Hello my Friends! I decided to make a Winter Birthday Card. I used the Die Hard dies and the items from the monthly kit from The Stamps of Life.
I used the dies and cut out the images from the printed paper that was in the kit. So easy and fun to make. I used some of the paper to line the outside of the envelope.
For the inside, I used some of the printed paper and ribbon to coordinate with the front of the card. Hope you enjoyed today's project. Can't wait to see December's Kit of the Month! Take some time to create everyday and enjoy your favorite drink.
I created this card using the supplies from the Stamps of Life kit of the month.
The kit comes with every you need to create this card and more. You can actually create up to 12 cards with the supplies in the kit.
I will be making more cards using this kit and different sentiments. This kits coordinates with the Die Hard Club. So I will create some birthday cards using both the monthly Die Hard dies and the November Kit.
Hope you enjoyed this little card and like always don't forget you Coffee!
Merry Christmas is on it's way! Hello my Friends! I decided to make this cute little card using the Free stamp set I received from the Stamps of Life when I joined the Die Hard Club. I love the ease of creating simple and cute cards with the stamps from The Stamps of Life.
I decorated the envelope with the Merry Mailer from Taylored Expressions stamp set. Taylored Expressions is another company that makes it so easy to create cute cards fast and easy.
For the inside of the card, I used the sentiment from The Stamps of Life set.
Hope you enjoyed today's card. This is a very busy time of the year that's why I love creating easy and fast cards. So make a list of all the special people in your life and start creating your simple cards. Have a great day and don't forget your coffee!
Card Base :8x 4 1/4, fold in half
1st Layer: 5 1/8 x 3 7/8
2nd Layer: 3 3/4 x 1 1/2
Real Red Card Stock: 3 x 4 1/8
White Card Stock: 4 x 2 7/8
Inside of Card:
White Card Stock: 5 3/8 x 3 7/8
Patterned Paper: 3 7/8 x 1 1/2
Hello my Friends! Winter time is here so I decided to create this cute little card for a winter hello. I used the penguin2stamp set and matching dies from The Stamps of Life by Stephanie Barnard.
I used a piece of scrap patterned paper for the top of the card and a piece of glitter paper for the bottom part of the card.
I love the sentiments on this stamp set! You can use this set to create a Winter Birthday Card, a Christmas card or just a friendship card. Hope you enjoyed this little project and like always, don't forget your coffee!
Here are the measurements:
Card Base: 11 x 4 1/4
Patterned Paper: 4 1/4 x 4
Glitter Paper: 4 x 4
penguin2stamp from The Stamps of Life
Card Stock, Seaside Spray from from Stampin' Up
Glitter Paper from Stampin Up
Ink: Seaside Spray from Stampin UP
Snow Slope Dies (Die-namics) from My Favorite Things
I love to give gift boxes to my family during Christmas. I always include hot chocolate! I got this idea from Dawn Griffith a Stampin' Up Demonstrator. You can check out her video on you tube.
I took out my Designer Series Paper from last year and old stamp sets. I also used twine and ribbon that I have stashed away. This is a good way to use up material. I made a total of 6 pouches.
I need to make a few more.
Here's the how to:
Card Stock: Real Red, 10 3/4 x 4 1/4
Designer Series Paper: 2 x 3 1/2, 2 1/2 x 3 1/2
Score @ 3 1/4 - 7"
Stampin' Up Products used:
Real Red Card Stock: #102482
Cup of Cheer Dies: #151150
Cup of Cheer Stamp Set: #150491
Reversible Ribbon: #149496
Whisper White Card Stock: #100730
Ink: Shaded Spruce: #147088
1. Cut and score card stock. Using tear and tape, add to one end.
2. Punch hole through both sides of holder. Insert ribbon through both side inserting chocolate package.
3. Cut out Designer Series Paper and adhere holder. Stamp sentiment and die cut circle and scallop. Adhere to holder.
5. Die cut cups using the Cup of Cheer die cuts from Stampin' Up. Die cut embellishment. (optional). You can decorate however you like using materials you have on hand.
Hope you like this cute little holder! Thank you for stopping by. Have a great day!
Hello my Friends! It's that time of the year for gift card holders. My niece and nephew are at that age where you don't know what to buy them. So I decided this year they will be getting gift cards.
