Saturday, October 31, 2009
Before it's over, I wanted to share this quick and easy treat box. The box is from the Stampin' Up Build-A-Brad and the face is from the Stampin Up stamp set Autumn Harvest. Cut orange strips (good for scraps) 1" x 3 1/4", stamp and wrap Hershey Nuggets! YUM! Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
Friday, October 30, 2009
With Halloween season upon us and LOTS of candy around, Late Night Stampers challenged members to make something inspired by your favorite candy using all current Stampin' Up products. These are my three entries. It was such fun and LOTS of 'munching'. Well any excuse to eat CHOCOLATE! Right? Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
Thursday, October 29, 2009
I made this THANKFUL fold out to use at Thanksgiving. I really love the new Stampin' Up Autumn Splendor stamp set. (Mini-catalog Page 12 - $20.95) The back drop was cute from 12x12 Stampin' Up Chocolate Chip 4" and scored at 4" inches then glued together to form the long strip. I cut the scalloped squares from the exclusive Stampin' Up Scallop Square Die (Pg. 199 - $21.95)in different colors of cardstock including More Mustard, Pumpkin Pie, Summer Sun, Old Olive & Ruby Red. Don't you just love the great Stampin' Up fall colors? This would actually make a great gift too. Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Using the Stampin' Up Big Shot Pop Up Look Here die on Page 201 (Item# 115966 - $42.95) you can make all kinds of gift card holders. Sunday we'll be making these for Christmas or any occasion you'd like! Great gift for anyone, anytime – not just for Christmas! It looks really complicated but this Stampin' Up exclusive die is really quit quick and easy! Makes a beautiful card and fun to make. Stamp a matching envelope and you're set to go! NOTE: There are only three more spots left on my 50/50 board before the big $50. Drawing. (If you would like your name on this board, place a $50 or more (net order). For every $50 (net Stampin' Up merchandise) you spend, you will be entered for a chance to win a $50 gift certificate. OnLine orders also go on the board! WOW just received an ONLINE order so... two spots left! This week’s Deals – The final deals of the week are from October 26, 10 AM (MT) through October 31, 11:50 PM (MT). Item Page Description Regular Price Special Price 116214 174 Princess Party Kit $15.95 $9.99 116213 175 Pirate Party Kit $15.95 $9.99 Remember you can take advantage of this last DEAL of the WEEK online as well. Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
Monday, October 26, 2009
These little boxes are easy to assemble and are in the holiday mini catalog (Pg. 33 - 116796 - $4.95) and you get TWO! 4 x 4 x 1 1/2 The Calendar kit (page 14) fits perfectly and makes a great gift BUT other things fit in it! There is a nice surprise in this one and one lucky customer will win this when we have our 50/50 drawing (2nd prize). Quick and easy gift box with a pretty bow and handmade tag makes a great gift anyone would be happy to receive and anyone to give! Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Another PUNCH ornament! Just a quick post to show you - punch 8 or 10 ornament punches from any designer paper and fold in 1/2, glue together and VOILA' an ornament for your tree. Easy for kids to do. Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
I am so excited. I joined Ustamp with Dawn and friends and she has so many neat ideas (with instructions). By the way, Dawn Rapsas was the Stampin' Up #1 demo in the US this year! Here is the first project I completed and I love it. It is a Christmas planner and has pages for Wish Lists, Shopping Lists, Calendars for November and December planning. The Christmas Card list actually comes out for your convenience and you can add people, etc. I made the calendar double so you could lift it up and add notes. I made this from Christmas paper from the Christmas Scrappin' Kit and Merry Moments Designer paper. It fits right in your purse (5.5 x 4 1/4) Yes, it's card size. This planner would be ideal for gift giving and for OTHER occasions such as a birthday, Sweet sixteen party, or whenever! I have a craft show November 7 and one November 5 and I have been really busy making things for these. Today is our monthly Stamp A Stack. Everyone is trying to prepare for the Christmas card giving season! Staying inky! Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
Saturday, October 24, 2009
This one is for Gretchen Barron's challenge. I just love her work and there are so many challenges out there! Check it out! This cute little card was made with the Cold & Cuddly Stamp Set in the Holiday Mini-Catalog. I just love those little characters especially floating on an iceberg! (Item #116523 - $27.95). The card is accented with the SU snowflake punch and the little guys touch of red heart. Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
Friday, October 23, 2009
