Saturday, November 29, 2008
Just came back from the craft fair and I'm very tired. My sister Cindy came from RI to help out and to add to the table. We had a good day and thought it was a good learning experience. Now we know what to expect and next year we'll be prepared. I hope you all had a good Thanksgiving and are ready to begin the holiday shopping!
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Friday, November 21, 2008
Here are a couple of the trivets I've done for next weekends craft fair. I think these came out great and I hope they will be a big hit. I used the Glassy Glaze Enamel on them and they have the feeling of embossing. I have coasters to match and will try to post pictures of them soon. Have a great Friday!
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Crazy For Cupcakes
I made this card for my good friend Anna. I had to take a picture of it before sending it off in the mail. I don't think she'll see it here before it reaches her, but if you do Anna, just be surprised when it comes in the mail! The stamp set is Crazy for Cupcakes, the card stock is Elegant Eggplant, Pretty in Pink, Whisper White and Kiwi DP. Basic Black ink and Stampin Pastels ( one of my favorite products). The 5/8" ribbon is Certainly Celery. Have a great Tuesday!
Friday, November 14, 2008
I love this card. It's from one of my favorite sets, "Loads of Love". You can do so much with that set. This is a card we made at Marylyn's workshop. The ribbon is from the Holiday Mini catalog, 1 1/4" Riding Hood Red/Very Vanilla. We used vintage brads for the wheels, Not sure if you can tell by the picture. If you'd like to make this card all you need is Riding Hood Red card stock, Whisper White card stock, Old Olive card stock, Real Red classic ink, Always Artichoke classic ink, Basic Black classic ink, blender pens, vintage brads, ribbon, and dimentionals. Go to my Stampin' Up! web site and shop on-line! Have a great Friday!
Thursday, November 13, 2008
So here is a card we made at Susan's workshop. It came out pretty good and everyone loved using the heat tool for the silver embossing powder! Lots of fun!! The card is Bashful Blue card stock, Not Quite Navy, and Certainly Celery. After folding the card we then cut off an 1" strip on the side. Used Versa Mark with the "Season of Joy" stamp set, Silver Embossing powder and finally tied a knot of Certainly Celery 5/8" grosgrain ribbon aroung the card. What do you think? If you're interested in these products for your Christmas card, go to my Stampin' Up! web-site at missy.stampinup.net and go to the Shop Now tab to purchase these or any product and it will be delivered straight to YOUR door!
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
First day at this blogging thing. I'm trying to work out all the kinks. Bear with me, I'm not very computer savvy. I'll try to post a picture of a card soon... I'm working on some projects for a craft fair and I might be able to upload those pictures too...maybe