Glad that you stopped by today. I want to share my latest swap card that I made for my weSTAMP group meeting which was held last night. It was based on a Sketch Challenge by Makesha Byl. The stamp set that I used was earned by me for FREE during Stampin' Up!'s Sale-A-Bration promotion that ends at midnight tonight.
Recipe for Card:
Stamp sets: A Flower for All Seasons, Song of Spring Ink: Melon Mambo, Bermuda Bay, Crushed Curry, Certainly Celery. Paper: Razzleberry Lemonade DSP, Bermuda Bay, Melon Mambo, Whisper White Embellishments: Crushed Curry ribbon, Hemp Twine, silver brads, white gel pen, tiny tag punch, Big Shot polka dot texture plate, crystal effects (on flowers, bird). 1 1/2" circle punch, scalloped edge punch.
Hope that you like this little pretty as much as I enjoyed making it and sharing it at the swap!
This card is a total CASE (copy and share everything) from the SU Occasions Mini Catalog...page 24. The stamp set is SU Abundant Hope featured on that page. I just love the soft pastel colors and the torn edge of the SU so saffron strip on the left side and coloring the daffodils with SU markers.
Easter is about a week away and I would like to wish everyone that visits here a very Happy & Blessed Easter!
These little treat holders are just adorable and so easy to make. We made this one at our March Class. It uses SU Old Olive cardstock, some in-color SU Dusty Durango and SU Old Olive Grosgrain Ribbon. Some of the ladies suggested that you could put a SU Chocolate Bunny in it or fill it with jelly beans, chocolates or whatever your favorite treat may be!
At my March Stamp Class everyone got to make "The Chocolate Bunny"...we all laughed and giggled while cutting him out, eating jelly beans and chocolate. We used the SU Elegant Bouquet Textured Impressions embossing folder as a background, some SU Pretty in Pink satin ribbon and a little SU Whisper White taffeta ribbon tied around his neck!
Of course, there is a little story behind this project...I was so inspired by my Dear Secret Sister from Splitcoaststampers.com, that I just HAD to make one of my very own. Therefore, the Tea Pot Board Book with our beautiful Stampin' Up! Tea Party Designer Paper! This is my very first attempt at making a board book and I do not think that it will be my last...LOL...at some point in the near future, I would like to host a class to make these!