Thursday, December 30, 2010

Here comes a New Year!

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Hi, stampers!  I bet you thought you wouldn't see me again this year.  It has been way too long.  Well, I have been busy and the holidays were hectic, but I have been creating today since I am home.  I am working on calendars today.  I made this one for my upline.  I thought it turned out SO cute!  I just love the Springtime Vintage paper that will be available in the Occasions Mini Catalog beginning Jan 4.  It is so pretty!!!  I also used the Build a Blossom punch to make the flower.  Oh and one of the Big Buttons in the Springtime Vintage Collection.  The final touch was to monogram it with Monogram Sweet for that personal touch.

Here is a picture of the back.  I again used the Springtime Vintage DSP for the background.  Then I decorated it up with the stamp set Hello Again that you will be able to earn for FREE when Sale-a-Bration starts January 25th.  How great is that?!?  I also used the small oval and the scalloped oval punches as well as the builder wheel Posy Party.

I have a feeling that we will be making these in January.  If you would like to make one, I do have a couple of spots open in my club.  We meet on the afternoon of the second Sunday of each month.  Just think!  You could order the supplies to make this and get the stamp set used on the back for free!  Ask me how it works!

Until next time (and I'll try to make it less time between) remember, if I can stamp, you can, too!

Friday, November 26, 2010

Christmas Stamp-a-Stack

Hi, Stampers.  I am gearing up for a post Thanksgiving Stamp-a-Stack.  If you are unfamiliar with that term, it is where you gather and stamp about a dozen cards.  A pretty good stack, eh?  I thought I'd give you a little preview of the cards we will be making this weekend.  We will make 2 each of 6 designs.  Doesn't that sound like a lot of fun?  If you are in the OKC metro and would like to come, the info is on my website at  Now, on to the cards!

Well, that's it for now.  Until next time, remember, if I can stamp, you can, too!

Monday, November 22, 2010

Blog Cany Winner

Thank you to everyone that stopped by this weekend.  I appreciate all your kind words.  I wish I could give all of you a gift, but unfortunatly, I am not independently wealthy yet.  Ha ha! 

Okay, I know you are dying to know who the winner was. 

Min: 1

Max: 12



Patrice H said...

What a cute idea, I like the marshmallows on the outside! Really cute. I know the receiver of this little gift will be warmed inside and out. Sure I'm in for some blog candy.

Patrice, please email me at tabray at sbcglobal dot net with your snail mail address and I'll get your candy in the mail to you ASAP! 

I hope you all have a great week and a wonderfully thankful holiday.


Friday, November 19, 2010

SU Stars Holiday Blog Hop

Hello Stampers!  You may have just come from Amanda's blog, Stamp Vamps if you've been hopping from the beginning.  If not, you can start here and keep going.

I am have two projects to show you today.  They are very different from each other.  I hope you enjoy them both.  Let me know which one is your favorite and and you just might get some BLOG CANDY!  That's right!  On Sunday I will pick one of your comments at random and you could win a stamp set!  Just leave a comment by 5pm Sunday, Nov 21 and you could be the winner of the stamp set Picture This.  I will announce the winner no later than 7 am on Monday Nov 22.

Now on to the projects!

First up, a very vintage style Christmas card.
I started with a cardbase of Crumb Cake, added some Deck the Halls DSP and an image from Bells and Boughs that I water colored.  The sentiment is from the same set and is punched out with our new Designer Label Punch.  I sponged the edges of both of these pieces with both Cherry Cobbler and Crumb Cake.  It still needed some dressing up, but what ribbon to us?.  I wasn't happy with any of them, so I took some of our 5/8 inch Satin Ribbon in Vanilla and sponged it with both Crumb Cake and Cherry Cobbler.  I'm happy with how this card turned out, even though vintage is often a hard style for me.

My next project is much more contemporary.  It is a cute little cocoa packet that my upline, Connie Stewart, showed me how to make. 
I started off with a Whisper White envelope that I sealed and cut off one end.  I stamped the large portion all over with Baja Breeze ink and the snowflake stamps from our Northern Hearts level 1 Hostess set.  I sponged the little piece all over with Baja Breeze.  I then stamped the snowman image from our Tags Till Christmas set on some Whisper White and punched it out with the Scalloped Circle Punch.  Don't you just love punches?  I ran the envelope through my crimper, added a packet of cocoa, put the little end back on and attached the snowman image.  Then I tied a bow out of the Whisper White organza ribbon, one of my favorites!  Now, what is hot cocoa with out some marshmallows?  I tucked a few mini marshmallows into a test tube, cut a small slit in the side of my envelope and tied it on with another length of organza ribbon.  Isn't it darling?

