Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Case-ing Tuesday #123

Today I am blogging for CASE-ing Tuesday Bloggers.    I have never done this before so am trying something new out.  It is a Facebook group that we as Stampin Up Demonstrators CASE (Copy and Share Everything),  I am super excited and honored to be able to participate.  Here is the card that we are casing.

Here is the card that I made.  I decided to do a Christmas card, in the non traditional colors. Pink and grey are one of my favorite color combinations.  Not just for Christmas but even in everyday stamping.  So please follow along and see what all the other talented demonstrators have come up with. 

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Happy Stamping!

Saturday, November 25, 2017

Welcome Baby

Today I am blogging from well somewhere on the highway between Iowa and Wisconsin  I am traveling to Madison, WI today for a girls weekend.  YIPEE, I can't believe the time has come.  We have been doing this trip for the last three years and love just getting away to relax and do a little stamping.  What could be better?

Today I am showing you a baby card I made for a little girl.  I just love that elephant she is just so stinkin cute!!  I did a little bit of coloring, and that was the hardest part lol. 

  1. Card Base: Whisper White CS 5-1/2x8-1/2, score at 4-1/4 and fold in half.
  2. 2nd Layer: Smokey Slate CS 5-3/8x4-1/8, glue to the card base
  3. 3rd Layer: Powder Pink CS 5-1/4x4, 
  4. Run 3rd Layer through the Big Shot with the Ruffled Embossing Folder
  5. Cut Rich Razzleberry to 3/4x4, glue to Powder Pink
  6. Punch a 2-inch circle out of Smokey Slate
  7. Stamp Elephant on Whisper White with Black Archival 
  8. Color Elephant, Cut out with Big Shot using Framelits, pop-dot to Smokey Slate Circle
  9. Stamp Sentiment on Whisper White with Rich Razzleberry Ink
  10. Punch with Classic Label, glue to Rich Razzleberry Card Stock

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Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Seasons Greetings

I figured since I did a Christmas card last week I would do one more this week.  Just in case you want to be proactive and get started on your Christmas cards.  LOL.  Here is another one that is quick and easy and takes hardly any time to put together.  I just love the musical paper used.

The strip of music paper is cut to 3x5.  I used the scalloped circle die for the cherry cobbler and used a 2-inch circle.

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