Happy Monday morning! I am still overwhelmed by the fun I had on Sunday at my house. I was blessed to host 21 wonderful demonstrators for a Shoebox Swap. It is always so much fun getting together and stamping! Thankfully, Debi grabbed a few pics- here I am concentrating…lol.
We made 21 AWESOME cards I will share over the next couple weeks.
One of my favorite cards was created by Marsha Perry.
She used the Stampin’ Up Spooktacular Bash Bundle- the one with the gorgeous Ornate Frames dies! You do not want to miss out on these Ornate Frames!
I just love this Halloween Bundle!
I love how she colored in the vampire with Stampin’ Blends!
I pulled out my new Stampin’ Up Peaceful Boughs Bundle this weekend.
I had a thought in my head of the Toile Tidings Designer Series Paper but…
I think this pattern was too busy…but here goes it anyway…
I had to post it after I went to the trouble tying that little bow!!!
I love how detailed the pinecones are and how easy they were to die cut.
I think the buffalo check pattern in the Toile Tidings Paper would look better as a background- maybe I will change it.
I have a weakness for snowmen…
my entire Christmas tree is full of JUST snowmen (plus 3 other ornaments that made the cut…)
When I saw SU Demonstrator Conni Richter’s card, I felt like she had read my mind!
I made a video to show you how to easily stamp and punch that cute little snowman:)
Another snowman inside continues the cuteness…
Thanks for buzzing by, friends…Measurements: Card Base: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ scored at 4-1/4″ on the 8-1/2″ side, Basic Black panel outside: 4″ x 5-1/4″, Whisper White panel outside: 3-3/4″ x 5″, Whisper White panel inside: 4″ x 5-1/4″
Super simple but so pretty…just a quick Z-fold showing off the GORGEOUS Feel Like Frost Designer Series Paper.
You could dress this card up with many other embellishments as you may have seen on Pinterest but I was just happy to make this elegant card in about three minutes…score, fold, and two die cuts for the focal point! It is a 4-1/4″ x 11 card base scored at 2-3/4″ and 5-1/2″ and then folded back. The two pieces of DSP are 2-1/2″ x 4″ . I cut the DSP 5″ x 4″ and then into two pieces 2-1/2″ x 4″ so that the pieces are continuous on each 2-3/4″ sections.
Look at how pretty the dies are in the Frosted Frames Die Set:
Even though the foliage border frame has a snowflake on one corner, it could easily be trimmed or covered with additional leaves from the other die. Then that versatile frame becomes an all year around goodie that frames so many images die cut with that stitched fame in the left corner!