I had a Christmas themed stamping event in November and it was so much fun. One of my customers is planning to sign up as a demonstrator and she is most likely going to take of over my stamping club that meets far from my home. That will free me up to stamp more often in my own home and I am excited about that. Here are the projects we made with my stamp group!
One fun thing about this stamp night was that my daughter Zoe, 10, wanted to join us and made a set of all of these cards herself as well!! Amazing!
It has been so great to be back in action. I started selling Stampin' Up! In 2007. In early 2013 I needed a break and took 9 or 10 months off. I signed up again and started getting the girls together again. Last Friday was Crafty Club night and 12 ladies joined me to make 3 projects. It is always such fun to have friends in my home. I love the bustle of activity and seeing people have a good time. Hopefully they have as much fun as I do!
When planning for this class I knew which sets I wanted to use. First up was Starburst Sayings and the matching framelits. I love those pinked edge circles. They seem so cheery.
I found a card on Pinterest from this Canadian Stampin' Up! blogger and imitated her card. (Link for credit
This card included scoring, embossing and die-cutting. The more layers, the more love!
See you soon,
Ampersands have always been cool to me. There are a couple of current sets that Stampin' Up! has out that include them. I really liked this "perfect pennants" stamp set
and used it to create this You & Me card. The paper is This and That Epic Day
Designer Series Paper (DSP). We made this card at my January Crafty Club. The next meeting is March 7.
Hope you like this little card that could be used for a variety of occasions.
This little treat was easy to make. We used the Tag punch on each end of a 6 inch strip. We scored from each end so there was about 1/2 inch in the center. We stamped to make it cute and added some punches. There is a ghiradelli chocolate inside. We tied with with some baker's twine and this little treat was done!Stamps:
That's the tickets, (key to my heart is retired)Punches:
Ticket punch, decorative label, banner punchother:
baker's twine, glitter paper, cardstock
A friend of mine recently went to a class and made a cute little 3x3 canvas using Stampin' Up! materials. I loved the idea and wanted to make one for Valentine's Day. We made this cutie at my January Crafty Club.Stamp sets
: Label Love, Around Array, Banner Blast (Sale-a-bration)Punches:
Label, banner, 7/8" scallop circle, owl punch (for the heart)other:
ink, sponges, DSP, baker's twine, washi tape (this and that and Christmas)
I bought the Canvases at Michael's - they have white or black. I happened to have the easel but I probably got it at Michael's too. :)
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