Wednesday, February 29, 2012

March Class Schedule

March 2012 Classes

Classes are held at my home unless otherwise noted.

Sale-a-bration Open House: Friday, March 9 , 2012 – 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

• Come and see lots of great samples using Sale-a-bration stamps, paper, and other accessories. Make 2 cards using these awesome Sale-a-bration items.
• Cost: FREE
* Chocolate Fountain will be flowing full of chocolate and many fun foods to dip into the chocolate, so you won't want to miss that.
* Specials for that day only. Come to find out what they are. Can't make it that night, call me that day to place your order and I will extend the specials to you.
• Registration Deadline: Thursday, March 8, 2012

Let’s Get Punchy Class: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 6:30 PM

• Make 2 different 6x6 pages and 2 cards of characters/things using Stampin’ Up! Punches. The pages and cards will use the same characters/things.
• This class will be offered on the second Tuesday of every month.
• Cost: $25.00 for the first month (this includes a 6x6 album to place your pages in for future reference). Every other month after the first will be $10.00. This fee includes all supplies to complete the pages and the cards. All you need to bring is your own snail adhesive.
• Registration Deadline: Sunday, March 11, 2012

Bags & Tags Class: Saturday, March 17,  2012 2:00 PM

• Make 5 different gift bags and tags to coordinate with them. You will be able to give your gifts in one of a kind gift bags. The recipient is sure to think the bag is better than the gift inside. As part of this class you will also receive the Blossom Builders Designer Printed Kit (p18 Occasions Mini Catalog). We will be using some of the pieces on the bags but you will have plenty of pieces left over that you can create more bags, tags, cards, scrapbook pages or whatever you would like once you go home.
• Cost: $25.00. This fee includes all supplies to complete the bags and the tags. All you need to bring is your own snail adhesive.
• Registration Deadline: Sunday, March 11, 2012

Scrapbook in an Evening Class: Tuesday, March 20, 2012 6:30 PM

· During this class you will complete a 6x6 scrapbook that will have you ready for Spring. All you will need to do is add some Spring, Easter, or Mother's Day pictures to the completed book after class.
· As part of the class you will receive a half pack of the Spring Fever Simply Scrappin' Kit (p 21 Occasions Mini Catalog) and a Natural 6x6 ring linen album (#104509).
· You will make 20 6x6 pages at the class to put in your album.
· Cost: $35.00 per person
· Includes all supplies to complete the album. All you need to bring is your own snail adhesive.
· Registration Deadline is: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 (I need to be firm on this date because I need to order the supplies so you will have it at class.)

Big Shot Club, Sunday, March 25, 2012 2:00 PM

Do you love the big shot but can’t justify the expense all at once? Well, I have the perfect club for you. Read on for all the details.

• This club will run for 4 months and be $46 a month.
• At the end of the club you will have your own big shot machine, one die (p 222, $21.95), one textured impressions folder (p 218-219, $7.95), one Bigz L Die (p 221, $32.95), one embosslit die (p 216, $11.95), and one sizzlit die (p 224, $5.50).
• This is plenty of supplies to have a lot of fun playing with your new big shot at the end of the club.
• Each month we will meet and I will share 3 projects with you (that you will make as well) using the big shot. By the end of the club you will know how to work all the great tools that are available for the Big Shot. We won’t be using just paper either. I will show you several different materials that work wonderfully with the Big Shot.
• If you are unable to attend the make n take session, you can still join this club. I will make the projects for you and get them to you. So this is a club for everyone.
• Plus as a club member you will also receive $25 in hostess credit that you can use towards exclusive hostess sets and other catalog merchandise. Isn’t this a sweet deal?
• If you already own the Big Shot you are welcome to attend the class for $10 per month.
• Registration Deadline: Thursday, March 22, 2012

Stamp-A-Stash: Thursday, March 29, 2012 – 6:30 PM

• Make 12 cards: 3 designs, 4 of each design. Great way to build your card collection so you won’t be caught without a card for the next special occasion.
• Cost: $20.00 – Includes all supplies to complete the cards and envelopes. All you need to bring is your own snail adhesive.
1/2 Price Class fee with a $25.00 order
FREE class with a $50 order (plus you can select one Sale-a-bration item as well)
• Registration Deadline: Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Saturday, February 25, 2012

