Showing posts with label Sale A Bration 2011. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sale A Bration 2011. Show all posts

Friday, March 25, 2011

Sweet Cupcake

It has been a while since I last posted a project. I have been busy with the kiddos and their very busy school and social schedule. I did find time to play with my Create a Cupcake set and the center stair fun fold. We made this card at my last stamp club meeting. We used different colors though.
stamp set: Create A Cupcake
paper: pink pirouette, melon mambo, early espresso and whisper white cardstock; ice cream parlor designer series paper (SAB)
ink: melon mambo, early espresso, and pretty in pink
accessories: cupcake punch, old olive taffeta ribbon, dimentionals, stampin write markers, and basic rhinestones

The measurements and instructions are quite simple. The cardstock measures 4.25" x 11". You cut a slit along each side 3/4" in, from the 1" to 6.5".

Along the short side score your cardstock at 1", 2" and at 6.5" from the outside in. Then score at the 5.5" from the left cut line to the right cut line. I have added a small drawing here to show you. The thin lines are the cut lines and the thick represent your score lines.

Thanks for looking!
Happy Stampin'

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Bliss card

This card features the new Bliss stamp set, from the Sale-A-Bration catalog. I got the layout from another demonstrator Elaine, I just love it's simplicity. I plan on using this card for a workshop tomorrow.
There is still time to hold your own workshop before sale-abration ends on March 31st. Schedule yours today!

Stamp set: Bliss and So Happy for You
Paper: Baja Breeze, Sahara Sand and Rich Razzlebery cardstock; First Edition dsp
Ink: Crumb Cake, Baja Breeze and Basic Black
Accessories: basic black grograin ribbon, 5 petal flower punch, 1" circle punch, 1/2" circle punch, and a rhinestone brad

Happy Stampin'

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

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...