Saturday, March 27, 2010
I have been using my Big Shot a great deal lately, I recently used it to punch out an accent for a card from a pop can, look for that post coming up...it's easy to use and not only can you use the dies to punch out accents, boxes and letters but you can use embossing folders to add special dimension to your cards or scrapbook pages. The Big Shot can cut through over 50 different materials including material for those of you that like quilting...
This particular card uses the Lattice die (item # 115958) and the Extra Large Two-Step Bird punch (item # 117191) from the current Occasions Mini Catalog...It was a card I received from our Demo Group meeting in March from Chris Kolly. Check out her blog here!
If you would like to learn more about the Big Shot or would like to host a mini card class for your friends and family please email me or give me a call at 248-391-5978. If you enjoy this post please leave me a comment...Thanks
Friday, March 26, 2010
My dear friend and SU Upline Chris Kolly showed me this card at our monthly demonstrator get together and I just thought it was too stinkin cute....what's Spring in Michigan without the Tulips??? You can check out Chris's blog here.
We will be making this card at my up coming Card Club in April...it uses the Extra Large Two-Step Bird punch (item # 117191) to create these darling tulips...I'm telling you there are so many cute things you can do with this punch. I think it's quickly becoming my very favorite in the long line of great punches that we sell. I hope you enjoy it as well..
If you're interested in starting your own card club or would like to host a mini card class for your friends please give me a call at 248-391-5978. If you enjoy my post please feel free to leave me a comment letting me know what you would like to see in future posts.
Thursday, March 25, 2010
I love roses, as you can tell from my blog name, I think this started from when Dad used to grow the most beautiful roses when I was a kid. When I saw this card on Gretchen Barrons blog I knew I had to try it out. You can check out her blog Here.
This card used the Bride Specialty Paper (item #115669) as the background and Regal rose 5/8 Grosgrain Ribbon (item # 109056) as an accent. These wonderful roses were made using the Extra Large Fancy Flower punch (item # 118073) in the occasions mini catalog. These roses would make a great card accent for a wedding card or gift bag or a wonderful card for your mom or sweetheart.....look for more of these to pop on my blog as I can't wait to make more samples using them. If you would like more information on how to make these roses or to purchase the supplies just email me or call me at 248-391-5978.
Monday, March 22, 2010
Hi,Sale-A-Bration is a great time to sign up to be a demonstrator for Stampin' Up! That's when I signed up over 5 years ago...
Stampin' Up! provides its demonstrators with the opportunity to pursue their individual goals whether those goals are to enjoy a hobby, build a thriving business, or contribute to family income while spending more time at home. Whether you'd like to earn money to pay for your stamping supplies, create a full or part-time career, or simply get a discount on your stamping supplies, Stampin' Up! will help you do it.
Join my team and you'll be able to attend all of my classes or events for free and get all of the support you need to be successful in your goals.
Promotion Dates: January 5-March 31, 2010
During Sale-A-Bration, new recruits will get 15 percent off the price of the Starter Kit (Standard or Digital+), plus, a FREE stamp set (valued up to $47.95) from the current catalogs!
|Starter Kit||Regular Price||Sale-A-Bration Price (15% off)|
|Standard Starter Kit||$199||$169|
|Digital+ Starter Kit||$185||$157|
This starter kit contains approximately $325 worth of Stampin Up products for only $169! That is almost half price! You can pick your own stamp sets, ink and paper too! Hurry, the special is only good til the end of the month. If you would like to join my team, please email me at Pinkroses24@gmail.com or call me at 248-391-5978.
Sunday, March 21, 2010
With Easter being right around the corner I was looking for a quick treat holder that I could make for my Grandson, Niece and Nephews and found a great idea from Connie Babbert a fellow SU Demonstrator.
I did change it up a bit to allow me to use the items I have on hand but I think it turned out really cute. Although I'm sure the kids will like the inside more than the treat holder itself LOL - These went together really quickly and would make a cute treat holder for anyone not just the kids. I mean who doesn't love chocolate !!!
Hope you enjoy it.
Sunday, March 7, 2010
My Upline and Friend Chris Kolly and I made these vinyl tote bags last week and I had to share it with you. I used retired Stampin' Up! designer paper called Georgia Peach (love it), jumbo eyelets and Stampin' Up! 5/8 Grosgrain ribbon in Regal Rose and Old Olive Satin Ribbon to complete this tote for my friend Nancy Crosby.
The color combination's are endless, you could make these for Teens using the Cast-A-Spell designer papers and the Just Jawing set or for a new mom by choosing different colors....I have an aunt that loves going to bingo....I might make her one using the Jackpot designer papers to carry her bingo supplies. It does take a while to put it all together and get all of the eyelets lined up but I sure do like the look of the finished product - Hope you do too.
Saturday, March 6, 2010
My friend Catherine Passmore is hosting a Stamp-A-Stack for me at her church and you're invited to attend. We will be making 5 cards for $10.00 or you can choose to make 10 cards (2 each of the 5 designs) for $20.00. This is a great way to add to your stash of cards for various events.
The SAS will be held on Saturday March 27th from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm at the
Clarkston Free Methodist Church
5482 Winell Street
Clarkston, Mi 48348
Please RSVP and pre-pay by Friday March 19th so that we can ensure your spot to either Catherine Passmore at 248-7093255 or you can use my paypay button on this blog to pay for your class. I have attached a picture of the cards that we will be making for your viewing pleasure. All elements for the projects will be packaged for your convenience and snacks will be provided.....the only thing you will need to bring is your adhesive.
Hope you can come and join the fun with us....