Sunday, December 28, 2014

Janaury Stamping Classes


 
January 2015  Classes

It’s January and that means several very exciting things. There is a new Occasions catalog kicking off on January 6th. Sale-a-bration, the most anticipated sale of the year begins on January 6th. Let’s not forget my birthday is January 6th (and I’m so excited to be turning 41 this year. I’m sure you all know why I’m so excited about that), and there’s always presents for you on that day. Notice how great a day January 6th is this year. A great deal to celebrate, if I say so myself. So let’s kick off the party. All classes this month with have a Birthday theme. I can’t wait to party with you. 

Sunday, January 4, 2015 – 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Sneak Peek at Occasions Catalog & Sale-a-bration Kick-Off Party– FREE

You and your guest are invited to my Sneak Peek Occasions & Sale-a-bration Catalog Kick-Off Party for Stampin' Up! Join us the afternoon of Sunday, January 4 between 2:00 PM and 5:00 PM. You'll get your hands on the brand new catalog with your first chance to purchase the exclusive products, with a buying special! Create a make-and-take using the new products. Snack and chat, signing up for fresh new classes and product shares while browsing the new products I have bought to share with you! There will be prizes, with more opportunities to win the more you participate! I hope to see you then.

RSVP Deadline: Friday, January 2

Tuesday, January 6 2015 – The Day you have been waiting for

Occasions catalog kicks off
Sale-a-bration begins
My 41st birthday (watch your inbox for a exclusive special)

 Wednesday, Janaury 7, 2014  6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Blendabilities Class – $30.00 per person

 This is a monthly class that  features two  sets of blendabilities that you will receive as part of the class fee. Blendabilities are alcohol based markers that makes blended colors so easy. No lines left after you blend them together. You’re finished projects will look so professional. We will make 3 different projects using the two different packs of blendabilities during the class.  All you need to bring with you is your own snail adhesive, all other supplies are included in the cost of the class.

Blendability colors: Calypso Coral and Wisteria Wonder

RSVP Deadline:Thursday, January 1, 2014

 Sunday, January 11, 2015  2:00 PM
 
 
Birthday Perpetual Calendar Class  - $30.00 per person

You will be making a birthday perpetual calendar that will become part of your home’s d├ęcor so you will never forget a loved ones birthday again. There will be 12 different cards you make to hang inside a wooden frame that will display the upcoming birthdays. All materials for the class are included in the fee. You only need to bring your snail adhesive. Check out my facebook page/blog for a picture of frame.

RSVP Deadline: Wednesday, Janaury 7, 2014

  Thursday, January 15, 2015  6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Stamp of the Month Class – $25.00 per person for the clear stamp set

 $30.00 per person for wood mount stamp set

This is a monthly class that features one stamp set that you will receive as part of the class fee. We will stamp 3 different cards and one 3-D project using the stamp of the month during the class.  All you need to bring with you is your own snail adhesive and some clear blocks, all other supplies are included in the cost of the class.

Stamp set this month: Cycle Celebration (page 59 in the Annual Catalog)

RSVP Deadline: Thursday, January 8, 2015 (when registering specify clear or wood mount

  Monday, January 19,  2014 at 6:30 PM

Intro to Project Life Class – FREE

I am looking for people interested in memory keeping (NOT scrapbooking) or any burned out scrapbookers who want to document their photos without draining time, energy and wallets. No creativity required!!! No gluing or cropping! It is so quick, easy, and very affordable. I'd LOVE to show you how you can create beautiful albums documenting your story without all of the time and energy of traditional scrapbooking!!!! If you would like to learn more about this AWESOME new way of memory keeping, contact me or drop by Monday evening between 6:30 pm and 8:30 pm to check it out for yourself!! You will get to try it out yourself. Be sure to bring 6-8 birthday pictures with you.

RSVP Deadline :Sunday, January 18

  Thursday, January 22, 2015  6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Stamp a Stash – $20.00 or FREE with a minimum purchase

 Stamp a Stash is a great way to stock up on cards that you will need throughout the year. You make 12 cards in total (3 different cards, 4 of each) and envelopes are included. All you need to bring with you is your own snail adhesive, all other supplies are included in the cost of the class.  Remember this month’s theme is birthdays, so we will be making kid’s cards, masculine cards, as well as feminine cards.

RSVP Deadline: Tuesday, January 20, 2014
 
Can't wait to see you at a class in January.


Friday, December 12, 2014

A Gift of Christmas Cheer

Hello Stamping Friends,

I know it has been a while since I last posted a project for you to see, I do apologize. Life has just been super busy. The kids and I had 3 snow days this week so that has allowed me some extra time to catch up on everything (housework, stamping, Christmas baking).

This week with Sisters in Stamping we are sharing with you some quick small gift ideas. This is a cute little mason jar that filled with red and white mints. A quick little belly band and a cover for the lid make takes it from boring to wow in minutes.

 
Look at how cute this is. I love the silver glimmer paper and the pop of pizzazz it gives the finished project. Festival of trees is a great set for cards, gift tags, and gifts. The coordinating punch makes life so easy. Just stamp the tree and grab your punch to get it cut in a jiffy.

 
Notice the cover for the lid is even embossed with stars. Didn't want to leave the lid plain after the front is so pretty. Of course, the silver glimmer punched stars just makes it even better, plus they match the star on top of the tree.
 
Don't forget to head over to Sisters in Stamping for more small gift ideas.
 
