Did You Like to Write on a Chalkboard When You Were a Child?

Did you like to write on a Chalkboard when you were a child?  Well, if you did, you are going to love the chalkboard technique that I taught at my February Technique Tuesday class. The card  below uses Stampin' Up!'s Papaya Collage and Wacky Wishes stamp sets.

Stampin' Up! Chalkboard Technique Papaya Collage and Wacky Wished Jeannine Tarrio
 

and another:

Chalkboard technique child Stampin' Up!

 

Technique:  Chalkboard
Supplies:Basic Black card stock, Versamark Ink, White Craft Ink, White Embossing Powder, white colored pencil, Elegant Butterfly Punch and Bitty Butterfly Punch from Stampin' Up!'s 2013 Sprin Mini.
 

Feeling Sentimental

Feeling Sentimental

Wow!  This stamp set brought back memories, however, that will a subject of another post.  Below is another card I created for my January Card Buffet using Stampin’ Up!’s free Sale-a-bration stamp set Feeling Sentimental. I love the antique feel of this card.
 

Stampin' Up!'s free Sale-a-bration stamp set Feeling Sentimental Jeannne Tarrio

Feeling Sentimental

1.    Emboss Crumb Cake CS with Vintage Wallpaper folder and the Big Shot.  Sponge with Chocolate Chip and adhere to Chocolate Chip card.
2.    Stamp image on 2 ¾” x 3” Very Vanilla piece with Early Expresso and round corners with punch.
3.    Stamp Celebrate on Very Vanilla strip, then cut banner end on left side.
4.    Sponge edges on both Vanilla pieces.
5.    Attach image with Dimensionals to card.
6.    Use bone folder to curl the banner and attach to card with Mini Glue Dots.
 

A Reason to Smile in July

Stampin' Up! always gives us a reason to smile and Stampin' Up!'s limited edition Reason To Smile stamp set is not exception. In July this limited edition set could be purchased for only $5.00 with a minimum purchase. If you signed up for my mailing list then  you were sent an e-card with all the details.  The cute little milk carton below was cased from the Stampin' Up! flyer for this promotion. It was one of the  projects we made at my July club class.

Stampin' Up! A Reason to Smile stamp set Big Shol Milk Carton

I love the vintage look of the next club project using Everything Eleanor and  Layered Labels stamp sets.

Stampin' Up! Everything Eleanor Vintage Card Rock N Roll technique Jeannine Tarrio

On the last club card, I used only one stamp set, Summer Silhouettes to create this colorful card —  Designer Series Paper at bottom of card is Summer Smooches .

 

Stampin' Up! Summer Silhouettes from 2012-2013 Catalog Jeannine Tarrio
 

Masculine and WOW swaps at Convention

Here is my Masculine Card swap for Stampin' Up!'s convention today.

Stampin' Up! Best Dad Ever 2012 Stampin' Up! Convention Masculine card swap Jeannine Tarrio

Recipe:

Stamps:  Best Dad Ever

Card stock:  Midnight Muse 5 1/2" x 8 1/2", Crumb Cake 3" x 2 5/8" and 3" x 1 1/2"; Very Vanilla 2 3/4" x 2 3/8" and 2 3/4" x 1 1/4";  Comfort Cafe Designer Series Paper 4" x 4"

Ink:  Pool Party, Soft Suede, Crumb Cake and Midnight Muse

Accessories:   Linen Thread, Regals or Silver Brads, Stampin'  Dimensionals

 

Below is my Full Card WOW swap:

Stampin' Up! WOW 2012 Convention Full Card Swap Twisted Easel  Jeannine Tarrio

Recipe 

Recipe:

Stamps: Papaya Collage, Perfectly Penned,

 My  Friend

Card stock:  Daffodil Delight, Basic Black,

 Whisper White

Ink: Basic Black

Accessories:  ½” Scalloped Dotted Grosgrain

Ribbon, Itty Bitty Punch Pack,

 ¾” Circle Punch, Basic Rinestones,

Fancy Fold: Twisted Easel

Base: 4 ¼” x 11”, Score 5 ½” and score diagonal

 from top right to left side of middle score line

 Daffodil Delight

Second layer:  4 ¼” x 5 ½” Daffodil Delight

Third layer:  4” x  5 ¼” Basic Black

Forth Layer:  3 ¾” x 5” Whisper White

Mixed Blossom on Saving Cream Background

Today I can start sharing one of my SCS Creative Crew Challenge projects for March.  For this SCS challenge CCREW0312DF Design Focus I needed to use this color combination: Daffodil Delight, So Saffron, Blushing Bride and any neutral.  I used the shaving cream technique for the background. All supplies Stampin' Up!

Mixed Blossom on Shaving Cream Background Stampin' Up! Jeannine Tarrio

Stamps:  Mixed Bunch

Card Stock:  Whisper White, Crumb Cake, So Saffron, Blushing Bride

Ink:  Blushing Bride; Reinkers: Blushing Bride, SoSaffron and Daffodil Delight

Accessories:  3/4" Circle Punch, Blossom Punch, 1/8" Daffodil Delight Taffeta Ribbon, Large Pearl Basic Jewels, Small Powder Pal

Other:  craft stick, Shaving Cream, and plastic scraper 8" long from the paint department

This card is CAS and the Shaving Cream technique gives it just the right background.   You can check out other cards using this technique by typing Shaving Cream Technique into the search box on the left side bar of my blog.  Enjoy!

 

Take It to Heart and the Big Shot

I have had so much fun playing with my new Stampin' Up! 2012 Occasions Mini items that I don't know which ones to post to my blog!  So, today's card is one I created with new product and left over scraps! 

 Stampin' Up! Take It to Heart, Big Shot Framelits 2012 Occasions Mini catalog Jeannine Tarrio

New:  Take It to Heart stamp set, Blushing Bride Pleated Satin Ribbon, Hearts Collection Framelits dies and Everyday Enchantment Brads (SAB). 

  Take It to Heart - Clear-Mount Stamp

 
Take It To Heart – Clear-Mount Stamp 125522
Regular Price: $26.61
 
Blushing Bride 3/8 Pleated Satin Ribbon Blushing Bride 3/8" Pleated Satin Ribbon

Regular Price: $7.72
Hearts Collection Framelits Dies Hearts Collection Framelits Dies

Regular Price: $29.94

Old:  the curved pink strips were left over from a stamp camp I have over a year ago.  The strips were left from the curved edges of the box template.  

As you can I see I very rarely through left overs away.  I have a 12 x 12 drawer that is getting full so I will have to start using them to make room for more.