When I received the Stampin Up holiday catalog and saw the sample on page 47, I knew I was going to order the Tee Hee Hee stamp set #135125 and use the sample as my inspiration. Today’s post is my version of the card. I used pool party ink and an aqua painter to create the sky. I then added the clothes line using a straight edge and the Stampin Up Project Life journaling pens. I stamped and hand cut out the hat, tights and dress before adding them to the clothes line with the super cute and tiny clothes pins. For the sentiment, I stamped it and then cut it out with the banners framelit #132173 and added a couple pieces of the 1/8 inch taffeta ribbon and matted it on a bigger banner. I was happy with the way it turned out and thought it was worth all the steps to complete the card.
Tag Archives: Tee Hee Hee
Today’s post is a “2-fer” post. I used the Tee Hee Hee #135125 stamp set from the Stampin Up Holiday catalog. I used the same color concept and layout on both cards but added the brooms on the card on the far left. The Tee Hee Hee stamp set is a polymer set and it makes alignment super simple without a stamp- a-ma-jig or pencil lines! I added the sentiment on the Chalk Talk Framelit #129983 and matted it with the Party Pennants Die #133732.
Today’s post is a cute gift tag I made for my Halloween workshop using the fabulously fun Tee Hee Hee stamp set #135125 from the Stampin Up holiday catalog. I just used 2 sizes of circles from the circle framelits and then stamped the images onto the white circle. I added a piece of the white and Tangerine Tango Two Toned Trim #135838 to make the tag hanger to attach to gift bag.
Today I am featuring another Halloween card using my favorite stamp set, Tee Hee Hee #135125 from the Stampin Up holiday catalog. This card was the Halloween card featured in my Merry Everything workshop that featured new items from the Stampin Up holiday catalog. I used traditional Halloween color scheme and a simple layout to create this card. All the witch components were stamped, cut out and then assembled to create a layered and a more realistic look.
For today’s post, I made custom Halloween gift wrap using white butcher block paper. I randomly stamped images from the super cute Stampin Up Tee Hee Hee stamp set #135125 from the Stampin Up holiday catalog. I repurpose some black and white non Stampin Up twine and affixed a tag made using the Merry Everything #137636 stamp set and coordinating Note Tag Punch #135860. The Merry Everything and Note Tag punch are a bundle and save item (wood #137635 and clear #135636). When Purchased together you save 15%.
Making custom gift wrap is a sure way to bring a smile to your recipients face and is super simple to do because it is just random stamping and a great way to use your stamps in a non traditional way.
For today’s post I created a card using the Tee Hee Hee #132125 stamp set to create the tag cut from the Scalloped Tag Topper #133324. I added the Tangelo Twist 3/8″ Stitched Satin Ribbon #133669 and the Old Olive Thick Baker’s Twine #135837 and sequins from the In Color Sequin Assortment #133631. I added the tag to the a traditional Halloween color scheme of retired DSP and brewed up a super cute and fun card.
… Like that is a bad thing. When I first saw the Tee Hee Hee #135125 stamp set in the Stampin Up holiday catalog, I knew I had to have it. I love Halloween and can justify almost anything when it comes to Halloween. Upon closer inspection of the catalog I noticed that the Tee Hee Hee stamp set was only available in polymer. How could my favorite stamp set be in polymer? I did not want to venture into the polymer stamp sets and was so sad when Stampin Up introduced them into their line. My previous experience with polymer stamps (from other companies) was never good. My stamped results were never crisp and I was afraid that the polymers fro Stampin Up would be the same and I was holding strong and not ordering them. That is until I caved and ordered the Tee Hee Hee set. I love the quality of the Stampin Up polymers and the fact that they come in a case so I guess I will now be ordering more!
On to the details of today’s card, I used the Back to Black DSP #133700 for the background paper. I cut a large circle using the Circle framelits #130911 and stamped the images with the Tee Hee Hee polymer stamp set. The alignment of the images was a snap with the polymer set.