Archives for July 2014

Q & A

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How do you keep track of your supplies and know what you have?
You should keep like items together, like markers with markers, punches with other punches and so on. Then you can make these handy little swatches that you can take shopping with you or keep it near the items.

For the embossing folders:
I just cut 2×3 inch pieces of card stock , embossed each one with all the folders I have, punched holes in them and put a ring on it.

For the punch one:
I cut 3×4 pieces of card stock put a hole in it and a ring. Then I punched out all my punches in black and adhered them to the cards. On some of them I put the size and the name.
I hope this help you all get a little organized and just remember you can do this for all your supplies.
ENJOY,

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Deals of the week at Stampin’ Up

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Big Shot

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A great saying I heard today.

Tell your husband or boy friend not to make fun of or criticize your choices. After all he is one of them.

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Hamburger box die

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Hamburger Box
Materials needed:
Big shot
Hamburger box die
Doily
Flower punch out, mine was from the blossom punch
Rhinestones
Large butterfly from the butterfly die
Night of navy card stock
Scraps of daffodil delight, and Mellon mambo
Tombo multi-purpose glue
Snail
Glue dots
Bone folder

Instructions:
1 Run the hamburger die through the big shot and assemble it using tombo multi-purpose glue. If you need help assembling, you can check out the video on my blog XL hamburger die at www.bjstampingtreasures.com
2. Add the doily with snail, and punch out your flower and curl the edges with a bone folder.
3. Add the flower to the doily and put on a button with a glue dot.
4. Take a piece of window sheet and cut it at 1/2 x 4 inches.attach the butterfly you just cut from the butterfly die to one end of the window sheet. Then with the other end fold the window sheet about 3″ down to the back and then about 1″ to the front. Adhere the end to the box with a glue dot, then put a glue dot on the next section and glue down. The butterfly will look like it is floating, add rhinestones to the middle of the butterfly and you ate done. ENJOY!

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This weeks deals at Stampin’ Up!

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Im So Proud of You Card

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Materials needed:
Black card stock cut 8 1/2 x 5 1/2
Whisper white card stock cut 4 x 5 1/2
Ink pads in real red, p
umpkin pie, daffodil delight, old olive, pacific point and raspberry ripple.
1″ circle punch
Snail adhesive
Fun flower punch
Work of Art stamp set
Sweet stuff stamp set
Trimmer
Scissors
Dimensionals

Instructions:
1 . Fold piece of black card stock in half to form base of the card, and set aside.
2. With the stamp that looks like a ray from a rainbow and is from the work of art stamp set. Ink it up in each color of the rainbow, stamping on the piece of whisper white individually to make a rainbow.
3. Stamp the saying “I’m so proud of you” from “Sweet stuff stamp set” in the corner of the card. Then punch out 6 of the fun flower punches and cut of one petal of each color. Arrange the petals to look like the flower again and adhere the 1″ circle in yellow on top. Make a smiley face on the circle and add the flower to the bottom right of the card with a dimensional.
4. Adhere the whisper white piece to the black card and you are done.
ENJOY!

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Oh Boy what a Day

Oh boy what a day, so busy today it is not even funny. Spent the day cleaning, started my newsletter, paying bills, working on scheduling classes for BJ Stamping Treasures and work, posting to social media and more, Finally starting to relax and I am still working, posting this to my blog. We’ll hope you all had a good day!

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Stampin’ Up’s! 2014 Convention

I wish I were there, maybe next year.

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Weekly Deals at Stampin’ Up!

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