Today was Trick-or-Treat for Unicef at the high school where I work. I dressed as a pumpkin, and gave out candy for all the kids who donated to the cause. I love dressing up and having fun, don't you? Now, for the classic question...Does this outfit make me look fat???
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Each month for only $10 you can request a new workshop that you can do in your own home with all the dimensions, photos and step-by-step directions. This month it features the new wide oval punch. Please contact me for more information or to purchase this wonderful template and tool.
Friday, October 24, 2008
Last night I made a quick and gorgeous project that I just had to share with all of you. I used one of the new Decor Elements that Stampin' Up! carries and a piece of Designer Paper (retired) because it matched my room decor so well. I put it into a shadow box frame and added a few dried leaves and gourds and voila...Beauty at a glance! I like it so much that I am sending a photo to Shelli, Stampin' Up!'s co-founder for her blog contest. Wish me luck!
You can visit her blog at http://www.soshelli.com/
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Click on the link http://studio5.ksl.com/?nid=61&sid=4573672 and see Shelli, the CEO of Stampin' Up! demonstrate some great holiday placesettings using the new Big Shot. I know you will enjoy her enthusiasm and her great ideas. BTW, I would love to show you the Big Shot and get you set up with your own Big Shot.
Just drop me a line!
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
This is a fun Designer Circle Bag that I made using of all things...a pot lid for the bag! I used some of the new Designer Paper from the mini catalog and new "In Colors" to make this bag and the 4 little cards that go in the bag. If you would like to have this little treasure, just book a party with me for November or December and it will be yours!
Sunday, October 19, 2008
This week's challenge was to transform some trash into a treasure. Well, I had just the ticket. I used a lotion bottle from a hotel and turned it into a treat for Halloween. I used the stamp set Batty for You along with some punches and the colors I used were...pumpkin pie, always artichoke, basic black and whisper white. I also used some of the new Ghostly Greetings DSP. I hope you enjoy!
I saw this cute Halloween "Boo" banner on http://stampingtoshare.blogspot.com/2008/10/1012-boo-banner.html last week and so I tweaked it and made one for me. I just love the colors and all the fun that goes with Halloween! I used the new Big Shot SU exclusive die cut to make the flags. The colors I used were whisper white, pumpkin pie, lovely lilac and basic black. The paper was some designer papers I found down in my basement. I made the spiders using punches and googlie eyes. I used chipboard letters and numbers from Stampin' Up! of course. I colored the chipboard with my SU markers.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
This is one of the projects we made at our last Technique Class. We used the Kiwi Kiss ink refill in an empty stampin' Up! stamp box and dropped in a few drops of ink, a couple of marbles and voila...a beautiful background. The stamp set is called Happiness Always and it is a level 3 Hostess set that can be earned for FREE win you book a qualifying party with me!
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
Coming up on Saturday, October 25th, I will be hosting a Christmas card stamp-a-stack. We will be making 5 cards and you can choose if you want to make one set or more! The price will be $15 for one set, $30 for 2 sets, etc... Here is just one of the fabulous cards we will be making. Please RSVP to hold your spot!
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
Stampin’ Up! is celebrating their twentieth birthday by giving YOU a 20 percent discount on a selection of birthday stamp sets with a $20 purchase of any Stampin’ Up! products. Birthday stamps are some of the most popular and widely used, so take advantage of this special offer before it ends October 31!
Join the Stampin’ Up! Family for Only $99!
Becoming a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator has never been easier! For a limited time, you can choose one of three different Starter Kits—stamp–focused, scrapbook–focused, or home décor–focused—and each one is only $99 (including business supplies)!Or, choose the standard Starter Kit—featuring $350 of stamping and business supplies for only $199—and get a stamp set of your choice from the new catalog for FREE!
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
This Friday, October 3rd, I am hosting a World Card Making Day event and we are making Christmas Cards. We will be making 10 cards, 2 each of 5 designs for $30. If you bring a friend you will save yourself $5! Please bring your own adhesive and be ready to make some beautiful cards. This is an example of a card we made a couple of years ago. This year's cards promise to be just as beautiful.
This card was made with the tried and true "Lovely as a Tree" set. This has got to be one of the most versatile sets ever. We will also be using this set for one of our cards this time! RSVP by email or phone 678-910-9891.