That's all for me.  Now off you go to visit Loni at Loni's Life.  She's sure to have some more fabulous Christmas goodies!

Monday, October 25, 2010

Tiny Little Invitations and Birthday Favors

Sorry I've been gone so long.  I have no good excuse, so I won't try to make one up.  :)

I have been working on my DD's birthday stuff.  She wanted some tiny little invitations that her friends could stick in a jeans pocket and this is what I came up with.  She chose the Pretty In Pink and Tempting Turquoise for colors.  We went with white as a neutral just so the colors would pop more.
 Here are the favors I made.  I think they are adorable!  I started with the Soap Holder that I found here.  I did  change it up a bit.  Made it a tad taller and made 2 smaller holes for test tubes.  I cut card stock at 6" x 1 1/2 " out of Whisper White and 10" x 3" out of Tempting Turquoise and Pretty In Pink.  Score the white piece along the long side at 1/4" and 1 1/4" and along the short side at 1/2", 1 1/2", 4 1/2", and 5 1/2".   Cut the narrow tabs off along the long side up to the second score line on each corner.  Punch 2 holes with the 3/4" circle punch.  Score the large piece at 1", 2", 6", 7".  Here is my next modification.  Score the
long "flap" at 1 1/2" to the second score line and cut one side off so it will hold a longer test tube.  Assemble your box and decorate as desired.  I used I {heart} Hearts and Punch Potpourri along with the Full Heart Punch and the Boho Blossoms punch.  I filled my test tubes with Sweet Tarts and Nerds. 

That's about it for today.  Come visit again soon and leave me some love (comments) cuz I love to hear from you.  Remember, if I can stamp, you can ,too!

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Cute Cones

I have been so busy that I have hardly had any time to play with my stamping supplies.  I did however finally have some time this afternoon and made a couple of cute cones.  I hope you can see in the pictures that this one is made with the Deck The Halls DSP.  They are pretty quick and easy and so much cuter n real life!  You should give them a try.  If you don't know how to make them, send me an email or give me a call!  Remember, if I can stamp, you can, too!  (Even if there's no stamping on the project!)

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Much later this week....

Here are some of the samples from the display boards at the Fort Worth Regionals.  Enjoy.


Sunday, September 19, 2010

Fall Regionals were AWSOME

Hi, Stampers!  I have been SO busy the past few weeks!  One of the reasons I was busy was that I was preparing for the Stampin' Up! Fall Regionals in Fort Worth, TX.  It was awesome!  We learned a lot, stamped a lot, laughed and talked and visited a lot, and swapped a lot.  My friend Gwyn and I stayed at the Sheraton and this is a picture of the water garden that is across the street from the hotel.  Can you see the people in the lower left hand corner.  That will give you some idea of just how big it was! 

We had such a great time.  I will post pictures of the display boards later this week.  Hope you have had a great weekend. 

Sunday, September 5, 2010

September Stamp Club Project

Yes, this month we are only having one project, but it's sure to be a favorite.  We are going to be making a mini accordion scrapbook.  You will have your choice of several selections of Christmas themed Designer Series Paper to choose for your cover.
Here is a picture of the scrapbook closed.  I think this one turned out pretty with out a lot of embellishment.  You could decorate it up however you like, though.  The ribbon tie is long enough to open the book so that it is fully extended.

I haven't decorated the inside yet either.  These would make great Christmas gifts.  Change the DSP and they would also make wonderful gifts for weddings, new babies, birthdays and Mother's Day.

If you aren't currently one of my Stamping Club members, we'd love for you to join us.  We're just starting a new round in September.  We meet once a month and generally make 2 or 3 projects.  Each person commits to ordering $25 in Stampin' Up! merchandise each month for 6 months and each person gets a turn to be the hostess and earn all the great hostess rewards.  It's a lot of fun and a great way to build your stamping and scrapbooking supplies on a budget.  If you're interested, send me an email or give me a call.  I'd be glad to visit with you about Stamp Club.

If you're not interested in Stamp Club but would still like to make this great project, I can do that, too.  I am going to be teaching this as a class on September 25th from 2-3:30.  The cost for this class is $10.  You can pay by cash, check or Paypal.  Your payment is your confirmation for the class. 

