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I have wonderful customers who shop for their Stampin’ UP! goodies with me – I am deeply grateful for their support and honored they choose me as their demonstrator.
I like to send each of them a thank you to show my appreciation – sometimes I choose to share them on my blog.
This card is based on a design by Jenny Peterson – I just added my own little creative twist 🙂 and as I was making it I realised it had a number of different techniques or features that would benefit from explaining a little, so I switched on my camera.
Traditional scrap-booking is something I have loved to do over the last 8 – 9 years, more or less since we became grandparents really. Building up the 12 x 12 pages, adding photos and other memory pieces, but it can take a bit of time to build a page or two.
Memory keeping allows you to build up your album a lot quicker – I have been working thru doing ‘something’ with our wedding photos for several years, with Memories and More I was able to build up about 6 double page 12 x 12 spreads in about 3 hours!
Is it scrapbooking or memory keeping? ~ does it really matter? – lets get those pictures off our phones and into something more permanent and fun to look at! Continue reading
The inspiration for this card came from Pinterest – and shame on me I did not make a note of the creative soul who made it…………… nor could I find it again!
I am very cautious with Pinterest – yes – it is full of such beautiful ideas and a huge source of inspiration but you can get lost in it and before you know what happened several hours have passed and not a lot to show for it! (just don’t ask me how I know!) So I ration myself and on one of the occasions I did dip in I found this idea – and I just love it. Continue reading
Petal Garden Designer Series Paper Stack is my particular favorite at the moment. It has colors mixed together, that on the face of it, you would not normally put together ~ Rich Razzleberry, Calypso Coral, Sweet Sugarplum, Pool Party and Old Olive – all of them beautiful colors on their own but when combined in this paper, it is just stunning.
I am currently hosting a DSP share and one of my ladies looked at the papers in this stack and asked what she could do with the ones that just had pattern in the corner, so I did a little research and came up with an idea for her. Continue reading
I have a monthly class where we explore different techniques using card and ink with some added stamp sets, ribbons and other embellishments. We then use the technique to create a card and a couple of months ago we did one using ordinary wax paper. To be honest, the only reason I have wax paper at all is to use for my card crafting – I think this is the second technique we have done with it and I have a couple more up my sleeve! Continue reading
Last Sunday evening my Stampin’ UP! grandma organised another mystery stamping event on our teams Facebook page. It is the latest in a series she had done over the last few years and they are a lot of fun.
She starts by giving us a list of supplies, this time it was a card base plus a layer, a Whisper White oval, some ribbon and linen thread, then to choose a stamp set with flowers and greetings and two ink pads. Continue reading
Welcome to the Christmas in July Blog Hop – a collection of ideas from Stampin’ UP! demonstrators all over the globe showcasing the brand new and fantastic ‘Carols of Christmas’ bundle which has a stamp set with the same name and the ‘Card Front Builder Thinlets Dies.You will have come from Betty Bickford ~ I just hope my card is up to the same standard.
Each of us has been asked to design a card using this bundle and other products from the current 2017 – 2018 annual catalog.
When I saw the bundle for the first time it literally screamed GOLD heat embossing to me so that was my starting point, I chose very traditional colors of Cherry Cobbler and Very Vanilla to compliment the gold.
Sympathy cards are the one type of card that we would really not have to make but they are probably the ones that bring the most comfort to the recipient ~ they know someone is thinking of them at a difficult time in their life.
The Thoughts and Prayers stamp set is a one to have in your stash, not only is it suitable for bereavement it also has some lovely sentiments for get well and thinking of you…. and what can I say about the two images – one the most elegant tree and the other a lovely ‘swooshy’ flowery branch – which I have used on an anniversary card before. Continue reading