Tuesday, November 29, 2011

It's been a while...

It's been too long since I have posted. I have been swamped with the boys and their school activities. I volunteered for the PTA and have been consumed by fundraising events. Not that I mind but it has left me little room for blogging. We also took a wonderful vacation to Florida and did the Disney Dream and WDW. So much fun!
Here are my boys on Disney's private island in the Bahamas.

So, now that I am back to reality and with two fundraisers under my belt I can get to my passion and stamping.
I have had a few classes and some creative moments so I will share them with you now in one long post. Hopefully making up for some of my absence.

These first two cards were from a button button class I did.
This card features the gorgeous (that I said I wouldn't buy) Gently Falling two step stamp set(123802c; 123804w), I cant put this set down. It's timeless and versatile. I used a wet napkin and re-inkers to do the different colors for the leaves. The button is a paper button I made using multiple layers of card stock and dsp.

This card features the Spice Cake extra large designer buttons (124113), the Spice Cake dsp (124003), and the gorgeous Very Vanilla velvet ribbon (125637). I lined the inside of the button with a 1-1/4" circle punched from the dsp. The large flower is die cut from the spice cake designer fabric. It's the details that always make the difference.

I can't find my holiday card pictures so I will locate them and post tomorrow.
Hope to see you soon!
Tricia


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Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Exciting Hostess Promotion!



Now through December 15th Hostess' receive an additional $35 in hostess dollars when you host a $350 workshop! What a great deal! Stampin' Up! sure knows how to spoil us. Let's get your workshop scheduled today!

If that isn't enough for you SU! is also giving away a free Big Shot or $100 product credit when you sign up as a demonstrator through November 11th!
Thank you SU!

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Stampin' Up! Succulent Garden Pop Up slider

I really love, love, love the succulent garden designer series paper.  I saw this slider pop-up card on Pinterest and knew I had to try it o...