Welcome to the April Stampin Friends Blog Hop!! We are featuring Flowers and Mom's in this month's hop.
Be sure to hop along and visit everyone's blogs, if you get lost, be sure to scroll down to the end of each blog to find a list of hoppers. I hope you came from Melissa Thomas, didn't you just love her projects?? So great! After you view my blog, be sure to leave a comment!!! And then continue to Jo Blackman If you are not sure whose blogs you have visited, you can find a list of hoppers at the bottom of each blog!
Mother's Day is May 10, 2020 here in the USA. So I decided to not only feature flowers, but to also make my projects for Mother's Day! At this point, not sure if my projects will be hand delivered or mailed. We will just have to wait and see!
I've been loving the new Stampin Up Ornate Garden Suite. I chose this suite this month because it has so many flowers in this suite. And the big flower arrangement stamp was perfect!
I made this easy adorable lidded box and matching card for you! SO let's dive right in!
I cut the frame using the die from the Ornate Layers Dies. It is the second largest. Then I cut a piece of Whisper White to layer on top and embossed it using the Ornate Floral 3D Embossing Folder. I stamped the Flower image from the Ornate Style Stamp set in Black and colored with coordinating Stampin' Blends Markers; Calypso Coral, So Saffron, Daffodil Delight and Old Olive. Finished with some pearls and the Calypso Coral ribbon from the Ornate Garden Ribbon Combo Pack. Now I did all of this twice since I used the same design on the card.
The box is a good size as you can see from the picture above, I included a travel tissue pack the and the lid goes on perfectly fine! You can tealights to this box too, so you can see just how much you can fit.
I made my card to match the box, so as I mentioned above, I stamped and cut the images twice so when I got the card, it was basically assembly. The card base is Calypso Coral. I added a layer of DSP first that measures 4 1/8'x 5 3/8". The DSP is from the Ornate Garden Specialty Designer Series Paper.
I hope you enjoyed my projects today and I have inspired you to make one on your own! Please feel free to contact me with any questions!!!
Be sure to check out the next blog during this month's blog hop, Jo Blackman! I'd love to hear what you think, so feel free to leave a comment!!!
A project that I love to make for the holidays is a lotion & chapstick holder! Passed years I have made a gift bag holder with a cut out in the front for a window so you can see the content. Even tho I really like the gift bag, I decided to change it up a little this year. The reason being, I am involved in a Holiday Pop-Up shopping event again this year and this will be the 3rd time I will be displaying my projects for sale. So I figured for those repeat attendees that I am so gracious for!!!! I decided I needed a fresh look!
After a few failed attempts on my own, I came across a post on Pinterest and I really liked her project. I adjust it to be just a tad wider so that the lotion and chapsticks would fit without pushing against the paper edges.
Unfortunately, I did not pin the post and I am having trouble locating it at the moment. SO I will keep looking and definitely update when I come across it! I want to make sure I give credit to the creator as well!!
The DSP and stamp image I used is from Stampin' Up's new Let it Snow suite. The stamp set is called Snowman Season and there is also a Snowman Builder punch that coordinates with one of the stamps.
I made 2 of each paper design for a total of 8 holders. I used the cut out from the window as a backing to the greeting and had the reverse side of the paper displayed. For the window opening you could use a window sheet. But I cut a piece of transparency. You can find these at an office supply store. I feel they work just as well and you get more for your money!
I plan to put these into a cellophane bag and finish it off with a little tag that includes the contents for easy shopping.
I hope you like it!
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Who has time to create things from scratch this time of year? Me that's for sure!!! Stampin Up knows how busy this time of year is for us! We scramble to get cards addressed, gift purchased and the house the decorated! And that is why they have created their holiday kits. The Christmas Countdown is by far the best kit I have seen with Stampin Up! It's fun It's functional and It's versatile. The boxes are undecorated so you can use this for so much more than just Christmas. I have viewed many ideas on Pinterest! The possibilities are endless! But why stress out....I can help you get ready for the Holiday Season with a hand-crafted advent décor! Fill the small boxes with treats for the kids/grandkids, give as a fun gift, and let the countdowns begin!
I am offering the new Stampin Up Christmas Countdown kit as a workshop!
What is in included? The Christmas Countdown by Stampin Up created a kit that includes enough supplies to create 25 mini boxes, plus a sturdy outer box to hold them all.
November 3 at 9am
Cost - $35
I have created an additional kit so you can decorate the reverse side for Halloween. See pictures below......While it maybe too late to enjoy the Halloween side this year...You will be ahead of the game for next year! Halloween Add-on is $15
I will provide the stamps and ink! Please be sure to bring adhesives (Tombow liquid glue, dimensionals and snail) & scissors!
TO REGISTER NO LATER THAN 10/25, please click on this link to pay https://www/paypal.me/StephanieJandrow
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The holiday season is almost upon us and we will soon find ourselves scrambling to find the perfect gifts for our family & friends. Let me take away some of the stress and provide you with a fun event as you create fun gift packaging. Not only will your family/friends be excited to open their gifts....they will be super impressed that you created the packaging! I do the hard part...the cutting and preparation. You do the fun part...putting it all together!
