Thursday, April 15, 2010

Making Pins wih the Big Shot!

The last project we made in the Big Shot Class were pins. You can put up to 8 layers of fabric through the Big Shot! We used the Stampin' Up! Flower Folds XL Bigz Die. We die cut 2 layers each of the 3 smallest flowers. We staggered them and tacked them together with needle and thread. The centers are corduroy buttons.
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Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Flower Fancy - 20% off!

Here is another card with a stamp set you can purchase 20% off in April! You can shop in my on-line store:

You can't see it, but there is a small amount of Dazzling Diamonds in the center of the flower and the edges of the Blush Blossom oval are sponged with Chocolate Chip.

Supplies: Sage Shadow, Chocolate Chip, Whisper White, Blush Blossom card stock; Versamark and Black embossing powder; Chocolate Chip Classic Ink; Sage Shadow, Blush Blossom Watercolor Wonder crayons; Aquapainter; 1/4" Sage Shadow Grosgrain ribbon; Wide Oval and Ticket Corner Punches; Sincere Salutations Stamp Set.
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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Big Shot Class - Cards

I just love all of the things we can make with the Big Shot! Cards are a snap!

I just love how the Movers & Shapers Die coordinates with our punches! The white star is texturized with the Perfect Polka Dots Textured Impressions Folder.

To make this card, place a piece of folded card stock on the Scallop Square Clear Die. Make sure the card stock is covering three of the four sides. You want the fold at the top of the card. We finished this card with the Sweet Pea designer series paper and the greeting punched with the Word Window Punch layered on the Modern Label Punch. Literally, it took less then 5 minutes to make this card!
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Sunday, April 11, 2010

Detroit Tiger Opening Day!

Friday was the Home Opening Game for the Detroit Tigers. We have season's tickets so for us, this is a holiday! (smile) It was a "balmy" 38 degrees when the first pitch was thrown and climbed up to 40 by the end of the game! The Tigers gave us a win so it was well worth it!

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