic to check out the agreement:

Blended Seasons

I've been dying to show you this beautiful bundle called Blended Seasons!  It's only available for a limited time starting August 1-31, and while supplies last.  I pre-ordered it and it's a beauty!!  There is a double outline of stitching so that you can use the negative and the cut out.  I will have samples coming soon.  In the meantime, feast your eyes on these gorgeous cards! 

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Feminine Roots

Hi Stampers!  Hope your summer is going well.   I was dying to make a card with my new Rooted in Nature bundle, and I had to make a card for a female friend who likes green.  I decided to see if I could get it to work.  Here is the result.  I started by stamping leaves in soft colors (Soft Sea Foam, Gorgeous Grapefruit) and then I used a Sponge Dauber to add the darker colors on the edges.  I cut a bunch out and started placing them behind that wood piece, on top of a panel of Wood Textures dsp*.  The wood stump was stamped in Crumb Cake and edged with Early Espresso for the bark.  I decided it needed more color so I cut two Celebrate pieces in Gorgeous Grapefruit.  They were glued on top of one another for more dimension.  I kept searching for something to add to the layers, and finally found these flowers which were a freebie from a Paper Pumpkin a few months ago.  I never realized they were white on the back!  A tiny pearl from the Share What You Love suite was added to the top of each flower.  I think it makes it a bit tropical, don't you?  Anyway, let me know what you think.  Did I manage to make Rooted feminine? Let me know if you have questions.  Thanks for stopping by!

p.s.  You can click on either of the graphics to purchase from my online store if you're interested!  *DSP (designer series paper) is on sale until July 31st!!  Buy three, get one free.  Check out the deal below.


Monday, July 23, 2018

Free Ink Pads!!

If you missed my post previously, you might want to take advantage of this deal.  If you've ever considered joining Stampin' Up!, now is the time.  This amazing deal ends July 31st so get it while you can!  First choose up to $125 in product.  You will pay $99 and will get FREE shipping (that's a 10% savings already).  Then you will get to choose one of these color families and you will receive FREE ink pads (10)!!  That's a huge deal!  There is no further obligation after you purchase your starter kit.  You will love getting the discount though.  Please contact me to learn more about this amazing opportunity!  I'll walk you through every step.  Go here to check out the details:  SIGN ME UP!

Friday, July 20, 2018

Put your sunglasses on!

I made this card with the specialty designer series paper called Delightfully Detailed.  I really love the intricate papers, especially the circles.  On the first, I started with a  Thick Whisper White card base and used Mango Melody and Gorgeous Grape.  Yes, I was very daring with this color combination!  I also added a few Granny Smith Green and Coastal Cabana dots behind the circles.  I simply punched a few different sized circles with punches and the smallest circle dies I had. The sentiment is from the hostess set called Hand Delivered.

On the second card, I started again with Whisper White Thick card stock and used a layer of  In Color dsp and added the Delightfully Detailed circles and did the same with Pool Party, Granny Smith and Real Red circles.  This sentiment is from Detailed With Love.  I then added a few sequins.  Which do you prefer? 

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Holiday Catalog

Oooh, I can hardly wait for the Holiday Catalog to arrive!  I will have access to it in a couple of weeks.  I'm looking forward to seeing what's in store for us.  In the meantime,  I will be ordering some Christmas dsp so I can be ready to start my cards for this year.

Did you know you can still buy a select 3, get 1 dsp free?  Yes, the sale will end on July 31 so get your list together!  I know I'll be doing another order.  The papers are so pretty!  This time, I will get Under The Mistletoe along with others I didn't get the first time.  

See the rest here:  PRETTY PAPERS

In case you missed my previous post, they can all be seen close up in this video.  Please be sure to leave a comment and let me know your favorite!  I might just send out a couple of samples to you!

Friday, July 06, 2018

Share What You Love

I LOVE this dsp!!  It's card stock weight and some of the papers are shimmery.  It's gorgeous!  I made this card and several others with it.  I wish I had taken inside pics of this card.  You can see the other side of the dsp inside. I made the base from Rich Razzleberry (8 1/2 x 5 1/2, scored at 4 1/4).  I cut off a panel at 1 1/2 inches.  I then cut a piece of Share What You Love specialty designer series paper (4 1/4 x 5 1/2).  I adhered it inside the card stock, wrapped it with this pretty velvet ribbon and added a Linen Thread bow.  The sentiment is from the Stitched All Around stamp set and cut out with Stitched Labels Framelits.  This was made for one of my team members for her birthday.  I can't even count the July birthday cards I sent out!  I think half the people I know were born in July.  I would love for you to leave me a comment.  It'll make my day!  And feel free to ask questions. Thanks for stopping by.