I am excited to to share with everyone the Mom & Me for Tea projects that Moms are invited to make with their children at the end of the month (check out my Events Calendar).
Everyone is sure to have fun stamping, using the paper punches, and trying the Big Shot. Aren't these just darling??
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On the left is the tea folder which holds two tea bags, at the back is an all-purpose card, on the right is a Mothers Day card, and at the front is a peite paper purse.
The projects feature the Tea Shoppe stamp set in the Occassions Mini catalogue, and Summer Smooches designer series paper, both only available until the end of April. Let me know if you can make it.
The gorgeous Stampin' Up fabric has been calling my name. I answered by creating a fabulous reversible tote. I have used the tote for EVERYTHING! For a grocery bag, a purse, for a toy and snack bag for the car, and (of course) for bringing my Stampin' supplies with me wherever I go. Check it out:
Did I mention that it is reversible?! This is the same bag - so versatile and so irresistable.
This tote I made with the Flirtatious designer series fabric. I will tell you that the hardest part of making the tote was deciding which of the ten designer series fabric collections to choose.
I plan to make many more of the totes (Actually, I'm thinking one of each of the different fabric collections). They are just so darn handy and will make great gifts.
I am happy to share my pattern and show others how easy these are to make too. Go to my calendar pageto see
when my next class is. Or gather together a few friends and I will do a class just for you.
I truly enjoyed my first Stampin' Up! get-together last evening. I was thrilled that so many friends and family members were able to come and check out all my new goodies. We had quite a diverse crowd, from forever scrapbookers to dedicated card-makers, to digital designers, to absolute newbies. It was great!
Everyone had a chance to make a card and then chose whether to make an additional card or a 6x6 scrapbook page. We used lots of bright spring colours in our projects in order to bring in that warm weather feeling. We had so much fun trying all the new tools and techniques like punching, heat embossing, blender pens, the Big Shot, and of course lots of stamps and inks! We even made spring cookies with the cookie press - gotta keep those crafters well-nourished you know.
Fun was had by all, myself definitely included. It was such a relief doing my first party with good friends and family, who were interested, engaged, and helpful. A big shout out to all who came - THANK YOU!
Here is one of the springy cards we made:
Daffodil delight, tempting turquoise, and old olive cardstock; rich razzleberry pattern paper; Upsy Daisy Stamp set; Old olive and Versamark ink; Embossing powder; Bakers twine