I will post the list of items used after I get home from school today.


Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Weekly Deals and Snuggles and Smooches

Hello Stamping Friends,

Just dropping by quickly to share with your this week's weekly deals and a brand new, hot off the press stamp set, Snuggles and Smooches. Don't forget these deals are good through Monday, December 15, 2014. Place your order online at my store or send me a message of what you would like.



Check them out. There are some fun items for this week's deals.
 
Look at the Snuggle and Smooches Stamp set, isn't it cute. I love the swirly scribbles. I see them as flowers. Stamp them in a darker color and use a lighter color and sponge dauber to "color" them in. Check out the blog posting on Stampin' Up!  to see what the concept artist had in mind when she created this set. She had something entirely different in mind for the swirls.
 
 
 
Snuggles And Smooches Photopolymer Stamp Set                            140326
Price: $15.95

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Don't forget the Awesome Sale going on now

Hello Stamping Friends,

The Online Extravaganza is still going on! Don’t miss the 2nd set of door busters on Monday, all the other items in the list on sale up to a 50% discount, Wooohooo!





 
Now through December 2 when you join my team you will save 25% off the kit! That is $125.00 worth of stamping products for $75.00  You can even pick items off the Extravaganza sale in your customizable kit.  Plus you will be earning 5% cash back on all commissionable orders placed in December.
Whether you join just to receive the 20% discount on product or if you wish to build your own business I would love to have you join my team and would love to answer any questions you may have.

Friday, November 7, 2014

Be Greatful for All You Have

Hello Stamping Friends,

Thanks for stopping by today. I just need to share with you something that is heavy on my heart today before I share today's project for the Sisters in Stamping. Thank you  in advance for letting me share.

It's November 7, 2014. Exactly, 20 years since my dear mom had passed away. I have now lived half of my life without my mom. I can't even believe it. I'm the age she was when she died (actually if you are counting the days, I'm a month older than she was). I miss her more and more as time goes on. I wish my boys got to meet her. I know she would be stamping right by my side. I do believe I got my crafty gene from her. She crocheted, did plastic canvas needlepoint, made homemade chocolates and so much more. If you are lucky enough to have your mom still, please cherish every moment you have with her. Our time here on earth is so limited. I can't even begin to tell you the emotions I have today.

Thanks for sticking with me, I know that was heavy. Now on to this week's challenge with the sisters. We were to make a fall or Thanksgiving project.  I made a treat bag (mine is just filled with tissue paper so you can see it better) using the blendabilities markers.  I love them. They are simply awesome. If you haven't tried them, you  need to. It's not like coloring with just any other marker. The colors go on smooth and blend together so there are no lines when you are finished.

 
I used the Fall Fest framelits for the pumpkin. The pumpkin, including the stem is cut from pumpkin pie cardstock. The stem is later colored with the crumb cake blendabilities. I then used the old olive blendabilities to make the details on the leaf and the pumpkin pie blendabilities to detail the pumpkin.
 
Did you notice the cello bag has pumpkin pie polka dots on it? That was also done with the blendabilities. Plus wait, there's more, I used the three (light, medium and dark) pumpkin pie blendabilities to make the stripes on the cotton ribbon. Pretty amazing!

 
Just a closer look at the adorable little pumpkin.  This bag would be a great accent on your Thanksgiving table. Fill it with some fall treats and everyone at dinner gets to take one home with them. The best thing is that it doesn't even take too long to make these.

 
And here's the bag before anything is put on it or in it. Thought you might like to see the dots a little better. The blendabilities markers dry very quickly and dry on non-porous surfaces which allows you to design your own cello bags. Can't do that with regular markers.
 
Don't forget to head over to the Sisters in Stamping to see more Fall/Thanksgiving projects.
 
 
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Friday, October 31, 2014

Quick & Simple Christmas Card

Hello Stamping Friends,

Happy Halloween. I know it's Halloween but today's project is a quick and simple Christmas card which is this week's challenge with the Sisters in Stamping.  Definitely time to start thinking Christmas cards when you make your own. Plus, if you make a lot of cards you really want them to be simple yet still look all put together and nice. That's just what today's challenge is all about.

 
I really like how this card turned out. It really was simple to put together. One run through the big shot for some texture, a couple of punches, one stamp set and some designer series paper. See you can do simple cards that still look great. You can easily follow the layout of this card while switching up the colors and stamps and get a completely new looking card. Try it! I challenge you.
 
The designer series paper isn't even a Christmas themed paper pack. It is an Autumn paper. I just really like the striped blackberry bliss paper and thought it would be great paired with the mossy meadow for Christmas. What do you think?
 
Don't forget to head over to the Sisters in Stamping blog for more quick and simple Christmas card ideas.
 
 

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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Happy Halloween Eve

Hello Stamping Friends,

Happy Halloween Eve. Just wanted to drop by with a quick post to share this adorable wreath with you. I made it using the Motley Monsters designer paper. It's so cute. I have a tutorial coming on how to make these wreaths so look for it in the next few days.

 
I'm having Jonah give it to his teacher tomorrow. I think it's great for a classroom. I know I would want one in my classroom if I had my own class. (Yes, I'm still dreaming. I know one day it will happen. Just need some patience and trust that it will happen all in God's timing.)

 
Just a close-up of the not so spooky ghosts that accent the wreath. Cute, right?
 
Thanks for stopping by.
 
Have a great time trick or treating tomorrow. 

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