Sealed with Love for Any Occasion

Stampin' Up!'s Sealed With Love stamp set isn't just for Valentine's Day.  It can be used for a birthday, anniversary, miss you, or just because card.

Jeannine Tarrrio Any Occasion Sealed with Love


Directions:
SEALED WITH LOVE
1.  Arrange DSP on cardfront making sure design is going in the right direction. Glue leaving 1/8” border. (Use 2  4" squares with 2 different patterns facing up. Cut diagonally  about 1' down from the top to about 1" up from the bottom.
2.  Stamp “sending love” in black. Then stamp hearts on either side. See sample.
3.  Die cut the stitched circle on white and the scalloped circle on red.
4.  Stamp saying in black on stitched circle. See sample. Then the lips in red by stamping off first.
5.  Glue adhere stamped circle to red circle and attach to card with one Stampin’ Dimensional.
6. Glue arrow to card.

Supplies:

Stamps: 

Sending Love (142815, photopolymer)

Paper:

Whisper White Cardstock (100730)

Sending Love Designer Series Paper Stack (142733)

Real Red Cardstock (102482)

Ink:

Memento Black (132708)

Real Red (126949)

Accesories:

Big Shot (143263)

Layering Circles Framelits (141705)

Stitched Shapes Framelits (145372)

Love Notes Framelits Dies (142752) Or save 10% if you buy Sealed with Love Bundle (144705) which includes stamp set and framelits.  Watch for bundle discounts throut the catalog.

 

 


Posted on : Feb 27 2017
Posted under Birthday, Cards, Friend, Valentine, Wedding / Anniversary |

Paisleys & Posies and Copper – Okay I admit it!

Okay I have to admit that I skipped over Stampin' Up!'s Paisleys & Posies stamp set.  I did not intend to buy it, no way.  It remined me of the THAT pant suit I made out of blue paisley fabric.  At the time I made it, I thought it was beautiful (I can't imagine what I was thinking). Now when I remember , it was heideous!   Well fast forward to last week — my team member Carol M-C got together and stamped and she brought her new demo sets.  Well there was the Paislely & Posies stamp set.  Well I am not one to back down from a challenge, in fact, I do my best work when I have a limited # of supplies and concentrate on making everyone love it. Well I think I accomplished my goal, now I love it and it will be on my next order!
So you must be waiting to see how I could make anyone love this stamp?  Wait no more here it is:

Stampin' Up! Jeannine Tarrio Paisley & Posies

 

Straight on view:

Paisley & Posies front

 

 


I also made two other cards with this set which I will post later and I love them all.  I think the secret was adding the Copper Foil paper.  I struggled with the colors and their design until I added the Copper Foil to the mix.  Beautiful and all the colors work.  Thanks for stopping by my blog and if you have any questions or comments, please add them in the comment section below.

 


Posted on : Aug 18 2016
Posted under Cards, Fall, Friend, Religious, Thanksgiving Day |

Stampin’ Up! 2016 Annual Catalog Blog Hop

Maine Stampin' Up! Demonstrators Blog Hop Jeannine Tarrio


Welcome to our Maine Demonstrators Stampin' Up! Blog Hop.  You should  have arrived here from my friend and team member, Carrie Arsenault's blog.  I hope you are enjoying this sneak preview of Stampin' Up!'s new 2016-2017 Annual Catalog.  This hop will go live  Wednesday, May 25th at 7 pm.  If you reach any of participating blogs before 7pm the links may not have been activated yet.  Leave a comment along the way to let us know you enjoyed the blog hop.
I am using the coordinating Painter's Palette stamp set  for both of my cards.  The first card uses the Painter's Palette stamp set which is part of the Playful Palette suite (coordinating mettalic thread, baker's twine, washi tape, stamps, and paper). Wahoo!

Stampin' Up!, Jeannine Tarrio, Painters Palette


Supplies:
Stamp:  Painter's Palette – Wood 141907, clear 141910
Cardstock:  Emerald Envy  – 141415  cut 5 1/4" x 10 1/2"  score at 5 1/4"; Whisper White – 100730 ' cut 3 1/2" x 2 1/2"; and Plalyful Palette Designer Series Paper Stack – 141657 cut 2 each 3/4" x 4", 3/4" x 5", and 3" x  4".
Ink:  Basic Black – 140931, Peekaboo Peach – 141398, Flirty Flamingo – 141397, Sweet Sugarplum – 141395, Emerald Envy – 141396
Accessories:   3/8" Rauched Reekaboo Peach Ribbon – 141427, Metallics Sequin Assortment – 138390
Fancy Fold: Center Step Card

Angled view:

PlayfulPalette2

The second card uses 2 new stamp sets: Pop of Paradise and Confetti Celebration. I think the flamingo adds a "playful" addition to the card.

