Tuesday, August 31, 2010
I have been waiting and waiting for my holiday stamps to come and they finally arrived yesterday. So naturally, I made a halloween card. I think it's the first time I'm really excited for halloween, it's gonna be so much fun making cards for it. I think this will be one of the cards that we make at my card class.
Saturday, August 21, 2010
Here's the card I made for our 10 year anniversary. Can you believe this is as elaborate as we got? 10 years and we really had no time to celebrate it. Oh well, maybe in 10 more. I did get some beautiful flowers, and a new ring. (I got the ring a couple months ago, but it was for our 10 year, I just couldn't wait.)
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
For my demonstration at my parties this month I'm going to show how to make this very cute purse. I've seen this purse around on line, so I can't say who to give credit to cause I'm not sure, but I love the idea of it. I think it turned out super cute. I've put in Hershey's kisses and Kit-Kat's. This one with just Kit-Kat's is my door prize for this month. I think they both turned out super cute. Let me know what you think, and if you'd like to learn how to make either project. IT"S SO EASY!!
Saturday, August 7, 2010
I absolutely LOVE how these candy sliders turned out. I came across thee most amazing women's blog I have ever seen, and I wish I could meet her for reals. She has the most amazing ideas, and is so easy to follow. She's my idea angel! So Dawn if by some miracle you ever stumble across this little blog, you are amazing!! So to give credit where credit is due, her name is Dawn Griffith, "DawnsStampinThoughts" and that is where I got this awesome candy slider tutorial. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, how it turned out. Thanks everyone for looking.
I'm so excited. I came up with this card idea all by my little old self. I'd LOVE to know what you think about it. I wanted to do something different for my mom and came up with this. Kaila doesn't like it, but I think it's pretty cute. (Especially cause I didn't case this idea from anyone, it's all mine! WOOHOO). So let me know what you think, what can I do to improve it, do you like it, I"D LOVE SOME COMMENTS!!
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
When you look at a Stampin’ Up catalog, do you want to own every product? Would you like a fun environment to learn exciting techniques and make easy projects you could recreate at home? How about earning FREE stamp sets and products without having to worry about workshop totals? A stamp club might just be the answer for you!! A stamp club consists of 10 stampers each choosing one month to hostess a workshop in her home. Each club member places a minimum order of $15 in products at each workshop whether you can attend or not. This means that you are assured of having at least 10 guests and a $150 in sales without sending out any invitations. Of course each stamper is welcome to invite extra guests to the workshop to increase her FREE merchandise. As an added bonus, for bringing a friend to any workshop you and your friend will be able to choose a free gift. And who doesn’t’ want FREE stamps!! Sign up and we’ll get started in September!! At Stamp clubs, an organized group of customers place regular orders and rotate hostess benefits. Each person in the group places at least a minimum order, (depend on the amount of people in group.) Stamp clubs usually meet once a month. Here’s how it would work: Minimum purchase club- We would need to have at least 10 in the club, spend $15 before taxes, shipping and handling, so the total order can be placed as a workshop. The hostess benefits rotate with a different person in the group receiving them each time. The hostess benefits are: One free level one hostess stamp set, and $15.00 in free product.
I was following the directions to make a 2-5-7-10 box, and this is what it's suppose to look like. Instead, this is what I got. Oh well, atleast it's still a cute box. I'm gonna fill it with some chocolates and that will be my hostess gift for the month of August. (If I can mess it up a few more times.) You can find the 2-5-7-10 box tutorial on Split coast. I've gotta say for me the tutorial was as clear as mud, hence my box. In their defense though, I'm not too good as following written instuctions. I'd love to see how your turn out.
Sunday, August 1, 2010
I'm trying to do a new thing everyday to post to my blog. So here's two photo albums I made. One is for a boy and one for a girl. I thought they would make super cute baby shower gifts. If you see anything on here that you like and would like to make let me know, I'd love to put together a class. Hope you've enjoyed everything shown so far.