Frankly speaking I think today’s card is one of my favorite Halloween cards of the season. As an added bonus it is super easy to re-create using the Stampin Up Circle Card Thinlits die #133480 and various sizes of circle punches. Frankie’s hair was styled using the Fringe Scissors #133325. I used the Stampin Up Project Life jounaling pens #135304 to add the details to make Frankenstein come to life.
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Just when Cammie thought she was done with making cards for the graduation season, she was called upon to make a couple more cards for a special graduation. I think this card is a true wowzer because it looks great and is super simple to make. The hardest part is making the super cute tassle. All you need is cardstock, the Bigshot and the Stampin Up Perfect Pennants Bigz L die #123126 to create the realistic gown. Imagine using the school colors of the graduate to personalize it even more. I am definately going to bookmark this card for next years grads.
Dates: October 1-31, 2011
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Bring on the holidays with the Perfect Pennant Die, Embossing Folder, Craft ink and a Brayer. Cammie went to town and brayered her Christmas cards for my pennant workshop. What a sweet sister I have to contribute cards all the way from Tulsa OK for my workshop in Ohio. That is truly sharing what you love! Even better, the cards came ready to assemble no work required. So we got to OOH and Ahh over her fabulous cards while we applied the adhesive and assembled the cards. The wreath card was by far the crowd favorite!
For each card, the base was done by rolling craft ink onto the specific embossing folder and then running thru the bigshot. Wow! Same technique different folder and oh so different. These cards bring an end to the pennant on parade workshop. Stay tuned tomorrow – its the 25th and as promised we have the results of the Christmas card challenge.
Todays post is using the summer fun stamp set from the Summer mini. http://188.8.131.52/catalogs/flash/en-US/20110314_kk34dsh_SummerMini/index.html Let me know if there is anything you need.
Land of the Free stamp set from the Summer mini. http://184.108.40.206/catalogs/flash/en-US/20110314_kk34dsh_SummerMini/index.html was used to create this all american box that can be used for any occasion to honor an American Hero. Remember the items in the summer mini end on August 31st. Let me know if you need anything before its gone.
Just as summer is fading fast so are the items in the summer mini. Check out the link to the summer mini that ends on 31 Aug. http://220.127.116.11/catalogs/flash/en-US/20110314_kk34dsh_SummerMini/index.html and let me know if there is anything you need.
My favorite DSP in the mini is the nautical expedition paper. I loved it so much that I bought the paper and the MDS digital download. Here are the coasters that I made using the Bighsot, the nautical expedition DSP, Staminup cork sheets and window sheets.
Well after much deliberation, we decided to not drive 5 hours south to Kanab UT for Stampin Up’s Rubber Park. We are saving that for our next convention trip. So instead, we are trekking to the Great Salt Lake in search of the Spiral Jetty and possibly some famous Utah squeaky cheese! We are also planning to hit the Shooting Star Saloon-Utah’s Oldest Saloon. I’ll post pix tonight. Until then here is a little Holiday teaser!