I am a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in Northern Virginia. I love Rubber Stamping, Scrapbooking and 3-d Paper Crafting. I also love Cooking, Gardening, Travel, Photography and Occasionally Organizing.
On this BLOG you'll see a bit of it all because it is all a part of my life. I hope you'll visit often. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Irresistibly Yours Specialty DSP (FREE during Saleabration), and Crazy About You stamp set (Occasions Catalog) make for a pretty thank you card. I love how the polka dots shine...may be hard to see in the picture.
I love Stampin' Up!'s Paper Trimmer and especially the Rotary Addition. I bought 2 trimmers so I could have both ready to go without having to change the arms all the time. I thought the cost was reasonable enough to do that.
Here's a bookmark card I designed, for a stamp camp last month, using the Stampin' Trimmer Rotary Addition and the perforating cutting blade. Other supplies used are mostly Saleabration items that are free with a $50 order (before sh/h/tax).
Supplies used: Big Day stamp set (c), Irresistibly Yours Specialty DSP, Bermuda Bay and Calypso Coral Blendies, Bermuda Bay Sequin Trim, Bermuda Bay ink, Brayer, Scalloped Tag Topper, Calypso Coral card stock, Memento Black ink, Sweet Dreams Designer Washi Tape.
Remember yesterday when I posted the St. Patrick's Day pins I made. Well, I tried one out today as a ponytail holder and it worked. These will be fun!
I can't believe it's only a few weeks until St. Patrick's Day. I have a craft show coming up right before that so I'm making these cute pins to sell. I've laminated them so they can be used for many years to come. I was just thinking, as I type this, they could easily be turned into ponytail holders. I may try that tomorrow.
I had the scalloped one in mind for females and the circle ones for males. The scalloped one is about 2" in diameter and the circle is 1 3/4".
This is one of the cards we will be making in the Sheltering Tree class this coming weekend, along with the framed art. I stamped the tree with the Kraft White ink and then used the white EP and heat set. The snow covered ground and snowflakes are Kraft White and no embossing. Do you like it?