A Little Tea Just for You

Just wanted to drop by today and share with you a cute little card that everyone made at this month's Stamp a Stash that was held on Thursday evening.  (Missed it, that's okay, mark your calendar now for March's stash, Thursday, March 29 at 6:30 PM)

But first I have to share this funny little story with you, actually I don't find it funny at all. I ran out of dimensionals last week. So I had a workshop on Friday and I had to make all of my projects without any dimensionals. Now if you have been following my blog for any time at all you know that I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE those little buggers, so you can imagine my dismay. Well, I finally broke down and sent my sister an urgent plea for dimensionals via text on Tuesday morning because I simply couldn't bear doing my workshop that night without them. Guess what, she was out of them too. Can you imagine? So lo and behold she reached out to someone she knows and she only had one sheet of these awesome accessories left but she let me borrow them. I felt so much better and complete when I went to my workshop Tuesday evening. Don't worry there are 10 packs of awesomeness on their way to my door as I type. I hope to never have an experience like that again. It was devastating. LOL

I had a request to use the Tea Shoppe set from the Occasions Mini Catalog (Yes, I do take requests, so let me know what you would like for March). I must admit when I started creating this card I had a totally different vision in my head.  Once I started to put it together on paper, I wasn't loving it, so I changed gears and this is what I finally decided on.  Hope you think it's just a pretty as I do.

I used the Attic Boutique Designer Series Paper on this card.  First time using it.  It's such a pretty paper, not sure why it took me so long to crack open the pack. Everyone at the class received 4 different patterns, so all of their cards were a little different but all coordinated beautifully.

I used So Saffron cardstock as the base (even though it looks much brighter in this picture) because I wanted a soft looking card.  The next layer is pool party and then the piece of designer series paper.  I stamped the trio of tea cups from the Tea Shoppe set and then cut them out and mounted them on the small strip vertically using dimensionals.  I added some of the awesome Blushing Bride 3/8" Pleated Satin Ribbon (also from the Occasions mini catalog) to bring out more of the pink.  I stamped the "just for you" greeting in pool party inside the basic gray label and punch that out and attached it with dimensionals.

Hope you enjoyed today's inspiration.  Have a wonderful day.

Friday, February 24, 2012


Did you hear that? FREE! There are so many things you can select for FREE during Stampin' Up!'s annual Sale-a-bration sale, the biggest sale of the year. If you haven't received your FREE copy of the Sale-a-bration brochure let me know and I can get one out to you. It packed full of awesome products.

Today at Sisters in Stamping we are showcasing cards made using many of the products that you can get for FREE from the Sale-a-bration brochure. So be sure to check out our blog.

I used products that you can get FREE if you host a workshop where sales total $400 or more during Sale-a-bration.  You can get the bundle of four different products absolutely FREE in addition to all your other great Hostess benefits.  The stamp set is Fresh Vintage, the designer series paper is Everyday Enchantment, and the brads are in the Everyday Enchantment Ribbon & Brad pack, all of which is included in the bundle.

I also used one other item that you can select for FREE during Sale-a-bration that is in the regular Idea Book & Catalog as well, it was the oval frame from the Designer Frames Textured Impressions Embossing Folders.  There is a rectangle frame as well.

The colors for the card, Lucky Limeade and Calypso Coral came directly from the colors of the designer series paper. Easy enough, huh?

I still have a few dates open in March if you haven't scheduled your fun girls night out stamping party yet, so you can still have the opportunity to earn this great bundle for FREE too.  Call me today to get on the calendar.

Have a wonderful day and don't forget to head on over to the Sisters in Stamping blog for even more ideas using the FREE items you can get during Sale-a-bration

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Picture Frame or Dry Erase Board?????

Hello Stamping Friends,

Hope you have been enjoying this warm weather today. It's such a beautiful day here in NEPA for February. And I hear it's going to get into the 50's on Friday.  Now that's not something usual at all, but I'm lovin' every minute of it.

Today's project is one that I did on Saturday at a birthday party for my friend's daughter.  Kayla contacted me through Mom's facebook and asked if I can do her party again this year. It was the third year we did some stamping and crafting for her.  Of course, I said we can do something fun that the girls would love. Then I needed to find something. Isn't that how it works?

So after browsing Pinterest and the pins on my boards, I decided to make dry erase boards with the girls using a picture frame, some designer series paper, cardstock, ribbon, pearls and the big shot.  Sounds perfect, doesn't it?

