Thursday, November 11, 2010

Demonstrator Starter Kit 50% Off!

What do you call it when you get over $310 in crafting and business supplies for only $87.50? Call it Simply Amazing! From November 15-30, you can purchase either the Standard or Digital+Starter Kits at 50% off the regular retail price of $175 (plus free shipping!), and enjoy these great benefits as a Stampin' Up! demonstrator.

  • Earn additional income while sharing creativity.
  • Make new and lasting friendships.
  • Enjoy access to nearly unlimited creative ideas.
  • Receive a free subscription to an exclusive monthly magazine.
  • Receive two free months subscription to your own business website.
  • Opportunity to earn free products and incentive trips.




Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Same Layout, Different Colors

These two Christmas cards are the same except for the colors I used. I participated in a swap and was debating between these two. Guess which one won.....yes, the espresso and cherry cobbler card. My favorite color is brown and I use it A LOT on my cards and projects!

I ran the top layer of the card through the Northern Flurry Embossing Folder and then sponged the snowflakes with white craft ink and added the pearls. I placed a strip of sticky strip across the card and then adhered the seam binding by gathering and folding. Merry Christmas was stamped and then punched out with the decorative label punch.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Christmas Stamp-a-Stack

Below are pictures of Christmas cards that will be made at my upcoming Stamp-a-Stack class. Many of them were inspired by other stampers.
Scroll all the way down for a last Halloween project:) I know, it's November, but I didn't get it posted earlier!

This is a 1 x 1 1/4 Simply Adorned Charm. The great thing about the charms is that you can make inserts and switch them out. You can always have a necklace that matches your outfit! I made this Halloween insert and wore it to Noah's Halloween party. Many people commented on it. I just did a swap, so I will show you some other fabulous inserts in the future. Would you like a class on this?