Friday, May 28, 2010
Thursday, May 27, 2010
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Monday, May 3, 2010
First I would like to say THANK YOU for the AWESOME SUPER FANTASTIC Big Shot that I now own! WOOHOO I don’t have to borrow my friends anymore! J I have to say I have been having a GREAT time with it! So much I am wondering if they ever wear out.. because I might just do that ha-ha!
Second, I am getting ready to package up and send off your white cardboard that you asked for. .... I do have A LOT to send you still.
However! a friend of mine do up some build-a-bears with their own set of clothes for a craft show to give to kids. Well, as in a busy life she forgot to take them and I didn’t want her to throw them out and immediately thought of you. Could you use them for your project? I also have some extra bear clothes that I cut out using her big shot ages ago and have not finished the project I started with them… I am so busy now with my business after taking your boot camp that I probably won’t get the time to finish it to be honest so if you would like to have some pre-cut build-a-bear things let me know and I will put them in the box with the cardboard as well.
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Sunday, May 2, 2010
Blog Tour for all friends of stampin up products - enjoyed by demonstrators and customers world wide
Susan Colamonico and Sherrill Graff created this art for you
The flower above is punched out then crumpled to give it a vintage look.
For the inside of this envelope I used the suede DSP from the Thoroughly Modern Pack.
Five scallop circles were punched out, wrinkled up, and layered to create this flower. I rubbed the edge of each circle in the suede pad. Make sure to stamp both sides of the paper before you punch out your circles.
The center for the flower above came from the baskets and blooms die.
Images stamped in so saffron, more mustard, soft suede, then Stazon black.