Here's the finished project.  I'm happy to report that the girls loved their boards. They were drawing on them right away.  Each girl got to choose one sheet of designer paper from the Just Eat Cake pack.  I then cut that down to 8 x 10.  The girls then cut flowers using the Blossom Party die from pumpkin pie, daffodil delight, baja breeze and wild wasabi cardstock.  They used some of the texture embossing folders on the cut flower and assembled the flowers however they wanted.  I always love seeing how different everyone's turns out even though they all use the same products.  We added some ribbon to them and they looked great.  I didn't get a picture of everyone with their new dry erase boards (didn't think of it) but I can tell you this, they really enjoyed making them and were proud of their finished projects.

I think these would make excellant gift ideas that are really easy to customize to the recipients favorite colors and likes.

Hope you have been inspired.

Friday, February 17, 2012

Lovin' the Big Shot

You are all well aware that I love the Big Shot.  I use it in almost every project any more and simply can't imagine life without it. So needless to say, I was more than happy to do this week's Sister in Stamping project, using any new Big Shot item from the Occasions Mini Catalog.

I used the awesome new labels framelits.  It's great you can stamp first, center the framelit over your stamped image and then run it through the big shot. No need for trying to "eyeball" it any more.  I used te Up in the Air set with is a hostess exclusive item from the Occasions mini. I really love how this card turned out.

The base of the card is crumb cake with another crumb cake layer on top of that (it's kind of hard to see in the picture).  I then ran a piece of pool party cardstock through the big shot using the Vintage Wallpaper folder. I distressed that layer with by rubbing the crumb cake classic ink pad over the embossed parts.

I inked the birdhouse stamp using Stampin' Write markers; basic gray, pool party and chocolate chip.  I colored the leaves and the flowers using certainly celery and so saffron markers.  I actually only outlined the images using the brush tip.  There is still some vanilla spots showing through.

I distressed the edges of the label with the crumb cake pad (direct to paper).  I used the pool party seam binding across the middle of the card and used two pieces tied in a knot for the hanging part right next to the label.

I hope you like this card. Check out the Sisters in Stamping blog for more ideas using more big shot items from the Occasions Mini catalog.

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Just a Little Note

I love making cards but I also love making other things using all my Stampin' Up! products. I love the versatility all the products give me to do just that.  I mean really, who wouldn't love to receive this cute little notepad? They make great gifts for friends, family, neighbors, co-workers and the list goes on and on. They are so great because you can personalize them to fit each individual on your list.

I started by using half of a junior legal pad.  I used a piece of the twitterpated designer series paper to cover the top of the notepad. Be sure to use sticky strip on the paper so it doesn't pop from the paper. You wouldn't want your gift to fall apart, would you?  I then used the Bordering on Romance stamp set to decorate the rest of the tablet. The large flower bunch stamp was stamped in Basic Gray ink. I then used stampin' write marker to color the flowers.  I used certainly celery and lucky limeade for the leaves and pink pirourette, pretty in pink, and regal rose for the flowers. I cut the flowers out and attached them to the top of the tablet with dimensionals.  I added a butterfly brad from the Sale-a-bration Everyday Enchantment ribbon and brad bundle.

I stamped each page of the tablet with the flower strip stamp from the set in regal rose. Okay, you may be thinking I'm crazy but really it goes so quickly and besides the pages are just way too boring without it.  I even added a piece of magnet to the back of the tablet so it can hang on the fridge and ready for you whenever you need to make a note.

Just think, it's only Febraury so if you start now you can have so many hand crafted gifts come Christmas time. I love how I think ahead but don't worry, I probably won't act on those positive thoughts until it's too late and I'm rushing to get my Christmas gifts done in time.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Happy Valentine's Day!

Just wanted to drop by and say a quick Happy Valentine's Day to you and share a little card with you.  Hope you are having a wonderful day no matter what you are doing.

This card uses many products from the Occasion Mini catalog. Can you tell that I love this mini?  It's just jammed packed with so many awesome things.  The card base is Calypso Coral. I used the Adoring Accent Edgelits and the coordinating Adorning Accents Textured Impressions Embossing Folders on the bottom front of the card.  I then used a piece of the textured hearts calypso coral designer paper from the Sweet Shop designer series paper pack.

