Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Sunday, December 21, 2008
Friday, December 19, 2008
-Taggers Dozen $8
-Love Ya Bunches $5
-It's a Date $5
-All I have seen $5
-Flowers for a Friend $15 (hostess level 3)
-Warmest Regards $10 (NUM)
-Little Layers Plus $8
-All the Best $8
-Carte Postale and Jumbo Wheel $20
-Oh, my word $8
-Big Blossom $5 (NUM)
-Bodacious Bouquet $12
-Letter Patterns $5
-Polka Dots and Paisley $8
-Vases In Vogue $15 (hostess level 3)
-All year cheer 1 $15
-Houndtooth Background $10
-So Many Sayings $10
-Spring Solitude & wheel $15
-Best Blossoms $5
-Both Way Blossoms $15
-Looks Like Spring $15
-Floral Bacgground $10
-From the Garden Background $10
-crosshatch background $10
-Linen Background $10
-Greetings Galore $15
-Flower Fest $20
-Big Blossom $10
-So Very $5
-Fun Filled $8
-Stippled Stencils $5
-So Very $5
-Fresh Flowers & wheel $12
Please e-mail me with the name of the set you're interested in at firstname.lastname@example.org Prices DO NOT include shipping. I accept paypal and credit cards by phone. Thanks for your help. I will be posting more stamps soon so keep checking back!
Thursday, December 18, 2008
Here is a link to Part 1 and Part 2 of the instructions on how to make this AWESOME ornaments!
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
Monday, December 15, 2008
Here are your random numbers:22
Timestamp: 2008-12-15 18:54:21 UTC
Wow, a year. And what an awesome blog!
Tuesday, December 9, 2008
Thursday, December 4, 2008
I hope you enjoyed these little cuties! Thank you so much for stopping by!
May God Bless you today and always,
Sunday, November 30, 2008
I know you will all want to see how it's made....soooo
Friday, November 28, 2008
This next picture was taken a few months ago, but doesn't she just look the cutest! I will post more pictures from her 3rd birthday party in a few weeks...thanks for going down memory lane with me!
Now for the card! I knew it was my turn to host on her birthday so I took the oppertunity to let her inspire my Challenge LSC196. Her favorite color is pink...so you are to use pink somewhere on your card or project, she's turning 3 so what better than to limit the layers and embelishments to 3! Last but not least...she loves animals, so an animal must be used in the card or project! Here is my card! (her birthday card!)
I used pretty in pink for the card base, I then stamped the little kitty on a piece of 2.25 x 2.5 piece of whisper white cardstock and colored it in using blender pens and pretty in pinjk and certainly celery inks...added glitter and was done with that. Next I used a piece of designer paper scrap and cut a circle using my creative memories circle cutter and added it to the base and tied a pink gingham ribbon around it...for my last step I added a #3 chipboard number 3 and that's all...super simple and super cute for my super cute 3 year old!
Thanks for looking!
Stamps: Pun Fun
Ink: Pretty in pink, certainly celery, stazon black
Accessories: Ribbon, bigshot, creative memories ircle cutter, glitter
Thursday, November 27, 2008
I will share with you a card I made tomorrow...Until then enjoy your thanksgiving! May it be blessed!
Have a blessed day today and always!
Friday, November 21, 2008
What do you think of my little something? I used a bunch of papers and accessories, but I really like how it turned out...okay so maybe not a bunch! Just 2 pieces of paer! hahaha LOL I also used one of my VERY favorite stam sets (Baroque motifs) and I love the sentiment from Holidays and wishes. I used the Oragami medalion fold again from the TLC challenge from monday (can you tell I love these little guys?)
Now for the baroque motiofs I just knew that I had to use Ridding Hood Red ink and it wouldn't dry to well, so I used my brain and poured clear embossing powder over the ink just after stamping and heat set it. Sheer gorgeousness and it's even raised! To finish off this project I used some Hodge Podeg Hardware and one of my mini snowflake dies for the big shot available from Stampin' Up! and no project is ever complete without some dazzling diamonds glitter!
