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Posted on April 17, 2014

Nesting Framelits Card

Classes and Events

On this last class sample card, I wanted to point out the DSP “frame” around  the red banner. It's a little hard to tell, but there is a cut-out window on the front of the card, and the red banner is on the inside. The DSP “frame” was created by nesting together two of the framelits from the Banners Framelits Dies and the banner “window” was also created with one of the framelits.

I'd love to know which card from our class you've most enjoyed seeing…leave me a comment on this post and tell me.

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Posted on April 16, 2014

Gift Card Holder

Classes and Events

Another sample….I am so sad this Fresh Prints Designer Series Paper Stack is going away…maybe it will end up in the new 2014-2015 Catalog!

This gift card holder was a little project we added for our class. It uses two banner pieces cut from the Banners Framelits and the rose on front is 2 spirals cut with the Spiral Flowers Original Die; I love the two-toned look on the rose.

To see all the products available in the Celebrate the Everyday Occasions Spring Catalog, click here.

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Posted on April 14, 2014

Party Banner


This week I'll finish sharing the projects from our girls, INK “Celebrate The Everyday” class. This banner was created using several products from Stampin' Up!'s Occasions Catalog:  Perfect Pennants Framelits, Fresh Prints Designer Series Paper Stack, and the Spiral Flowers Original Die. You'll probably notice some Burlap Ribbon, too. This banner is so easy to put together; let me just give you a few tips that will make assembling your roses a snap:

Break down the fibers in your cardstock by using a bone folder or pencil. Just run the tool over the paper several times and you will feel it soften. Start rolling your flower using the end of a pencil and then once you have a solid center started, go ahead a remove the pencil and keep forming the flower. Lastly, use a hot glue gun to attach the flower petals to the small circle at the end. If you don't, the flower could come apart easily.

Did you think the letters forming “WISH” were stamped? They're not! They were created using Stampin' Up!'s My Digital Studio Software, by filling in a punch. If you have not looked into the fabulous product, you just might want to give a look:

Check out my Digital Studio Software

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