I love the gift card die set from Stamps of Life!
The die set comes with 11 different pieces. Check out the Birthday one. The Top is shaped like a party hat. So Cute. The sentiment is from Taylored Expression. The Designer Series Paper is from Stampin' Up.
I used all Stamps of Life products on this card. Check out the video to see all the amazing things you can create with this set. Like always, have a great day and don't forget your coffee!
Love the color of the leafs and the fresh fall weather. It's time to start planning my Thanksgiving table setting. I got this box idea from Sam Hammond Donald of Pootles.com. She's an Independent Stampin' Up Demonstrator from the UK.
The best part of this box is you can make it ahead of time and fill it up later.
Let's get started:
2x2x2 Cube Fold Flat Favor Box
Here’s the dimensions.
8.25 x 7″
Score along on the long side at 2, 4, 6, 8
Score on the short side at 1/2, 2-1.2, 4-1/2, 6-1/2
Designer Paper: 6 pieces 1-3/4 x 1-3/4
Crashed Curry Card Stock from Stampin' Up
Stamp Set: Gather Together (#150589) Stampin' Up
Designer Series Paper from the Holiday Catalog Stampin' Up
1. Cut and score card stock. Cut away areas according to image.
2. Wedge taps and corner round taps according to image. Add liquid glue to small end of tab. Fold over and glue together.
3. Adhere designer paper to box. Punch or die cut 2" circle. Stamp sentiment. Die cut leaf and adhere to box. You can add rhinestones. Fill box with treat of your choice and tie ribbon around your cute little box.
I am making 16, one for each guest.
You can make them ahead of time and fill them up later. Have a nice day and don't forget your coffee!
Hello my Friends!
Just got back from San Antonio, Texas. We attended my husband's nephew's wedding. It was a lovely ceremony! Had some much fun spending time with family. It's been a long time since I have seen my husband's family and I had a lot of catching up to do.
Just a little note to let you know I no longer am a Stampin' Up Demonstrator. I will be creating cards and projects from different company's, including Stampin' Up. My husband is retired and we plan on doing more traveling. I also want to focus on my health.
It has arrived! Good Morning my Friends! I received my October Paper Pumpkin on Saturday and couldn't wait to make my cards. Here are all the cards I made.
You can't see the glitter on the white trees. But it is so pretty. The paper has a glitter shine to it.
You can make up to ten cards. All cards come with a silvered lined envelope.
I always like to make an alternative card with my Paper Pumpkin kits. I just cut out the image using the Rectangle Dies. I also cut out a piece of Whisper White card stock with the Rectangle Dies. I matched it up with the plaid Christmas Designer Series Paper, and added some rhinestones.
I have all my Christmas cards ready to go. November Paper Pumpkin is all about the Christmas Tags. Don't miss out, sign up by November 10th. I love to make all my tags for Christmas it makes your gift special to the person that will be receiving it. Have a great day and don't forget to take time to create!
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Hey everybody! I want to show you this super cute wishing you well card. I made this card for the Challenge of the Week! I am always saying you can use your Fall and Halloween stamps to make all occasions cards- even Wishing You Well Cards!
This weeks Challenge of the Week were the colors: Bermuda Bay, Grapefruit Grove and Early Espresso.
I used the Buffalo Check Background stamp to add a little texture to the card. I used a blender pen to add a little color to the pumpkins and the pumpkin stems. The Holiday Rhinestone Basic Jewels add a little sparkle to the card.
Wishing you Well Card | Supply List
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Here's the How To:
8 1/2 x 4 1/4, Early Espresso Card Stock
1. Whisper White Card Stock, 4 1/8 x 5 3/8, adhere to card base.
2. 4 x 1 3/4 Whisper White Card Stock. Stamp the Buffalo Check background stamp in Bermuda Bay Ink. Adhere to card front.
3. Stamp sentiment and hay image in Early Espresso Ink.
4. Die cut leafs and pumpkins. Adhere to card front. add Linen Thread and Holiday Rhinestone Basic Jewels to card front.
Hope you enjoyed this little card. You can easily make this a Thanksgiving Card by changing the colors and embellishments. Have a happy day and take time to smell the coffee!
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