Scarves, Coasters & Notepads

November 2, 2007 at 9:37 am | Posted in Events, Project- Silk Scarves, Project- Tile Coasters, Projects, Stamp Set- Bold Butterfly, Stamp Set- Both Way Blossoms, Stamp Set- French Script, Stamp Set- Lovely As A Tree, Stamp Set- Perfect Presentation, Stamp Set- Roses in Winter, Stamp Sets, Stampin' Up!, Technique- Home Decor | 1 Comment

I’ve finally uploaded the photos of some great Christmas presents that you can create yourself!

I’ll be holding a Great Gifts Stamp Camp on Saturday November 10th where you can make all of these.  RSVP & pre-pay by Wednesday Nov 7th.  Check out my Events page for more details.

 

March THO Projects

March 9, 2007 at 12:49 pm | Posted in Events, Projects, Stamp Set- Polka Dots & Paisley, Stamp Set- Roses in Winter, Stamp Set- Wishing You the Best, Stamp Sets, Stampin' Up! | Comments Off

At my Totally Hands On workshops this month, we’ll be making the card I created for a shoebox swap.  Because this card is pretty time-consuming, the other projects we’re doing are really simple.

It can’t get much better than that smile, can it?  This is my adorable son, Jared, last November.

Stamp sets: Wishing You the Best ($2 from the sale of each of these sets is donated to the Ronald McDonald House charity), Everyday Flexible Phrases, Simple Sayings II

Paper: Night of Navy, Pumpkin Pie, Whisper White

Ink: Bashful Blue, Pumpkin Pie

Accessories: White Grosgrain, Rectangle Punch, 1 1/4″ & 1 3/8″ Circle Punches, Dimensionals

Easter is coming up, so I thought we’d make a pretty, spring basket.  This is very simple to do and uses only a 6×6 square of cardstock (plus a strip of cardstock or ribbon for a handle). 

Stamp Set: Roses In Winter (one of my all-time favorites! you just can’t mess this one up!)

Paper: Whisper White, Pretty in Pink

Ink: Pretty in Pink, Regal Rose, Rose Red, Mellow Moss

Accessories: it really helps to have a nice Paper Cutter with a Scoring Blade

I got the template off the Stampin’ Up! demonstrator website, and found some awesome samples on Splitcoast.  Here’s one of my favorite pics (made by Cambria) because it shows some variations you can do with this basket.  (I’m not sure if this pic is located in one of the demonstrator-only sections, so if you can’t see it, someone let me know and I’ll put a copy here.)

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