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Posted on November 8, 2017

Ladies Night Out Fall Workshop

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Hey stampers! Today I wanted to give you a peek inside my recent Ladies Night Out Fall Workshop. These events provide fun, make and take projects,, fellowship and, of course, plenty of food! This one was hosted by one of my longtime customers. She likes to get her friends together once a quarter so I can show them all the latest Stampin' Up! products and techniques.

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Doesn't this look like so much fun?!!

Another way you can stamp with me in a fun way is to take one of my Facebook LIVE classes! You can join me as I am teaching, or watch anytime at your convenience. Once you purchase the class, you have lifetime access! My latest class, Christmas Quilt Cards, will teach you three different cards using this fantastic new bundle. Here are the projects I will teach:

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See more info about my Facebook LIVE event and register HERE.

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Posted on October 12, 2017

Painted Harvest Facebook Online Class Is Tonight!

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Hello stampers! My Painted Harvest Facebook Online Class is tonight! Time is running out to sign up. You can attend this class LIVE tonight, watch at your leisure whenever convenient for you…or BOTH! You will have lifetime access.

Painted Harvest Facebook Online Class Is Tonight!

You can find out all the details HERE. Hope to see you tonight! 🙂

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Posted on September 25, 2017

Elegant Kitty Using Stampin’ Up! Cat Punch

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Hey stampers and welcome! Today's project is an Elegant Kitty using Stampin' Up! Cat Punch. While this punch has been used a lot for Halloween themed cards and gift packages, other project ideas are endless! In this card, the focal image is a black cat punched from the Spooky Night Designer Series Paper, using the Cat punch. Instructions and supplies used will be at the end of the post…enjoy!

Elegant Kitty Using Stampin' Up! Cat Punch

Stampin' Up! products coordinate so beautifully! From our colors to punches to embellishments and tools, we have it all. If you've never browsed through one of our catalogs, take a look at these short videos that showcase several coordinating product “bundles” in our most recent Creativity Delivered Holiday Catalog.

Merry Little Christmas Suite

 

Ready For Christmas Bundle

Quilted Christmas Suite

If you like these products, I'm hosting a Facebook “LIVE” class on October 5 t 7:00 pm CST teaching three projects using this Painted Harvest Stamp Set, one of the most popular products in the Holiday Catalog.

Elegant Kitting Using Stampin' Up! Cat Punch

My classes are a lot of fun and I'd love to have you join; click here to find out more. Here are the projects I'll be teaching. During the class I'll also be sharing many helpful tips and techniques to help you with your stamping proficiency.

 

Registration is Now Open for my NEW Painted Harvest Online Class

Thanks for popping in today and here are the Elegant Kitty Using Stampin' Up! Cat Punch instructions:

Supplies:

  • Card Stock – Whisper White (100730), Basic Black (121045), Spooky Nights DSP (144610)
  • Stamp Pads – Versamark (102283)
  • Misc. Glue Dots (103683), Dimensionals (104430), Liquid Glue (110755), Big Shot (143263), Garden Trellis Embossing Folder (143741), Heat Tool (129053), Clear Embossing Powder (109130), Rhinestones (144220), Basic Black 3/8” Ribbon (144129)

Measurements:

  • Card Stock 1:  Basic Black 8 ½ x 5 ½, Scraps
  • Card Stock 3: Whisper White 4 x 5 1/4

Instructions:

  1. Using the Big Shot and Garden Trellis embossing folder, emboss Whisper White layer.  Tack Ribbon to backside and then adhere to card front using Mono Glue.  Tie your bow.
  2. Using the Cat Punch, punch two basic black cats and adhere the first cat using Mono Liquid Glue and the second cat using dimensionals.  Punch out the third cat from the Spooky Nights DSP .
  3. Using Versamark ink, ink cat and then emboss using the heat tool and Clear embossing powder.  Adhere on top of the other layered cats.
  4. Adhere rhinestones for the elegant kitty’s choker collar.
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Posted on September 22, 2017

Registration is Now Open for my NEW Painted Harvest Online Class

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Drum roll please…registration is now open for my new Painted Harvest Online Class. This Stampin' Up! stamp set is one of the hottest new fall products from our Holiday Catalog. Launched as a seasonal, fall stamp set, all the images can be used for practically any occasion, not just autumn! I'm so excited to offer this class to teach you three projects and loads of tips for using this uh-maazing set!

