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I was at a craft convention and saw a card with a pull down window ( I don't know what else to call it) and it had a pile of kittens. This is my version of that card using Stampin' Up! products.
This is the card with the wiindow pulled down:
I used Stampin' Up!'s Verticle Greetings stamp set and Stampin' Up!'s Pretty Kitty stamp set. My window piece is about 2 1/2" x 5" scored at 1/4" on three sides and a 1/2 circle punched at the bottom. You can make the window holder and pull down any size by working your dimensions out from the opening. You just need to allow about a 3/8" border around the opening on 3 sides and score. On the bottom end leave 1/2" and punch 1/2 a circle. Then allowing a 1/4" tab for adhering with Tear Tape, cut cardstock or Designer Series Paper.
I also stamped a kitty and saying on the inside.
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This was one of the cards I created for my June clubs. I combined Stampin' Up!'s Jar of Love with Birthday Banners to create my card.
It is a shaker card and is so much fun to make. I used the brights sequins and the Confetti Punch for the inside of the jar. Also, window sheets and Stampin' Up!'s new Foam Adhesive Strips.
I inked and sponged Stampin' Up!'s Brick Wall Embossing Folder to create the background for my sparkly hydrangea card. Using the clear Wink of Stella pen over the stamped petals. The die cut flower is popped up with Stampin' Dimensionals. And I found a happy birthday that fits perfectly in the "brick".
Stamps: Thoughtful Branches, Best Birds
Cardstock: Whisper White, Emerald Envy, Peekaboo Peach, Sahara Sand, retired DSP
Ink: Emerald Envy, Peekaboo Peach, Soft Sky
Accessories: Peekaboo Peach Ruched Ribbon, 2016-2018 In-Color Enamel Shapes, Layering Ovals Framelits Dies, Copper Metallic Thread, Stampin Dimensionals, Tombow MultiPupose Glue, Snail Adhesive
Once you read my post you will understand the title. I haven't blogged much lately, so I am trying to catch up on my Stamping Up! project/card items. All my pictures (okay, most of my items) have been photographed before I gave them away . So I will be trying to catch up and all projects will have some details, but not as elaborate as if there were only one project.
First, Happy 4th of July! I created my basket from a Stampin' Up! Whisper White envelope. It is quick and easy to make.
Next Mother's Day basket.
Last Flower basket – You are awesome.
These baskets could hold jewelry, chocolate, gift card or whatever you choose. It could also be used for a Birthday, thank you or get well basket.
Medium Whisper White Envelopes (107301)
Decorative Label Punch # 120907, Note Tag Punch or Lg Tag Punch (both retired) any of these punches will work for the handles.
INSTRUCTIONS for Mother's Day Basket::
1. Seal envelope. On the shorter side punch on the right side with the Note Tag Punch. Turn envelope over right to left and punch on the right side. See photos 1 & 2.
2. Stamp background: Lace and leaves.
3. Stamp greeting on envelope.
4. Stamp butterfly on Whisper White scrap and fussy cut. Adhere next to greeting with Mini Glue Dot.
5. Stamp flowers using matching ink and cardstock, then punch out. Use Mini Glue Dots to adhere flowers together and adhere to envelope “basket”.
6. Add a rhinestone to flower centers and two rhinestones to butterfly.
7. Tie Sahara 7/8” Lace Trim to “basket” handle.
This is one of the many alternate ways to use your Stampin' Up! envelopes.
Have a safe and happy 4th.
I like to do special things with my Stampin' Up! team through out the year, so instead of a regular team meeting, I held a full day of stamping, eating and laughing!! We used new products which you will be able to purchase starting June 1st, yes, that is Tuesday. So get your catalog out and start making your list. Here are some of the photos:
Cake gifts above – after lunch everyone chose a piece of "cake" which had a number on the bottom that corresponded to a number on the back of a gift.
Grand prize basket, won by Carrie, and sample cards made by my team members.
Plenty of room and excellent lighting.
This is a project I created for all team members to make.
Close up of the balloons.
Would you like to attend my fun meetings each month and enjoy a day like this? Well you can, just sign up to become a Stampin' Up! demonstrator under me and you will be a member of my Maine Stamper Team automatically. Sign up in June and you will get two extra free stamp sets from the new catalog from Stampin' Up! in addition to the $125.00 worth of Stampin' Up! products that you choose and over $40 worth of business supplies for only $99.00 plus sales tax – shipping is free. Our next Maine Stampers Demonstator meeting is June 12th. Contact me with any questions or just click the join now button this website or at my online store: www.jeanninetarrio.stampinup.net Hope to see you next month.