This class on the go includes Snow Festival tags, 20 Note Cards & envelopes, and the stamp set Greetings of the Season (set of 4 holiday greetings) You can choose clear mount or wood mount. All you need to complete these cards are ink and adhesive. Complete them as shown or add your own embellishments to make them your own creative cards.
We’ll be making these cute little milk carton birdhouses at my next stamp camp on St. Patty’s day. If you’re in the Sno-King county area, I’d love for you to come!
There are many tutorials out there, here’s the one I most closely used by Chic’nScratch.
Paper: Soft Suede, Old Olive, Bashful Blue
Ink: Soft Suede, Bashful Blue, Early Espresso
Accessories: Bird Punch, Scallop Edge punch, Flower Brads, sponge, Milk Carton die, big shot
I love pinterest! If you haven’t heard of it yet, then I think you may have been living under a rock because it seems to be ever so popular now. I found this awesome idea to make a mini scrapbook tin after my mom told me she had saved a bunch of empty Altoids tins if I wanted to use them in a class. So I took one home, and since it was already red and I didn’t want to paint it, I used the coordinating Timeless Portrait DSP to decorate it. This has got to be my favorite DSP and I also love that there is coordinating fabric. I’ve pulled out my sewing machine a couple times because of the designer fabric that Stampin’ Up sells. I’ve got lots of ideas on stock, or should I say “pinned” because of Pinterest. Here’s the tutorial I found for the mini scrapbook tin: Altered Altoid Tin Album by Sarah Willis
Stamps: Mixed Bunch, Word Play, Best Friends Forever, Triple Treat Flower, Precious Butterflies (hostess), Creative Elements, Kindness Matters, Four Frames, Fabulous Phrases,
Paper: Very Vanilla, Timeless Portrait DSP, Newsprint DSP, CS Vellum
Ink: Basic Black, Cherry Cobbler, Island Indigo, River rock
Accessories: Basic Pearls, Blossom Punch, 5-petal Flower punch, Fancy Flower punch, 1/2″ circle punch, 3/4″ circle punch, Beautiful Wings embosslit, Beautiful Butterflies Bigz die, Neutral Glimmer Brads, mini silver brads, decorative label punch, Cherry Cobbler polkadot ribbon, basic black 1/8″ taffeta ribbon, tag corner punch, crop-a-dile, 1/8″ circle punch, Fresh Vintage brads.
I got this fabulous idea from fellow demonstrators who saw it demonstrated at Leadership/Regionals this past January, and one lovely demonstrator posted a super helpful video on how to create this cute little Tea & Cookie (in my case candy) holder. Here’s the link to the video: Stampin’ with Nicki
Stamps: Easy Events
Paper: Cheerful Treat DSP, Melon Mambo
Ink: Wild Wasabi, Melon Mambo
Accessories: Melon Mambo polka dot ribbon (retired), SAB Stickers (retired)
At convention this year there was an addition of some extra classes we had the option to take. I squeezed in on the registration for this class right before it filled and though there wasn’t nearly enough time to do the project that night, I’ve finally (after 2-3 hours per night this week) have finished it! There are lots of distressing techniques and extra details that I usually don’t add to my projects but I think they definitely make a difference! The class was called Every Last Detail, and this is the photo tray we decorated.
Stamps: Best of Everything, Borderlines, Full of Life
Paper: Pool Party, Daffodil Delight, Lucky Limeade, Calypso Coral, Very Vanilla, Soft Suede; Patterns DSP: Pool Party, Lucky Limeade, Calypso Coral, Wood Sheets
Ink: Wisteria Wonder, Soft Suede, Lucky Limeade, Calypso Coral, Pool Party, Tea Stain Distressing ink, Frost White Shimmer Paint, White Craft ink
Accessories: Silver Glass Glitter, Distressing Essentials Kit, Crimper, Silver Brad, White Bakers Twine, Tombow Adhesive, Dimensionals, Petite Details On Board pieces, 3-step floral punch, heart punch, mini punch pack, bird punch, rhinestone basics, sponges, petite pennants punch, paper daisies, ribbon border punch, ruffled ribbon: lucky limeade, calypso coral, pool party.
Sorry for the blurry picture(s) but hope you get the idea!
Here’s another of my button bracelet color combinations. Its the 2nd bracelet I’ve made. I’m looking forward to making many more, they’ll make wonderful gifts 🙂 I used the Simply Adorned charm bracelet and Brights Designer buttons in Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive and Tempting turquoise. It created a great gemstone color combo so I called it “jewel”.
To anyone interested, I have this bracelet for sale in my Artfire store and can make them in other colors as well. Just contact me if you are interested in another color combination!