Until next time, remember, if I can stamp, you can, too!

Friday, September 3, 2010

No Longer MIA

Hi, Stampers!   I know!  I've been slacking.  Things have been hectic IRL.  Back to School, job, volleyball practice and games.  I'm sorry I've been neglecting you.  I hope you'll forgive me and still come visit.

I do have a card to share today.  I made this one for the fall regionls in Fort Worth on Sept. 11th.  If you're there, maybe we can swap!!
Isn't this a lovely fall or Thanksgiving card?

Stamps: Greenhouse Garden, Fabulous Phrases
Ink: Cajun Craze, Peach Parfait
Cardstock; Cajun Craze, Peach Parfait, Very Vanilla
Accessories:  Very Vanilla Satin Ribbon, Dazzling Diamonds, 2 Way Glue Pen

Greenhouse Garden is a great 2 step stamp set.  If you'd like to learn how to use 2 step stamps, send me an email.  I'd love to show you how!

Remember, if I can stamp, you can, too!

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

August projects

First up is a 6X6 scrapbook page.  I know this is something different for us, but it was really a lot of fun.  Try it, you might like it.
Next we have a matchbox with a sparkly vellum slide cover and some gorgeous DSP wrapped chocolates!  MMMM, what could be better?
And finally a refreshing card made with the hostess set, Because I Care.  This one is one of my favorites.  I thought a simple card in Pear Pizzaz and Whisper White with just a touch of Blushing Bride.
Yes, I noticed that I was on a green and blue kick this month.  It just seemed to work out that way and I'm please with all the projects.  I hope you like them, too.  If you'd like to join us and are in the OKC Metro area, send me an email or give me a call.  I'd love to stamp with you!

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Playing with leftovers

No, I don't mean playing with your food.  I meant playing with left over pieces from my project for a shoebox swap I am participating in this weekend!  What is a shoebox swap, you wonder.  Well, it is where a group a stampers each create a project, prep the materials and put it all in a shoebox to carry to the location where they all gather.  The shoeboxes are then passed around and everyone makes one of the projects.  If that sounds like fun to you, you need to contact me right away about joining my Stampin' Up! team!  We do all kinds of fun things like that.

Oh!  Some of you want to see what I did with my leftovers!  I had some Top Note die cuts left so I played with them and came up with this.
cardstock: Crumb Cake, Poppy Parade, Daffodil Delight, Concord Crush ink
accessories:  Daffodil Delight 1/8" taffeta ribbon, pearls

I got some of the new pearl accents and they are so pretty.  You get 50 each of 3 sized and 3 strips of connected pearls to make spacing a non-issue.  that is what I used around the bottom right edge of the Top Note,  If you can't see it very well, just click on the picture to make it bigger.

I hope you enjoyed seeing it as much as I enjoyed making it!  If you'd like to learn how to make beautiful cards and gifts yourself, I'd be glad to show you and your friends just how easy (and FUN) it is!  Give me a call or send me an email.  At least leave me a comment.  I'd love to hear from you!  Remember, if I can stamp, you can, too!

Monday, July 12, 2010

You should have been here!!!

We sure did have fun yesterday! I wish you could have been here. We stamped and visited and laughed. I just never did get this card where I was totally happy with it. Oh well, sometimes it just goes that way. At least the ladies liked it! It features 2 of our new In Colors, Pear Pizazz and Peach Parfait and Baja Breeze as well as the new clearlits! It is a fun design with the little "gift bag" on the front. I was inspired by a project my upline was working on.

The next project here uses our new Early Espresso and "new" Crumb Cake. It really is yummy! That is our new 1/8th inch taffeta ribbon in Early Espresso. It is to die for. I touched the edges of some of the flowers with the new Smooch Pearlized Accent Ink. It was a lot of fun to use!
This little item was my favorite. It uses more new colors! Poppy Parade, Daffodil Delight, and Marina Mist. It also uses the Hostess Level 2 Set called Punch Posies. What a lot of fun it is to play
with!!! Those little circles in the bag are peppermint patties that we decorated. What a yummy little gift to give someone!
Well I hope you had fun looking. Come stamp with us next month! We meet on the 2nd Sunday each month and we have a blast! Remember, if I can stamp, you can, too!

