Saturday, August 28, 2010
Thursday, August 5, 2010
Aren't they super adorable! These were made using the Elements of Style stamp set. This is another one of my favorites. It's so pretty and vintage, and very versatile. After I made them I decided to make a little matching tote to put them in. You can find that tutorial here.
This would make the perfect little teacher's gift, or Just Because gift for someone.
I hope you enjoyed this little project!
Til next time,
If you would like to order the Elements of Style stamp set please click here.
Saturday, July 24, 2010
I try to bring this across in my cards and paper crafts. Sometimes I get it, and sometimes I don't. I made this card today on a whim, and I just love the whole vintage feel of it. I've seen lots of vintage look cards online, but honestly, there's just too much going on with them. I like a cleaner, simpler look. I think this one illustrates that. This is actually the second one I made.
This is the first one. It didn't have enough going on for me, so I added some designer paper from K&Company, then changed the stamp to something a little more elaborate.
That's the difference a little paper and a different stamp can make. :) I hope you enjoyed this post! Til next time!
(All the above items are available on Etsy.)
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Today's card is made using the medallion stamp (surprise!). I love the vintage look of this paper with the stamp. The flower in the middle is made from the scallop punch with a brad in the middle of it. It's super easy to do. I will post a link to the tutorial later. Youtube seems to be down. And just for the record it's not me doing the video. I will post more on that later.
The paper is (unfortunately) not Stampin Up. I bought this before I became a demonstrator, and honestly I so wish they would come out with some DSP like this because it is gorgeous. It's by K&Company,and I bought it at Hobby Lobby.
I hope I didn't ramble too much today, and I hope you enjoyed this beautiful card!
Til Next Time!
Thursday, July 8, 2010
I used Whisper White card stock as the base, then Rich Razzleberry and Pumpkin Pie. The stamps is the from Vintage Vogue set. The flower is stamped in Melon Mambo. On the edge I used a Martha Stewart Edge punch. Don't you just love it?! I wish I was a better photographer. I've only got a point and shoot, so their not too great right now. Maybe when my Stampin Up! business takes off, I can get a big girl camera.
This is the second one I made.
All the paper is Stampin Up. The base is Melon Mambo. I think the DSP is from retired set called Pink Flamingo. I just love it. The edge is once again punched with a Martha Stewart edge punch.
If you would like to make these yourself, please click here. I really hope you enjoy making it!Thanks for stopping by!
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
I learned how to make the frame from a great Demonstrator Dawn. Click here for instuctions. She uses a butterfly punch in this particular video, but on Stampin Connect she used the bird punch.
I hope you enjoyed today's post!