Pop Of Paradis, Jeanine Tarrio, Maine Demonstrator

 

Close up:

Puffed technique, Jeannine Tarrio, Confetti Celebration

 

Supplies:
Stamps:  Pop of Paradise – 142034, Confetti Celebration – 142034
Cardstock: Shimmery White – 101910, Sweet Sugarplum – 141418, Playful Palette Designer Series Paper Stack – 141657
Ink:  Stazon Jet Black – 101406, Flirty Flamingo – 141397, Daper Denim – 141394, Basic Black Marker – 100082, Pool Party reinker – 122933
 Accessories: Stampin' Spritzer  – 126185, Metallics Sequin Assortment – 138390, Stampin' Dimensionals – 104430, Stampin' Pierce Mat – 126199, Aqua Painter – 103954, Mini Glue Dots – 103683
Non SU:  Alcohol for spritzer
Technique: Puffed balloons


I hope you have enjoyed seeing my projects .  Please click on the next blog arrow below to go to my friend, and fellow demonstrator, Tracey Roy's blog.

Stampin'Up! Jeannine Tarrio Maine Demonstrator

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks for stopping. If you have any questions regarding products or projects, please don't hesitate to contact me.  If you are one of my customers and don't have the new catalog yet, contact me.  If you are one of my online customers, you should be receiving yours shortly.  The catalogs were mailed from the supplier a couple weeks ago.


Posted on : May 25 2016
Posted under 2016 Annual Catalog, Birthday, Cards, Friend |

Are You in Love With the Stampin’ Up! In-Colors?

I am, however, if you are not now, you will be, as these colors definitely grow on you the more you use them. Here is my Stampin' Up! 2015-2017 In-Color Bookmark that club members made Tuesday:

Stampin' Up! 2015-2017 In-Color Bookmark Jeannine Tarrio

2015-2017 In-Colors

We also, created a card and envelope using brand new products from Stampin' Up!'s 2015-2016 catalog.

Stampin' Up! Envelope Paper and You've Got This stamp Jeannine Tarrio

New Envelope Paper sample

The above cards use Watermelon Wonder and Tip Top Taupe cardstock, 1" Dotted Lace Trim Watermolon Wonder, Sahara Sand 7/8" Lace Trim, You've Got This stamp set, and Envelope Paper.


Posted on : Jun 11 2015
Posted under 3-D Items, Cards, Friend, Thinking of You |

Irresistibly Yours Butterflies

I have a quick post for your today using Stampin' Up!'s free Sale-a-bration paper called Irresistibly Yours and Butterfly Basics stamp set from Stampin' Up!'s 2015 Occasions catalog.

Stampin' Up! Irresistibly Yours Butterfly Basics card Jeannine Tarrio Maine Demonstrator

 

The Wisteria Wonder Background was created with the Bordering Blooms stamp set and the saying is from Stampin' Up!'s new Occasions catalog stamp set called Butterfly Basics.  Now the fun part of this card is using Irresistibly Yours Specialty Designer Series Paper from Stampin' Up!'s Sale-a-bration brochure and you get it free with a qualifying purchase of $50 net product!!  This is a white paper with a glossy white pattern which is perfect for coloring.  I used a sponge and Soft Sky Classic ink, however, you can spritz it or use a roller to roll on the color.

Now you want to know how you can get the paper free?  It's easy, just place a $50 net product order from my online store or directly with me and and you can choose this 12 x 12 paper pack or any of the other wonderful products in the Sale-a-bration catalog.

I am going to be getting my stamping projects ready and plan to be stamping for the next couple of day while the blizzard is in progress. Always a good side to everything – stamping with no interrruptions.


Posted on : Jan 26 2015
Posted under Birthday, Cards, Friend, Get Well and Sympathy, Thank You, Thinking of You, Uncategorized |

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