Thursday, August 20, 2009

Halloween Stamp Camp Projects

I sent out an e-mail about my upcoming stamp camp for Halloween and a few of you couldn't open the e-mail. So below is a picture of the projects we will be completing.
The triangle box opens up so you can put a treat in it. You can also put a treat in the envelope and the other project is a cupcake topper. Don't forget that the class is on September 5th, I believe that is the first Saturday of September. The cost is $10, so if you are attending please have your fee to me by September 27th. Thanks for looking

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Stamp Sets for Sale - $5 Blowout!

Hi Everyone,
If you're are interested the stamp sets pictured above are for sale. The price is $5 a set. Let me know if you would like to buy any of the sets by e-mailing me.

Monday, August 17, 2009

Here is another layout that I made for my 4th Annual Scrapbook Event. I created my own template for the tree trunk and used the scalloped circle punch for the leaves. The alphabet set is retired unfortunately, but I used it anyway because I pretty much used up all of my non-retired letter stamps on other pages and I hate repeating myself. If I could have, I would have made the red circles look like apples but I thought it would have just taken to much time! I liked the way it turned out. Let me know what you think! Thanks for looking!

Friday, August 14, 2009

Card Tin Organizer

Here is my card organizer. Sorry for the retired DSP, but I have a lot of it and wanted to use it! I made this for a friend's birthday. A few weeks ago I also made one for customers who placed $75 or more in orders. I forgot to take photos! A good reason to make another don't you think? Plus I was in a card making frenzy after convention! Here is a shot to show what the dividers look like. All I did was color the words with markers and them punch them out with the oval punch. Here is a closer shot of the tag. I love it! I used the crop o' dial to punch holes on each side of the tin. I ran ribbon through and tied knots at the end for the handle. Yes...I love the fact that it can be carried anywhere! So let me know what you think. Is it genius or what? Well okay, maybe not a masterpiece per se but I love it :)

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

One Happy Family

Here is a double page layout that I created for my 4th Annual Scrapbook Event. I do one big scrapbook event a year. Everyone that attends, completes 10 double page layouts over the course of two days. I used the Friends 24-7 stamp set. I also used a sentiment from a book that is full of titles and sentiments used for scrapbooks. I thought it went well with the page and printed the sentiment out on my printer. I did have to use the Stamp a Majig for the stamped page on the right. It took some time, but it was well worth it. I wanted to used colors that matched the cardstock but at the same time, I wanted to use scraps too! This is how it turned out. I also used the Lovely Letters stamp set for the title. Thanks for looking!