Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Sweet Pea!

This was a Hostess Club project last week. Pink is one of my Mother-In-Law's favorite color so she will be getting this card for Mother's Day.

Supplies used: Pretty In Pink, Whisper White & Rose Red card stock; Sweet Pea designer series paper and felt flowers; Rose Red Classic Ink; Well Scripted stamp set.
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Monday, April 19, 2010

The Love Affair Continues...

Yesterday my husband and I celebrated our 36th wedding anniversary. We share the day with my parents who celebrated their 63rd anniversary. That's 99 years between us! This is the card I made them.

My love affair with the Vintage look is going strong! I was playing with the new Smooch Spritz from the upcoming Summer Mini Catalog. It is perfect for Vintage! The card base is Natural Ivory card stock. I wheeled the Very Vintage wheel with Versamark and embossed with clear embossing powder over the front of the card. Then I lightly "smooched" the card with the Gold Glow Smooch Spritz. It is really pretty! A light shimmery metallic look! I wheeled Versamark on the Always Artichoke piece as well. I stamped and watercolored the flowers from Elements of Style in the upcoming Summer Mini catalog and die cut the butterfly with the Beautiful Butterflies die. It's hard to see but the flowers have Dazzling Diamonds glitter on them. The greeting is from Teeny Tiny Wishes and Vanilla Satin Ribbon and Vanilla Hodge Podge hardware finishes it off!
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Trendy Trees

I just love this stamp set! It coordinates so well with the Sweet Pea Designer Series Pack! It's not too late to pick up this stamp set for $14.36 - 20% off! And time is running out on the Occasions Mini Catalog as well! The sales period ends April 30!
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Supplies used: Old Olive, So Saffron, Chocolate Chip and Whisper White card stock; Old Olive and Chocolat Chip Classic Ink; Chocolate Chip 5/8" Grosgrain Ribbon; Scallop Circle, Ticket Corner, Modern Label and Word Window punches; Sweet Pea Designer Series Paper

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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