Archives for August 2014

Gift Card Die

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WOW, I hope you all have seen it, there are awesome ideas and products in it. If you have not gotten yours yet, contact me at [email protected] or go to my website at


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I love this video of these boxes

Watch and see how easy they look to make.

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This weeks deals at Stampin’ Up!


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Some days it is hard for me to get my creative motivation in gear. This is one family that motivates me in their creativity and artistic aility. My sister and her boys take art classes at Wild Vine Studios in Southbridge MA.
Here are a few pictures if the.
Awesome job you guys!




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Thinking of You Window Card


Materials needed:
Night of navy card stock cut 8 1/2×5 1/2
Whisper white card stock cut 5 1/4 x 4
Soft sawed card stock cut 4 x 1 3/4
Chocolate chip card stock cut 4 x1/2″
Night of navy stitched ribbon
Ink pads in daffodil delight, night of navy, staton ink, and chocolate chip.
Hexagon punch
Hard wood stamp set
Work of art stamp set
Black and night of navy marker
Water brush

1.Fold piece of night of navy in half to form base of the card. On piece of whisper white stamp the curved stamp from work of art. You want to stamp at the top two times and several times on each side to form the curtains.
2. With the black marker make an + in the middle to form the window. Take the water brush and color in the windows with dafodil delight.
3. With piece of soft suede stamp the hardwood stamp I chocolate chip. Attach to the bottom of the card, then add the chocolate chip strip of paper to the top.
4. Color the night of navy ribbon with the night of navy marker. Tie two bows and add th corner of the cards on curtains.
5. Stamp a greeting on a piece of marina mist amd punch out with hexagon punch. Add to the card with dimensionals.

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The New Holiday Catolog

The new holiday catolog is here, get your now, just email me or call me at 414-203-5196 [email protected]
I can’t wait till you see it there are so many new holiday stamps, tools and new projects in it.


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Weekly deals at Stampin’ Up!


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T -shirt Card


Materials needed:
Black card stock cut 11×4 1/4
2- 2x2pieces of black card stock
Black card stock cut 1×4 1/4
Whisper white card stock cut 2×1″
Whisper white card stock cut 5 1/2×4 1/4
Scrap of whisper white card stock
Palm tree stamp
Black marker
Sponge daubers
Ink pads in dafodil delight, real red, pumpkin pie and Tempting turquoise.

1. Fold back card stock in half to form the base of the card. Take the two 2×2 squares and adhere them to the inside of the front flap of the card.
Set aside and on whisper white piece sponge on the inks starting with the blue at the top red at the bottom and the working up orange and then yellow. Cut out a little pocket and do the same with the inks. Stamp the palm trees so they come out from the bottom of the shirt. Take that piece and cut in half the long way so you have two pieces. Ink up one inside edge of the shirt front, then ink the edges of the pocket.
2. Take the small black piece and fold in both sides at an angle leaving two inches in the middle, add the small white piece over that and make two small slits on either side of the white. Take and put snail on the back and slip onto top of the card..
3. Adhere the two sides of the shirt down on the card overlapping the left over right hand sticking it under the collar. , make sure to adhere down the flaps of the collar. Add seven black candy dots down left side of the shirt.
Stamp a small sentiment on the pocket and adhere to the shirt with a dimensional. Then add a piece of whisper white to the inside and stamp another palm tree.
(Cased from Tami W.).

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Hamburger Box


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

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
Add the doily with snail, and punch out your flower and curl the edges with a bone folder.
2. Add the flower to the doily and put on a button with a glue dot.
3. 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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