Stamps: Baroque Motifs, Holidays and Hugs
Ink: Riding Hood Red, Stazon black
Paper: Bella Rose designer paper, Ski Slope Designer paper, Baja Breeze
Accessories: Hodge Podge Hardware, Big Shot, snow flakes dies, satin ribbon (retired), dazzling Diamonds glitter
Thanks for stopping by!
May God bless you today and always,
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Isn't this ornament just stunning! I love the felt Snowflake in the center!
Here is a closeup in all it's gorgeousness! If you would like to attend this class please e-mail me asap to reserve your spot! (e-mail: email@example.com)
When: Monday December 8th, 2008
Where: My house
Time: 6:30 (let me know if you can't make it this early as I know some of you work!)
Supplies to bring: none
What we will make: 3 ornaments
Thanks for stopping by!
May God bless you today and always!
Stamps: Wild Rose
Ink: Ridding Hood Red, Kiwi Kiss, Pink Pirouette
Paper: Bella Rose, riding hood red, kiwi kiss, shimmery white
Accessories: Cuttlebug Olivia Alpha, rectangle nestabilities, white gel pen, CD folders (10 for $5 E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like some), big Shot
That's all I have for right now...I'll be back later with some ornaments and a class schedule for you! If you're in the area I hope you can make it!
May God Bless you today and Always
Saturday, November 15, 2008
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Friday, November 7, 2008
I used orchid Opulance cardstock and cut the letters in 5.5 inches tall...I think? Could of been 5 inches. Anyways, Once all the letter were cut I came home and used my cuttlebug folders through my big shot...fisrt I inked the top portion of the folder also with Orchid Opluance and then ran it through. After that is was Glitter time! While all the glitter was drying I cut out 15 top note dies on shimmery white cardstock and then sponged the edges with Orchid Opulance craft ink...my fav way to sponge!
Now for the little stamped girl...you're probably thinking...hey that's not weddingish or engagementish...well I though gosh this would be a shame to trash it after one use...so pretty and so muh work...that I thought Hey I could probably use it for other occasions...so I started thinking and decided it would be good for a birthday or a bridal shower ad even a baby shower...so I will just switch out images and call it a day! This particular image is from an MFT set called "you take the cake" and I water colored again with the craft ink and aqua painter...added more glitter and cut her out!
Now, since I had all my supplie already out I went ahead and made a birthday card...never know when I might need to use it! LOL
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
This card was made for Angel's "The 18 Rainbow days of Angelosity"
sketch challenge. It is actually a gate card and I love hjow it turned out! This Dove is a set from Little Paper Shop and it's called Christmas Wishes...Love the Dove and the sentiment font is just right up my alley! The cardstock is real red and the designer paper is a glitter matstack that I bought eyons ago for a bulk project...I believe it's from Die Cuts With a View but I could be worng! The center real red suare measures 3x3 and the inside layer is just a 1/8 inch shorter. I stamped the Dove in Kiwi Kiss ink and then sponged the edges, matter it on the red and adhered it to the card...now don't make the same mistake I did, I added glue to the WHOLE back side...DUHHHH good thing I had more real red carstock! LOL
I got this super cute snowflake die the other day (item # 113459) I did try to cut it out of a mylar ballon, but it just curled up and became impossible to adhere...so I went with option #2 using our gorgeous Silver cardstock! I cut the cardstock into 4's and was able to make 2 cards from one sheet! I then used some old olive cardstock and some Holiday treasure designer paper and a tiny little pice of Baha Breeze cardstock. Using my pretties kit I used one of the crystal rhinestone brads and called it a day! Super easy peasy. That's all the time I have for now...going to my friends house to work on a banner for SIL and then I'll be back with another skecth from Angelosity's blog.
Paper: Old Olive, Holiday Treasures, Baja Breeze, silver
Acessories: Big Shot, Snowflake #2 die, Pretties Kit
Thanks for stopping by!
May God Bless you today and Always,
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Here's a picture of the back opened up ...I used 2 CDLiterature Folders to create the book. The books are made of fiberboard and are pretty sturdy! I will be using these in the future to house my picture CD's from my Digital camera. If you would like some of these CD folders they are 10 for $5 plus shipping to you! That's only 50cents a pice!