The Take it to Heart stamp set is awesome to use with the Heart framelits. I stamped the boy and girl on the bike stamp first onto whisper white cardstock using calypso coral ink. Then I lined up the coordinating heart framelit and ran it through the big shot. I then used the heart one size up to layer the stamped heart onto it.  I finished the larger heart off with some doodling along the edges of it with the calypso coral stampin' write marker. Before I attached the hearts to the base I stamped the background with one of the other hearts from the Take it to Heart set.

The greeting is from the Sweet Cake stamp set. And the ribbon is from the Sale-a-bration ribbon and brad bundle. Don't forget Sale-a-bration is through March 31. I still have some openings for a private home class if you are interested.

Monday, February 13, 2012

Have you been bit by the Love Bug?

It's Valentine's Day week so I'm going to share with you some of the cards I've made this year.  These are all cards that I have made at workshops or classes so some of you may have seen these already. 

This card is one that I made at January's punch class.  It was inspired from another card I have seen. It is so great to get to use punches in ways that are a little different than they may have been intended. There are 8 different punches used on this card.  Can you figure out which ones they are?

I used the cherry cobbler dazzling details on the bottom of the love bugs feet and  the hearts on the wings.  In real life it is so much more sparkly and vibrant.  Notice the ends of the ruffled ribbon, the little red dots are also the dazzling details.

I love the "bug" eyes.  I used the jumbo pearls for the center of the eyes.  Now if you don't have your Valentine's started, time is seriously running out.  Tomorrow is the big day, so you better get creating.

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Simply Elegant

It seems to be the most requested card type after Birthday's for my classes are Sympathy cards. I must admit, I really don't like them. Yes, the cards are usually pretty but I don't like the reasoning behind needing them.  I guess most of us don't "like" giving them either but they are certainly a necessary card and are truly appreciated when received.

As you can probably tell by looking at some of my most recent posts, I'm really liking the neutral on neutral (white on white, vanilla on vanilla) look. It's so clean and simple.  This card is no different. I used very vanilla cardstock for the base and then topped it with a layer that is 1/4" smaller. I then used a piece of the twitterpated designer paper.  The flower is from the mixed bunch stamp set. I love this set because I love to cut out flowers but with this one I don't need to. There is a coordinating punch!!!!  How awesome is that? And what's even better yet is that you can find all the supplies in the Occasions Mini Catalog.

I finished the flower off with one of the jelly bean brads.  The flower is attached using dimensionals.  See I can get them on any card.  I used the With Sympathy greeting from the Loving Thoughts set also in the Occasions mini catalog.

Thanks for stopping by again.  Hope to see you soon.

Friday, February 10, 2012

Oh How Sweet!

This week at Sisters in Stamping we are showing projects made using products from the Sweet Shop (page 32 -35) product line in the Occasions Mini Catalog.  There are so many great things to choose from: stamps, stickers, desiger series paper, brads, baker's twine, and embossing powder, that, get this, is scented. Three different scents to choose from: vanilla, cherry, and melon.  They smell so yummy.

Get your smell-o-vision ready. Yes, my favorite movie is Willy Wonka so I think you should be able to smell how yummy these powders are.  LOL

I used so many things from the Sweet Shop product suite on this one little card.  I used both the Sweet Cake & the Mouthwatering stamp sets.  I used Lucky Limeade baker's twine.  Of course, the fun Sweet Shop Designer Series Paper was a must for this card.  I also added 2 of the jelly bean brads to the top of the card.  And to top the whole thing off, I embossed the cherries with the cherry embossing powder.  They smell so yummy.  (I guess you will just have to believe me on this one)  So if you were counting that was a total of 6 different items from the Sweet Shop line.  And if you didn't count, yes, you can go back and count now if you don't believe me.

I honestly can't pick just one item from those 4 pages in the Occasions mini that is my favorite.  I think they all work so perfectly together.

Don't forget to check out the Sisters in Stamping blog to see what the other sisters created using products from the Sweet Shop line.

Thanks for stopping by and visiting me today.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Want to Join the Sale-a-bration?

You can join the Stampin' Up! Family for a discounted price now through the end of March.  Join for $125.

Plus you can choose between a FREE package of Designer Series Paper ($10.95 or less) or digital download (any price).  This begins the month after you join Stampin' Up! You may alternate between Designer Series Paper and digital download each month. Free paper or digital download does not include tax or shipping. You must redeem your free item on a demonstrator order. If you choose not to add any other items to your order besides the free Designer Series Paper, you will incur the minimum shipping charge (there are no shipping charges for digital downloads). You must remain active during incentive period to be eligible for free items.

