Who says you have to have a ton of paper crafting supplies in order to craft? Want to make a few cards but don't want to break the bank to have handmade cards? The Stampin Up Tin of Cards is perfect. This fun printed tin gives you plenty of room to store the cards that you make in this kit, plus room for more. Kit includes enough card bases and accents for 16 cards, 4 each of 4 designs. All for $27 amazing deal!
Complete the kit using the Tin of Cards Stamp Set (item 138946). Stamps, ink, and adhesive sold separately. Instructions included.
Feel free to contact me with any questions
Today I was going through pictures on my computer. Deleting ones I don't need, sorting through and categorizing them. I came across a Calendar workshop I designed and hosted the first year I became a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I relied heavily on Cricut for the words and seasonal diecuts. It was a lot of prep work, so many pieces and layers. But the end results are awesome. II downloaded a calendar grid and reprint each year. I still use the calendar today as my everyday calendar. So I just thought I'd share.
I hope you enjoy
I love decorating for the holidays. But sometimes when life gets crazy with all the running around, I don't get much of a chance to enjoy all the decorating. And, well sometimes it feels more like another chore I have to get done. But I created this holiday lantern. It's been sitting on my shelf waiting for the perfect time to be "blogged". I was inspired from a few lanterns I had seen on Pinterest. I love Pinterest, have I said that yet?
I will admit this was my first attempt at using our new Festive Flower Builder Punch. It was so easy to do! For the Poinsettia, I stamped then punched out the petals and layered them to create the flower. It was the perfect adornment to my lantern.
I used our Vellum paper to make the milk carton shape of the lantern. I stamped the Hardwood background stamp in Early Espresso and really waited for the ink to dry before scoring and folding. I will say after making this once, I would definitely use a stayzon ink for the fast drying.
I added a binder clip to hold the lantern closed. I wanted the inside to be accessible pretty easily. The Gold Sequins, new Gold Glitter Ribbon and New Gold Cording Trim are adhered to the lantern with glue dots so the won't fall off when you take of the clip.
And what's a lantern without a little light? Right?
Inside the lantern is a little battery operated tealight. How cute! I am really excited to put this on display during the holidays. I can even be hung on a tree!
I hope I inspired some of your holiday decorating too!
Stamp sales are the best sales, and this one is no exception! Save 15 percent off on stamp purchases October 19-23. Because this sale is only going for a few days, it's important to get your orders in fast to make sure you don't miss it. This could be just what you are were waiting for to purchase those stamps on your wish list, so take advantage of this limited-time sale!
Today I finalized my Christmas card design. I'm so happy! Once I figured out what I wanted to do I was on a roll. I'll give a sneak peak, but you'll have to wait for Christmas to see the cards. I will share that I used the Home for Christmas DSP. Love this paper!! I prepped as much as I could and stamped enough for 100 cards. But I had to place an order for supplies. I can't wait for the order to come in so I can keep going. Just need to print out our family picture. And when it's all prepped, assembled! Wah-la!!! Definitely feeling accomplished today!
It's been awhile since I've had an opportunity to blog. Unfortunately juggling different projects sometimes gets in the way. But, no worries, I've been busy Stampin, creating projects and scheduling events. Be sure to check out my Facebook page or Stampin Up website to see what's going on.
Come on by to my Stamp-A-Stack. I have several dates schedule so check it out!!!!!
It's the most wonderful time of the year when we get to run around preparing for the holidays. Why not get a head start on some handmade cards. What's better than receiving a handmade card in the mail???
Join me on my first Holiday Stamp a Stack. Make as many cards you would like. These cards are quick easy. A quick stamping and you're ready for assembly. You will be able to choose from 2 designs.
The more you make the cheaper they will be. Cards will include envelopes.
For every 10 more you make, you will save 10% off.
50 or more cards save 20% off
100 or more save 30% (that's crazy, under .90 per card)
Cost of cards 20 for $25
30 for $33.75
40 for $45
50 for $50
Please let me know at time of RSVP roughly how many cards you think you might make.
Please make sure to RSVP on time do I can have the materials ready for you!!
Hope to see you there!!