Saturday, 30 April 2011
Here is a card made with the new Sail Away stamp from the Summer Mini Catalogue. The things in the catalogue will be available to order May 1 and that's tomorrow. You'll love this mini catalogue. There are many awesome things for everyone to chose from. I love the stamp set The Open Sea! I'm sure you'll love it too. I can't wait to make projects with this set!
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Wednesday, 27 April 2011
I finally got my Fun Flowers Bigz L Die after a month. It was back order. I guess SU! didn't expect this die to be so popular. Love this die! The shape with the sentiment on it is the Top Note Die. I die cut the paper with the Top Note Die and then flip the paper around so that the long end is on the short end of the die and ran it through the Big Shot machine again.
Thank you for stopping by to visit my blog today! I really do appreciate it.
Tuesday, 26 April 2011
Can you guess how I got the pink card stock shape for the sentiment? I used the pillow box die for the look. Somehow my die is different from the one in the catalogue. The two side inside flaps from my die are just 1/4" wide but the one in the catalogue are the full ones. hmm...I wonder why is that? Might have to call SU! about that.
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Friday, 22 April 2011
Thank you for stopping by! Have a wonderful long weekend!
Wednesday, 20 April 2011
Onto the giveaway. Here are the 2 winners to the FREE PASSES to the Summer Edition 2011 Of Inkspirations 4U. I got my youngest to pick the names so you ladies can thank her for that.
Drum roll please...ta ta ta ta!
Enjoy your time with your little one...thanks for a chance to win.
ANDAmy Papale said...
Thank you for a chance at a wonderful opportunity. Enjoy your precious time with you little one, how special! By the way, I love the ribbon flower tutorial, thanks!
Please email me your full name and email address.
This Summer Edition online class will launch May 10 and you'll receive an invitation via email to join in on the fun.
Congrats again ladies! This is going to be a fun, fun time. I can't wait until May that features my project.
Tuesday, 19 April 2011
I need lots of wedding cards this coming season. Lots of people I know are getting marry. So I made a few wedding cards last week. I made other different ones for friends who need wedding cards too.
stamp- Occasional Quotes
papers- whisper white, vellum, Springtime Vintage
ink- chocolate chip
Access.- satin ribbon, brad, 2-3/8" scallop circle punch, 1-3/4" circle punch, vintage wall embossing folder, sponge
Sunday, 10 April 2011
I'm so excited! I'll be a guest designer over at Summer Edition 2011 of INKspirations 4U! .
So as a guest designer I get to give away 2 FREE passes to their online classes. Please leave a comment here for a chance to win one of the 2 passes. I'll pick 2 winners on April 20th.
Saturday, 9 April 2011
Please email me at email@example.com and I'll send you the Easter Blossoms Tutorial to you.
Thank you all for yours comments and entering into the blog candy. I really enjoyed reading them all. I appreciate each and everyone of you for visiting my blog.
Thursday, 7 April 2011
Here is a tutorial I promised to make. I guess most of you are visual type just like me. I know words just doesn't describe most things. Especially when it comes to paper crafting. So here it is.
Close up of the finished flowers.
You'll need matching colour 1/4" grosgrain ribbon, a 1-1/4" circle of So Saffron card stock (use a bigger circle if you want a bigger flower and if you are using a wider ribbon) and Sticky Strip or Sticky Sheet. Stampin'Up!'s Sticky Strip or Sticky Sheet works best with ribbon.
Cover the 1-1/4" circle with Sticky Strip or Sticky Sheet.
Remove the plastic of the Sticky Strip and stick the end of the ribbon in the middle of the circle. I leave my ribbon on the spool so I wont waste any ribbon. I hate wasting things so therefore I keep the left overs and now I have many, many scraps all over the place. That's kind of annoying too. Anyway, back to the tutorial.
Twist the ribbon (my youngest helped me hold the circle while I take a picture, you need two hands to do this ribbon flower).
Twist and wind the ribbon at the same time around the circle and pushing the ribbon down as you go to make sure the ribbon stick to the circle.
Here is more ribbon on the circle.
All covered up circle.
Snip the ribbon off.
Bring the ribbon end to the back and stick it down with a Sticky Strip.
Here is the finished flowers on a card. The bigger flower I used 1-3/4" circle and 5/8" grosgrain ribbon and the small flower I used 1-1/4" circle and 1/4" grosgrain ribbon.
Hope you enjoyed the tutorial. I'm going to link this card to So Shelli-blog Shelli Gardner CEO of Stampin'Up! April challenge.
Have a wonderful day and thank you for stopping by!
Tuesday, 5 April 2011
I finally tried to make this style of ribbon flower. What do you think? Very simple to make. I punch a round circle piece of card stock and add sticky strip to it. Next, use a seam binding ribbon, start in the middle, twisted it and wind it around the circle card stock. Keep the ribbon on the spool to get the length you need. If you cut it then it might be too short or too long. You don't want to waste ribbon if you don't need to. If you want to me to make a tutorial just let me know.
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Monday, 4 April 2011
Anyway, enough about my weekend. Here is another masculine card for ya. Very simple and nice at the same time.
I also want to thank Michelle D over at Upsy Daisy for the Versatile Blogger Award.
Well, gotta run and create more cards. Have a wonderful day!
Sunday, 3 April 2011
Ok. on to the blog candy. I'm giving away the Easter Blossom Tutorial to 1 winner. Simply leave a comment here telling me how long you've been reading my blog (not mandatory) or just leave a comment. I'll pick a winner on Saturday, April 9.
Kimberly S. said...
Congrats on 100K hits!! That's awesome!! I would love to see more 3D projects and masculine cards!! Thanks for the chance to win some candy!
Thank you everyone for playing along and all the feed back for my question. It really means a lot to me that you all took the time to leave a comment. I'll keep doing what I'm doing right now and I'll make more masculine and kiddie cards. Those 2 are my weakest in creating but it is nice to make more more often.