Saturday, July 10, 2010


Hey, all you OKC metro stampers, I am having my new catalog open house today from 10-2. Come see what's new and have a chance to purchase some retired items at great discounted prices! Give me a call for directions! 405-659-8473

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Pretty Paper

Hi, again stampers! Here is on of the other projects we made in my June stamp club. We have so much fun! If you are in the OKC metro and would like to join, just drop me a line. We'd love to have you. You can even "try it before you buy it" if you want to come one month to see if it's something you'd enjoy.
Back to the project. Once again I have retired cardstock since we did this in June. This technique is called polished stone (the background for the daisies) and we used reinkers to do it. Then we stamped the image from Upsy Daisy, added a mat of Perfect Plum and a little eyelet border of whisper white. The sentiment is from a new stamp set called Watercolor Trio. You can click on the picture to enlarge it. I hope you like it. Let me know. Everyone likes to hear sweet words of encouragment.
Well, that's all for today. Keep in mind that if I can stamp, you can, too. And don't forget to leave me a comment! :)

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Happy Birthday USA!

Happy 4th of July, Stampers! I know I've been MIA. I started a new day job and I have been pooped out after training all day. Hopefully, I am now all trained at work and can get back to what I love to do in my "off" time. Can you guess what that might be?LOL!
Do you have big plans for today or this evening? We are having BBQ and then going to watch fireworks at the local park. I sure hope it doesn't rain!
Here are some cute little table favors we made in stamp club last month. I kept these very simple do to time limits, but you could decorate it any way you wanted. I have some retired items on this one as it was made before the new catalog came out. The cute mini milk carton is Real Red and the flower is white tissue paper, the belly band and ribbon are now retired.
Have you seen the new catalog?!? If not, click on the picture of it in my sidebar. If you see something you can't live without, or even if you just want can order from my website 24 hours a day! Just go to and place your order.
Until next time, remember, if I can stamp, you can, too!

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Another swap from June.

Hello, Stampers! I finally know that everyone got this swap that I participated in for June. I was called Welcome Back Colors to celebrate returning/remaining In Colors. Did you know that some of the In Colors are sticking around and some of the old ones are coming back?!? Isn't that great news? They will actually be part of the core colors, so you will be able to find papers and embellishments to match! I'm really excited to have access to stuff to match Baja Breeze, Pacific Point and Riding Hood Red along with Melon Mambo, Soft Suede, Rich Razzleberry, Wild Wasabi and River Rock.
I got to peek at the new catalog and you are going to LOVE it!!! I have some sneek peek samples, but I can't find my camera. I know I had it Sunday morning 'cuz I thought about taking pics while my ladies were here. I didn't do that and now the camera has gone AWOL! I hope to find it soon! DH wasn't thrilled to know I can't find it.....
Until next time remember, if I can stamp, you can, too!

Monday, June 7, 2010


This is a double meaning title. First, I can finally get back on to post. Blogger was having some issues this weekend! Second, I can finally show you my second card (front) using Elements of Style. I made it for a swap and I think most everyone has there cards now.
Isn't it pretty? I stamped the image in Basic Black onto Very Vanilla cardstock. Then I colored it in with my Stampin' Write Markers. The leaves are Old Olive, the centers of the flowers are Summer Sun, and the roses are Real Red. The small flowers are just not colored in. I love that you eye sees them as a lighter color than the background. I distressed my image and mounted it on Basic Black cardstock and added some Real Red satin ribbon. I'll show you some of the cards I got in the swap later this week.
I hope the satin ribbon is in the new catty. I haven't seen one yet, but my sneek peek order should be here later this week. I'm SOOOO excited! I can't wait to make some coool stuff to sneak peek to you guys! Then I can show you all of it in July!
Ok. It is late and I started a new job today, so I'm off to beddy-bye. Remember, if I can stamp, you can, too.

Monday, May 31, 2010

Razzleberry Elements

Here is a simple card I made using the Elements of Style. It was so easy since it is monochromatic. I sent this card out as a RAK (random act of kindness).
Cardstock: Very Vanilla, Rich Razzleberry
Ink: Rich Razzleberry
Accessories: Very Vanilla satin ribbon, Champagne shimmer mist
It is hard to see the simmer in this picture, but if you click on the image it will enlarge and you should get a better idea of how pretty it is IRL. So shimmery!
Hope you are enjoying the long weekend. Don't forget that the Last Chance Lists come out tomorrow! If you see anything on the list that you can't live without, you should order it right away. All the accessories are as supplies last! Until next time, remember if I can stamp, you can, too!