In this picture you can see the fisrt page, I covered it with some designer paper and punched out the little tab incase she wanted to put some little memorabilia inside, in the orchid scallop I will be putting their saying...which is "Making two Byrds with one Stone" as you guessed their last name will be Byrd!
Here is one of the two pockets that the book will have...traditionally tis is where the CD's or DVD's would go, but I'm using it for tags in case we run out of writting room! I will also be taking pictures while at the party and then will save the pictures to a CD and give it to the Bride and Groom...I did this for my sister when she had a bridal shower and it was extremly well taken!
This little book might be small, but it packs a punch! There are 14 pages that can be witten on plus the 6 or so tags! What do you think? Would you like some of the CD folders? If so please e-mail me at email@example.com with CD Folders in the subject line! Again they come in sets of 10 and cost $5 plus shipping to you... shouldn't be too expensive and I will check exact price so you can get the most for your money!
Stamps: A little Birgy Told me, Together Forever
Ink: Stazon Black, river rock
Paper: Unkown wedding pack of designer paper, very vanilla and orchid Opulance
Accessories: Rhinestones, markers, scallop circle punch, 1 3/8 circle punch, Big Shot, Olivia Cuttlebug Alphabet, orchid Opulance ribbon, Silver grosgrain ribbon, 2 inch marvy scallop square punch
I also played in Angels challenge over at Angelosity... Her challenge today was to use a bird in your creation! Haven't check out her blog yet? You need to! Her loot is just amazing!!!...there's still time to be entered!
Thanks for stopping by!
May God Bless you today and Always!
Monday, November 3, 2008
How did I do it you ask? Well fisrt off I just want to say that this card measures 6x3...love this size! YOu can make 4 cards from one sheet of 12x12 paper! Anywho I cut my paper t 6x6 and then scored it in half then stamped the snowflakes with Pacific Point ink. I then punched a scallop square of the same Pacific point color and after attaching the ribbon added it with dimentionals. ( this scallop measures just around 2 inches) The Whisper white cardstock is cut to 1 7/8 square, I then stamped the snowflakes in Pacific Point again and then went iver the inked lines with my mono multi and added some blue untra fine glitter....it is SOOOOO sparkly in real life. The sentiment was stamped using Stampin' Up! Craft Whisper White Ink...love that stuff!
Stamps: Snow Flakes by Little Paper Shop
Ink: Pacific Point, Craft Whisper White
Paper: Pacific Pint, Whisper White
Accessories: Dimentionals, scallop punch, pacific Point ribbon, extra fine glitter
Thanks for Stopping by! Don't foeget to go out and VOTE tomorrow!
OHHHHH I also wanted to tell you that Julia has asked to be a permanent design tema member over at Little Paper Shop...let me just tell you I was jumping for joy!!!
Have a blessed day today and Always!
Check out this awesome Purse Mel (Over at Mel Stamps) made using the snowflake set to embelish!
Julia's card is nothing short of Amazing! Chech it out here
Also, Check out another great card using Little Paper Shop stamps at the Whimsical Butterfly!
Sunday, November 2, 2008
Isn't she just too adorable!
Okay onto the card!
I really like the way this card turned out! I used Pun Fun (one of my faveorite sets!) and she loves kitties so it worked out purrrfectly...hahaha pun inteneded...LOL I crack myself up! LOL I also used up some designer paper from last year that I had left over and cut a cirlce usinf my CM cutting system and then cut off the excess going off the side...stamped the kitty on a pice of 2.25 x 2.5 piece of white cardstock and colored it in using pretty ink pink ink, certainly celery ink and a blender pen...added glitter and a number cut using my bigshot and called it a day! Thanks for looking!
Stamps: Pun Fun
Ink: stazon black, pretty ink pink, certainly celery
Paper: pretty in pink, whisper white, designer paper
Accessories: glitter, big shot, circle cutter (creative memories) ribbon
Thanks for stopping by! Give your kids a hug today...pretty soon they'll be all grown up!