Happiest of Fridays, friends! I am excited to share with you my shoebox swap from our recent demonstrator meeting using the flip flap technique. I love a fun fold and once you adhere the front pieces it is hard to not play with it! I paired the Perfectly Plaid stamp set (page 14 of the Holiday Catalog) and the Stitched Rectangle Dies (page 196 of the Annual Catalog).
Happy Wacky Wednesday, friends! This super simple but gorgeous card was created by Suzy Halford for our recent demonstrator meeting. She used the Snow Front stamp set found on page 45 of the Holiday Catalog.
Happy Hump day friends, we are half way to the weekend! Let’s get down to business with today’s totally adorable card that was created by Rosemarie Diehl from last month’s demonstrator meeting. She used the Merry Moose bundle found on page 27 of the Holiday Catalog.
Hello, hello! How was your weekend?! We had a blast celebrating our anniversary and spent the day just north of us in Ventura by the water. Let’s get down to business with today’s super adorable card was created by Robin Castagnola from demonstrator meeting that was held last month. She used the Itty Bitty Christmas stamp set found on page 16 of the Holiday Catalog.
Happy Hump day friends, we are half way to the weekend! This gorgeous card was created by Whitney Watkins for our demonstrator meeting that was held last month.
Hey friends, and happy Monday! This beautiful card was created by Sheila Penaranda using the Still Scenes Stamp Set from the Holiday Catalog found on page 43 for our recent demonstrator meeting.
Happy Hump day friends, we are half way to the weekend! At our last demonstrator’s meeting, Whitney Watkins demonstrated Patty Bennett’s pop-up card. This card is so much fun and really looks like a present! Patty has a video and tutorial on her blog that was posted on July 24, 2019, go check it out!
Happiest of Fridays, friends! Let’s get down to business with today’s fun door prize that I received at our recent demonstrator meeting. This festive box was created by Whitney Watkins. She used products from the Wrapped in Plaid Suite found on pages 12-14 of the Holiday Catalog.
Happy Hump day friends, we are half way through the week! I wanted to share with you a fun project that is not stamping related, shocking I know, right?! I saw these on Pinterest and they were so much fun and super quick too. Well do you need to wait for the glue/Epsom Salt to completely dry. The only thing Stampin’ Up! on these candle holders were the rope twine.
I made several and lined them up down the center of my dining room table for Christmas dinner. Everyone loved them and I even sent several home with my SIL.
Welcome back to a new week, friends, I hope your weekend was grand! I wanted to share with you some tags that I made for our Christmas stockings this year. I used the Make a Difference stamp set and Endless Wishes (a retired stamp set).
I love how they turned out and it was so easy to line up the letters…piece of cake!
My stocking stand is new this year! I had a friend’s husband make it for me as he has all the tools that were needed!