We will be creating a variety of Holiday Gift Tags, Gift Boxes/Bags and Money/Gift Card Holders. A total of 24 projects! Yes, 24.....10 bags/boxes, 4 money holders, 4 gift card holders and 6 gift tags!
(Stampin Up designer paper may vary from what is shown based on current product availability)
Come on by December 1 at 9am!
Workshop fee is $30 this includes all the precut materials to complete each project.
You may also add on additional projects please contact me for details. Can't make? Contact me about my to go option!
To secure your seat, please register and pay at https://www.paypal.me/StephanieJandrow
Stay up-to-date with event information by RSVP'ing to the Facebook Event. Click here to view the event.
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Welcome to our April Stampin Friends Blog Hop. This month hop showcases projects that feature Mother’s Day. Be sure to check out all our wonderful crafters and their amazing projects. Did you come from Cheryl Taylor’s blog? Wasn’t her projects wonderful. After viewing my projects you will want to visit Melissa Thomas' blog. Missed someone along the way?? At the end of my blog is a list of all participants, so be sure to select the next inline. You are at #7 Steph Jandrow.
I am working on projects to sell at an upcoming Pop-Up shop for the spring. One of my focuses will be on Mother's Day! Sometimes it is tough when selling papercrafts, we have to be different and appealing for customers. I have always wanted to make tea box dispenser and the up coming shop will be perfect to display. You can search all over Pinterest and the internet to find all different instructions. This is super easy to make.
All products and supplies are Stampin Up! I used the Tea Room Specialty Designer Series Paper on page 188 of the current Annual Catalog. This paper is retiring and is now on the while supplies list. You will need a 12x12 piece of card stock cut to 6x12. I chose Daffodil Delight as the box base. I used the Tea Together Stamp set from the Occasions catalog and the matching framelits. ( this stamp set will be carrying over to the new 2019-2020 Annual catalog. How exciting!!!
Using your Stampin Trimmer or Scoring Tool, and the 6" side of the paper at the top. Score at 1". Turn the paper so the 12" is now at the top and score at 3-1/16, 5-3/4, 8-13/16 and 11-1/2" So now we are going to trim, you have 5 sections that measure 3-1/16, 2-1/16, 3-1/16, 2-1/16 and 1/2". Chose the 2-1/16 *that falls in-between the 2-- 3-1/16, you need to score 3/4" above the 1" score line. Cut out the section once scored. Then, cut the 1" flap at the bottom of the 1/2" score line. Cut up to the 1" score line.
For the lid you need a piece of cardstock that measures 4-1/4x4-5/8" Score at 3/4" on all 4 sides. Cut and assemble. This may sound a little confusing so I have added this link to Heidi Baks who goes into detail on YouTube on to make the dispenser. To make the panels, I just measure 1/4" smaller than the box and lid. And decorated with the Tea Together images. The dispenser holds a small box of tea! Adorable!
My card was nice and simple! My card base is Coastal Cabana. My first layer is Whisper White 4x5-1/4" and for the next layer, I used a piece of Designer Paper from the Tea Room pack that measures 3x3-3/4" I stamp flower and Mother's Day greeting, from the Tea Together set and colored the flowers in with Blends (I used Bermuda Bay and Old Olive), I also stamped the same images on Whisper White cardstock for the inside of the card. Before adhering to the card base, I added the Coastal Cabana/Granny Apple Green Reversible Ribbon and finished with a bow. At first I wasn't sure how the ribbon would look. But I was quite pleased! Very pretty in person!!!
Thank you so much for joining this month's blog hop. I hope you like my projects and all the other projects you have seen! I hope you were inspired to create as well! Be sure to visit Melissa's blog next and continue on!
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Welcome to our Easter or Pastel Stampin Friends March 2019 Blog Hop!
Thank you for visiting my blog from Cheryl's site, thanks so much for continuing with the Blog Hop. Make sure to check out my blog and at the end click the Inlinkz button to continue with the hop. You will be able to view a list of all the hoppers!
My original sampler displays the 4 seasons. I am currently working on 4 holidays. (Easter, 4th of July, Halloween, Christmas). The timing of the hop was perfect for me to finish and share my Easter Sampler. The products used are all Stampin Up and the shadow box frame can be found at Wal-mart under $10 also available in black.
Several stamp sets were used to make the sampler. Abstract Impressions, Beauty Abound, Sitting Pretty, Itty Bitty phrases, Picnic With You, Inspired Events and oops a couple that retired All God's Grace and Hey Chic. The DSP is Garden Impressions 6x6 paper stacks. The cardstock is Powder Pink and Soft Sea Foam. I used a 12x12 Whisper White cardstock and arranged squares evenly. The larger squares are 3x3 and then 2 3/4x 2 3/4. There are so many ideas for samplers on Pinterest. You can search to find designs that you like. My main focus was to make sure that Easter was the focus.. since I already have a spring sampler, I didn't want to make another. I am happy with the turnout! What do you think??