While at work the other day I spotted the plastic containers that computer chips come in and it is just PERFECT for a shaker card. So I made this card using Crazy for Cupcakes and put the little candies (for looks - not to eat) inside. I have not made a shaker card in over 5 or 6 years so this is basically a first. This proves another man's trash is another man's treasure! Keep your eye out for those 'throw-aways' they might be important! LOL I also used the circle scissors to cut the exact hole for the dome! Did it again... so no more posts for today. Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
Thursday, October 22, 2009
If you haven't discovered Becky Roberts blog, check it out. She has some great tutorials and I found these cool Halloween boxes. The pumpkin can be used for Thanksgiving place cards w/ a treat or Halloween. I just love them. I used the Square Scallop Big Shot Die cut for the black Halloween box w/ the Black/White Designer Paper. The pumpkin treat box was made using the wide oval Stampin' Up punch. I used the Autumn Harvest Stamp set on both projects. Hope you like them as much as I did. Oops... I hit ENTER and not TAB so this was published without the pictures! Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
This card was totally cased from the Oct./Nov. Technique Junkies newsletter. It is called the Sepia Technique and I don't think the card could have been improved. It is gorgeous and quite easy to make. If you haven't checked out the Technique Junkies newsletter, go to the site and you can order all the cd's from past newsletters as well as join the group. Enjoy! This card utilizes Mellow Moss, Kraft Cardstock & Soft Suede and the Autumn Harvest stamp set. Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Late Night Stampers Boot Camp's assignment is to make Thank You cards to give to people you come in contact with, customers, waitress, bus driver etc. So I thought why not make them in a really cute container to carry with you. This was made using the Stampin' Up Flower Folds Die (Pg. 201 - 115970 - $42.95) and Cottage Wall Designer Paper (Pg. 160 - 115671 - $9.95) along with Rich Razzleberry Cardstock & Orchid Opulence. I just love this paper. They are simple and quick to make. Also makes a great gift! Until next post! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
Monday, October 19, 2009
I actually started this as Mary Jo's Lunchtime Challenge and it ended up Late Night Stampers Color Challenge so I just combined them. Used Ruby Red, Old Olive & Really Rust with Autumn Harvest Stamp Set. Thanks for stopping by! Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
This is a cute little mouse either punched in browns or grays is so cute for an addition to any occasion card! I had fun making him out of our (Stampin' Up's) circle punches. Too cute! Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
My Sunday Stampin' Club hostess, Lisa bought this beautiful cake for us to celebrate my birthday yesterday! Thank you, Lisa. What a great surprise although its time to stop having birthdays for me!!! LOL... We all enjoyed the cake and had a good time stampin'. Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
Sunday, October 18, 2009
This card was totally cased from PJ Browne! And as she stated 'the tradition goes on!' I used Really Rust for the background and the pumpkin is Pumpkin Pie made with the SU Wide Oval Punch. Green paper is Garden Green on a Basic Black Background. I used Autumn Harvest Stamp Set and the 'weeds' are from Pocket Silhouettes. Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
Saturday, October 17, 2009
Using the Cast-A-Spell Designer Paper, I made this Halloween card which was NOT even in my mind when I started! Everything just evolved and it turned out a lot different than it started out. The Cast-A-Spell DSP is now available on a download for My Digital Studio. I had to add the little punchie spider 'cause I got ink in the corner! Oops! There are seven new downloads available at Stampin' Up for My Digital Studio. Check it out! The stamp set is available in the Mini-Catalog (Pg. 10 - 116497 - Twick or Tweet - $18.95). Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
Friday, October 16, 2009
Here are some punchies I just wanted to share with you. We made the frog & owl in our Punchie People Class last night. Punches are so much fun and the possiblities are endless. I did not keep up with the original creators in order to give credit for these cuties but 'thank you'. All materials are Stampin' Up. Thanks for stopping by so go get 'inky'! Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'
I made this cute little witch fashioned after all the Halloween cards that started last year on the internet! I used Almost Amethyst for the face and the Top Note Die for the base. She holds 3 little candy bars OR a cello bag full of treats! Until next time! Happy Stampin' & Scrappin'