I have had a lot of fun playing with the Perfect Mix stamp set and paring it with the Succulent Garden DSP (No longer available). Both items were in the Stampin Up Occasions Catalog and on the retirement list but it looks as if the Succulent Garden DSP has sold out. The background DSP is from the Succulent Garden DSP collection and then I created a strip of crumb cake cardstock and randomly stamped the images from the stamp set and then stamped the mixing bowl and spoon, colored them and hand cut it out and placed it on the card to make a geat birthday card.
The Succulent Garden DSP was on the Retirement List along with the Perfect Mix stamp set ad other ith a lot of other great products are on the Stampin Up Retirement List and are discounted. The items on the Retirement List are only available while supplies last or May 31st which ever comes first; so be sure to check it out and order sooner than later!
Today’s post is a fabulous journal that Cammie made using the Stampin Up kraft journal #135718 as the base. Cammie always has a fresh journal in her purse, car, house to keep herself organized. She also likes to give them as gifts so she always makes them so she has a few on hand.
This journal has a pool party base layer that is silver embossed using the Stampin Up Gorgeous Grunge stamp set #130517. The rest of the journal was designed using the now retired Sale-a-bration products: Irresistibly Yours DSP cut into a banner and sponged with pear pizazz ink to reveal the white embossed leaves on the DSP. The other banner was stamped with versa mark using the Stampin Up Happy Thing stamp set and then embossed with silver embossing powder. She finished the journal by adding the sentiment multiple times across the bottom of the journal in random pattern.
Filed under 3D Item, Journal
Happy Birthday goes out to our sweet niece Elizabeth who is 16 years old today.
For today’s post Cammie used the Witches Brew DSP #132185 from the Stampin Up holiday catalog to create a super fun and dark journal for her brother. The cover DSP was perfect for the journal and besides embossing the initials on the cover there was nothing more to do.
Inside the cover Cammie used the First Edition DSP and then made a pocket and decorated it with the Toil and Trouble stampset #131727. The back cover was covered with the another piece of DSP from the Witches Brew DSP collection.
What a quick and fun way to transform a simple composition journal into a fun piece!
Cammie is famous for creating something wonderful out of ordinary objects and today’s post is no exception to that. She took an ordinary composition book and dressed it up using DSO from StampinUp to create our Bright Ideas journals complete with ribbon and charm bookmarks. The light bulb was created using various Stampin Up punches. I absolutley love my journal.
As you saw from yesterdays post, composition books are fun to decorate into a work of art to use for yourself or make great gifts. Cammie loves to make the composition books. This one is beautiful and very detailed – check out the pearls in the spine. This book is done using the retired night and day paper coupled with the Grow stamp from Convention 2011.
It’s that time of year again….. Back to school and that means composition books are on sale Yeah! Had to post this absolutely adorable art journal that the super uberly talented Yvonne Crook from Tulsa OK shared with me. The products are all SU but are retired or scraps that Yvonne used to create this journal.
Lets have some back to school fun and leave a comment for your favorite school supply. I bet most people have more than 1 favorite.