October 1 through 31 , you can buy three packages of Designer Series Paper and get one free! This sale includes Designer Series Paper from both the annual catalog and the recently released holiday catalog (not including Specialty Designer Series Paper or Designer Series Paper Stacks).
Today’s template, enjoy!
Why throw away scraps when they’re this pretty? Instead, use them up on this great card design. It’s like a sampler of Designer Series Paper! Use designs from one collection, or mix and match for more possibilities.
Click on the upper right hand side link to order and get your Free Designer Series Paper! Remember to use the October Hostess Code and download your
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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:
Posted in 3D Samples/Projects, Paper Pumpkin
Tagged Box Making, Clear Stamps, crafts, creative crafts, DIY, Easy Card, Favors, Handmade Crafts, How to make a box, How to video, Paper Crafts, Rubber Stamps, Stamp Class, Stamp Classes, Stampin Up, Stampin'Up, Stampin’Up Tutorials, Stamping, Stamping All Night Long, Stamping Classes, Stamping Techniques, Stamping Tutorials, Test Tube, Test Tube Favor, Test Tube Holder, Test Tube Treat, Test Tube Treat Holder, Treat Holder, Unleash your creative side, Unleashing your creative side, Wanda Smith
I promise when I started working on my cards there was a clean table there. How do I make such a mess and spread it out so much?
You now have a sneak peek of one of cards for World Card Making Day. Now it’s time for bed since it’s after midnight and I work in the morning.
I made this quick and easy Pine Bough Glitter card using two products from the 2016 Holiday Catalog. To make it glitter I used Gold Wink of Stella, take a look at the video below to see how it’s done.
Card Stock used:
– Basic Black for the card base 5-1/2 x 5-1/2, scored at 4-1/4
– Whisper White, 2 pieces cut at 5-1/4 x 4
Posted in Holiday, Holidays, Videos
Tagged #StampingAllNightLong, Christmas card, embossing folder, gold wink of stella, Holiday card, Holiday Greetings, Pine Bough, Pine Bough Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Stampin Up, Stamping, Stamping All Night Long, Suite Seasons, Wanda Smith, wink of stella
I recently had a Team Meeting and I had them make this awesome Detailed Santa card. I love, love love the Detailed Santa Thinlits Die! I wanted to share this card and how to make it so it became my next video! I hope you love it as much as I do.
First here’s the list all card stock measurements:
– Whisper White Thick Card Stock: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2
– Basic Black Card Stock: 5-1/4 x 4
– Whisper White Card Stock for Detailed Santa: 3-3/4 x 3-3/4
– Red Glimmer Paper: 3-3/4 x 3-3/4
– Whisper White Card Stock for Banner: 3 x 2
Posted in Holidays, Videos
Tagged #StampingAllNightLong, Christmas card, Detailed Santa, Glimmer Paper, Greetings from Santa, Handmade Christmas, Holiday, Holiday card, Holiday Catalog, Stampin'Up, Stamping All Night Long
I recently shared this card in a previous video introducing the Thoughtful Branches Limited Bundle, but now I have a video showing you how it’s done! This is my first video! It took me a while to get one done because I had to learn how to edit and not drag on too long. My biggest obstacle was the lighting, the best light is natural light and I it was hard for me to schedule time when the light was good.
Well here’s a list of all products I used and and all the dimensions/cutting sizes to make this card.
- Old Olive cut at 5-1/2 x 8 1/2 and scored at 4-1/4
- Basic Black cut at 5-1/4 x 4
- Whisper White (2 pieces) cut at 5 x 3-3/4
- Whisper White cut at 3×3 for Tree Top
- Early Espresso cut at 3×3 for Tree Branches
I held my monthly Technique Class this past Saturday and I taught my stampers how to use templates for sponging clouds, hills and mounds. We used the Foxy Friends stamp set and here is the finished card.
Here’s a look of the inside.
I also made another sample (unfinished) and popped up the fox’s head at an angle, I kind of like it!
Maybe this should be my first video tutorial, what do you think?
For a limited time, you can get the exclusive Thoughtful Branches bundle. You will be able to order the bundle between August 2 and 31 (while supplies last). That’s just in time for you to use your Bonus Days coupons!
In addition to taking advantage of your Bonus Days Coupons I will send everyone who orders the Thoughtful Branches stamp set instructions to make the samples in the class below.
I’ve been dying to work with the “Beautiful Ride” stamp set from the 2016 Occasions Catalog but never got around to it. Then I recently watched a video from Stamping School which showed a cute layout but I didn’t have all the materials so I improvised using a simpler layout I found on Pintrest from Brian King. Combining the two ideas with simple but colorful Designer Series Paper I came up with this card.
I used a piece of Window Sheet for the windows as Linda Heller did in her video but I added Wink of Stella and it gave it a wet look…I kind of like it!
I think it’s a great simple card so I’m going to use this layout and embellish it a little for an anniversary card I’m going to give to my husband. I’ll post it as soon as I’m done. Below are the products I used to make this card.
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!