My next project for this hop is a card.
Thank you for joining us on our Stampin Friends Happy Holidays Blog Hop! Holidays? Wasn't it just summer??? For us here in New England we've had our roller coaster of temperatures and rain! I'm done with the rain....lets ask Mother Nature to send the rain to California and help end these horrigic fires! If you've been following along with the hop, you can from Barbara Welch's blog!! Weren't here projects awesome!!!!
During this time of year I begin my teacher gifts. I try to stay ahead of the game on this because, and I am sure you know, you blink and Christmas is here! I've been toying with this project now for over a month ........and I have finally started it! It's going to be one of things that will take some time to get done. My son's classes switch between 2 classrooms so there is 4 teachers total! I am working on a Monthly Calendar!!! So...ya I have to come up with a theme for each month and then X 4. I am also a vendor at our High School fair soooo I am debating making some for there too!!
After several attempts at different layouts I am happy with what I've done so far. AND THANK THE LORD FOR MY CRICUT....It's makes doing multiples so much easier!!! Well all except the snowflakes! This is a new die set from Stampin UP called Snowfall Framelits! I ordered the frames on Amazon, yeah Prime!! I ordered them Monday .....and they arrived today...perfect timing. So for the paper, I have used glitter paper I found at AC Moore, Pool Party, Whisper White and Blushing Bride Cardstock. The project keeps evolving as I continue to work on it. But I so happy with the results.
Ok first of all I want to apologize for my photos they aren't the best. I do have a designated area to take pictures so sometimes there's just a lot going when I need to photograph
My card is from the All is Bright Suite featured in the Stampin Up Holiday Catalog. I got the idea right out of the catalog itself! The Designer Series Paper is absolutely beautiful and this card/photo does not do it justice at all! The photographic images in the DSP really makes the card pop! The Buffalo plaid is a new background stamp also in the Holiday Catalog.
I hope you enjoyed my projects and our Happy Holidays Hop
If you haven't visited everyone's blog be sure to check them out. You can find all the participants listed below.
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Happy Stampin and Happy Holidays
I can't create fast enough to show you just how awesome the new Stampin Up Holiday Catalog is! I could go on and on about the contents! But ….I'd bore you I know! Take a look at this video that highlights some of the really cool products!
Let me know what you think??
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It might be a little warmer today than yesterday! But I'm enjoying the much cooler temperatures. Yesterday on Facebook I shared my projects that were a revisit of the past.
And the last project, which is the candy wrapper, was from an older project...I think I attended the event as a guest and made it! This also uses Howl-o-ween Treat and the Toil & Trouble DSP! I think my favorite part is the googly eyes on the Owl. So easy to make.
First, the measurements will depend on the size of the candy box you are wrapping. I purchased some M&Ms I found at the Dollar Tree.
Choose your wrap, I used 12x12 sheet of Basic Black CS. 3x12 on the 12' side score at 2 1/8, 2 3/4, 9 1/8 and 9 3/4.This will sit lengthwise on the candy box, it will not cover the whole top, we will create belly band.
Again the size of the belly band depends on the size of the candy box. I cut DSP to 4x9. Wrap the DSP around the box, gently creating score lines at the creases. Do not adhere together.
I used Layering Circles and Stitches Shapes for the embellishments. I stamped the owl in basic black and colored the eyes in with Daffodil Delight......do not add the googly eyes until you have cut the belly band.
I added to pieces of ribbon, folded in half to create a loop under my circles. This will allow your to pull the belly band open. Adhere your embellishment to the center of the creases. This will be the top of the belly band. Line up the DSP in your trimmer and cut in have to 2x12. I made sure to choose an image that would cut in half nicely. Then wrap each half of the band around the box and adhere.
Easy as that! Then I added the googly eyes and let them dry.
Here is the original project. Too cute right!! The googly eyes are the best!!!
I hope you try these projects too! Feel free to contact me if you have any questions!
Happy Halloween and Happy Stampin
Stampin Up's Holiday Catalog is here! Do you have a copy yet? There is so many new products I am just so excited to share with you! You can enjoy endless hours of crafting as we enter each season! Halloween, to Christmas and New Year's and everything in between!
The best part is Stampin Up remain true to their traditions....coordinating paper to stamps, inks and embellishments with Suites! There is 7 Suites in this catalog! And if you follow me on Facebook, I shared my favorite called Festive Farmhouse!
Here are 3 more that I couldn't wait to get my hands on! Spooky ………...Toil & Trouble! I've been using this suite just about everytime I've crafted! See this suite on pages 48-49
The Country Lane Suite is on pages 42-44 combines some of my favorite Stampin Up colors, Blackberry Bliss, Cajun Craze, Crushed Crazy, Early Espresso, Mint Macaron and Old Olive. They are the perfect colors to create warm, cozy country projects. Santa's Workshop on pages 18-21 is such a fun Suite. Perfect for all ages to create! And just like the Suite says, Craft the perfect Christmas-just like Santa.
Check out my calendar of events on Facebook and Stampin Up. I have workshops coming up that feature several of these new products ….and more to come!
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