Sunday, May 30, 2010

Tropical Invitation

Hi, Stampers! I know! I know! I haven't posted much lately. Life has been busy. End of school, sport practice, new job, anniversaries, and the list goes on.
Anyhow- last Saturday I had a workshop and this is what we made. It's a cute little pocket card invitation. I used the cute little coconut drink image from the Tropical Party stamp set.
The cardstock colors are Very Vanilla, Brilliant Blue (bye bye Brilliant Blue) and Bashful Blue. The ink colors are Brilliant Blue and Basic Brown (bye bye Basic Brown). I also used the Brilliant Blue Stampin' Write Marker and some Very Vanilla satin ribbon, some hemp twine and the scalloped circle punch.
In case you didn't know, the bye bye's were because Stampin' Up! is having a color renovation in July. Many colors are retiring to make room for a fresh updated pallet to choose from.
If you don't have a Stampin' Up! demonstrator and would like more information about our new colors, drop me a line. I"d love to help you with any questions. Until next time, remember, if I can stamp, you can, too!

Saturday, May 15, 2010

A week late, but hopefully not a dollar short!

Hi, Stampers! I know I haven't been as diligent posting on my blog as I should be. Life has been hectic. I have applied for a new position at my workplace, we have had major storms here in OK, and life in general has been busy!

Anyhow, I'm hoping to get back into the routine of things. Thanks for being patient with me.

The first card here is a graduation card for my nephew. He is now finished with high school and entering the world of adulthood! What an exciting time. I wish him the best in his new adventure!

This next card is for my cousin's birthday. We are all meeting tomorrow at a local Chinese restaurant for a surprise birthday party for her! She hasn't ever had a birthday party so I'll be she will really be surprised! Her brothers and sister will be there and her children and grandchildren, my parents (her's have gone on) and my sister and me. I bet we have a great time.

I hope each of you have an enjoyable and productive weekend. I will try to post again very soon. Until then, remember, if I can stamp, you can, too!

Sunday, May 2, 2010

I'm baaaa-aaack!

Well the craft fair is behind me now. It was a lot of fun and I met some really great people! I even cleared a few dollars. Woo hoo! Now I'm going to try to get back into the swing of things and keep you folks entertained at least once a week.
Here's a little card I came up with after looking at Stamping 411's sketch challenge for this Saturday. I'm not sure I'm totally happy with the colors, but the Bermuda Bay looks so tropical and water-like and the Sahara Sand looks like, well, sand. LOL I'm just not sure about the Old Olive. The Pumpkin Pie is OK, but maybe too dark on top of the Bermuda Bay. I really wanted the palm trees from the new Island Oasis DSP from the summer mini.
It is also one of the things my gals will be making next weekend. We usually meet on the afternoon of the 2nd Sunday, but since it is Mother's Day, we are meeting on Saturday morning. If you are in the OKC metro area and would like to come, send me an email and I'll let you know where I am. We'd love to have you join us!
Let me know what you think of the color combo on this card. I'd really like some opinions. Until next time, remember that if I can stamp, you can, too!

Sunday, April 18, 2010

More Craft Fair Projects

I know I've been pretty quiet lately, which my DH would tell you is unusual, but I've been busy! Here are some projects that are ready to go to the craft fair. I bet you guys will be happy when that is over. I'm starting to feel that way, too! Free time?!? No! Getting ready for the craft fair. It will so be worth it, though! I'm pretty happy with the progress I've made. See?
The scratch pad holder is from Connie Stewart. She made a great template for it. I topped it with a rose made from the Ornament Punch. The DSP and color are retired, but will be returning in July!
The other picture is my beautiful bouquet of bookmark/paper clips. Aren't they purty! The displays they are on are simply a pop corn box and a pop tart box covered in DSP with a center divider made of cardstock.
Well, Stampers, I'm beat! I think I will take an hour or so to have some family time. Until next time, remember, if I can stamp, you can, too!

Late Night Stampers Pre Convention Fun!!!

Going to Stampin' Up! Convention 2010 in Salt Lake City, Utah? ... think about this :)

Prizes, prizes, and more prizes!!!!
Late Night Stampers... WANTS YOU!!!
If you are going to Stampin' Up! Convention this year, 2010, consider going early. Join the Late Night Stampers -- which is FREE! -- and join us at the following pre-Convention events. Love them!
Learn more about joining HERE or copy and paste:
Plan to attend Stampin Up Convention 2010 with us on July 21-24, 2010 at Salt Lake City, Utah!

