February 18, 2017
I have been wanting to play around with the Birthday Blast bundle for quite some time…
finally got to do it this week!
I just love the Star Blast framelit die- so fun! I even added a little Party Animal embellishment.
Here’s a look at the inside:
I popped the Star Blast framelit out of a striped pattern box made
with the Layering Squares Framelits and a piece of Party Animal Designer Series Paper on this card. The solid blue stars are the popped out pieces from the die cut.
Thanks for buzzing by, friends…
February 12, 2017
Don’t you just want to reach out and grab one of these frozen confections?
The new In Colors Peekaboo Peach, Flirty Flamingo, and Sweet Sugarplum are so yummy!
I added some cute little enamel dots to accent the colors on the cool treats.
A little something for the inside…
P.S. I used the In Color 2016-18 Enamel Dots, too!
Thanks for stopping by, friends…
February 4, 2017
We had fun at our product classes this weekend using the SU Lift Me Up Bundle:)
This is one of the cards we made using the Sale-a-bration Carried Away Designer Series Paper. You can get this fun patterned paper for FREE with a $50 purchase!!!
A little tutorial:
The first thing you do is die cut the hot air balloon from the patterned navy paper. Don’t forget to save that balloon- take a look at the other side- beautiful Mint Macaron and white clouds make a cute hot air balloon for another fun project- that is why I love the two sided SU Designer Paper!
Now, you are left with a hole where you die cut the balloon from the DSP. Adhere the DSP with the open hole to the Crushed Curry card base. Now you have a big old open yellow space made from the card base against the DSP.
Now, die cut a hot air balloon out of Thick Whisper White Cardstock- love the sturdiness of the thick paper. A must have in my stash:)
Inlay the white hot air balloon inside the open space of the DSP.
So that is how you get a yellow balloon!
A little color for the inside, too!
I am sharing it with LeAnne over at Stamp Ink Paper for her Tic Tac Toe Challenge #84.
Blue, Baker’s Twine, Die Cut.
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February 1, 2017
We all have someone in our life who just loves tie dye, huh?
It is such a cool technique, although a bit messy when we did it at my daughter’s birthday party 15 years ago…now, it’s super easy with the SU Custom Tee Bundle and the Tie Dye Photopolymer stamp set.
I used the Sale-a-bration stamp set called Designer Tee to make a birthday card.
I couldn’t resist the Gorgeous Grunge ink splats since I was tie dying:)
I needed something to complete the sentiment so I added a banner from the Banners for you Bundle! And to finish of the inside…a sentiment from the Number of Years stamp set:)
Look at all the images in this Custom Tee stamp set!!! It truly is “custom!”
Here is the super cool, super easy tie dying stamps.
I have not tried it yet, but I see some wooden textures with a two color scheme with the two rectangle shapes?
Here is the cute FREE Sale-a-bration Designer Tee stamp set available with a $50 order!
I am sharing it with Freshly Made Sketches #273 since it has
the three stacked elements and a banner at the bottom.