Want to add texture to your cards or projects? How about adding Embossing Paste? Texture made easy!
Stampin’ Up! trainer, Brandi, shows you just how easy it is to add texture and interest to your papercrafting projects using our brand-new Embossing Paste.
Now the questions is…to paste or not to paste! How will you add texture to your next project?
Everybody needs a quick option for wrapping Christmas goodies and gifts this time of year, so you’ll want to stock up on the Gusseted Cellophane Bags (item 142001). Just pop a treat or gift into the bag and simply add a ribbon and tag to dress it up. These food-safe 6″ x 17″ bags come in packs of 25.
How will you fill your bag?
Paper Pumpkin’s September Kit included Test Tube Treats and I immediately thought of a Test Tube Holder video I saw a few years ago from Lisa Somerville. This was the perfect time to make an updated video so check it out below after the measurements and product List.
Measurements (in inches):
– Card Stock: Chocolate Chip 4″x 11″
– Score Lines at Landscape position:
½”, 1¾”, 4¼” and 5½”
– Score Lines at Portrait position:
1¼” and 2¾”
– Score Lines at Landscape position
Score at 8″ down to the scoreline, skip over the middle section and continue scoring down to the end
– Upper Panel
Card Stock 1-3/8″ x 2-7/8″
Designer Series Paper 1-1/4″ x 2-3/4″
– Lower Panel
Card Stock 1-3/8″ x 2-3/8″
Designer Series Paper 1-1/4″ x 2-1/4″
– Side Panels (2)
Card Stock 1-1/8″ x 2-3/8″
Designer Series Paper 1″ x 2-1/4″
In addition to the September 2106 Paper Pumpkin Test Treat Tube kit:
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This month’s Paper Pumpkin has Test Tubes! You can make so many cute favors and gifts using test tubes, this was very popular a few years ago and like most things they come back. You get 16, yes 16 test tubes in this kit. That’s what I love about Paper Pumpkin, they never skimp on the amount of products. This is a perfect time to subscribe to Paper Pumpkin because there’s a BOGO! It’s going to end soon so don’t delay.
Take a look at the video below to see how easily everything comes together.
I’m going to work on my video for this week and it’s going to be a Test Tube Holder so that you can display your awesome test tubes. Take a look at my YouTube Channel and subscribe.
With the Ready Pop Bundle you can create adorable 3D items for any occasion. Creativity pops when you have the right tools! See how easy it is to create your own treat packaging with the Popcorn Box Thinlits Dies and the Big Shot.
You can purchase these products on my online store separately or in a bundle and save 10%!
It’s been a while since the Stampin’ Amigas have been together as a whole group so yesterday was the day! It was 7 hours of catching up and lots of laughs, some food, some drinks, and of course stamping and crafting! Below are a few pictures we managed to capture.
First the food and drinks!
Now the cards and crafts
This was my card. I love the new Pineapple stamp and the Boho Chic embossing folder complements it very well!
Patti Sharkey had us make these awesome huge flowers. I’m going to make a few in the new Stampin’ Up! In Colors to display in my mall classes.
Iina Lee’s card. I love the layout and I will be using it for one of my upcoming Stamp-A-Stacks.
Debra LaFountaine’s card. Debra gave us the option of making the Dotted Line or Flower version, I choose the flowers!
Cyndra Alderman’s card. Cyndra showed us how the same design can be used with different layouts.
Caught up in the fun of making those huge flowers!
I love the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits but did you know they come in a Skinny Size too? Make a few Skinny Mini Treat Bags with the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits dies, a Big Shot and your favorite Designer Series Paper. These skinny mini treat bags are cute and so fun to give to away.
Make beautiful flowers out of Stampin’ Up! Cotton Paper. In this video Bonnie used the Floral Frames Collection Framelits to cut the flower shapes, but you could use any flower shaped punch or framelits made by Stampin’ Up!
I haven’t done a Side Step Card in a very long time and thought it was time to teach this technique again. I had 9 wonderful ladies show up for my class this morning. They all made 3 cards each, Halloween, Fall & Christmas, I just wanted to show how versatile this card type can be. Basically you need to let your imagination run wild with this one and you can make some pretty awesome cards! Here are the cards they made.
Now up close and personal!
Get inventive and create your own side step card. If you want the details on how to make this just leave me a comment below. Don’t forget to send me your creations!
I made the Witch Hat from the Witching Décor Project Kit and I have to say it was a lot of fun to make! It took my about an hour and 45 minutes and it looks just as good as the catalog version, what do you think?
Watch the video below to learn how to put it together.