OUR LNS events start on Monday July 19th and end on Saturday July 24th with Patsy's WOW
event after convention is over.

$180 gives you the "I want it all package"
or you can pick from the events below

Send your payment to using pay pal
or mail a check to
Sherrill Graff
605 Kendrick Place
Boulder City NV 89005
if you are sending a check e-mail me and let me know so I can hold your spot.

Monday July 19th will be a 8:30 AM stamp camp 8 great projects $90 FULL
we supply everything except adhesive
Monday Stamp Camp projects are the same on both days

Monday 2 PM shoe box swap $35 OPEN
please bring a project to share with 6 people and a finished project to enter into the contest

Monday Night 7 PM WOWevent by Tami $10 OPEN we need 3 more wow demonstrators to show their stuff. please e-mail ASAP
bring your camera and a note pad
the WOW demonstrations are different on both days.
all at the Radisson

Tuesday July 20th will be a 8:30 AM stamp camp 8 great projects $90 OPEN

followed by a Tuesday 2 PM shoe box swap $35 FULL
please bring a project to share with 6 people and a finished project to enter into the contest

then the Tuesday Night 7 PM Reunion party 3 fun projects$35 FULL
we supply everything except adhesive all at the Radisson

Wednesday July 21 Anything New Swap 75+1 at the Radisson behind Convention on sign in day

Wednesday Sign In Day 2pm-4pm Shoe Box Swap Hosted by Mary and Brenda $35 OPEN
please bring a project to share with 6 people and a finished project to enter into the contest
at the Radisson

then a Saturday July 24th 6 PM WOW event by Patsy $10 OPEN
bring your camera and a note pad
at the Radisson
the WOW demonstrations are different on both days.

All events have prizes and give-a-ways.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Happy Tuesday!

Here is the bonus project we did on Sunday afternoon in Stampin' Club. I decided we needed to monkey around while we still could. This adorable little gift card holder was totally cased from Patti Chesky who has an awesome video tutorial for it on her blog here. I, of course changed colors and stamp sets since hers was for Christmas. I thought it turned out really cute and the ladies loved it. If you love it, especially that ornery little monkey, you'd better get the stamp set Fox and Friends soon! It is only available through the end of this month and then it will be gone forever. If you'd like to shop on my website, just click here and go to shop now!

Here's another project I've been working on. It's those cute pansies made from the butterfly punch that I've seen popping up all over web-land.
I thought they needed a nice flower pot home, so I put them into a flowerpot card. What a great idea for a Mother's Day card. It's right around the corner, so it isn't too early to think about getting those cards ready! I'm sure it would made a great graduation card, too.

Well, that's it for me tonight. Mornings have been coming all to early lately! That craft fair is looming closer and closer! Sleep well and have inky dreams. Remember, if I can stamp, you can, too!

Friday, April 9, 2010

I'm still here

Sorry I've been away so long. I've really been busy getting ready for the craft fair I'm participating in at the end of this month. Of course everything is taking much longer than I anticipated. Enough of that!

I'm here to show you what we will be making in my club meeting on Sunday afternoon.
An easel card with Vintage Vogue in our lovely Rich Razzleberry and an altered memo book covered with colored Bride DSP. There will also be a bonus project that I have not yet designed as I was waiting for the Man in Brown. He finally came last night, so I have to get busy this evening and get that one done!! I you would like to join us and you are in the OKC metro area, email me for time and directions at I'd love to have you join us!
I will try to make the time to post our "bonus" project. Until then, remember if I can stamp, you can, too!

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Box O'Cards for SSC143 and LNS Challenge 62

As most of you have heard, I am trying to get ready for a craft fair. I also wanted to be able to play along in a couple of challenges. I managed to combing two challenges with a project perfect for the craft fair! I made a box of all occasion cards. It was fun. I hope you like them, too. You can click on any image to make it bigger.

There are four cards and an adorable box. I tried to get a good picture of the front and the side of the box so you could see it. I think it still needs some additional embellishments, but I'm not just sure what. What do you think? Should it say "Cards?" Should it have butterflies?
I could really use some input here, and I know you are just the ones to give me good information! Till next time!
I guess I forgot to give some info on the project. I used the bold bright cardstock along with whisper white, Happy Moments stamp set (free with a $50 purchase-ask me how) and our great Stampin' Write Markers to color the images. The flowers were made with tissue paper stamped in Pixie Pink with the Fine Flourish stamp and it is all tied up with white organza ribbon.