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More Stampin’ Up! Videos

Dahlene:

What fun boxes and tutorial this is!

Originally posted on :

Here are some more Stampin’ Up! videos on products that are in the Holiday Catalog.  Which one is your favorite?

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Turtle Birthday Wishes

Dahlene:

Sooooooo cute

Originally posted on Wrightcrafty:

This card was sent to a young girl who collects turtle beanies…

turtle birthday wishes

So this cute card was just right.

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To make this card I used the following punches -

2 1/2″ circle for the body (I had to use a circle framlit for the top of his shell), 3/4″ for his feet, 1/2″ for his spots

and 2″ x 1 3/4″ large oval for his head.

I sponged all the pieces and then glued his feet first at 12, 3, 6 & 9 o’clock to the underneath of the largest circle (garden green), then his head using dimensionals.

I glued all his spots (certainly celery) onto the 2nd largest circle (framelit) his shell and using dimensionals placed this onto the body.

His tails is part of an oval, cut into again by the punch to make moon shape.

You can see the structure of the turtle more clearly from the second picture.

To place the turtle onto your card (that…

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Turtle Birthday Wishes

Dahlene:

Sooooooo cute

Originally posted on Wrightcrafty:

This card was sent to a young girl who collects turtle beanies…

turtle birthday wishes

So this cute card was just right.

turtle birthday wishes1

To make this card I used the following punches -

2 1/2″ circle for the body (I had to use a circle framlit for the top of his shell), 3/4″ for his feet, 1/2″ for his spots

and 2″ x 1 3/4″ large oval for his head.

I sponged all the pieces and then glued his feet first at 12, 3, 6 & 9 o’clock to the underneath of the largest circle (garden green), then his head using dimensionals.

I glued all his spots (certainly celery) onto the 2nd largest circle (framelit) his shell and using dimensionals placed this onto the body.

His tails is part of an oval, cut into again by the punch to make moon shape.

You can see the structure of the turtle more clearly from the second picture.

To place the turtle onto your card (that…

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Baby Cards

Dahlene:

I love how cute and simple this box card is. I made my first box card just last week and had a blast doing it with my 2 granddaughters.

Originally posted on I Stamped That!:

At my “real” job, one of the doctors had a baby. I wanted to make an extra special card for the new mom so I thought of  a Card In The Box card.  Then I went online looking at different ideas and I found this Block Card. So I made 2 cards for the staff to choose from.

I’ll be doing a Block Card Class in the fall so stay tuned for that. I will only be doing onc class a month from now on.  My schedule just doesn’t give me enough time to allow me to prepare for the weekly classes any longer :(

Enjoy!

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In joyous celebration of Rudolph …

In joyous celebration of Rudolph ….

Congrats Grad!

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It’s been awhile since I have created a blog post because I have been down with vertigo for the last 6 weeks. I have a graduate that is needing a card and I was able to get up and create this card using my paper pumpkin package from stampin up.

I have only been doing paper pumpkin for the last 3 or 4 months and one of the packages had congratulations and thank you cards in it. As I was laying in bed I was thinking I could create a quick graduation card using the congrats card kit.  With this card I decided to do it my way and not use the instruction sheet.

I wanted to make a card that was more of a masculine card instead of a feminine card. Instead of adding the gold punch outs provided I decided to wrap some twine around the card instead. I decided that I wanted to add just a little bit of something more so I used some and silver washi tape that went with it perfectly. I also decided that I wanted to use one of the other paper pumpkin stamps that I  got in the very first stamp kit. I love this stamp kit and has the gorgeous grunge stamp set look to it. I also used the basic grey stamp ink spot that came with the very first package and I really like the way it turned out.

I’m not sure how long it’s going to be before I can start working on my cards but it was fun creating this card today.  Chat with you later.

Endless Birthday Wishes- A New Stamp Set

Dahlene:

I am still down and out but I wanted to show you some really cute cards April Waltrip made.

Originally posted on Stampin' Fool:

If you loved the Endless Wished wintery photopolymer stamp set, then you will love this set.  It is the same mix of sentiments you can combine and cute curly writing.  You will love to pair the words to create the perfect birthday card.  It comes in the awesome, perfectly clear photopolymer which is easy to stamp with.  As always, it’s only $13.95 and has 27 stamps.  That’s a ton!

Here are some samples that Stampin’ Up! has come up with.  Aren’t they adorable. endless-birthday-wishes_crbphotopolymer_ebw_6endless-birthday-wishes_crbphotopolymer_ebw_12endlesssamples

Here is an up close look at the individual pieces.  I am just in love. They are so sweet. endlessbdaywishes

And, here’s what it will look like when you receive it (in between two acetate sheets).

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Endless Birthday Wishes Photopolymer Stamp Set

item  137553  $13.95, 27 pieces

Happy Stamping!!

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