Registration is Now Open for my NEW Painted Harvest Online Class

I'll be teaching this class on Facebook LIVE on October 5, 2017 at 7:00 pm CST. You can watch it then OR, since you'll have lifetime access once you purchase, you can watch anytime and as many times as you like!

REGISTER FOR THE PAINTED HARVEST CLASS NOW!

Once you register, I'll send you the link to join the secret Facebook group. Click on the link and then “join group”. I'll approve you into the group and that's it! You'll be ready to participate in the fun!

If you'd like to stamp along with me during the class, you can purchase this stamp set by itself or save 10% and purchase the bundle, which also includes a leaf punch. During the class I'll be showing a bonus card that shows you a fun idea for the punch.

Click on a picture below to order any of these products.

Questions? Email me: anne@stampmaven.com. Can't wait to see you “LIVE” on October 5th!

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Posted on September 20, 2017

12 Weeks Of Halloween Week 5 – Happy Owloween

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Hey stampers! It's hard for me to totally get into the Halloween spirit when it's 90 degrees outside, but I'm giving it a good try! My project for you today is 12 Weeks of Halloween Week 5 – Happy Owloween. I'm going to have to find a way to keep using this adorable little owl after Halloween because he is just too cute to file away!

12 Weeks Of Halloween Week 5 - Happy Owloween

You'll find full instructions at the end of the post, but I wanted to point out a few things. The focal point of this little treat bag is made from our Spooky Night Designer Series Paper (DSP).  There are so many fun patterns and the orange and black cats can be punched out using the Cat Punch; easy peasy!

12 Weeks Of Halloween Week 5 - Happy Owloween

I just took one of the 12 x 12 sheets, chopped it up into 3 x 3 pieces and then simply stamped the owl on top. I used Basic Gray ink (which made the owl lighter than the black tree branch) so I didn't even have to mask the tree. The owl blended right in. If you aren't sure how to mask, click here to see an earlier post where I explain the technique. While there is a image in this stamp set for the beak and feet, I found it easier to use a Pumpkin Pie marker right on the image and color.

I cut little slivers of Pumpkin Pie Cardstock to create the curls inside the top of the bag. The Stampin' Up! Paper Trimmer works great for this and then I used the end of a pencil to curl the paper. Another tip; you can make this project as is, or use the design for cards.

Supplies:

  • Stamp Set Spooky Cat (P-144749)
  • Stamp Pads – Archival Gray (140932) Black (140931) Stamp Pad
  • Cardstock – Pumpkin Pie (105117)
  • Misc. – Spooky Night Designer Series Paper (DSP) (144610), SNAIL Adhesive (104331), Stampin Dimensionals, Big Shot (143263), Mini Treat Bag Thinlits (137547), Magnetic Platform (130658), Black Rhinestone Jewels (144639), 5/8” Burlap Ribbon, Linen Thread (104199), Wood Textures DSP Stack (144171), Pumpkin Pie Marker (131259-Brights set), Black Marker (131261 – Neutral Set), Tear & Tape Adhesive (138995), Stampin’ Trimmer (126889)

Measurements:

  • Spooky DSP: 3” x 3” of orange piece with black tree
  • Wood Textures DSP: two of the same piece
  • Burlap Ribbon: 10”
  • Linen Thread: 8”

Instructions:

  1. Cut Spooky DSP piece/s at 3” between every tree piece (you will end up with 16 pieces per DSP sheet)
  2. Stamp owl using Gray ink so feet are resting on tree branch.
  3. Stamp“happy owloween” onto owl using black ink.
  4. Using Pumpkin Pie marker, color in beak and feet. Using black marker, color in white around eyes. Attach small black rhinestone into center of each eye. Set aside.
  5. Cut out Treat bag using Mini Treat Bag Thinlits and put together using Tear & Tape Adhesive.
  6. Put one Stampin Dimensional on each corner on the back of stamped DSP square and adhere to bag front.
  7. Thread piece of Burlap Ribbon around bag, through owl piece and tie linen thread into a bow around ends of burlap. Trim off as desired.
  8. Attach three black rhinestones to bottom of bag.
  9. Cut 8-10 1/8” strips of Pumpkin Pie Cardstock. Roll around end of a pencil to create a curled piece.
  10. Put SNAIL on one end of curled pieces and attach to inside of bag. You might need to re-curl strips once strips are positioned.

I hope you'll give this 12 Weeks Of Halloween Week 5 – Happy Owloween project a try! If you've missed my other Halloween projects,  you can start here for Week 1 and then scroll through. I have lots of great projects, tips and techniques in older posts!

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