Sunday, October 29, 2017

How do you color? Watercolor Pencils? Aqua Painter and ink? Stampin' Write markers? Looking forward to the new Stampin' Blends?  If you like to color, be sure to get this fun 'Just Add Color' Designer Series paper!  It is part of the Buy 3 get 1 Free sale until the end of October (just 2 more days)!  There are beautiful patters and the paper is strong enough to hold up to your watercoloring too!!

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Buy 3 Get 1 Free ending soon!

There are just a few more days to take advantage of the Buy 3 get 1 Free paper sale! click here to see what is on sale, or contact me with any questions.  And don't forget to take advantage of my Frequen buyer rewards program!

Friday, October 27, 2017

Painted Autumn Fussy Cut Pumpkins

Hi Everyone! Today I am showing you another card from my Card Buffet Thursday night. I just loved the paper in the Painted Autumn Designer Series Paper pack and so I wanted to use it for the card buffet. Especially since it is part of the buy 3 get 1 free paper sale this month.  You can see all of the papers that are on sale here.

 I used the same paper on this scrapbook page as well.

Here is a quick video with a step by step on how to put the card together.
Here is the supply list.
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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Tissue Paper Pumpkin Treats

Hi Everyone! Today I am sharing a little treat that I am giving to the kids in my Wednesday night pre-school class at church.  These are so easy and fun and even though they are not really Stampin' related, I thought I would share them here anyway.  After all, we are all crafters and you might enjoy it!  They are really inexpensive and fast to make.  See the below video for a step by step tutorial.  I hope you enjoy!

Lovely as a Tree

One of my oldest and dearest stamp sets is Lovely as a Tree.  I bought it in 2001 and amazingly it is still in the current catalog. I guess I'm not the only one who likes it!
I get this stamp out every Christmas, but I really do need to remember that it is great for other seasons too!
This is a trio of cards that I designed for my Card Buffet tonight.  We are going to make the one in the top right corner.

It's hard to see in the photo but the card has some sparkle to it due to the Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, so pretty!
The papers here are from the Merry Little Christmas designer series paper pack.  This paper features fun patterns in Old Olive, Basic Black and White.

I made a quick video so you can see how this card comes together. 

Thanks for stopping by today.  I hope you found some inspiration here. 
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Monday, October 23, 2017

One Wild Ride

Hi Everyone.  Today I am sharing a card that will be part of my Card Buffet offering this Thursday night.  Card Buffets are a new part of my class offering and they are meant to be a way for you to have a variety of cards on hand to use for any occasion.  I have a buffet of cards to choose from, around 10 to 12 different styles, and you can make one of each or 2 of some or 10 of one style, what ever you like, just like a food buffet.  Cards are $2.50 each or 5 for $10.  10 for $20, the amount you make is up to you.

This month I have 10 cards.  One baby, one wedding, one sympathy, one Thanksgiving, some any occasion, some Birthday and two Christmas.  There is something for everyone.

There are lots of fun details on this card, such as the embossed silver foil and the splatter background. 
I made a quick video so that you can see how it all comes together.

I hope that you like today's project. Here is the supply list.
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Saturday, October 21, 2017

Paper Piecing / Paper Tole? with Count My Blessings stamp set

Hi Everyone.  Today I would like to share a new card made with the Count My Blessings stamp set.  I just loved this set from the moment I saw it, something about the art style and the fonts that caught my eye.

I wanted to play around with the flowers by adding some layers to the petals and leaves. I stamped some extra images and colored and cut out more of the petals and leaves, and used dimentionals to made them stand up higher.

I made a quick video if you would like to see a step by step.
I hope that you will look through your stamps and see if there are any that would work nicely with this technique.  I love the idea of sharing in our creativity, so if you do make something with lots of layering, please feel free to share it on my Facebook page:
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