I enjoy crafting- stamping, sewing, embroidery and jewelry making! I am a Stampin' Up demonstrator and I love sharing what I love! I blog about my favorite stamp sets & techniques. I have an online store at http://www.stampinup.com/ECWeb/default.aspx
I have an Etsy shop online (link is here). All prices reflect material used and time spent constructing. You may notice that one card may cost more than another- likely because one had more materials put into it than the other.
Thank you for joining me today. If you are interested in buying retired stampin' up! stamp sets, I have many that are for sale. Most of the stamp sets for sale are listed at my Etsy Shop. I have several that I have not listed yet that will be uploaded over the course of this week. If you are looking for a specific set, feel free to message me or comment. Thanks for looking.
I cut a piece of whisper white paper to fit in the center of the card and the pistachio pudding mat slightly larger. I stamped the smaller flower in strawberry slush in the near center, high. I then stamped 'thoughts of you bring smiles' in Coastal Cabana beneath the flower. I stamped two more flowers off the paper in Coastal Cabana.
On a piece of scrap whisper white, I stamped 'For you' from chalk talk and punched it with 1 3/8 circle punch. I made a banner (with another piece of scrap paper) out of coastal cabana.
Today I'm going to talk about why I became a stampin' up! demo. The first reason is 20% discount on stampin' up! products. I absolutely love buying stampin' up stuff and I don't like mailing in my paycheck to the company. By becoming a demo, I earn instant income from every sale that I make. Its really cool because this is the only money that I spend on stampin' up!
The second thing that I love about being a demo is stampin' start. It is a way of helping new demonstrators start out with stampin' up! You earn a stamp set for meeting sales requirements & for recruiting new demonstrators within your first six months of being a demonstrator. This is what I earned when I first joined!
If you are interested in knowing more about being a demonstrator, let me know!
Thank you for joining me. I am about to settle in for a night of stamping. I love my crafty Mondays - its good to recharge with a new project! My new favorite is something that just arrived last week - my banners framelets
These banners coordinate perfectly with Perfect Pennants stamp set. I have this set in clear
I love these stamp sets! I am going to be showing you what I make tonight tomorrow. Please check back tomorrow for another card recipe.
What is your 'new' favorite from stampin' up? A new stamp set? Let me know in the comments!
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Hello, thank you for reading today. I want to share with you one of the stamp sets that in my opinion, is very inspirational. The stamp sets that are featured are Perfect Pennants ( Annual Catalog 16) and Petite Petals ( Annual Catalog 125).
This stamp set (pictured below)
has great versatility. It is perfect for guy cards with the Star, Make a Wish and the two background stamps. The star can be used for a military appreciation card. However, I chose to make a very girly card.
Perfect Pennants (AC p 16)
Petite Petals (AC p 125)
All Abloom Paper stack (AC p 185)
Rhinestone Basic Jewels (AC p 209)
Petite Petals Punch (AC 219)
To create the card, cut a whisper white square. 3/4 of the way from the bottom, stamp 'Life doesn't have to be perfect..' sentiment. Using a whisper white sheet, stamp three flowers with the Petite Petals in Strawberry Slush, Pool Party and Coastal Cabana. Punch these out with the coordinating Petite Petals Punch. Adhere Rhinestone Basic Jewels to the center of each flower. Cut a banner out of the All Abloom paper stack.
Assemble the card by adhering the sentiment sheet with snail. Adhere the All Abloom banner with snail to the right corner of the sentiment. Place the petite petals in a cluster of three near the sentiment- I chose the left corner to balance the banner. You can make a coordinating envelope with a few more petite petals stamp and punching a few flowers from the All Abloom DSP stack.
The perfect pennants also has a coordinating product if you have a Big Shot! Banners Framelits (p 231) fit the sentiments perfectly. I only just now bought the framelits (after 5 months of having the set, I know, I'm a slacker :P ) Be sure to check back to see this set with the Banners Framelits!
Thank you for joining me. If you have a Big Shot! you may want to check out the Weekly deals
There are a great many sales on Framelets and embossing folders! The magnetic platform is such a time saver! Have a great day.
Thank you for joining me. I have filmed a new video tonight on how to use the Lotus Blossom stamp set. This stamp set is only available for one more day through sale - a - bration if you want to choose it as your free gift during the big stampin' up! sale. I like this stamp set because of how forgiving the three step process is. As you can see in the video, you can create a quick card very easily and I think that these flowers look very elegant.
Card recipe Paper
Lullaby Designer series paper 133695 10.95 p 187
Bermuda Bay Ink
Early Espresso Accessories
Labels Collection 125598 $26.95 p. 231
You can find these and all sorts of fun papercrafting supplies through my online shop Shop now