Today's video is just a quick tip to show you how to create a belly band for your card using the So Detailed Thinlits Dies. You want to check back next Tuesday, when I release my Creative Fold Video for the week. This Belly Band will be used on that card.
Today's video is an Emboss Resist Technique with the So Very Much Stamp Set and the 3/8" Metallic Ribbon. Both these items are free through March 31, or while supplies last, during our Sale-a-Bration Promotion.
So love Sale-a-Bration Promotion each year as every one comes out a winner.
We have happy shoppers, because for every $50 you spend (before tax and shipping), you get a FREE Sale-A-Bration product, like the two I use in the video. That means it’s the perfect time to purchase those products you’ve had your eye on while earning more products for free.
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Here is another sample using the same technique just with different accessories.
Now checkout the video to see how each you can great these beautiful thank you cards.
The new Double Take Stamp Set is a photopolymer stamp set which has 11 stamps in the set. It has a different look then what we are use to. It gives us a three dimensional look with a two-step stamping flair.
Check out the training video from Stampin' Up! with the cool features for this set.
Are you registered for My Mystery Hostess Event that will be help on January 7th at the Jefferson Community Center? You only have until this Friday the 30th to RSVP and get a ticket for a chance to win the hostess benefits from this event.
Live a distance from Jefferson, let me tell you it is worth the drive. Starting at one you will have the opportunity to make four make-n-takes free, my thank you to my customers. There will be food and fellowship with other stampers. But the big feature of this event will be at 3 p.m. when we give away all the hostess benefits from this event.
Would like to have some more chances to win? Check out these options to earn even more tickets:
Bring a small food or beverage to share-1 ticket
Bring a hand stamped card, using Stampin’ Up! Products for a card exchange-1 ticket
Bring your own adhesive-1 ticket
Bring a new Stamping Friend-1 ticket
Purchase $50 in product-4 tickets
Book a Workshop During Sale-a-Bration-4 tickets
Become a member of a Club-4 Tickets
Join My Stamp Family---10 Tickets
Check back tomorrow as I share the four make-n-takes that will be featured at this event.
Check out this fun new Bundle called Lift Me Up. It has 16 rubber stamps featuring Hot Air Balloons and fun uplifting saying to the stamp set with matching Thinlit Dies. The Thinlit Dies are called Up & Down, but of course you save 10% in you buy the stamp set and thinlit dies together in a bundle.
Check out the video and then one of the many samples I have made from the bundle.
Some of the dies for the Hot Air Balloons are detailed, so Stampin' Up! is recommending the use of the Precision Base to help cut out these thinlits. Some of the other dies are not detailed but our smaller so they are recommending the Magnetic Platform for these thinlits. Make sure you have these products to help you when you are cutting these dies out. Love this bundle with the Sunburst Thinlit. I love the look of this card. Makes me think of Jodie's and my adventure in the Hot Air Balloon last April during my Million Dollar Incentive Trip. Some fond memories.
EXCITED TO SHARE the News about our Online Extravaganza Event. This is a huge sale Online, but I know many of you don't to shop Online well just shoot me an e-mail email@example.com or give me a call 440-576-7130 and I will be happy to land these amazing deals for you come Monday the 21st. There will be first and last day 24-hour specials that will only be available for 24 hours or while supplies last so STAY TUNE
OMG you have to watch today's video on how I made this adorable Snow Shaker Card. I was inspired by a card I seen Tami White do, that she had CASED (Copy And Share Everything) from someone else. She added her twist to the card. So I had to add my twist.
Isn't that what stamping is all about? Being inspired by something, someone else's card, or a picture in a magazine and then you put your twist on it or your color and it becomes your new idea. What has inspired you on a project?
My twist is this adorable Shaker Jar of Snow with snow in it. I so love that Stampin' Up! now carries the foam adhesive strips to make shaker cards a snap. I got the snow at a Dollar Store and it is a huge bag to make lots of Shaker Cards.
In the video, I share how to make the cut out for the shaker with the small jar. The framelit set Everyday Jars only has a cut out for the center of the large jar. I used the small jar. So I show you how you can use the large framelit to create the smaller opening in the smaller jar.
I also share how to emboss with just part of your embossing folder, like I did with the Softly Falling Embossing Folder to make it look like the snow is coming out of the jar. Adorable, right?
In today's Video, I am going to show you a beautiful card using the Merriest Wishes Bundle. When you first look at this bundle, all you think is tags. But in the next several videos, I will be showing you beautiful cards done with this set. Today's card is so stunning in person.
The base card is 5 1/2" x 11". The Real Red Card Stock measures 4" x 5 1/4" and the Whisper White Piece that I ran through the Pine Bough Folder and stamped with the Emerald Envy Ink measures 3 3/4" x 5".
Today's video just shows another fun way to use Stampin' Up! Designer Series Paper. Designer Series Paper really makes card making so easy. And with all the coordinating colors there is nothing to think about.
Did you notice that Stampin' Up! has added Card Stock Packs for each of the Designer Series Paper? That way you have the right colors to match the DesignerSeries Paper. So don't forget to purchase the coordinating packs of card stock when you purchase your designer series paper.
On today's card I used the Festive Embossing Folder, the Layering Circle Framelits and the In Color Enamel Shapes. Have you given these Enamel Shapes a try yet? They are the perfect embellishment because they don't add weight or bulk to your card.
Here are the measurements for today's card:
5 1/2" x 8 1/2" Mint Macron Card Stock
4" x 5 1/4" Whisper White Card Stock
2 1/4" x 3 3/4" Island Indigo Card Stock
2 1/4" x 4 1/2" Island Indigo Card Stock
2 1/4" x 5 1/4" Island Indigo Card Stock
2" x 3 1/2" Blooms & Bliss Designer Series Paper
2 1/2" x 4 3/4" Blooms and Bliss Designer Series Paper
2 1/2" x 5 1/4" Blooms & Bliss Designer Series Paper
Are you like me and find it hard to use Designer Series Paper? You know you only have a few sheets, and both sides are so pretty. Well first with Stampin' Up!'s Designer Series Paper Sale going on it is the perfect time to stock up.
In today's video I am going to show you how to use your Designer Series Paper with open image stamps. It makes the perfect way to add color to these images with no coloring. My kind of card.
The Designer Series Paper used on this card is from the beautiful Blooms and Bliss Designer Series Paper that is on sale through the end of the month.
You are going to love today's video that has this amazing WOW tip for gluing your thinlits or framelits. I have shared in the past the tip with using press-n-seal to glue these fine thinlits and framelits. If you miss that video you can watch here.
Well today's video tip is so much easier. I mean WOW. A shout out to Linda Heller for sharing this tip with me. It is one of those light bulb moments when you think why haven't I been doing this all along.
SO watch the video and then tell me what you think. I am sure you will be so surprised how easy it will now be to glue thinlit or framelits to your project.