One of the things I especially love about the Wondrous Wreath stamp set and coordinating framelits is that it’s not just for Christmas. You can make a wreath for any season. Here’s a beautiful fall card we made at my clubs last month using this fun bundle.
Today I’d like to share with you another project my club members created last month. This is an altered composition book. It’s a fun smaller size – 5 1/2″ x 8″ and I found them in the dollar bin at Walmart. That’s always nice!
The leaves are stamped with Versamark ink on the Hello Honey card stock and then embossed with Clear Embossing Powder. I love to use touches of gold with this beautiful fall designer paper (Color Me Autumn).
This awesome Fall weather we’re having here is making me love this card even more. It’s one that my club members made last month.
I saw a card like this on Pinterest and fell in love with it. I love the crisp clean look of it.
Hello! I’m so glad you stopped by my blog today. I really can’t believe that we are into November now. And, here in Texas, we are finally having a bit of Fall weather! Hooray! I love fall and now that’s it’s cooling off a bit, we can get into full holiday mode.
This is a card we made last month at my Christmas Card Stamp-a-Stack. It uses the Holiday Home bundle which is so very cute! The little houses all have a coordinating framelits, so no need for fussy cutting. :)
Well, believe it or not, it’s November! What?? Time to get into full holiday mode. While you’re busy doing all of the fun activities this season brings, why not document your memories and create a wonderful keepsake of your holidays this year.
Take a look at this video to see how easily you can do this.
Below you’ll find all the products you need to make this beautiful album. Now is the time to get them and have it ready to go when December begins.
I hope you are having a fantastic day! In honor of Halloween, I’ve got a couple of fun treats to share with you – no tricks! :)
This fun little box is made from two of our Tiny Treat Boxes. I just left the lids open and stuck them together using our Fast Fuse. Added a little Motley Monsters dsp and a cute little ghost from the Fall Fest stamp set and framelits and there ya go! Easy!
And this fun little non-food treat is made using our burlap ribbon and it couldn’t be any easier. Just fold up a piece of burlap ribbon and stick the sides together with Sticky Strip – no sewing involved!
Do you live in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area? Or somewhere close? Then, please join me for this super fun event!
Christmas Stamping Spectacular
- Saturday, November 15
- 10am – 5pm
- La Quinta Inn & Suites, McKinney
- Cost: $75 by October 25 – $85 after
- Registration Deadline: November 3
- Click HERE for more info and to register
Hello! Today I want to share a card made with what is probably my favorite new product from the Holiday Catalog – the Wondrous Wreath bundle. I LOVE this set! The thing that makes me love it most is the awesome coordinating framelits for cutting it out AND the ingenious way it was designed to make it super easy to match up when stamping the different parts of the wreath and cutting it out.
The stamps are designed with a tab at one end so that you know which direction to stamp each layering piece to easily match it up. And, the framelits also have the tab to know which direction to place the framelit to match it up with the stamped image. INGENIOUS!!
Thanks for stopping by today!
Well, as if we didn’t have enough awesome new products in the Holiday Catalog, Stampin’ Up! came up with even more to choose from! Yay! We have a Holiday Supplement that is now available with even more fun holiday products. The products in this supplement are available only while supplies last, so if there’s something in there you love, I wouldn’t wait – get it now! :)
Click on the image to take a look!
Hello! Here’s a cute Christmas card using a new set from the Holiday Catalog called White Christmas. This is a super fun stamp set to play with and the best part about it? It’s photopolymer, which means it is extremely easy to line everything up. I have to admit that the photopolymer stamp sets are now my favorite!
I stamped this in black and then colored in with my Stampin’ Write Markers. I love the one little pop of red on the robin. The blue designer paper in the background is from the All is Calm dsp and the green trees are a strip of washi tape from the All is Calm washi tape set.