Included in the Starter Kit is:

123225 Easy Events (p. 57) $24.95                                                              115360 For All You Do (p. 112) $28.95
121915 Create a Cupcake (p. 68) $22.95                                                     122909 Triple Treat Flower (p.18) $8.95 
113121 Cupcakes Stampin' Around® Wheel (p. 235)                             118486 Clear Block C (p. 205)

117155 Patterns Designer Series Paper Stack (p. 177) Brights             
120954 Assorted color Smooth Card Stock (8-1/2" x 11") (p. 174)
100730 Card Stock (8-1/2 x 11) (p. 180) Whisper White Card Stock     114616 5/8" Satin Ribbon (p. 195) White                        
102283 VersaMark® Pad (p. 203) Ink pad $7.50 or less                          101179 Classic Stampin' Pad® (p. 180) Basic Black
102277 Classic Stampin' Pad (p. 177) Old Olive                                       105216 Classic Stampin' Pad (p. 177) Pumpkin Pie
103133 Classic Stampin' Pad (p. 177) Real Red                                       

119677 Stampin' Write® Marker (p. 177) Daffodil Delight                     119679 Stampin' Write Marker (p. 178) Marina Mist
119787 Marina Mist Classic Refill (p. 178)                                                104332 SNAIL Adhesive® (p. 206) 
102394 Stampin' Mist® (p. 207) or Stazon Cleaner
121807 Cupcake Punch (p. 213)or  Any punch $23.95 or less
114779 Always Bird Décor Elements® (p. 233) or Chocolate Any Décor Elements $9.95 or less
107301 Medium Envelopes (40) (p. 182) White or Any envelopes $7.50 or less
120148 Color Coach (p. 174)

THE FOLLOWING KIT ITEMS HAVE NO ALTERNATIVE SELECTION: Stampin’ Around Self Inking Handle (standard), Uninked Cartridge (standard), Blender Pen (single), Stampin’ Scrub, Stampin’
Dimensionals®, Décor Elements Applicator Tool.

Business Supplies Included: (these items can not be substituted)
* Getting Started DVD                                                     • Getting Started Guide
• Guest Invitation Postcards (100)                                    • Catalogs (8)
• Mini Catalogs (8—when available)                                 • Recruit Folders (5)
• Recruit Brochures (20)                                                   • To My Hostess Envelopes (10)
• Project Sample Sheet                                                     • Customer Order Forms (50)
Let me know if you have any questions! I would love to get together with you and talk about any questions you may have.

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Curious about My Digital Studio?

Are you curious about Stampin' Up! My Digital Studio program?  Wanna try it out before you purchase it?  Well, now you can download a FREE 30 day trial. Isn't that pretty cool?  You can try it out and ask me any questions you may have before you take the plunge and purchase the complete program.  This is not a limited time offer. It is an ongoing offer from Stampin' Up! Although the time of your trial is limited to 30 days, you can download the program at any time.

My Digital Studio is not just for creating scrapbooks.  You can make cards, calendars, journals, banners, and whatever else you can dream up.  I've seen so many talented artists create wonderful projects using the My Digital Studio program.

Want your FREE download?  Click HERE to download the program.  Click on the Shop Now button. If you haven't placed an online order with me you will need to create an account, if you have placed an online order before you will simply need to sign in under the logo.  Then click on the MDS logo on the right hand side of the screen for your FREE 30 day trial.

Here are some things you may be wondering about My Digital Studio:

* My Digital Studio Express includes one stamp brush set, 12 Designer Series Paper patterns, 81 embellishments, 26 punches, and 5 designer templates.

*There is a difference between My Digital Studio Express (which is the free download and My Digital Studio program you can purchase) My Digital Studio Express is My Digital Studio software that you can download directly to yourcomputer without having to wait for discs to be shipped to you. This program can be purchased after the 30 day free trial.  The program functionality is exactly the same as the disc version of the software with less digital content.

*You will need to have access to the Internet both to place your "order" for the trial and to download the program.

*When you order the My Digital Studio Express Trial, you will receive the full version of My
Digital Studio Express. The free trial software will function exactly the same as if you had purchased
and installed the paid-for software--you can design, purchase downloads, and print. The only
difference is that you can only use the trial version for 30 days.

