Archives for April 2015

Retiring products from Stampin’ Up!

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Things Retiring at Stampin’ Up!

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Marker to Stamp technique video

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Flower Pot Card

 

 Materials needed:

Card stock your choice in color

Trimmer

Scissors

Ribbon

Rhinestones

Flower punches your choice

Scalloped punch

Glue dots

SNAIL

Rhinestones

Instructions:

1. Cut card stock ( I used chocolate chip) 8 1/2″ x 3 1/2″. And then score with the long side at the top at 3 1/2″ & 6 1/2″. Fold score lines.

2. With 3 1/2″ score line folded up put it on the trimmer and cut diagonally from the 3″ mark at the top and the other point at the bottom at 1/2″ mark. Repeat for the other side making sure the 3″ is at the top. Punch the front flap with the scalloped boarder punch and then tie ribbon oround that flap secure with a glue dot in the back.

3.Next cut the inside piece at 3 1/2″ x 6″ and then cut off the two bottom sides just like you did the pot 3″ at top to 1/2″ at the side point. Make sure it fits in your pot. Put in pot and so you know the part that is in the pot will be the part you write your greeting on.

4.Punch out 5 or six flowers from the flower punch and DSP.  Adhere them to the base of the card, add leaves to fill in the spaces you can see thought to. And then add rhinestones to the middle of the flowers.

ENJOY!

(Kathy M. ( Thanks Kathy).

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Stamping with embossing folders

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HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE!

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