Tuesday, July 24, 2012

July Technique

Here is some fun using Stampin UP!'s New Spritzer

Using the spritzer with this Technique is so easy.
I punched out 4 pennants and placed them the way I wanted

 Then I sprayed all over the paper

 And then I took off the pennants

 And there you have it!

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The Skys the limit Card

I love Stampin UP! Up, Up, & Away Stamp set. I have had it for a while but haven't used it much. So I decided that I needed to get to using it, and here is what I came up with while watching some old episodes of Suits.

 Ahh, gotta love these guys. O.K. O.K. enough drooling. Well I take that back drool a little over those guys and a little over my "The sky's the limit" card. Enjoy!

Here is a couple of pics to show how I made the rolling hills.
 First you want to punch out a couple of circles. I frayed the edges to give the appearance of grass. Just use your scissors and snip.
After you figure out where you would like your circles to be, adhere them.
Cut off the excess so the circles stay with the shape of the card.
And I added an accent green to really show off the grass effect.

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And one more show is my Swap Tag I made for a demonstrators meeting.

 Have a great day everyone!

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Thinking of you Delicate Doilies

I loved making these cards. I may do them for our Luv2stamp swap in August. They are so fun and quick to put together. Random stamping is one of my favorite things to do with stamps because you can make so many different designs. 
I tried making a video but my phone kept falling and the kids ran in ringing bells; I decided it wasn't worth becoming Momzilla over. =)

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Album in a Box

For my next class, Thursday July 26th, we will be making this cute Album in a Box. What I love so much about this idea is that:
1) it is super simple. 
2) looks fabulous
3) a great gift or a coffee table decoration for the home. 
I really like the idea of giving it as a gift for a birthday friend or family. It is a small fun album for them to have all ready to just adhere photos. Or you can give it with photos you took and give as a fun after party gift. =) Either way who wouldn't like to have something near where they can just pop the lid off and reminisce about good memories. 
Once I get my camcorder so I can do videos, I will have to post a video tutorial on how you can make this as well.

Credits:  stampingpro.com

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