*To install the program after you have "purchased" it, you can access the My Digital Studio Express Trial download through the Downloads section of your account. (the one you used to Sign In or Create an Account, when ordering the free trial) Make sure you select Mac or Windows (depending on what you own), and the download and install wizards will walk you through the rest of the process.

*You have full access to everything you can do in My Digital Studio for a full 30 days. This
includes full designing functionality, printing, and the ability to purchase downloads.

*The 30 day trial starts as soon as you launch the program. It does not matter when you
download the program, your 30 days will start as soon as you actually open the program.

*You can order the My Digital Studio Trial at any time. The trial period is not tied to the calendar.
The trial period will begin as soon as you launch the program, and you will be able to use it for the
next 30 days.

*When you launch the software after the 30 day trial period is over, you will be prompted to enter a
product key. You will not be able to use the software again until you have entered a product key. You
can get a product key by purchasing My Digital Studio or My Digital Studio Express.
* If you order My Digital Studio Express, you will not need to reinstall the software. A product key will
be e-mailed to you. After you complete your purchase, just enter that product key when the program
prompts you for it. If you purchase the disc version of My Digital Studio, you will need to use the
installation discs in order to access the included digital content. The installation wizard will walk you
through the process, including entering the product key (which you'll receive with your shipped discs).
You will not lose any downloads or projects purchased or created from your 30-day trial period. Also,
when you purchase the software, you can load it on up to 2 computers, Mac or Windows, or both.

*You can purchase downloads during the 30 day period and you will have continued access to any downloads you purchase during the trial period after you purchase the program. If you choose to purchase the software, you will simply need to enter a product key, and you will be able to use all your downloads like normal. If you do not purchase the software, you will still have access to your downloads through your download manager, and you will be able to load them to the digital design software of your choice.

*The My Digital Studio digital downloads will work with any digital design program, not just My Digital Studio.

* You will not be able to edit any of your projects through My Digital Studio after the trial period has
ended unless you purchase the software. If you do chose to purchase the software, you will be able
to access and edit all your project files. If you choose not to purchase the software, we recommend
you save your projects prior to the end of your 30 day trial as .jpg files. You will then be able to use
them like any jpg (picture) files, after your trial is over.

*The My Digital Studio Express Trial will only work once on your computer. After your 30 days
are over, you need to purchase the software to continue using the program.

*If you don't want to purchase the software for your computer, you can uninstall the software at any time.

*Stampin' Up! occasionally offers free My Digital Studio downloads. These are generally promotions that
run for a short amount of time, and will be announced. Download some of our free digital downloads for the 2010 In Color Card Stock and Designer Series Papers.

*My Digital Studio will not work on an iPad. We do not have a My Digital Studio iPad app at this time.

*Check out under the training sections for videos and resources that will help you learn how to use the program.  This site is open to anyone (not just demonstrators).

Call me at 570-689-5371 or email me at if you have questions about
the My Digital Studio Trial. If I can’t answer your question myself, I will find the answer for you.


Friday, February 3, 2012

Valentine's Day is around the Corner

The magical day of love, Valentin'es Day will soon be upon us.  Have you made your special loved one a Valentine? This week at Sister's in Stamping we are sharing some great Valentine ideas with you.

I went for a really clean and simple look on my card.  It was inspired from a card I saw on Pinterest. This is definitely an easy one for those of you who are like me and will wait until the 11th hour to make your card.

As if you couldn't tell, I'm really loving the look of white space lately.  It just looks so clean.  I started with a white base and then added a melon mambo layer that was mostly covered by another white layer.  I then punched different colored pink hearts (two of each color except the red) from the small heart punch (great use of some scraps).  I used pink pirouette, pretty in pink, regal rose, melon mambo and the last heart is real red.  Before I attached the hearts, I stamped "got love?" from the Got Treats set in Melon Mambo.  I also drew two squiggle lines on the right hand side of this layer so that the hearts look like they are attached by strings.

The hearts are attached to the card using dimensionals.  The edges of the dimensional sheets are great for these small hearts.  Lay them out on the line before removing the paper backing from the dimensional to be sure you have them in the right spots. Trust me, I've experienced running out of room before.  After you layer the melon mambo cardstock and the stamped top layer together, add them to the front of your base using dimensionals.

Don't forget to check out the Sisters in Stamping blog to see what the others have created.